Look, if you really want to predict AMD's demise, can you at least make a reasonable prediction? Perhaps you can come up with a list of conditions that isn't composed of the one item: "If Intel cuts the price of a single high-end product that is less than 3% of Intel's total production, AMD will BK." I mean, really.... wtf man... I know you can do better than spewing filth like that on the net. You're not that much of a f4nb0y.. are you?
I'm not a fanboy at all, you're the fanboy obviously.
Calling the Q6600 a high-end part is a joke. There are a lot of faster and more expensive CPUs out there. Sure, none of them are AMD's, but that's not Intels fault.
Don't you realize that with one decent price-cut, Q6600 is actually a budget-CPU (sub-$200 bracket)? And that AMD has depreciated like mad? As said by PXC, they're only worth 11% more as a whole company now, than what they paid for the ATi acquisition not too long ago.
And 3% of production? You realize that they are no different than two regular Core2 Duo cores (which is most of their production)? If Intel wanted, they could just make more MCMs form their Core2 Duo die production. It's not a different product, just a different package.
Ofcourse you don't, you're still in denial, like all the fanboys here. You were in denial when I told you what I saw of AMD's processors so far, and what I would expect at launch... But I was spot-on (ofcourse), and even after the launch, you are still in denial.