We know how AMD tricked their customer for sell their four core CPU stated as an Eight core Bulldozer CPU. For that reason AMD have face the Court, Tony Dickey representing himself in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California filed a class-action lawsuit on Oct. 26 against AMD. They accused AMD for false advertising, Fraud breach of express warrant, negligent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment.
The lawsuit alleged that AMD claiming their Bulldozer CPU had 8 cores, that means their CPU can perform eight calculation at the same time, but the reality is this CPU have only four cores. AMD designed their CPU by stripping away components from two cores and combined the leftover to make a single module. For that reason the cores are no longer working independently.
Tony Dickey suing for damages, including statutory and punitive damages, litigation expenses, pre- and post-judgment interest, as well as other injunctive and declaratory relief as is deemed reasonable.