INTEL will face major securities fraud lawsuit for sure
ZDNET says Intel is criminally dishonest on performance.
Intelers are a bunch of frauds. Mr. Berlind is right to say that Intel may be liable under SEC rule 10b-5 for using manipulative and deceptive devices in connections with the sale or purchase of securities:
"The slides are deceptive and manipulative. At some point, who ever was preparing them should have thought, "this many footnotes?, perhaps we should redo them." How many disclaimers does it take before you realize you're disclaiming an entire document? Look at the last two slides in the image gallery. The upper right hand side of both say that an Intel part is being compared to an Opteron 2XXX part. Yet, with every data point listed below those headings — every one — there's a footnote that says otherwise. It's nothing more than an absurd perversion of the truth."
K10 is a real killer, beating Intel by more than 40% in most benchmarks.
K10 will demonstrate who is the real mater in CPU design.
Intel's Israeli engineers will find themselves running out of brain juice patching the P6.