The processors are all for desktop PCs, with no offerings from AMD's more popular mobile or server processors. This is the first time that Dell has sold any AMD hardware.
When contacted Dell confirmed that it is selling the AMD chips but otherwise refused to comment.
Last February Dell's president Kevin Rollins stated: "Whenever one of our partners slips on either the economics or the technology, that causes us great concern.
"For a while Intel admittedly slipped technologically and AMD had made a step forward. We were seeing that in customer response and requests."
But when vnunet.com contacted AMD the company was unwilling to confirm or deny any involvement with Dell.
"The offering of AMD in a box is not necessarily indicative of any direct relationship," said Jo Albers, PR manager at AMD. She declined to comment further.
With both sides being coy the question is whether AMD is currently negotiating with Dell for a larger contract.
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