An anonymous reader writes: We all are waiting for AMD's comeback, for a processor that revolutionizes the way we are using a computer. But after yesterday's Intel analyst day, it appears that AMD's situation may get much worse before it gets better. While we know that AMD is beginning to ramp 45 nm chips now, volume production is slated for the second half of this year: By then, Intel is likely to have more than 10 million 45 nm CPUs in the market, producing them at a rate of 100,000 per day, Intel said at its analyst day. Trouble for AMD? No one can tell right now, but it surely is time for AMD to get those 45 nm processors out of its fab.