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AMD's next step in cpu - must read! (add your own links too!)

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you mean AMD and IBM

 

IBM is the company responsible for setting up AMD to compete with intel, building/designing their fab plants, and giving them 90nm design and ability to implement it (as well as the on-chip memory controller etc)

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*Rubs bleary morning eys - takes a huge swig of coffee*

 

Never mind me :P

 

*Is tempted to delete the post - decides to leave it as a testement to his stupidity*

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if we were say...invaded by aliens with butt-kicking technology...or some other crazy world-ending event (asteroid gonna smash earth and we need a mega-supa-killa-badassmofo computer to calculate the exactitude of the magnitude of the deceleration vector of the charlie-niner trans-oscillating graviton reaction cluster?) then we might see Intel and AMD working together

 

otherwise...its like asking North and South Korea to come up with a Friendship Dance lol.

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to keep this in focus, i'll edit the title of this topic and post some links from google news so everyone can read about it, and I will also move this to 64-bit section so everyone there can take a read:

 

http://www.tomshardware.com/hardnews/20041213_120554.html

 

http://www.crn.com/sections/breakingnews/d...icleId=55301279

 

http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/techinno...d-silicon_x.htm

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3400+ mobiles aren't implementations of SSOI, 4000+ and fx-55 are, though. I don't think there are any products with SSOI offered for s754 atm, but that may have changed in recent past.

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interesting *wonders if self can rma his october purchase 3400NC and get new week cpu*. i'm hitting 2.64ghz with some weak ram and i don't know what week mine is. do i have to take my HSF off to check or is the info on the retail box it came in?

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owie...to RMA a component that isnt defective ends up costing companies (and vendors) a serious dollar...and that leads to higher prices and stricter RMA policies.

 

we had the issue with the NF2 boards where people would try to RMA them because they would only overclock to 240Mhz and no higher...it became a nightmare and made us adjust our RMA policy, and it even nearly forced some vendors to stop carrying our product because they though all of our NF2 boards were inherently defective.

 

but

 

at the RMA tables in teh back of the office, we found that only 1 our of about 45 boards were truly in need of an RMA...the other 44 were in perfect condition...

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Maybe i have the bad chip out of the bunch then?

This is a week 33 04 Newcastle, version 0.6, but so far can't get to windows @ 2.8GHz ..

 

More tweaking is in order i reckon :D

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