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Default AMD Describes Dual-Core Chips, Performance

SAN JOSE -- As expected, Advanced Micro Devices unveiled its dual-core architecture Tuesday at the Fall Processor Forum, along with its first performance estimates

McGrath said AMD processors using two or more cores could power home PCs or servers that could simultaneous stream audio and video to separate rooms, while a third user worked on a presentation. "Five years ago AMD gave you a hammer," McGrath said. "Now we're giving you a complete new toolbox. Use it and enjoy it."

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