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post #1 of 2 Old 04-24-2006, 04:23 AM - Thread Starter
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I take it this is the year for the big bang for the the chip makers. Now i don't know anything about the chip business but the automotive business you never buy the first year production. I guess I've never pay attention to the different waves of chip upgrades.I'm sure the chip stepping indicate the different series? of a particular die if it does what is the better way to go? first fresh off the die or give them time to work out some of the bugs?? Ive been thinking about dual core but I'm not sure how long to wait

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Well when it Comes to Cpu's at the Moment theres a huge Turn around Happening where for atleast a while Intel will be on top with there New Generation of Cpu's namely ''Conroe''. So it would be advisable to wait a little.

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