Intel used the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco to reveal forthcoming CPUs that will be of interest to gamers and other users who require maximum performance.
AMD has announced that it plans to start shipping 64-bit ARM server CPUs in 2014.
AMD's second-generation A-Series processors are intended for use in a wide range of PC styles, from ultra-thin notebooks to conventional desktops, as well as home theatre PCs and embedded systems.
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