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Old 08-15-02, 11:47 PM   #13
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Intel has led the microprocessor industry in shrinks to smaller processes for many years and will most likely continue this trend for a bit more. They have a LOT of R&D money. Anyone with experience in the microproc industry already knew this was coming.

But just to fight FUD with FUD, could it be that the current .13 P4 is running out of headroom and Intel is pushing .09 technology forward in a desperate attempt to stay on top? I've heard those 3ghz procs are getting even hotter than Athlon XPs...
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