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arstechnica: Can AMD survive Bulldozer's disappointing debut?

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http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/news/2011/10/can-amd-survive-bulldozers-disappointing-debut.ars
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Wish them well but doesn't look like at least for now.
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AMD will be fine, they have a good diverse product portfolio.
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They still have their GPU division. smile.gif
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