DreamWorks Dumps AMD to Take Intel to the Movies

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gatorXXX

Rudder you said it well! If people would stop switching so fast..AMD might have a chance. If people keep doing this, and amd goes bankrupt, what would you have as a choice and what would keep the prices in check??? If that were to happen, your choices would be intel...um....intel....um...um....intel and then how would you like to pay 1500 smakaroos for a 3ghz nehalem (quadruplet)  cpu and watch all the other slower cpu's rise in price....WHY???? Because they can at that point!!

 

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Rudder2

I will remain loyal to AMD forever.  They will com back they always do.  Even if they don't I will always have an AMD powered PC.  I hope that the breach of contract kicks DreamWorks in the butt!  Maybe if you people would quit switching as soon as there is a problem AMD would come back faster.  They will be back and I'm going to ride it out till they do!

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horzo

I bought two generations of AMD procs when it made sense to do so. Buying AMD right now is just silly.

Hopefully they'll start churning out competitive parts again soon.

 

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gatorXXX

Well, if that's the case then I won't be watching or buying any of dreamworks movies! Intel is nothing more than a capital communist regime which needs to have thier teeth yanked out with a pair of pliers. If AMD can hand Nvidia a lit bag of dog shit and laugh to the bank, than they can do it to intel....AGAIN!!

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whisp

 Well Intel was that capitalist regime u were talking about until AMD came out with a little something called Athlon 64. You have to admit that AMD has been asking for it with the release of all their downright bad processors int he past, hmm nearly a year or more? :s I hold no brand loyalty but I was a definate AMD fanboy for awhile while they were sticking it to the man.

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