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X-bit labs - A Secret Disclosed: AMD Sempron 3000+ for Socket 939 Review (770 words)
A possible release of Sempron processors in the Socket 939 form-factor was rumored since the very moment when AMD decided to transfer its value processor series to the progressive K8 architecture.
Following this transition, the Socket 939 platform will move down from the high-performance class into the entry-level sector, filling in the niche that is currently occupied by Socket 754.
About 10% of all Semprons based on the K8 architecture were made in Socket 939 packaging in the first half of 2005 to meet the demand of leading PC suppliers and this percentage has grown up more by today, of course.
RFC 939 (rfc939) - Executive summary of the NRC report on transport proto (4297 words)
The U.S. standards organizations are RFC 939 February 1985 Executive Summary of the NRC Report Transport on Protocols supporting TP-4 in international operations, and the Department of Commerce is proposing TP-4 as a Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) for use by all federal agencies.
RFC 939 February 1985 Executive Summary of the NRC Report Transport on Protocols Thus, while existing applications may need to be modified somewhat if moved from TCP to TP-4, new applications can be written to use either protocol with a similar level of effort.
RFC 939 February 1985 Executive Summary of the NRC Report Transport on Protocols Option 3 Under the third option the DOD would continue using TCP as the accepted transport standard and defer any decision on the use of TP-4 indefinitely.
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