The Computex trade show in Taiwan has played host to controversies around the latest chips from Intel and AMD, and has seen the introduction of products that could find their way into your PC soon.
NEWS:Via unveils world's smallest mobile chipFriday, 8 June
It may be aimed at the low end, but Via has taken the high ground with its shift to the cutting-edge 0.13-micron manufacturing process
AMD faces tough fight with dual AthlonsWednesday, 6 June
AMD's launches its first chipset able to handle dual Athlon processors, but the Palomino-based Duron could be the real winner
AMD: Two chips better than one Tuesday, 5 June
AMD is launching the the AMD-760 MP companion chips that will allow high-end computers to use two Athlon processors simultaneously
AMD readies revved-up chips Monday, 4 June
A 1.4GHz Athlon processor and 950MHz Duron will be announced at the Computex trade show in Taiwan this week
Via announces Tualatin supportThursday, 31 May
Chipset manufacturer unveils range of chipsets for next-generation Pentium III
Intel spurns Via and Nvidia chipsets Thursday, 7 June
An Intel exec says 'bogus' to Via Technology claims that Pentium 4-based computers will run faster with Via chipsets than with Intel's 850
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