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But you have no facts or evidence. This isn't a fairytale story, this is life. The business world is fast and deadly. There is no fairlytale ending for AMD. They will be bought out. That is their only chance at success. But do not expect much in the enthusiast market.

When has AMD ever heavily relied on marketing?

If the world was "simple as that," there would be a lot more billionaires.
Even if they are bought out they will be BACK with something. It's not like AMD is going to crawl up and die...

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Generally when one states "for a fact" there must be SOME fact behind it.
Yes there is fact behind it,, logical fact... AMD will not just die, if it did Intel would just be complete crap, not care and be a basic natural monopoly. AMD may not come out with the next c2d, or even the next Allendale but it will have something and that something will work and do tasks needed... People will still buy it and especially those diehard amd fanboys.

I personally want AMD around so Intel doesn't get to c0cky.

If it does die out and Intel becomes king they better have good tech and be reasonably priced...
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post #42 of 70
Logic does not always = fact.
You said it yourself,
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If it does die out
I am not saying I want AMD to die- but they are getting closer and closer every day... and with what they are promising showing bad results, there is a very good chance that Intel monopoly could happen... The prices on Intel Chips will be "Teh Suck".
    
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post #43 of 70
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Even if they are bought out they will be BACK with something. It's not like AMD is going to crawl up and die...



Yes there is fact behind it,, logical fact... AMD will not just die, if it did Intel would just be complete crap, not care and be a basic natural monopoly. AMD may not come out with the next c2d, or even the next Allendale but it will have something and that something will work and do tasks needed... People will still buy it and especially those diehard amd fanboys.

I personally want AMD around so Intel doesn't get to c0cky.

If it does die out and Intel becomes king they better have good tech and be reasonably priced...
Intel "becoming crap" is not fact for AMD releasing a great new product.

I own Intel stock. I have watched it climb from the $18 something I bought it at to the $24 something it is at today. I cannot wait for AMD to be bought out, when that happens my stock will sky-rocket.
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post #44 of 70
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... I thought this was a NEWS Thread ...

18 operations per cycle sounds realistic to me. AMD needs to bring back the competition! They currently own the low-end market (which is HUGE), now for the revolution! I would drop the FX name and get something schnazzy, like GP 2/4/8
sorry to rain on your parade, 18 ops/cycle is not likely, more like 15
    
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sorry to rain on your parade, 18 ops/cycle is not likely, more like 15
According to the released benchmarks, it is more like 10 ops/cycle.

But we all know ops/cycle is a variable.
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Right now AMD own the budget market, near enough. Intel has JUST released their Core 2 Celerons. A little too late IMO. AMD isn't going just yet!
    
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post #47 of 70
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Right now AMD own the budget market, near enough. Intel has JUST released their Core 2 Celerons. A little too late IMO. AMD isn't going just yet!
Where the money is at is the mid range desktop, laptops, and servers. Intel controls the laptops pretty well, the servers are more balanced but again controlled by Intel, and the desktops are favored to Intel as well.
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Where the money is at is the mid range desktop, laptops, and servers. Intel controls the laptops pretty well, the servers are more balanced but again controlled by Intel, and the desktops are favored to Intel as well.
Intel always will and always have though. They are a well known brand name. The uneducated will always opt for the more familiar brand when investing in computing equipment. However with companies like Dell shipping base units and laptops equipped with AMD processors at rediculously low prices, AMD will still be making those essential sales it need to stay afloat.
    
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AMD needs to develop a faster fsb instead of the 200mhz that AM2 is they should bump it to like 333mhz, then it would be able to combat C2D, but it cant just on core speeds alone
    
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AMD needs to develop a faster fsb instead of the 200mhz that AM2 is they should bump it to like 333mhz, then it would be able to combat C2D, but it cant just on core speeds alone
err....Intels has JUST released 1333MHz rated bus speed chips which means communication between the CPU and Memory Controller is 1333MHz.

In AMD's arcitecture the speed of the Memory bus between CPU and Memory is 2000MHz. Hyper Transport bus is typically 200MHz x 5 = 1000MHz DDR which is 2000MHz effective.
    
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