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Originally Posted by DarkLord7854It's rather funny how AMD is the one playing catch-up now. Makes you wonder what they've been doing all these years they've been beating the P4s. You'd think they'd have been busy developping the next architecture to stay ahead.
They're bad procrastinators :)
Originally Posted by r4tch3tEither that or the K8L will be quite a bit better (or at least a little bit) than the Core 2s.
AMD is used to playing the underdog, and I don't think their time in the limelight would alter their perception too much. They will come back again.
Releasing more products just helps people know they are still there and to compete with Intel at a price/performance ratio.
Originally Posted by r4tch3tAnd aren't they all the same chips really, just the differing potential of each chip determines its name. So now that yields are quite high, they are getting quite a few good chips coming off the wafer that can be used as high end parts.
Originally Posted by TyinsarI saw a review on this on another site at least a day ahead of you guys but knew that if I waited Bit would have a similar article but with more depth. Even if I have to wait (& it's not like 24hours is a big deal anyway), the wait is usually worth it - it was this time. ;) Thanks Tim & crew
Originally Posted by Pookeyhead...AMD realise this, hence the massive price cuts. It won't do them much good though, because traditionally, AMD has had a more enthusiast following, and enthusiasts aren't usually bothered about value for money...
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