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I doubt that have many reject CPUs, what I meant was that they're all separate lines, but close enough that if one fails in certain ways they can just relegate it to a lower end model line.

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I doubt that have many reject CPUs, what I meant was that they're all separate lines, but close enough that if one fails in certain ways they can just relegate it to a lower end model line.

I think we're basically saying the same things here, or rather it sounds that way to me.

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6 months is putting it mildly. I would say a year or two personally.

Year easy. Thank GloFo.

+Majesticmerc - What's wrong with the ATI purchase? It's the best decisions they did back then. If they wouldn't have ATI right now you'd only have Intel on the market by now.

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+Majesticmerc - What's wrong with the ATI purchase? It's the best decisions they did back then. If they wouldn't have ATI right now you'd only have Intel on the market by now.

There's nothing wrong with the ATI purchase as a strategic move, since it has been fairly central in their SoC developments, but they overpaid by a massive amount (somewhere in the region of $1.5bn too much). So it was a good buy at a bad price.

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