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Is AMD able to compete with Intel? - Is AMD able to compete with Intel?
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I have spent a lot of time thinking about AMD's current strategy of node migration, and how their products have typically reacted to these changes. While the latest 65 nm products have left some a bit confused when it comes to overall performance, there appears to be very good reasons for the types of products we are seeing. Here is a quote: So how exactly is AMD able to compete with Intel from a manufacturing standpoint when Intel started transitioning to 65 nm over a year ago, and currently have three full Fabs running at 65 nm? AMD has pursued a surprisingly simple yet far flung plan to leverage its experience with others to hopefully produce a world class 65 nm process.
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