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  • AMD shows some interesting things

    Yesterday AMD demonstrated, in the Comdex show, a prototype of the Opteron processor-based system running Microsoft's 64 Bit operating system, which uses Microsoft's 64 Bit IIS (Internet Information Server), which ...

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  • AMD is lowering prices and placing tough competition for Intel in low market segments

    AMD has now cut its processor prices, especially the prices of the Ethelon XP processors. Because AMD remains just one competitor to the high, low and middle market (Duron has been downgraded from production and development, as we reported to you here), though the Duron is still…

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  • Some good news for AMD fans ...

    A brief and joyous news to many of the new AMD 2700 + and 2800 + employees who are already ready to market at a starting price of approximately 410 $ (for the 2800 +), this new could not come at a better time for AMD to get it started…

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  • What is AMD for Intel?

    AMD can't do much more now than cut prices, which is exactly what it does, and in doing so, makes Ethelon XP a decent competitor to Intel's slon family with a clear price-performance advantage…

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  • AMD and Micron-0.09, deferred annually ...

    Another short piece of talk talks about AMD's 0.09 Micron technology, which, due to the rejection of various processors, also finds itself postponed for the second half of 2004, though the company has nothing to worry about in this area yet…

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  • AMD began to manufacture and deliver the XP 2600 Athlon XP processor

    Although there were many predictions that AMD would unveil today's 2600 Ethnon XP operating on the 333Mhz bass, there was no official announcement from the company today. According to a senior AMD company the company will simply start producing and delivering the processor without…

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  • AMD Athlon MP 2400 + will appear next week and expected price declines

    As we know AMD has a lot of problems increasing the core speeds of their Athlon processors. We know this by the fact that the Ethelon XP 2400 + processors, which were announced in August, are only starting to appear in bulk.

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  • AMD's market share continues to decline

    AMD is Intel's biggest competitor - its processors are fast (though significantly lower than Intel's when it comes to net clock speeds), with very good performance (above and beyond the needs of the average user)…

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  • AMD suffers from retardation

    No one expected AMD processors that were launched some time ago to flood the stores, but after all AMD is already a two-month lag with the delivery of the 2400 + Ethelon processors, though some hardware sites…

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  • AMD is discontinuing production and development of the Dorion processors

    AMD stops manufacturing and developing Duron processors, AMD's answer to Intel's Saloon processors. The Inquirer sources say that Doron 1300 will be the only and latest processor available for the meantime, though its supply to marketers has been lagging for two weeks. Meanwhile the MP processor…

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  • Athlon XP 2800 + AMD has been in criticism ?!

    Although AMD's Athlon XP 2400 + was launched a few months ago, it has only recently become accessible to the public and can only be found in a few stores. And although AMD has already launched the next processor in the series, it's not Athlon…

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  • The first board that supports the AMD Hummer processor is landing at Tom's

    The new AMD processor, which is not the Hammer, has yet to appear and already the company at VIA together with AOpen have prepared a cure for Mecca and released the first board which supports this processor. As mentioned, the board is from Aopen called AK86…

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  • KT333400 - Official support for the new AMD processors ...

    In a short, quick announcement, VIA officially announced that the new KT333 and KT400 fully support the new 166Mhz FSB Ethelon processors ... with the amount of information the 166Mhz FSB will provide fully supported by its chips (VIA Apollo KT400,…

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  • The gamble of AMD

    AMD's Hammer processor is expected to release early next year and finally change the power balance in the processors in the same way that R300 changed the power balance in graphics. AMD, the small company ...

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  • AMD admits manufacturing problems for the Hammer

    Remember, a few days ago, many news stories (and ours) were published around the rejection of the two AMD coated processors, Barton and ClawHammer, one of the most popular and well-established hypotheses about problems in the SOI process.

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  • AMD - Problems in Dresden?

    As we know, AMD recently released two new Thoroughbred processors, 2GHz and 2.13GHz clock speeds rated as Athlon XP 2400 + and 2600 + (respectively). The new processors are designed to compete (though not very successfully) in Pentium 4…

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  • Waiting for the resume of AMD ...

    One of the most highly anticipated processors right now is not the Intel 3Ghz from Intel, although it would be nice to see it, but rather the AMD XPELNUMX + from AMD and if you've been following the course of things lately you probably know the reason, the FSB ...

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  • ABIT - Official Support for FSB 333Mhz for AMD Processors ...

    If we talked about ABIT yesterday about the innovations and changes the company is trying to make in its marketing and product line, then today we are further reinforced by ABIT introducing the world's first officially supported board…

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  • AMD Infects Intel?

    AMD is too far behind Intel with no interesting innovations that will give huge performance improvements, but all of that time probably paid off and will pay off in the future. The company probably worked while we heard nothing about it from the Hummer processors…

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  • The only answer right now from AMD ...

    Until the new processors arrive, AMD's answer to the huge gap that is opening between it and Intel is price, which is the only answer AMD currently has, so we get information about another significant drop in prices for the company's various processors ...

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  • AMD is gaining a gap across Intel

    AMD's Hammer processor will only be out towards the end of the year, but especially lately there is a lot of noise around it, whether it be its memory controller or many chipsets coming out for it.

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  • AMD is lowering prices

    AMD has finally started to lower its processor prices compared to competing Intel processors. For your convenience, I have prepared you tables that summarize the price reductions ... Athlon XP Price drop: Processor Old Price New Price Variation Price% + Athlon XP 2200 241 $…

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  • AMD attacks the new cellphones

    AMD begins to dirty up Intel's new-old Salron processors AMD says most 1.8GHz and 1.7GHz processors sold as rolls and integrated with the i845G chipset will have difficulty running most programs of the day.

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  • AMD will manufacture motherboards?

    Rumors that come to the site x-bit labs indicate the intentions of the AMD processor maker to also turn to the motherboard market and produce motherboards for its processors. It should be noted that this is a surprising step by AMD but is not unusual…

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  • AMD Athlon MP 2100 + (1.73 GHz) ...

    Looking for an alternative to dual platform for Intel Zion processors, AMD came with its Ethelon XP as an equally cheap and good replacement, and now that the fastest Dual Dual-based processor is coming out of 2100 + i.e. 1.733Ghz processor…

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