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Article By: Benoît Leterme
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WhAt's going on.
What's going on with Intel? That's the question everybody is asking. Why didn't they switch their Prescott to 64-bit, why is the Extreme Edition the Extreme Expensive edition and why do they keep on throwing Celerons in our face? Although many of us might wonder what the answers are, AMD, in the meanwhile, is winning the race. 64-bit CPU's are taking over the market swiftly. Intel keeps on looking into BTX and other less important stuff (hmm ...). The Itanic or what most call the Titanic has actually hit the iceberg, and it didn't win. Bluetooth got smacked by Wi-Fi.
What we susPect is going on.
We have heard some rumours regarding Intel's plans. Yes Intel has thought this through, regarding what most of you think, because, why would any company play with torches when they can play with matches. We have learned from a source near Intel all recent events around the company and releases are just a cover-up (Thank god, it's finally explained I can hear you say). Because, be honest, why would anybody want to buy a CPU that runs 70°C, or a 2.8Ghz Celeron that gets outperformed by any CPU available on the market. Or even better you go out and buy the Pentium 4 EE and you find out you could have bought an entire setup for the same amount of money ... ouch. No, all this is secretly a trick from Intel.
Intel, as you no doubt have noticed, is loosing ground to AMD, but what nobody knows is Intel is planning on buying AMD. Yes that's right, or it's almost right. Intel already owns a huge chunk of AMD. As most of you know AMD had a rough year. 2003 wasn't really what they had hoped for, so intel took advantage of the situation and bought huge parts of AMD when AMD's stock options were at their lowest point in years. Since AMD started producing high amounts of 64-bit during Q1 of 2004 AMD's stock options have gone throught the roof.
ConcLusion FOr OlL
Well, I'm sure you've all put it together and came to the conclusion yourself. But let me sum it all up: The reason why Intel has introduced these, let's call them less good, cpu's (Either they are too slow (Celeron), too hot(Prescott), too expensive (EE)) is simply because they want everybody to shift to AMD's 64-bit. When everybody has shifted to 64-bit CPU's, Intel will have made a fortune since they own almost 50% of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. When this has happened, Intel will introduce their own 64-bit desktop CPU version. By doing this all the Intel fanboys will once again shift to their favorite brand and Intel will make even more money.
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