Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Dec 2006 23:05 UTC
AMD "Last week, AMD showed off a working quad-core processor at an event in San Francisco. The company had promised a quad-core demo by the end of the year, and they did manage to deliver, even if all the audience saw was a Windows machine running task manager. Clearly, the silicon for their next-generation core microarchitecture, codenamed Barcelona (also popularly called 'K8L'), has a few kinks left to be worked out."
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by judgen on Wed 6th Dec 2006 23:53 UTC
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no they will not,if AMD reaches 25% intel will be stisfied, AMD will be satisfied. intel becuse they are not an monopoly an will not have tosplit their company. AMD is happy becaure 25% is their highest number ever since 486.
In any way when it get to differences amd and intel will work togehter (buy licenses) to make cisc better, and thus make it cheaper. Chen a chineese or indian producer can make a chip strongerthen ot is todaythey will carve a large market away from the usual system. i might be wrong but hey. im not wrong usually =P LoL

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