Sysopt talks hardware changes around the bend in 2006

By Justin Mann on January 4, 2006, 7:28 PM
Ever wonder what exactly will be changed and what will be added in the hardware we love over the next year? Companies often say one thing, but do another. Analysts often predict one thing, but the market swings another way. That being saying, SysOpt has a very interesting article that predicts hardware changes we can expect over the next year. Some of them are already in the works, such as AMD switching to DDR2 technology. They also believe Intel will swing around from the increasingly dismal reception to Netburst and, with Yonah at their back, storm the market once again. They also believe AMD will grow in the server market again, taking marketshare away from Intel with the might of the Opteron. It will be interesting to revisit this down the road to see how much will pan out.

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