AMD Confirms 32nm Yields Issues, Reduces Q3 Forecast

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Ghost XFX

This is far from being over with. Intel has every reason to be worried, that's why they're being as proactive as possible right now. Llano and the current response towards it, is the first indication for Intel to sweat the details. Once the Zambezi hits the streets, all bets are off.

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Kinetic

I'm not so sure. As someone with a AM3+ mobo who is waiting for the chip, these delays are getting to the point that they're making me strongly consider switching to sandy bridge E when it launches.

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Nimrod

daymn

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tekknyne

Maybe they would have better luck having Intel manufacture their chips =P

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