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Processor rivalry

AMD takes advantage of Intel product delays.

Taking advantage of product delays hitting rival Intel, AMD launched a competitor to Intel’s Celeron processor this month. Dubbed Sempron, it is essentially a replacement for Duron, targeting the lower value end of the mainstream computing market, with Athlon filling what AMD describes as the cinematic computing space.
Somewhat confusingly, the Sempron

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Graham Pitcher

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