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AMD replaced the 8 core processors montreal by the six-core processors istanbul, then this company will present the magny-Cours processors with twelve core. This Last, will be the assembled by two six-core processors sao paulo.


But why AMD decided to reduce the number of core from eight to six ? , we could only surmise. One of the reasons is completely intelligible - six-core processor will have a smaller crystal area, and therefore they will be cheaper than the 8 core processor, produced on analogous technology. If we consider that AMD is assembled to pass on 45 nm technical process up to 2010 , this is an important factor for the company .

The second reason for passage from the 8 core processors to the the six-core lies purely on the ideological level. Intel company will present its six-core processor unnington with single chips already in the present year. AMD then will propose similar products with the same quantity of core and single chip layout, released on 45 nm technology.



In addition, according to AMD opinion , the productivity of many tasks can be well scaled with increase in the number of core to six pieces . With More than six cores , task simply will not be as effective .

In 2011 AMD company can present the 8 core and 6 core processors with the new sandtiger architecture , which will be released on 32 nm technology.
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If we consider that AMD is assembled to pass on 45 nm technical process up to 2010 , this is an important factor for the company .
Sorry what? Does this mean AMD aren't going to have 45nm tech until 2010?


Ah it's ok, i just looked at the diagram a little more closely.
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AMD has no future...
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AMD has no future...
Another pointless...and incorrect post.

Well done to you.

Anyway I think this is a good and steady looking roadmap for AMD. The gap between Intel and AMD could close up at any point during this roadmap..who knows.
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AMD has no future...
Well your not going to say that if Intel just start knocking up their prices by 25% for the next CPU and make it a 10% increase of performance.
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Bulldozer architecture? Even the name sounds awesome.
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Bulldozer was supposed to be an 09 release.. Bulldozer can truly mean something new and competitive. It's a shame it's so late.

I just hope they can get out Shanghai this year, at least as early as Nehalem, and that it can compete on some level. Otherwise the next years could be a very sad one-horse race.. If AMD can't keep up and compete Intel might as well prolong their tick-tock plan and we'll be the ones paying blood prices for old tech, just like the old days.

The chart says DDR2, at a time when Intel has already begun the transition to DDR3, and when all their new chips from laptop to desktop, server and HPC will run on DDR3.. Seeing as Cray and perhaps other large system providers are going Intel, could this drive DDR2 prices up, like regular DDR is priced now?

I thought I read somewhere that Shanghai would have an IMC that would support both DDR2 and 3. I sure hope so for AMD's sake.
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I really want AMD to get back in the game. I hope they do soon.
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Or if Intel locks overclocking options on their chips as is rumored with some Nehalem cpu's.
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Well your not going to say that if Intel just start knocking up their prices by 25% for the next CPU and make it a 10% increase of performance.
if that's the case...

microsoft has windows out for the PPC architecture and I'm all the willing to bet that IBM would be happy to sell a few billion CPUs to consumers.
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