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Thursday, 12 April 2007 10:59

AMD about Intel's "quad core"

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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"AMD Innovates, Intel Duct-tapes"


We heard a cool comment from AMD about Intels Core 2 Quad marchitecture.  Talking about the Agena FX native Quad core someone at AMD claims dominance.

Read the whole thing we don’t want to damage the information. "Saying you’re the "World’s Best Processor" is one thing. Actually being the "World’s Best Processor" is another.

"AMD Innovates, Intel Duct-tapes" end of quote

The whole story is about the upcoming AGENA FX native quad core.


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