AMD is as committed as ever to desktop chipmaking

10/13/2011 | Computerworld · CRN.com (U.S.)

While mobile computing may be gaining steam, AMD remains committed to the desktop market, and its latest FX CPU chip series, built to perform on its "Bulldozer" architecture, aims to illustrate its desire to remain competitive. Two eight-core processors promise increased performance and offer support for multidisplay gaming and high-definition content.

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