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AMD debuts 12-core server processors

3/29/2010 04:00 AM EDT
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Eagle Driver   3/30/2010 12:11:00 AM
As the wheel turns and the cycles continue, it sounds like AMD has the upper leg in the server market. That is until Intel releases it's next big thing. It most cases, most of todays apps run fine on the entry level Core 2 Duo, but the server is the real workhorse of most companies and processing power is sought after with the green twist added recently that is really beneficial, finally.

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