AMD has seen Intel having so much fun on the server Slip-N-Slide that they decided to join the fun. Sort of. SemiAccurate has been digging on this sliding for a bit and we ended up with a lot of vague answers that all centered on two dates.
We will start this one out by giving you the conclusion, this time it isn’t a big deal but it is real. What and when you ask?
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