I really hope AMD will be successful to make 64bits CPU the popular choice over 32bits CPU, so that we can have awesome 3D gaming and unprecedented computing power.
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Opteron is a server chip to compete with Xeon. The consumer version (codename clawhammer) will be out later this year.Originally posted by Jikx
well, I'm going to buy the Athlon 64, cause the prices of these Opterons (and Xeons) are... erm... high.
The game performace is looking very
A 64-bit CPU allows for larger amounts of memory to be addressed and accessed, leading to increased performance and faster processing of data.
AMD plans to use advanced manufacturing processes, innovative design techniques, and partnerships with other companies to create a competitive and high-performing 64-bit CPU.
Yes, AMD's 64-bit CPU will be compatible with most existing software and operating systems, as long as they are also 64-bit compatible.
AMD's 64-bit CPU will have unique features and design elements that set it apart from other 64-bit CPUs, such as efficient power consumption and advanced multi-core processing capabilities.
AMD has not yet announced an official release date for their 64-bit CPU, but it is expected to be available in the near future as they continue to develop and refine the technology.