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While both AMD and Intel praised their new chips to heavens' high, reality seems to look different: in a chat with founder of GigaOM, Facebook VP blasted AMD and Intel.
During Computex, we sat down with Intel and talked about the future high-end platforms from Intel. One such potential platform is Skulltrail 2, based upon a dual-socket 8-core Nehalem-EX.
Intel's Sean Malone and Francois Piednoel left little to be desired for: demonstrating air-cooled 5GHz Core i7 975 CPU, explaining i975 cherry picking, Core i5 Turbo modes, quad-core notebook platforms and many more.
AMD used Day Zero of Computex Taipei 2009 to announce its Opteron 2400 series, a sexa-core processor formerly known as Istanbul. But, where's the announced server/workstation platform?
BSN* was one of the few media invited to San Francisco for Intel's conference on their octa-core Nehalem-EX server. We bring you the low-down on the final nail in AMD's coffin - Intel's ace for the 4S and 8S high-end market.
AMD's ace for 2010 comes in the form of 12-core Multi-Chip Module codenamed Magny-Cours, a rather boring racetrack in France. But unlike the racetrack, Magny-Cours architecture is rather interesting...
The company that designs and manufactures power circuitry on a lot of graphics cards, notebooks, servers and desktops is showing signs of market recovery with better-than-expected 1Q'09 results.
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