The roadmap also says AMD will launch three new 90nm Athlon 64 FX processors intended for 4x4 dual-processor systems "in time for Christmas." The chips will have FX-70, FX-72, and FX-74 model names and clock speeds of 2.6GHz, 2.8GHz, and 3.0GHz, respectively, all with 1MB of cache per core. These new processors will reportedly sell only in dual-CPU bundles that pop into the same sockets as AMD's new Opterons, suggesting 4x4 systems may be closely related to Opteron workstations. The roadmap doesn't list any prices, but AMD itself has said the cheaper 4x4 dual-CPU kits will cost "well under $1,000."
Finally, the roadmap says AMD will launch two new 90nm Sempron processors in October and three new 90nm Athlon 64 X2s in November. The new X2s will have 5400+, 5600+, and 6000+ model numbers and will run between 2.8GHz and 3.0GHz. Thanks to The Inquirer for the link.