AMD Revises Bulldozer Transistor Count: 2 Billion Down to 1.2 Billion

Rob Williams

Staff member
AMD's Bulldozer launch was met with much criticism as its FX processors didn't manage to perform that much better than their predecessors, much-less become better competition for Intel. Post-launch, AMD has done its share of trying to mend the lackluster launch, stating that the CPUs are more future-looking than the competition. That's all and good, but unfortunately few people are willing to buy a new product based just on how it might perform in the future.


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