AMD's quad-core "Phenom" Desktop Chip Catches Up With Intel
alaaron | May 15, 2007 at 02:23 amby
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Intel regained a technological edge last year when it released the first four-core processors by combining two dual-core ones.
However, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) introduced a quad-core microprocessor for the desktop, replacing its venerable Athlon processor with the new "Phenom" design in an attempt to better compete with Intel Corp., media reported Tuesday.