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Can AMD make Apple happy?
Posted by jescott418 on 2010-04-27 13:43:29
In reply to Brian R. Hook
Can AMD make Apple happy? That would be the question. I think Apple made a good choice dropping the Power chip simply because it was not keeping up. Intel's brand was the obvious choice. But we all know how Apple loves its privacy. I am sure they do not like to compete with the PC manufactures for product either. So it could be a good match for AMD to become Apple. After all they also get ATI which I think does better then Nvidia in the high end graphics.
But that's just my own opinion and I am really not a big gamer.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Analyst: Apple Could Be Weighing AMD Acquisition  Brian R. Hook  2010-04-20 12:17:26
Can AMD make Apple happy?  jescott418  2010-04-27 13:43:29
Doesn't make much sense for AMD  ET3D  2010-04-21 22:20:16
Bad move  stealth  2010-04-20 18:47:34
it would be their best move in hardware in many years, but needs work  ronnyromero  2010-04-20 14:39:32
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