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Thread: AMD in Trouble!!!




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    amd will stick around for a long time, but this athlon64 thing has disappointed me...
    i was hoping that at least a couple chipsets and some exact specifications would have been announced by now.
    man i hope they come up with a crushing chipset, which wipes out the canterwood, so i can keep my amd streak going...
    (i had a thunderbird with kt133a and now i have an xp thoroughbred with kt400...)

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    p4 1.7GHz, 1GB DDR-Ram, 40GB hdd, DVD-ROM+External DVD-+RW, connected to a BenQ 17"LCD Display (own LCD display went nuts)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznx
    800mhz fsb doesnt help, they just needa higher clock, say 4 ghz
    Higher megahertz isnt always best, as stated as this artticle from the TT homepage http://www.datakill.com/forums/showt...hp?threadid=68

    As it says, Intel has been working more on upping speeds, and little on other performance, while AMD has balance the 2 out, but Apple works more on performance than speed, which is why they stay below 1ghz quite a bit,

    EDIT: someone above mentioned Intels prices are lower, maybe so, but AMD is still a helluva lot cheaper, look at Pricewatch

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    EDIT: someone above mentioned Intels prices are lower, maybe so, but AMD is still a helluva lot cheaper, look at Pricewatch
    Sure, but a 30-32% pricedrop on the 2.53 ghz cpu's and above is getting closer due to their 800 fsb release.. :devil win

    :cheers:

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    AMD has reduced the price on its Athlon XP 2100+ - XP 3000+ processors, price cuts range from 6 - 31%. Athlon XP2000+ and XP 3200+ prices remain unchanged.

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