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A Secret Sale . . .

It looks like AMD is having a clearance sale on 90nm X2 processors. (Newegg prices used, you may do a couple dollars better looking around. Prices seem quite fluid at the moment; price engines don’t seem able to keep up).

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A Few Factoids . . . 2237

I came across this little webpage, which shows in a nutshell the David and Goliath nature of AMD vs. Intel. A few numbers ought to enlighten: AMD Intel Market Cap (Value of company stock in the stock market) 7.74 billion

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A Few Factoids . . .

Digitimes reports that much faster HD recorders will be coming in a few months, and even faster ones in 2008. As the article says: “For burning a 90-minute movie for example, existing 1-2.4x BD or HD DVD burners take 30-45

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The Summer Offensive . . .

HKEPC has some summer Intel pricing lists. Lots of new models will come in, lots will go out, but what they all have in common is that they’ll be cheap by Intel standards. The most expensive non-Extreme dual-core chip (a

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45nm: Time and Price . . .

When a new generation of processors come out, overclockers have two initial questions about it: When will it come out? How much will the cheapest one be? HKEPC.com has the answers to those questions in its latest Intel roadmaps. First,