The most significant event is the appearance of two 64-bit processors (Intel and AMD) with different structures.
In 2001, 64-bit processors still did not affect the market for processors and operating systems. 32-bit architecture will remain predominant. Continue reading
AMD processors have long gained popularity among computer users due to their high performance at low cost. Therefore, it is understandable that new motherboards for AMD processors will appear on the market with support for the 133 MHz system bus frequency (the equivalent frequency is 266 MHz) and with DDR SDRAM PC2100 memory support. So far, only the AMD-760 chipset provides this capability. Continue reading