The Opteron 146, interestingly enough, is positioned directly against the Pentium 4 in the lower end of the workstation space. I believe that's AMD's first Hammer-based competition for the Pentium 4. Even more interestingly, I have an Opteron 146 here on the bench, running tests as I type this. Photographic proof, you ask?We will have a full review before too long, but I can already say with confidence that the Opteron 146's performance matches up very well versus the Pentium 4 3.2GHzand this is with 32-bit applications on a 32-bit OS. The Opteron's 64-bit computing capabilities will, of course, matter a great deal in the workstation market, where digital content creation and computer-aided design apps stand to benefit from system memory sizes over 4GB. Watch for more from us on the workstation front soon.