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[4]: AMD markup madness
by stormloss on Wed 17th May 2006 14:24 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: AMD markup madness"
stormloss
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2005-08-03

Well companies say one thing on specs and real world tests say another thing, as for evidence?
Your buy me Amd and Intel mobo and I will do a long term testing for you. haha.

SSE3 maybe not the be all of performance, but people using multi-apps, it gives them an better performance, some apps require sse2 and above.

I'm not talking about the over priced p4's but the "cheaper more power for buck" Cereron D.
I'm not a fan of P4's ether. But the P4 based Celeron is great for the money some of us that aren't rich.

Semprons are cripped Barton's, BTW I'm typing this on a AMD XP 2800. haha. I've stumble into a den of blind fan boys.

AMD don't carry the biggest bang for your buck anymore as they use too.

Edited 2006-05-17 14:27

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