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AMD has begun its first revenue generating shipments of AMD64 processors from its new Fab 36 facility in Dresden, Germany. Fab 36 is currently producing 90nm processors on 300mm wafers -- 65nm sampling will start in the second half of 2006. The company is on track to shift the majority of Fab 36 production to 65nm by the middle of 2007. With the addition of Fab 36, AMD plans to double chip production output through 2008.
http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=1613

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hehe - do you think they have Intel Detection - and then the armed guards attack you if it beeps?

I bet ALL of those machines are running on 4800+ - they'll cost about 12 dollars to make

EDIT: Even though the 4000+ preforms better :/
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i seen the video of fab36 looks like a successful engineering station
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hehe - do you think they have Intel Detection - and then the armed guards attack you if it beeps?

I bet ALL of those machines are running on 4800+ - they'll cost about 12 dollars to make
It would be humorous if they had Intel processors in them....

Lol... corperate spying... a real threat. Just ask Lockheed Martin... Boeing stole tons of technology from them.
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hehe - do you think they have Intel Detection - and then the armed guards attack you if it beeps?

I bet ALL of those machines are running on 4800+ - they'll cost about 12 dollars to make

EDIT: Even though the 4000+ preforms better :/
LOL I bet it does cost about 12 dollars to make it then they put a huge price tag on it.
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LOL I bet it does cost about 12 dollars to make it then they put a huge price tag on it.
If you read the article, AMD is just now starting to make a revenue on the site... That means they are not making those proecessors for $12.
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and lets not forget the hundreds of millions that goes into research and development
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Its a shame that Intel owns most of the market because of Brands like HP, Dell etc
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Its a shame that Intel owns most of the market because of Brands like HP, Dell etc
Intel owns most of the market because AMD is rather small compared to them. If you didn't know AMD was a part of Intel. It is not Dell that makes Intel powerfull, it is the fact that they are a older company.
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Intel just has a deeper foot hold on the industry at this point in time (not to mention some devious business practices). The only reason Dell and other companies didn't use AMD is because AMD could not supply them with as many chips as Intel can. This new fab shop in Germany gives AMD the opportunity to make more chips now hence closing the gap on Intel and how many chips they can produce in a year. I actually see this facility actually puts us consumers in a good place because now that AMD can produce more chips in a given time span maybe the price of thier chips will drop a small margin (<---- Christmas wish).
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