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AMD will continue supplying GPUs to Intel

Posted on Sunday, June 17 2007 @ 14:31:21 CEST by


AMD's CTO says the relationship between the ATI unit and Intel will remain intact.
The Intel question loomed large after AMD bought ATI last year. Many believed that AMD would stop supporting Intel microprocessors with the ATI chips, and that Intel would encourage its customers to use its own graphics chips or those from other companies besides AMD.

AMD CTO Phil Hester said at Computex last week that AMD will continue to supply ATI graphics products that work with Intel processors. It makes business sense for AMD to do so and there's still a healthy market for ATI products paired with Intel processors, he said.

AMD also believes that the introduction of its Fusion chips in 2009, which will put graphics functions and the microprocessor on a single chip, will not spell the end for discrete graphics components, Hester said.
Well, I don't think AMD really has a choice. They have a lot of debt and can surely use all the extra millions from Intel.


 



 

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