Linked by David Adams on Sat 31st Jul 2010 06:31 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems AMD plans to start shipping the USB 3-equipped chipset in the fourth quarter of 2010, beating Intel to the post. Intel hasn't announced its official plans for integrated USB 3 support yet, but various sources say it's not expected until we're well into 2011.
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RE[2]: Who says it's a race?
by Quake on Sun 1st Aug 2010 03:39 UTC in reply to "RE: Who says it's a race?"
Quake
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2005-10-14

Eh... no... if AMD continues on innovating, it will gain market-share.

And about ATI, Linux represents 1% or less of the desktop market-share. As it progresses, I'm sure the ATI's driver will get better.

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