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Old 01-30-2006, 01:33 PM   #21
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Default Re: AMD Athelon 64 FX-60 Toledo 2.6 GHz Review

Yes Socket AM2 will probably be really buggy at first, but give it a few months and then all will be well. We need to review more processors. Which shall I do next?
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Default Re: AMD Athelon 64 FX-60 Toledo 2.6 GHz Review

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Remember that AMD doesnt plan on switching to 65nm anytime soon. The AM2 is probably be very buggy in the begging as they will take the 939 cpus and tweak the memory controller to support DDR2 and thats about it.

Quit sucking on Intel's tit and wake up!

AMD, no matter what Intel does in the next month, will not be standing still. AMD is at the top for a reason. They've been at the top for the longest time.
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