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AMD finally gets on the 45nm bandwagon but can its new quad core CPUs finally compete with Intel? Ed finds out.
AMD finally updates its Athlon X2 series to the K10 (Phenom) architecture. Is it enough to take the dual-core crown though?
Low power AND quad core? Surely not.
More power than dual-core and cheaper than quad-core, is triple-core the perfect middle ground?
TLB error fixed? Check. Faster clock speeds? Check. Better overclocking? Check. Good CPU? Check.
AMDs latest chipset has the most powerful integrated graphics available but does that make it the best platform to choose?
AMD's latest quad-core Phenom CPU has an unlocked multiplier for easy overclocking but is it enough to raise Phenom above Intel's quad-core offerings?
Can the Athlon X2's last stand give Intel's Core 2 Duo something to think about?
Can AMD make up ground on Intel with its new and enhanced Athlon 64 X2 5000+ CPU?
AMD has finally added dual core support to its top of the range FX chip. Leo thinks that it's a scorcher!
The Athlon X2 3800+ brings AMD's dual-core processor to its most affordable price point yet. Now that can't be bad can it?
AMD's Athlon FX-57 is its highest clocked processor yet. Leo Waldock puts it through its paces to see if the FX can still lay claim to being the gamers' choice.
AMD's latest budget CPU is based on the Athlon 64 core. It may lack 64bit support, but it's still a pretty good platform for a basic PC.
The AMD Sempron follows in the footsteps of the Duron, hoping to grab the budget PC market segment.
The second generation Athlon 64 FX part is certainly very fast and will no doubt also be very expensive.
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