AMD executive casts doubt on Intel's dual-core claim

Intel's dual-core platform consists of two separate cores in individual dies packaged together using multi-chip packaging in a single chip, which is not a true dual-core solution, according to Henri Richard, senior vice president for worldwide sales and marketing of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) at Computex 2005 (May 31-June 4).

Although Intel was the first to launch its dual-core processor solution for desktop PCs, Richard commented that a real dual-core processor should be one that integrates two cores onto the same die.

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News source: DigiTimes

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...says the VP of marketing...


Just shut your stupid mouth and realise the benchmarks are in your favour. In fact, leave the company, along with the other worthless employees then bring the price of the dual core chips down to really kick Intels ass...