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Old 13th July 2006, 12:50   #1
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AMD will drop Athlon 64 X2 prices to compete with Intel Core 2 Duo

The spokesperson said AMD refuses to lose price/performance leadership with the launch of Core 2 Duo. As a result, AMD will reduce prices in order that performance-per-dollar metrics will remain competitive with, if not outperform, Intel's. This measure will keep AMD on a competitive pace with Intel.
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