Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th May 2006 22:43 UTC
AMD AMD confirmed details of its "Next Generation Processor Technology" today, but it's really business as usual for the company. As AMD heads to four-core country, the company will continue to improve the bandwidth of its processor package, tweak memory and rely on help from partners to compete with an upcoming line of revamped chips from Intel.
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Dual-core, quad-core, in a couple of years, we'll be talking about 10-core units. I just have two questions, dear friends, has software caught up with these new technological developments, taking advantage of these multiple cores? And are we finally going see a drop in price in this things? AMD used to be the "cheap/affordable" choice in CPUs. I walked into a computer store and saw how AMD's chips were more expensive than Intel's dual-core chips!

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