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GeneralRe: Visualizing the Structure of Pop Music PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon27-Nov-12 9:35 
NewsA month with my Surface RT PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Nov-12 13:46 
NewsIntel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Nov-12 13:45 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it Pinmemberharold aptroot26-Nov-12 22:39 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it PinmemberDan Neely27-Nov-12 4:04 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it Pinmemberharold aptroot27-Nov-12 4:10 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it PinmemberJohn M. Drescher27-Nov-12 4:57 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it PinmemberDan Neely27-Nov-12 5:36 
Even if they wanted to, AMD's much slower cadence of major architecture shifts means it would be a long time out. BullDudzer was AMD's first major (high performance) architecture change since the first A64 operons in 2003. They spent most of the 8 years between doing minor tweaks that, after Intel started smoking them with Core2, were always massively overhyped in advance as being able to close the gap before release hardware showed it actually widened. BullDudzer's architecture (and the new ARM license) was throwing in the towel and admitting that they're not going to be able to beat Intel at it's own game. Quite frankly I'm not convinced that AMD will still be in the x86 business (or in business at all for that matter) in 2019.
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GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it Pinmemberharold aptroot27-Nov-12 5:57 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it PinmemberDan Neely27-Nov-12 7:07 
GeneralRe: Intel kills off the desktop, PCs go with it PinmemberDan Neely27-Nov-12 10:12 
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GeneralRe: Jakob Nielsen savages Windows 8 PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon27-Nov-12 4:53 
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