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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RE[3]: AMD markup madness
by abraxas on Wed 17th May 2006 13:15 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: AMD markup madness"
abraxas
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2005-07-07

Of course the informatation from Amd.com would never be wrong lol, I smell fan boys not realists.

So you're claiming that AMD is lying in their specifications? Do you have any evidence to back that up?

btw the socket 754 Seperon is still only sse2, the a-socket is worse using sse.

BTW the SSE3 instruction set is not the end all be all of performance. I would rather have an overall faster, better thermally designed, higher memory bandwith cpu than a piece of junk with SSE3.

It's funny that even without SSE2 on the AthlonXP, it still wiped the floor with Pentium4s and then when SSE3 came out and AMD64s didn't have support for it they still wiped the floor with Pentiums.

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