Originally Posted by tigger69
the only problem with a "true" quad core is yields,if 1 core is duff then you have a phenom triple
or a phenom duo.
I think its more practical if not the best way to use two duel core dies,the yields will be much higher.
How about research costs? And did you count the month that AMD's quad is behind on Intel's? Seen any news that suggests that it pays off? I do recall AMD saying it was a bad move...