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Mark1980
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re: Why itís wrong for Intel, AMD to abandon WSTS
Mark1980   3/3/2012 7:33:11 AM
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I think AMD pulled out first to confuse intel of the direction AMD is heading or wants to go (Rory Read is a smart guy). clearly AMD is at an disadvantage against big Intel and its underhand tactics.. By Doing this, AMD has become a moving target for intel and its monopoly/money/customer links advantage. little stuff like this matter allot when you are up against intel (intel has been known/caught to play shady).

abraxalito
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re: Why itís wrong for Intel, AMD to abandon WSTS
abraxalito   3/14/2012 9:38:01 AM
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Why - you want some too?

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