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AMD's AMD's "Bulldozer" processors are here
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Tick-tock. Tick-tock. The sound of Intel's ongoing CPU development cycle has been constantly in the backdrop for its biggest competitor, AMD, ever since the world's largest chipmaker set an aggressive cadence for itself more than five years ago. Since then, Intel has turned over new manufacturing technologies followed by extensively revised CPU architectures in relentless succession. The introduction of Sandy Bridge processors at the beginning of this year put Intel firmly in the lead in terms of overall performance, power efficiency, and the value proposition offered to consumers.
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