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AMD to Adopt DDR3 Technology

It seems that Advanced Micro Devices remains consequent to its habits of letting Intel enjoy all the fun of developing new technologies, only to adopt them after some time, when the company considers said technologies to be affordable enough on the market. AMD acted this way when the industry went from DDR to DDR2 and now it does the same thing with the move from DDR2 to DDR3.

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lsujester3766d ago (Edited 3766d ago )

While it's sad that AMD isn't quite the innovator that it was several years back, it's understandable that they can't immediately put out new tech like Intel can.

AMD has lost a lot of market share, and has been bleeding money. They can't afford to pump the kind of money into new tech that Intel can, and even still, to constantly put out chipsets that few can and would buy is not good business for a company stuggling to catch up.