Chip manufacturer AMD has taken a potshot at rival Intel, accusing the latter of forcing people to buy more expensive processors than they need in order to get the grunt for which they are looking, terming this impost the "Intel tax".
Ok, so we're not talking about the mercury in the thermometer, but Mercury Research's latest market share estimates for Q4 2018, but either way, AMD's YoY growth is WoW.
It wasn't enough for AMD to make PCs great again: the company epically decided a year ago that it was time to make servers great again, too, and the second year of AMD's avenging ways to the benefit of server customers has now begun.
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Don't sweat it, all good
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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