AMD's chipset roadmap has been updated by a new slide that emerged today on the Web. According to it, the company will delay the RD890, RS880 motherboards with SB800 chipset, as well as the
mainstream AMD 760G IGP. It looks like the Sunnyvale chip manufacturer will add DDR3 support to its 790 FX and SB750, and it also plans to relaunch the chips at the beginning of 2009. The AMD 760G IGP mainstream chipset was originally slated for a Q4 2008 release.
The existing high-end duo of 790 FX and SB750 supports AM3 sockets and Advanced Micro Devices plans to relaunch them in the first half of the next year, by the time its AM3 chips should also appear. It is worth noticing that 790 FX comes with support for HyperTransport 3.1 links, which can offer interconnect bandwidths of up to 6400 MT/s to the processor.