vejam isto na vanshardware ... ao k parece a intel decidiu "abater" ao serviço o yamhill e apontou baterias contra a amd ... embora kem os tenha feito desenvolver os yamhill fora a microsoft!!! ... Van Smith has posted some insights on why Intel has decided to drop the Yamhill, their X86-64 processor: The Hammer is simply a superior design to either IA64 or the P4. Even though this is becoming more widely recognized, Intel’s leaders fiddle their old song as the fires lap at their feet. If AMD can execute, Intel will have to rely on its marketing and industry/media influence to maintain market share, particularly in the server space. Intel has already started its campaign. The CPU-maker is keenly pressuring OEMs to drop AMD, which is largely why AMD slipped last quarter. As we reported recently, Intel’s heavy handedness might result in rebellion and government investigation as resentment grows.