- Oct 28, 2010
- 288 (0.08/day)
- South Green Jakarta
|System Name||Old Damned Rigs!|
|Processor||AMD Phenom X4 9850 BE 2.5GHz|
|Memory||2 x 2GB DDR2 PC8500|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia Geforce 9800GT|
|Storage||Hitachi 250GB Sata-II|
|Display(s)||Chimnei 22" LCD Wide|
|Case||Powerlogic Modena GTX2500|
|Power Supply||Amacrox Warrior 400w|
|Software||Windows XP Professional SP3|
yeah, in here. low-mid range market are the most profitable one. but sadly though most of people still dont know about how competitive AMD at those price point. so they just brought Intel without knowing there's better option for cheaper price on sub $100 processor..I don't know about Jakarta but here AMD is only competitive in the $125-180 price point. That may be a popular price point but apparently not enough to survive on.
btw, APU still have a future. so AMD better not leaving cpu market completely..