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Actually I found my source to the 4.0Ghz Core.
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A 4.0Ghz Core is like a 8Ghz P4 holy ****
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AMD is honestly not looking to hot right now. Might just lose business for YEARS.
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AMD is honestly not looking to hot right now. Might just lose business for YEARS.
Doubt it. Even with Intel complete takeover in recent months. AMD continues to gain market share in the desktop and mobile sector. The only place that Intel is gaining is the server market.
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AMD is honestly not looking to hot right now. Might just lose business for YEARS.
Intel could afford that, AMD couldn't! Give them a few months and you'll see 8 ghz Athlon AM2's, which is like 12 ghz p4's
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But a 8ghz A64 would still pwn a 12ghz P4.
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Intel could afford that, AMD couldn't! Give them a few months and you'll see 8 ghz Athlon AM2's, which is like 12 ghz p4's
People seem to think that just because a company needs to produce something, that all th sudden they will. It is not that simple. AMD is not sitting around waiting for their business to be threatened to pop out a processor. Both AMD and Intel are creating processors that are the best they possibly can. Just because AMD can't afford to lose, doesn't mean they won't.

And who cares about P4's?
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People seem to think that just because a company needs to produce something, that all th sudden they will. It is not that simple. AMD is not sitting around waiting for their business to be threatened to pop out a processor. Both AMD and Intel are creating processors that are the best they possibly can. Just because AMD can't afford to lose, doesn't mean they won't.

And who cares about P4's?
True, but I doubt AMD will die any time soon. Their processors are after all, very good. I mean seriously, Intel has a jump on them right now, but the Athlon 64 line has been milked for a while now; Intel hasn't had anything to rival them until the C2D, and that could all change real quick. Intel isn't ahead of the game: they just now caught up with AMD. So they need another generation of chips before AMD can be said to be behind them
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While I see Intel's big push to get back on top with new processor designs and new processes, I think they may be doing all of this a little too soon. This might actually piss off a lot of people because the C2D that just came out last month is now no longer the top dog since the C2D Quad is out. Now they're saying that 45nm is coming up within another 6 months or so. I don't like it when I buy something to find that it has no longer retained it's top notch status a couple of months after the purchase. I might feel a bit better if I had a year, but a couple of months?!!?!

Or, people who are waiting a bit before upgrading because of this crazy push by Intel will find themselves waiting for a long time since it seems like Intel is not slowing down at all. Makes me wonder how much steam they really have. They have to run out sometime......
    
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While I see Intel's big push to get back on top with new processor designs and new processes, I think they may be doing all of this a little too soon. This might actually piss off a lot of people because the C2D that just came out last month is now no longer the top dog since the C2D Quad is out. Now they're saying that 45nm is coming up within another 6 months or so. I don't like it when I buy something to find that it has no longer retained it's top notch status a couple of months after the purchase. I might feel a bit better if I had a year, but a couple of months?!!?!

Or, people who are waiting a bit before upgrading because of this crazy push by Intel will find themselves waiting for a long time since it seems like Intel is not slowing down at all. Makes me wonder how much steam they really have. They have to run out sometime......
That's what has really been a turn down to me; I don't want to spend money on something that is obsolete in only a few months. I buy computer parts in the sense that they should last me at LEAST one year, while doing everything that I need them to do just fine. I don't play games on 3200x2400 (exaggeration) with 32x AA and 64xAF. I don't need that kind of power, but why should I spend $150 on a processor that will be half the speed of the one coming out in a few months? Endless cycle.
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