The type of graphics we would ship?
Ok, AMD spends all their time bashing the competition. Intel spends their time shipping products and competing primarily against themselves. Sure, Intel does their share of trash talking AMD, but it's not based on "What we're shipping tomorrow", but instead based on "What we're shipping today". They save the real childish trash talk for real competition like NVidia.
I have purchased for my own use in the order of 150 x85 CPUs during my life. 80% Intel, 8% or so Motorola, 1 cyrix, 1 via, 1 national, the rest AMD.
The reasons are :
1) If their stuff was that good, it wouldn't be in the bargain bin
2) I can't figure out what model does what. I recently (2 years ago) bought 2 HTPC computers for the house only to find that the x1250 chips which shipped in them can't play BluRay streams. Why? Because they had MPEG-2 acceleration, VC-1 acceleration, but no H.264 acceleration. Took 2 hours googling to find that out because it seems AMD wants to pretend like old products don't exist... even if they're still shippin.
3) I can't figure out their sockets. Intel is easy. If the chip physically fits in the socket, it pretty much works in it. AMD, you have to find out which generation of chipset and such you need to make it work. Of course, pretty much everything will work in pretty much everything, but you need to dig DEEP to find out whether you'll take a 50% performance hit because the processor is in the wrong socket.
4) AMD sucks at developers. If they want people to take their stuff seriously, they should assemble a set of tools that integrate well into Visual Studio that produce good code with a profiler where you can count cycles.
AMD, I don't care if you're 400% faster than Intel, I don't care if you're 1000% faster than nVidia, what I care about is whether you care about me as a customer.
Stop playing this stupid "We're gonna beat Intel at their own game" crap and focus instead on teaching us about your products so we can buy the right ones. Who cares how you're doing against the company that's big enough to buy you with the money they lose because of rounding errors in a month. What have you done lately and how can I benefit from it. Will you still love me even after you get my money?