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Friday, 21 September 2007 10:42

AMD counters Intel on Youtube

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Did anyone notice?

 

AMD has gone onto Youtube in a bid to counter Paul S. Otellini's keynote to the Intel Developer Forum.

VP of Advanced Marketing, Patrick Moorhead went onto YouTube to show what he claimed was the graphic superiority of an AMD mainstream based PC versus and Intel one.

Intel has announced a new graphic driver for its G965. Moorhead claims that Far Cry, Shadowrun and Sims 2 on an one Intel-based and one AMD-based computer show AMD is better.

According to ComputerWorld, AMD is thinking of using the video sharing site as a marketing tool.

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