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    Default The Rise and Fall of AMD

    A really Good read

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    AMD has long been subject of polarizing debate among technology enthusiasts. The chapters of its history provide ample ammunition for countless discussions and no small measure of rancour. Considering that it was once considered an equal to Intel, many wonder why AMD is failing today. However, it's probably fairer to ask how the company has survived so for long -- a question we intend to explore as we revisit the company's past, examine its present and gaze into its future.



    The Rise and Fall of AMD - TechSpot Reviews

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    Default Re: The Rise and Fall of AMD

    That was a great read thank you

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