AMD has been surprisingly quiet with their 65nm chips, and now we might know why. The company seems to be having problems with leakage in their new processors, a common problem with shrinking components, where electricity can literally burrow out of a semiconductor and even blow entire circuits. Hit the link for the test results that are bringing people to this conclusion. I'm no expert microprocessor/electricity/counting expert, but I know big, bad numbers when I see them. [test via theinquirer]
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