quote: AMD has been the leader since Athlon's debut in 1999
quote: Well...performance. duh.
quote: I got voted down for stating the truth?
quote: You need to give AMD some time. Look how long it took Intel to come out with something better than AMD's Athlon 64s.
quote: I am teh suk @ gramer.
quote: In general, AMD has always been behind Intel on their process nodes. In fact, I can't recall when they've been ahead.
quote: This is one year and a half
quote: K8L is not just a die shrink. Learn the facts.
quote: K8 which was built and designed for the 90nm process.
quote: I was referring to the Athlon64 series, not the AtlonXP chips.
quote: In terms of heat the Conroe processor is a Hot Processor, much more so than the AMDs and this is most likely due to the large caches.
quote: since Penryn is otherwise identical to Conroe
quote: we should see Intel increase the distance between them and AMD quickly
quote: would a 65nm K8L be able to compete with a 45nm Core2 architecture
quote: this 65nm transition for AMD seems like a crappy job
quote: In the past... AMD has caught up with Intel on manufacturing, which gave them a 3 to 6 month lead on Intel. AMD is scheduled for 45 nm in 2008
quote: From the advent of Core 2 until 2008, AMD will have a clearly inferior product
quote: looks like it's a good time to buy some intel stock
quote: Can't wait for Viditor's knee-jerk response about how AMD's new technologies and roadmaps mean they're going to kick butt
quote: AMD has no internal project named K8L (I'm not sure of it's true code name)
quote: They don't have the fabs to be able to make multiple different processes, which is quite the opposite from Intel
quote: AMD can't even meet demands for 90nm procs
quote: Intel has 3 65nm fabs. I think AMD only has 3 fabs