the entire solution. Perhaps I am not smart enough to get all this... but it seems to me that the bottlenecks are where the components connect to one another. It seems critical to me that the manufacturers focus on the entire solution rather than the individual components. Real innovation at this stage is making it all work together (GPU and CPU) in a way that maximizes speed. Is that not what AMD is attempting to do? We have the APU which could be the holy grail... and if a company is able to integrate the components in a way that maximizes speed across the CPU and GPU, we have a serious situation where the size of the board is less relevant? Having control of all the design requirements of to include the connection between the two components is a game changer? Is it not?
The book will only be any good if it actually comes to fruition. AMD has a long way to go to become profitable and get their debt under control. This is still a speculative play and in a big way.
$20? You want to substantiate that? What will their revenue and profitability be?
Like these guys???
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Please note that that I said nothing about healthy economy under Reagan and Bush. Also, inflation did not happen during Obama as many forecast. And it seems you suggest that Obama further grew government (while some much less than Reagan, Bush and Bush). And the economy has grown under Obama. Regarding the cship, I don't understand why Freddy and Fannie are not public again... it is beyond my understanding at this point except to continue to draw dividends to pay for Reagan, Bush and Bush... growth in government.
Bashers already here - you don't need to wait until Monday. They need more than a bridge to cover... the bridge is because they are all trolls.