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AMD CEO: Every laptop has enough processing power

Posted on Wednesday, May 23 2012 @ 19:41:09 CEST by


A popular myth is that Bill Gates proclaimed in the early 1980s that 640K of RAM memory is more than anyone will ever need on a computer. Despite several refutations, the quote is still being attributed to Gates so it comes as quite a surprise that AMD CEO Rory Read now dares to proclaim that every laptop on Earth has enough processing power.
AMD spokesperson, Mike Silverman told the San Jose Mercury News that AMD needed to let go of the old AMD versus Intel mindset, as technology moves forward this strategy will no longer be the key focus. AMD CEO Rory Read also talked to Bloomberg Businessweek, where he said that computing is increasingly moving into the cloud where data centers are able to process computations much faster than a single computer, tablet or smartphone can.

Personally, I thought we were over this? I think the whole AMD versus Intel thing ended when we moved into multiple cores? Intel, in my opinion, is so far out in front right now, that CPU power just doesn't have the same effect it did years ago. You can upgrade from a Core i3, to a Core i5 and if you're not utilizing all of that power - is there a difference? If you're using your PC for Facebook and e-mail and move from a dual-core AMD to a quad-core AMD, do you notice the difference?
Source: TweakTown



 



 

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