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  • tekelet tekelet Jun 6, 1999 11:27 AM Flag

    fred the loser lester --i repeat what

    first i said

    is this the sixth or seventh
    time that amd ahs fixed their production problem,
    hahahhaahahah donkey--you too defensive---

    so now
    motorola---this followed ibm----all of the power pc generation
    chip. shmuck amd out ob business within a couple of
    years.

    using buzz terms doesnt change things. sh*t comes out
    of Sanders mouth, out of his factories.---but
    apparently you eat it up.


    tekelet.

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    • Your right, at least for the next 6 months or so.
      The first gen K7 is on the same lousy .25u process as
      the K6-3 (but a much larger die size) and AMD will
      not be able to get any volume out the door.
      INTC
      is holding back the 600Mhz Katmai waiting for AMD to
      once again fall on their faces on deliveries (expect
      to see 50-100k units total shipped this year - max).
      K7 is also not pin compatable with P3. How many
      board makers are going to invest in K7 design if they
      can't get any volume.
      This may change next year IF
      AMD can get the K7 shrink out on .18um, but that's
      assuming they can even stay in the business that long (and
      that they can get yields).
      Expect INTC to
      announce 600mhz Katmai after AMD drops their pants to the
      world and proves once again they can't deliver. INTC
      will get a premium price for the Katmai when that
      happens.

    • Your right, at least for the next 6 months or so.
      The first gen K7 is on the same lousy .25u process as
      the K6-3 (but a much larger die size) and AMD will
      not be able to get any volume out the door.
      INTC
      is holding back the 600Mhz Katmai waiting for AMD to
      once again fall on their faces on deliveries (expect
      to see 50-100k units total shipped this year - max).
      K7 is also not pin compatable with P3. How board
      makers are goin to invest in K7 design if they can't get
      any volume.

 
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