At least as far as desktop products go, Intel's execution in the second quarter was flawless. During the quarter, Intel revealed its Canterwood and Springdale chipsets in addition to a new line of Pentium 4 "C" processors. To its credit, AMD finally brought Opteron to market in the second quarter, but desktops are still waiting for September's Athlon 64 launch. We'll have to wait a little while still to see whether the 64-bit tag team of Opteron and the Athlon 64 can help bring AMD back to profitability. Meanwhile, it looks like Intel has enough cash up its sleeve for a few more price cuts.