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Of course AMD's architecture is not that of just 'todays' software, but that of forward thinking and applications that will fuel the imagination of tomorrows technology.If you're looking for some straight-up confidence from AMD in their own design...here it is. You may need to find an BS to English online translator. Hopefully the next time they are asked questions....they'll answer them. If this is the best they can do with cherry-picked questions and weeks of preparation I don't hold out much hope for a miracle leap in IPC and overall performance....but we'll see. AMD are locked into BD, and it's still better than what they had previously...it just isn't good enough in any recognizable metric to trouble Intel.
As multi-threading becomes more and more common, AMD's forward thinking architecture will come into it's own and be the performance standard that the industry will follow. for the current slate of processors, we do not look at ours as that of declining popularity...but that the public is becoming more selective and discriminating....
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