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I'm gonna be so busy with school in September that I hope I don't miss the unveiling of all these major announcements that will usher in the next-gen era.
I'm wondering what AMD's response to this will be. I think I heard something about AMD moving to the 65-nanometer process like Intel has, but what will it really mean for performance? I'm looking for a substantial performace gain over my Athlon 64 3500+ if I'm going to be shelling out more than $500 for a new processor, not even counting the possibility of switching to Intel's platform (which would obviously mean new motherboard and RAM, too). With a GeForce 7800 GTX in my system, I've found that my GPU is easily outpacing my CPU, but by how much I don't really know. I just hope my socket-939 mobo lasts as long as I planned for it to...
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