[QUOTE=brokenbuga;2464935]AMD will bleed that in the next quarter or two, sad but true.
It’s unfortunate that AMD current processor lineup is only now competitive with Intel’s two generation old Core architecture. They have no answer for Bloomfield or Lynnfield.
Intel was really pissed off over the whole Prescott fiasco, AMD had a nice run, but they seriously angered the sleeping giant. I would hate to see AMD disappear, the industry needs competition.[/QUOTE]
Sleeping giant more like a uneducated and crying baby whom can’t stand to loose to a better competitor. You seem to not read enough they AMD are for the consumer not Intel. Intel is the one that can’t seem to be on the competition market. And how would you know what AMD is developing or has out and you don’t know since your not their R&D department?? Like AMD is going to roll over and die like you want. Intel is where it’s at by bullying computer makers if they really did fair competition I think they would be the one crying fowl that AMD is making a better chip for the long term. It’s like this I would buy a Japanese car before going with a American name brand vechicle. Reason being they have better quality control and name recognition to produce better products from beginning to end. And I bet you with this settlement Intel will loose pc makers as they will say bye bye and have a nice dream Intel now we get to pick and choose whom we will use for our CPU architure. And from the read of the article seems Intel is still in State of Denial over its’ business practices-typical never wanting to admit when they are caught. Guess they want more lawsuits and antitrust lawsuits to come figure to big to think and use their brains.