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|21st December 2009, 13:54||#1|
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Intel Tick Tock slows down: Sandy Bridge slips into 2011?
Lack of competition hurts the market - AMD's continuous delays of their next-gen CPU architecture combined with Intel's ill-fated effort on Larrabee resulted in slowdown of Tick-Tock cadence. By now, we all know that AMD Bulldozer should only surface in 2011 - definitely no 2010 major core advances from them above the current cores seen in Phenom and Opteron spread available now. By itself, that's not exactly good news, but then it wasn't unexpected either.
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