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To: maui_dude who started this subject4/30/2001 11:43:58 PM
From: chuckles58  Read Replies (1) of 9
 
Good idea Maui, I've found after following AMD for close to two years, that AMD's stock does better when Intel does well. It's hard not to root against Intel as the 800 pound gorilla. At least we've moved past the stage where good news for Intel must be bad news for AMD, and bad news for Intel must be worse news for AMD. Yet if Intel and AMD are going to have a price war, unfortunately both will be bloodied. AMD's imminent re-entry to the notebook market should prove interesting as Intel's 1ghz notebook launch in March was low-volume. Competition's real value is in keeping companies honest and innovative. Innovation is what gave Intel the huge market share it has enjoyed, and is where AMD has made tremendous strides, especially on the perfomance side. I'll admit it, I am an AMD supporter (love the virtual gorilla attitude), and look for every opportunity for AMD to get an edge on Intel. It may be easier for the Hatfields and McCoys to get along than for these companies' supporters, but it is a valiant try. Despite differences in opinions, civility should be a voluntary necessity. I for one will try to tone down the anti-Intel attitude on the Moderated AMD Thread.

Good luck all (especially AMDroids)<ggg>,
CB
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