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AMD Announces Preliminary Second Quarter Results

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#26
If AMD posted positive results people would still say "OMG AMD IS GONNA DIE WITH SUCH SMALL GAINS" Instead we hear "OMG AMD IS GONNA DIE WITH SUCH LOSSES". Broken record is broken.

AMD is doing fine.
agreed. In the Enterprise Server environment and APUs they are doing pretty well.
 

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GlobalFoundries problem isn't capacity. It is yield rate.
At the moment, but overall GF has a capacity problem until their fabs get done. On another note, if capacity would not be a problem then fabs would not push for 450mm. Plus low-yields * n-fabs means higher capacity the more fabs they have.