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Old 04-19-2006, 01:38 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Via bought out Cyrix, and they have made chips designed to use a very low amount of power and produce little heat. they're not very fast, but they are very efficient
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Its rivalries like ATI vs Nvidia and Intel vs AMD, that are always providing the consumer market with better and cheaper products; and for this I am thankful.
AMEN!!! haha...the computer world has been flipped upside down lately and prices are going crazy. Just look at the 7900GT at an astounding 244...WOW :amazed: and now the 3800 2.4GHz at a whopping 147 I can't believe it! I hope no one stumbles in this fight lol....if AMD flops on their faces...YIKES. Intel monopoly.
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Finally I can get a Dual-Core!
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VIA does make processors still... they are pretty big in the Mini-ITX form factor.
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via making cpus with intel as comp = monopoly lol.

I am SO excited to see how this plays out! This is nuts! july 23 conroe! possible reverse ht conroe killer! COMPETITION! HEAD TO HEAD. HUGE savings and unheard of benches.

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Don't get to 'physced' just in case. I am still slightly skeptical about this working.
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