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AMD: Faster Processors, Less Power Consumption

{mosimage}Quad Core technology is still about a year off, but AMD is releasing a continuous stream of news relating to this next generation of chips.  While they haven't much discussed the clock speeds (we imagine they will be sufficiently impressive,) what we are hearing from AMD is more about efficiency. 

AMD's focus on on line pharmacy efficiency has created a huge shift in the processor industry.  As Intel struggles to very good site indian generic cialis catch up, AMD is doing everything in its power to ensure that its quad cores help them continue their unquestioned leadership in terms of efficiency.  The main advantage of the quad core system is that some of the chips can remain idle when not needed.  Running one core at 100% and three at 30% provides a power savings of when will cialis be available as a generic 40% over single core architecture.  Most of the time, a computer doesn't even need half of its power.   Full cores can even be completely shut down, decreasing power use even more.

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Intel struggling?
written by citizen Vern, September 05, 2006
Someone had better check the sales rates for Intel's latest "Core" chips. FYI, they're widely praised as the best chips ever for price + performance. That and the probability that their quad-core chips will be out before AMD's and the fact that they have already tested chips with up to 32 cores tells me that their "struggle" to catch up is over. Now add the fact that Intel is viagra online france (generally) made in the USA, while AMD comes largely from Malaysia, a country plagued by less than stellar environmental and human rights ratings... where's the news in what AMD is planning for a year from now?
Good news and bad news
written by GTW, September 05, 2006
Good news for supercomputing clusters/high performance computing (HPC) where cooling costs are extremely high. Also good news for HPC researchers because they can find ways to balance the cores/power in addition to balancing workloads etc.

Bad news for grid computing. Grid people's rationale is that computers of offices are idling most of the time and putting them on a grid allows work loads to be distributed for maximum efficiency. It was just a matter of time until this became invalid and you could've seen it coming ever since Centrinos started becoming popular.
Another Intel Guy...
written by Webs, September 13, 2006
To the first commentor, to say AMD is generally made in Malaysia and Intel is generally made in the US is pretty illogical. Most of the Silicon wafers that are used to levitra oral gel create the order cialis canada silicon substrates used by many chip manufacturers comes from a company out of Florida called Central Materials.

But to say that one company is generally made here doesn't add up because of cialis non prescription globalization. If AMD is smart enough to realize they can purchase silicon wafers cheaper from Malaysia they will do buy tramadol webmed it to save money. Intel is going to do the same thing. Most companies today are trying to cut costs to save money and get a larger return on investment. And if AMD get their parts over seas who cares? More power to them (well maybe, more cost savings to viagra delivered overnight them). And the BS you added about labor laws, I think you need to understand the manufacturing process of silicon wafers before you make nonsensical statements like that. Silicon wafers are created by scientists, not child slave labor. It's a very intensive and involved process. And each wafer, which is about the size of a large dinner plate (in diameter), is worth anywhere from $2 million to $5+ million.

And yes Intel is struggling. Since last year October, AMD has beat Intel in quarter profits. Considering where Intel has come from that is a CLEAR sign of struggling. Intel has always held the majority of the market over any other company, until recently. And until recently the only CPU's Intel produced that had better power performance where their mobile line of CPU's. So in terms of power consumption Intel has struggled to beat AMD.

And as for those new line of CPU's Intel recently released. They use a 65nm process while AMD is using a 90nm process. So Intel had to go to a completely different architecture to beat AMD's CPU's. Do think Intel will still have the levitra online us best CPU's when AMD moves over to cialis price online cialis price the 65nm process? Intel couldn't beat AMD at the 90nm process so what makes you think they will beat AMD at the 65nm process?
written by Queen Maedbh, September 15, 2006
Most of Intel's chips are made in Asia - China, Phillipines, Malaysia. they have one - ONE! wafer fab in Phoenix. So please revisit the statement that they are 'generally' US made - not true.
written by Akira, April 12, 2007
Really....most of chips are made in Malaysia...Intel and AMD,u can see at ur cpu's/amd%20athlon%2064%204000/amd4000-3.jpg
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