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>> No.70137957

>its called 'EPYC'
>no-one buying it
what were they smoking?

>> No.70137979
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>Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Cray, Baidu & Taobao, a fuckton of other serious and large businesses
>no one buying it
Coping seething Intbeciles in a nut, l/a/dies and /g/entlemen.

>> No.70137981

It's an excuse to charge even more for their processors. Don't fall for jewish tactics anons!

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What kind of utterly brain-dead amoeba-tier brainless autistic cretin you have to be to buy a 7800$ Zion over a 1700$ THREADRIPPER that beats 98% of all 2S and 4S Zions out there while being much more efficient and backwards/forwards compatible at the same time, in this modern day and age? And that's not even mentioning EPYC, just the THREADRIPPER.

>> No.70138027
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>AMD's market share among OEMs increased from 9.8% in Q1 of 2018, to 15.8% in Q1 of 2019

>> No.70138072

>cut 14nm production expecting 10nm to be out the door before long
>it doesn't
The correct question to ask is why heads aren't rolling at Intel yet. This is epic proportions mismanagement.

>> No.70138090

Fixed your mistake.

>> No.70138101
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Thank goodness this corrupt piece of shit of a company is dying.

>> No.70138136

That pic's too old (it was made in Skylake times). We need a fresh update.

>> No.70138152
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>> No.70138166

Кaк тaм, в 2014-м?

>> No.70138178
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>Sirs, kindly do the audits, Sir

>> No.70138208

How is it there, in 2015?

>> No.70138227

attempting to stick to >>70138101 provided timeframe, because glassdorites with employer grievances from half a decade ago are relevant af, obv. Still, when AMD shill, the present cant be pleasant

>> No.70138241
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>when AMD
>present can't be glorious
It's fucking AMAZING right now, you dimwit. Literally THE best timeline. Even fucking BETTER THAN/SURPASSING K6~K8 days.

>> No.70138251
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Imagine if we get 7nm parts before a proper 10nm release.

>> No.70138283

Zen 2 RyZen 3xxx is June and July, THIRDRIPPER (official name that's AMD going to use, BTW) and first Navi are October. Inturd's 10nm is no earlier than mid-2020.

>> No.70138370

Intel is still in Skylake times and I'm still in Sandy Bridge times

>> No.70138428

Intel's 10nm is comparable to the 7nm AMD uses.

>> No.70138448
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Still a step back for them.

>> No.70138463

you forgot higher is better

>> No.70138472

Funny thing is I know for a fact they won't have 14 10 or 7nm supply issues worked out until 202x possibly later.
They are truely fucked

>> No.70138476

>company has no values
"People first, products and profit will follow!"
- Walter Jeremiah Sanders III
"Shareholders first, and idiots will still buy!"
- Every intel CEO
>a number of very good individual contributors
well, amd has experts in memories, GDDR design and HBM
amd has/had the best CPU design team
just check AMD64, K6, K7, Athlon x2, CPU interconnects
amd has the best GPU team, designing the most versatile gpu arch so far(that's not always a good thing though)
amd has the most advanced packaging line, the only one yet to deliver mass producing mcm CPUs, GPUs
>poor leadership
I don't see what's wrong with leadership. By deliberately not using dirty tactics to gain market share, fake results and get partnerships, doesn't make you a bad leader.
Ruiz was a great leader, getting ATi.
Meyer foresaw the fusion of CPU+GPU in one unified accelerator
Read steered Bulldozer to the right direction, so as not to be a complete failure, gained great contracts on opteron from companies like Cray, made AMD a custom asic designer, partnered with MS and Sony and took over the console market. Finally Read hired Jim "The KIKERIPPER" Keller, who started designing Zen as early as 2012 and finally put Lisa "Mommy" Su.

AMD did had one bad Idea that costed the company a few years in debt and bad sales.

>sack 1/2 the managers
Read reduced the operating cost of the company, so the company can survive. Laying off people in the middle of bad sales and strategy changing in order to avoid bankruptcy, is what gave us AMD today.

>cons: there's no HR department
That's a pro fagget.

>> No.70138480

you can't compare 7nm to something that doesn't exist.

>> No.70138580

>That's a pro fagget
HR Depots most good for married wimmins tho

>> No.70138748

>Intel is still in Sandy times
Fixed your mistake.

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>> No.70138887

Dude, you're LITERALLY trying to argue/respond to a pasta from mid-2015.

>> No.70138910

intel is still in skylake times LOL

>> No.70138937

The best timeline is the one where Intel gets dissolved.

>> No.70138952

delid dis

>> No.70138954

So, like, RIGHT NOW.

>> No.70138958

Can't wait for them to Conroe your ass with 3D stacked CPUs.

>> No.70138987
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>3D stacked
>puts RAM on top, literally deliberately making a greenhouse
The only ass that's going to be BTFO'd is Inturd's CEO's.

>> No.70138995

anons happy refuting away, just you leave him alone

>> No.70139014

haha t-that's nothing, goy

>> No.70139027

So basically Intel still offers the highest-performing CPUs.

>> No.70139031

make my post a pasta or a .webp, so that I don't have to write it again.

>> No.70139060


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Oh yeah? Hold me beer *changes THREADRIPPER to a cheap mid-tier EPYC 2*

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>> No.70140552

It's over anon, they have no P6 uarch to rebrand for the trillionth time.

>> No.70140664

>Multi-core doesn't matter!
>Productivity doesn't matter!
>Price/performance doesn't matter!
>Performance per watt doesn't matter!
>Power usage doesn't matter!
>Temperatures don't matter!
>Soldered dies don't matter!
>Stutters don't matter!
>Streaming doesn't matter!
>Data centers don't matter!
>Locked CPUs don't matter!
>OEMs don't matter!
>Hyperscalers don't matter!
>Upgradeability doesn't matter!
>Anti-competitive business practices don't matter!
>Locked platform features don't matter!
>Synthetic loads don't matter!
>PCI-e lanes don't matter!
>Burnt pins don't matter!
>Heat doesn't matter!
>1771w cooler doesn't matter!
>Server space doesn't matter!
>ECC support doesn't matter!
>Free RAID doesn't matter!
>NVMe RAID doesn't matter!
>StoreMI doesn't matter!
>IPC doesn't matter!
>7nm doesn't matter!
>StoreMI doesn't matter!
>HEDT doesn't matter!
>Stock coolers don't matter!
>Security doesn't matter!
>Games don't always matter!
>Enterprise doesn't matter!
>Hyperthreading doesn't matter!
>VMware doesn't matter!
>MySQL doesn't matter!
>Unix doesn't matter!
>Linux doesn't matter!
>Waffer yields don't matter!
>Benchmarks after full patches don't matter!
>Asian markets don't matter!
>Own fabrics doens't matter!
>Chipset lithography doesn't matter!
>Cray doesn't matter!
>Cisco doesn't matter!
>HPE doesn't matter!
>AZURE doesn't matter!
>5nm doesn't matter!
>TDP doens't matter!
>10nm doesn't always matter!
>Cache doesn't matter!
>Integrated graphics doesn't matter!
>PCI-Express 4.0 doesn't matter!
>Germany doesn't matter!
>Processors doesn't matter!
>Custom Foundry Business doesn't matter
>*NEW* Framerate doesn't matter!
>*NEW* Amazon sales don't matter!
>*NEW* Prime95 AVX doesn't matter!

>> No.70140680

ebyc ::::D::D:D:D:D

>> No.70140701
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Since when?

>> No.70140843


It’s not for gaymers

>> No.70140884

>blender cpu benchmark

>> No.70140915

>blender doesn't matter!

>> No.70140930

is this the latest list?

>> No.70140940


>> No.70141024

>cinebench doesnt matter

>> No.70141241

It's a good timeline but the BEST timeline is the one where Bulldozer didn't exist and we had Phenom III instead

>> No.70141345

Phenom III actually existed...in internal labs. And it was shown to be utter garbage (worse than Faildozer) due to them already hitting solid wall with Phenom II X6. They HAD TO make shit from scratch, because Phenom couldn't continue further. It was fucking done for.

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It's VERY afraid, folks.

>> No.70141458


>> No.70141489
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Didn't you watch/listen to Next HoriZen presentation?

>> No.70141556

I was shocked as shit Cisco picked them up for a UCS line. I thought for sure they were vendor locked to Intel.

>> No.70141563

With Intel defeated, maybe AMD will eventually defeat Nvidia too in the GPU market

>> No.70141564

Why do you people hate jewish lies and propaganda, corruption and bribes so much? :(

>> No.70141583

intel shills are literally paid to make those posts. they arent even subtle about it.

>> No.70141620

a 32nm Phenom III with modern instructions would've still be better than Bulldozer even if it hit wall at 4GHz

>> No.70141676

It wasn't a frequency wall which engineering samples of Phenom III hit in the labs, but IPC walls and power/heat envelope walls due to tech-process and lithography limitations at the time. The shit was literally done. Absolutely juiced to the end, with Phenom II X6 1100T. They PHYSICALLY couldn't go any further with that architecture, hence why Phenom III never got out of the labs. It was doomed.

>> No.70141718

But it doesn't make any sense, Phenom II already had better IPC than Bulldozer, they just had to add the missing instructions to it. All your information sounds like stuff pulled straight outta ass.

>> No.70141777

>Phenom II already had better IPC than Bulldozer
Bulldozer was developed AFTER they've seen that they can't do jack shit with Phenom III. Literally the ONLY two reasons why Fauildozer turned out so abysmal that even Phenom II X4 955 kicked it's ass, was strictly ONLY due to the inane FPUALU pseudo-core approach AND due to the fact no software was ready/be able to utilize the benefits of new HSA standards, which, OBVIOUSLY, schmucks which were governing AMD back at that time, didn't foresee at all. NO ONE could predict that entire FX platform would be such garbage.

>> No.70142309

>Senior packaging engineer
So some homo that designs the boxes?

>> No.70142566

U seem MA

>> No.70142707

You must be 18 or older to post on 4channel

>> No.70142916

There's no such site, please call it properly: 4 chins.

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>only 20 year old console ports matter

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>> No.70143145
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>> No.70143150

>28nm is not included

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I've fixed your mistake:

>> No.70143357

>I know for a fact
c'mon nigga share it

>> No.70143452


>Krasinich's CEO goals were to prevent AMD from getting to 15% marketshare EVER
>Q1 2019
>15.1% marketshare
>no answer to Gen1 EPYC
>no answer to Gen2 EPYC
>likely no answer to Gen3 EPYC

50% market share in enterprise HERE WE COME.

>> No.70143519

>80% market share in enterprise, 85% market share in gaymen PCs by 2022
Fixed your mistake.

>> No.70143694


Factor in that PS5 and Xbox2 will be Zen2 8c/16t parts and their successors are basically going to be Zen and Zen's successor forever.

>> No.70143877

>more performance
>more value
>but not more efficiency
Nobody cares, nobody will care

>> No.70143904

Considering that Nintendon't was also long-time partner of AMD and ATi since as far back as Super Famicom (or maybe even FDS, I don't remember well), I think they've fully realized by now what a huge mistake they did when they decided to go with garbage shit that is noVideo Tegra X1, this time around. Very likely that their next iteration of Switch, or a next gen in overall, will be using and AMD APU.

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Sure, Intbecile, sssuuuuurrrrreee:

>> No.70143923

Intels 14nm is smaller than tsmc "12nm"

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>> No.70143952

>doesn't know what efficiency means
>posts badly overclocked 1.5V consumer chip
Figured you're retarded

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Sure, Intbecile, ssshhhhuuuurrrreeee:

>> No.70144099

I don't see anything bad there, i'm sure those intel cpus are great seat heaters for that toilet.

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>> No.70144498

They'd have to be clinically retarded not to use Zen2 8core chiplet, 7nm will make Zen even more efficient

>> No.70144819

It's Nintendo so I'm not gonna hold my breath

>> No.70144906

delid, delap and chill it bro LOL
the genuine intel experience

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>> No.70144990

The tegra is the only off the shelf part available for Nintendo's intended power/performance envelope for the Switch. Similarly its why - right now - only AMD has the required IP's and design knowledge to build an APU with enough performance to fit into a home console. Not that Nvidia will ever get another console contract from sony or MS again after the shit they've pulled.

>> No.70145145

Is AMD ever gonna take the housefires crown from Intel? That 1770w chiller stunt was a fucking absolute SHITSHOW

>> No.70145255

>Is AMD ever gonna take the housefires crown from Intel?
Зaчeм быть кopoлём чyхaнoв?

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Jewtel Fears the Samurai

>> No.70145747

>retarded not to use Zen2 8core chiplet

I'd bet money that the next conslows are gonna be Ryzen 2600's

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>> No.70145781

>Ruiz was a great leader, getting ATi.

Hector Ruiz was a spic retard. He paid ATI double what they're worth.
Dirk Meyer was OK. Rory Read was almost as good as Lisa is.

>> No.70145814

wtf I love trannies now

>> No.70145869

Companies that don't have a choice but to buy servers that are made by companies that are nothing but jewtel cocksuckers, Dell servers generation are literally based on Intel CPU generations.
It's a matter of how good the support is, otherwise they wouldn't use overprices CPUs.

>> No.70145904

>Senior packaging engineer

>> No.70145927

>Dell servers generation are literally based on
Dell is moving to Zen, in large.

>> No.70146023

I have wizard apprentice powers Lvl 28

>> No.70146067

dumb intel macacos

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>> No.70146090

Migrating to epyc involves downtimes and boomer IT managers don't want to risk their retiremnt on that.

>> No.70146124

Here we go, I've awaited for this retarded "MUH downtime" BS FUD to be kicked in by someone.

>> No.70146165

Good thing reality contradicts you.

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>> No.70146768

>Funny thing is I know for a fact they won't have 14 10 or 7nm supply issues worked out until 202x possibly later.

Are they just throwing all their 14nm++ capacity at 28c Cascade Lakes this year in the hopes that cloud people buy 40-48c CLAPs and not 64c Romes?

>> No.70146824

Sopa de maccaco

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oh boy

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that name is absolutely perfect

>> No.70147033

I reckon 2021 after the new gpu is out because all their efforts are going into that possibly on a 7nm node
CPU side of things has stalled until Jim Keller makes a decent chiplet competitor to zen

>> No.70147040

Can it run HAXM yet?

>> No.70147057

>no Pentium Plutonium
fake news

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>> No.70147357

End of manufacturing process node shrinks and improvement
We gonna be stuck at 7-5nm for at least 5-10+ years until new 3nm and smaller with graphine quantumn meme and new archs that let CPUs run faster than the current 5ghz ceiling.
Even 7nm will probably top out at 6ghz going by the oc boys getting around that out on ln2 Vega 7nm and Zen 2
10ghz is still waaaaaaay off

>> No.70147373

Nerds have been bragging that graphine is next year for sure since 2013. It's never coming.

>> No.70147393

wow, this poll with almost 1000 votes proves it! amd wins again!

>> No.70147397

>you will see 32 cores go for $500 in just few years

>> No.70147428

>1 cores

>> No.70147430

Should I invest in AMD? Sizable chunk, talking maybe $30 grand.

I saw the price of AMD stock go through the roof these past couple years but I had always figured it was a bubble waiting to pop, and as stupid as it sounds that's mainly because I didn't really do much except compare the performance of their video cards to the Nvidia competition. If Intel really won't be able to get their issues with 10nm sorted out I can't see a future where AMD's stock doesn't triple.

That said there are more short bets on AMD than any other stock out there. It's literally at the top. They might know something that outsiders don't.

>> No.70147434

just undervolt it.™

>> No.70147440

>amd thinking they'll overtake xeon in server market
fuckin kek

>> No.70147493

amd is the tech company manifestation of the dunning kruger effect.

>> No.70147568

AMD had nothing to Nintendo needs in 2017

>> No.70147576

Su is a woman you dumb fag

>> No.70147587

I have yet to see epyc processors on azure and aws

All they have is intel

>> No.70147610

It's not clear yet how soon AMD plans to go to 12c+ chiplets, and it's rumored that the 64c Rome parts will have turbo clocks barely over 2 GHz to fit in their ~180W TDPs.
Unless you're talking Atom/Arm tier cores, $500 32c is likely a bit further away than you might hope.

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>> No.70147664

Big chips are on the way out, anon. You just can't hit good enough yields for flawless parts at 600-700 mm^2, especially on immature processes.

See: Cascade Lake AP being sold as 48c instead of the theoretical max of 56c.

>> No.70147675

Zen+ 32core Threadrippers will head down to $700-$800 range once Zen2 Threadrippers hit the street. Then once Zen 2+ Threadrippers hit the street, Zen+ 32core Threadrippers will come down to ~$500. My estimation is ~3-5 years.

>> No.70147735

Used market is one thing, but there won't be New-In-Box 2990WXs floating around even 2 years from now.
Nor should you even want to use one given how badly Zen 2 is going to age their power numbers or NUMA wonkiness.

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>> No.70147837

1950X are still available online for new. Heck, you can buy brand new sandybridge 2600K or even older stuff brand new today on Amazon.

>> No.70147863

Rome is 250W.

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>> No.70147938

kike- i mean yikes

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I'm glad I could clear this up for you.

>> No.70148094

Desktop sales projected to shrink this year but notebooks will see a slight bump
All depends on whether OEMs embrace AMD's mobile offerings
Probably best to short or wait

>> No.70148143

t. NEET who never works with large number of servers

>> No.70148656

Well it's like carbon fiber and euv it's gonna take a long time for costs to come down

>> No.70148749

The intel is a dual-CPU setup, they're fucked.

>> No.70148830

nintendo went tegra because amd had not a single competitive product at the time for the type of cpu/gpu they were looking at, and nvidia had a ready made part.

next refresh they may go amd may not, but it looks more likely yes then no.

>> No.70148857

one of the amd ceos sold off the mobile chip for cell phones, and signed a non compete.

this fucked amd harder than almost anything else. incompetent and shortsighted management at times, with some excellent long game management.

>> No.70148866

That list keeps getting bigger and bigger.

>> No.70148883

question, has AMD fixed VME instructions yet? I want to upgrade but I want to be able to use all my VMs

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>> No.70149816

Who said anything about migrating a deployment that already works? You have to replace things eventually though.

>> No.70149839

Foveros looks like progress on that front though. I think it's a really smart evolution of the MCM concept.

>> No.70150578

Suck dicks, kike.

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Please tell me this is fake made for April Fool's.

>> No.70150602

>so fucking slow
>2700X is literally in the +/- 5% (a margin of error) of the 8700K's territory

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Suck dicks and gas out, Intbecile.

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>he didn't invest 40+ k of dollarinos when it was at 1.8$ per share

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--> >>70138027 + >>70143452 ~ >>70143519 = >>70143694 * >>70143904.

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>Foveros looks like progress
>Yes, goy, let me just put that RAM on top of everything, you do like a nice hot greenhouse in your system don't ya? Just 8000$ per CPoo, goyim.

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>> No.70150703

Forevos is an absolute thermonuclear disaster. In side by side stacking you spread the heat over N spots, in vertical stacking you concentrate the heat of N dies in 1 point.

>> No.70150723

t3a.nano wen?

>> No.70150732

Don't forget the literal greenhouse due to cores and everything else being below the RAM that's set on it like a lid. Heat dissipation is nonexistent and can't escape, thus.

>> No.70150742

Why the fuck would you call a server chip "EPYC"?
Fucking AMD has the worst marketing team in the world

>> No.70150765

You forgot Jim 'shit wrecker' keller' is on Intel side, he has the money to outblow amd.

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U seem MA

>> No.70150788

So is there an AMD processor that can match single thread performance of a 5 year old intel yet?

>> No.70150801

No you don't understand Billy
I use Epyc on my pharmacy's server, but it took a lot of time to convince my dad it was better, because he's literally a Boomer and tech illiterate, just like 80% of small entrepreneurs, and Xeon sounds a whole lot more professional than Epyc

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>> No.70150840

>dat epyc™ ad campaign
sweet jesus, is that shite

>> No.70150843

so that's a no?

>> No.70150844

small businesses are maybe 1% of the market
microsoft, google, amazon, and a few chinese companies represent more than half of it, and amd has deals with all of them
if name alone is all that matters, then it was going to be a small client thatdoesnt know what they're doing anyways

>> No.70150857

Cry moar, kike.

Slit your wrists, Intbecile.

>> No.70150866

It's way more than 1%
And potentially losing out on a market share because of a stupid name is fucking stupid
Marketing is a real thing

>> No.70150898

Xeon does sound like something from a 50s sci-fi magazine and if I were a literal know-nothing boomer I'd be somewhat convinced by it as well. But let's be honest, many server chips have edgy or otherwise marmy retrofuturistic names, i.e.:
> Itanium
> Opteron
So you could say everybody is going for the same effect in one way or another.

>> No.70150905

It's a jab at Intel's EPIC, brainlet.

>> No.70150909

>Xeon does sound like
Zion. Kikery.

>> No.70150912

Xeon also sounds exactly like Zion and you know exactly what this means to your wallet.

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"Lol" indeed, you dumb, DENSE fuck:

>> No.70151197

can you read

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>> No.70151229

Nobody buys Intel.

>> No.70151243

You clearly can't, Intbecile.

>> No.70151246

why are you speaking like mario in lava

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t. http://images2.imagebam.com/3f/26/60/c63a8f1150545954.gif

>> No.70152634

literally everybody is buying it

intel has had only 5% of the datacenter market over the last year

five fucking percent, they were at 95%

the faggots at intel are finished, they spent their money on diversity instead of process and node

>> No.70152637

Only when you put two Intel CPUs against one Threadripper.

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>Only when you put two 24 core Intel CPUs that cost 5700$~7000$ each, against one ~1700$ Threadripper (meanwhile: FOUR of 15 core Intel CPUs, each of which costs 6000$~6700$, already lost hard to that said Threadripper)
Fixed your mistake

>> No.70152867

how will intel's ass recover!

>> No.70152889

Notice how it's Threadripper and not even any Epyc.
In other words
>how will Intel--
It can't. It's dying and it's afraid.

>> No.70152963

>24 core Intel CPUs that cost 5700$~7000$ each
What defense is there against such reckless kikery?

>> No.70153001

>tfw my OC 6600k gets more fps than that "epyc" turd
Lmao @ your life nerds

>> No.70153030

Becoming a #BETTERED human being?

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Sure it does, kid, ssshhhhuuuuureeee it dooooeeesssss:

>> No.70153117

based and dvorakpilled, tovarish

>> No.70153211

doesn't change the fact that the ATi acquisition was the greatest deal any company did the last 100 years.
The amount of patents and IPs they got in their hands changed the personal computing as we know it today.

>> No.70153218

Is that a concern when you have PBO?

>> No.70153220

just delid and delap it and then use a chiller :)

>> No.70153251


--> >>70143986.

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I am certain that his rig can beat ryzen.

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>> No.70153334

aaaaand /thread

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>the greatest deal any company did the last 100 years

>> No.70153418

>higher is better
more power = MORE POWER

>> No.70153564
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>full custom asic CPU/GPU services with ARM and x86 cores
got all the good console deals, almost a monopoly now
>IPs in memory
created HBM, put a nail in HBC's coffin
>Leader in HSA and hUMA systems
co-founded HSA foundation along with Arm
>ATi acquisition lead to the spin off which created GF
imagine having to deal with foundries in sub-28nm nodes
look at Intel.

yeah, I guess, I am full of shit.

>> No.70154101

When will AMD let me glue two 32c/64t threadrippers together for a 64c/128t monster to destroy the Xeon platinums?

>> No.70154118

trying too hard

>> No.70154140

nice trips
btw any idea how bulldozer wouldve stacked up (or piledriver/steamroller/excavator/etc) if they didn't share FPU? better than phenom but still worse than sandybridge? would've been better dont you think?

>> No.70154148

yea they only did it out of necessity, amd didnt have a tegra x1 equivalent at the time; now with zen it's more power efficient and stronger so no reason not to go with a low power zen2 core

>> No.70154162

>Pentium Stone
>Pentium Wood

>> No.70154177

>Great fireplace fuel! Ignites easily and stays lit longer!

>> No.70154194

2600x with PBO beats 6600k/7600k/8600k/9600k in ipc
only reason 76, 86, 96 beat it are due to frequency, but most people don't OC them, or don't buy the required parts to OC them, so they'd actually be better off getting a 2600 or 2600x.

>> No.70154202

hint: that's 2 (two) intel chips barely beating 1 (1) amd chip with much worse performance per core.

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>> No.70154211

This is missing some but I'll take it. 44th post is best post

>> No.70154232

>Not posting the "H" / hitler edit

>> No.70154237

a single CCX with 4 real good Zen2 cores at low clocks would be very fucking efficient + a very small package

>> No.70154249

I just want to be able to rent a TR or Epyc dedicated server for less than $200 a month ;_;

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>not posting Reichen

>> No.70154253

Ok, this is EPYC.

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a real one this time

>> No.70154287

Should be (((Higher is better)))

>> No.70154331

lmao, im so glad intel is fucking finished
anti-consumer pieces of shit

>> No.70154337

How come every idea guy or manager for Intel is a Jew...why dosent Intel put goys in leadership positions

>> No.70154408

Because they cannot compete with their superior Hebrew genes and brilliant intellect.

>> No.70155241

Reichzen, dumbfuck

>> No.70155328

>When will AMD let me glue two 32c/64t Threadrippers together for a 64c/128t monster
It's called Epyc 2.

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>how bulldozer would've stacked up
It couldn't.

>if they didn't share FPU
It'd be just 8 core Phenom (as in - actual Phenom III), but IPC/SCP-wise it'd still lose to Sandy.

>worse than Phenom II and worse than Sandy
Yep, that's exactly what Faildozer turned out to be.

>Would've been better
What you should always understand and remember, is that entire FX platform was LITERALLY AMD's equivalent of NetBUUUUURRRRRRRRst. Both Intel and AMD alike has fallen into the same trap-hole at a point of their production cycles in the past, literally the ONLY difference between the two being that Intel tripped over and fallen to the ground much earlier than AMD did, so Intel had time to recover and rise from ashes like a phoenix via Sandy. AMD is only recovering from their own "Pentium 4" that was FX, right now. But here is where the irony lies: Intel has hit a wall once again and they're essentially in a "NetBUUUUURRRRRRRRst 2.0" phase, while AMD, just like in the past, is at least 5 full years behind them on this particular factor. Where AMD is right now, is the exact point at which Intel was during the first Sandy days, while Intel is a the point of their own Phenom II X6 1100T/FX. And AMD's "NetBUUUUURRRRRRRRst 2.0" won't come anytime sooner than 2025 at the earliest. The roles were completely reversed, and it's Intel's time to suffer through on the market. Zen is AMD's Sandy. i9 9xxx and overpriced Xeons are Intel's FX.

>> No.70155513

Zen 2's CCX is 8 cores in a single package now. There's no reason to go lower for consoles, as PS 4 and Kusone already used 8 core APU Jaguars. If it's going to be APU, it's going to be 8 cores in one full CCX and a separate integrated graphical set of cores nearby. Also, TSMC's 7nm Zen 2 yields are roughly 98% of confirmed PERFECT bins, it'll be gold samples throughout the entire pricing line (from most lowest tiers to top), and only the leftover 2% of the faulty ones are going in the consoles.

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AMD is planning to officially call THREADRIPPER Mark III as "Thirdripper", so...

>> No.70155570

>Two Inturd shits with much worse price per performance
Fixed your mistake

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we should be afraid of the breaking records intel will do this time

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maybe if you arent poor and get rich like me you can actually afford the good stuff

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>> No.70156010

you dont even know what you are looking at kid

>> No.70156017

You're a lamer.

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>> No.70157289

why you even need 2 fucking epycs?

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To be a god.

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>> No.70157414

you're wasting ram my dude

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>> No.70157467

76.3tb of storage

please tell its all at least hentai

>> No.70157471

What a terriblr fucking slogan honestly. It sounds like a fucking edgy 9 year old.

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>> No.70157607

He's clearly hosting a console/arcade/PC game redump/.exe preservation database. Like, entire game base for PS 2 alone, which is something like 9k-some titles including all re-releases and region-specific entries, if not compressed into archives (rare .isos), is something like 14.8TB alone. And that's just PS 2, not counting dozens of other older and newer platforms, and especially PC game installation .exe as a separate entity of it's own (and there is currently 19200-some known/documented individual PC games existing out there since the very first day of video game developing industry's existence as a thing at all, according to GameFAQs and other databases such as MobyGames & etc). Collecting and preserving full game databases for consoles, arcades, and computers requires a FUCKTON of space.

t. 256TB of space in 8TB HDDs-kun (planning to move all that shit to 16TB HDDs when they become a mainstream thing).

>> No.70157712

What is this? Pokemon versions?

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>> No.70157875

>What you should always understand and remember, is that entire FX platform was LITERALLY AMD's equivalent of NetBUUUUURRRRRRRRst. Both Intel and AMD alike has fallen into the same trap-hole at a point of their production cycles in the past, literally the ONLY difference between the two being that Intel tripped over and fallen to the ground much earlier than AMD did, so Intel had time to recover and rise from ashes like a phoenix via Sandy. AMD is only recovering from their own "Pentium 4" that was FX, right now. But here is where the irony lies: Intel has hit a wall once again and they're essentially in a "NetBUUUUURRRRRRRRst 2.0" phase, while AMD, just like in the past, is at least 5 full years behind them on this particular factor. Where AMD is right now, is the exact point at which Intel was during the first Sandy days, while Intel is a the point of their own Phenom II X6 1100T/FX. And AMD's "NetBUUUUURRRRRRRRst 2.0" won't come anytime sooner than 2025 at the earliest. The roles were completely reversed, and it's Intel's time to suffer through on the market. Zen is AMD's Sandy. i9 9xxx and overpriced Xeons are Intel's FX.
I realize this. The issue is that reality won't catch up with intel until it's too late.

>> No.70157884

Performance per core matters more in real world enterprise settings than performance per dollar for the chip itself.
This is because most software is licensed on a per-core basis, rather than per-chip basis

>> No.70157905

>load average 29.97
Maybe you didn't need two of them? lol.

>> No.70157925

"Half the cost. Twice the performance."
Can your business afford NOT to switch?
It's time.

>> No.70158162

>Can your business afford NOT to switch?
under table deals where intel pays them to not switch to amd

>> No.70158172

spicy asian companies like AMD are taking over the reign from lame american compannies

>> No.70158337

Why is there a shortage?

We only know that they've cut off supply from the DIY market on purpose but notebooks and OEMs?

Did Intel ran out of sand or did one of their foundries blow up?

>> No.70158416

>Why is there a shortage?
Ultra-shitty yields of less than 40%. A fuckton of downright DEAD, completely useless, utter garbage bins. And that's while Zen+ has 88% of PERFECT (golden sample) yields, with TSMC's 7nm Zen 2 having them at solid 98%.

>> No.70158461

>Zen+ has 88%
Sorry, my bad, made a typo. It's actually 82%.

>> No.70158659

my peepee is hard

>> No.70158746

hi notch

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>Lisa Su:
>"This is not even remotely close to be my final form"
>*Unzips pants and whips out Zen 2/2+/3 Epyc/Starship*

>> No.70158807

essential Jim-posting

>> No.70158829

I just want to see her BTFOing adoredtv by revealing completely different models and prices and numbers than his table.

>> No.70159182

buy intel bls

>> No.70159251

I think only apple and disney can do that.

>> No.70159508


Intel is allocating its limited 14nm production towards massive pieces of silicon that are PITA to produce in mass quantities due to shitty yields. Anything that is larger than Kaby Lake/Skylake has at least 60-70% yields if not worse. That's why "F" SKUs started propping up which are chips that have defective iGPUs.

>> No.70159734

oh wow, this poll with 13000 votes proves it! amd wins again!

>> No.70159795

Daily reminder AYYYYMD hasn't had a better cpu than intel in 10+ years.

>> No.70160031

Until now

>> No.70160118

The price to performance of Ryzen is insane compared to Intel. I can buy an 8 core AMD processor that outperforms an 8 core Intel processor for less than half the price. AMD also has processors with decent integrated graphics, to the point where if you're only doing minor gaming like retro games or smaller games like Minecraft, Fortnite, and certain "e-sports" titles like CS:S or Overwatch, you won't need a dedicated video card. AMD is pushing the bar higher on what processors can be for low prices.

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>> No.70160209

delet this image

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wtf how did intel fall so hard so fast?

>> No.70160653

They were banking on being able to roll 10nm out by now. Maybe they'll be able to bring it back with their upcoming 7nm process.

>> No.70160721

>But Anon we haven't had real competition for over a decade and spending billions on R&D when we have the de facto monopoly over the industry with little to no competition isn't well regarded by the shareholders! Anon we need to cut costs to appease the shareholders! Cut the R&D budget we already own the market anyways.
>The competition massively invests in R&D and proceeds to outperform you in price and performance in your most important market segment, the server segment, in literally two generations of CPUs while you are haunted by the faults and security issues of a architecture you haven't changed since the early 2000s, while your 10nm architecture still doesn't have viable yields in waver production due to you cutting your R&D budget to appease the shareholders
>Oh Anon how could this happen? How could we only fall behind? We did everything right! How did this happen? Oh the humanity!

>> No.70160743

Why, would you rather have a crying cat edit?

>> No.70161653

she literally confirmed 8 cores and she literally confirmed 16 cores on her pcworld interview

all we have to wait is prices really

>> No.70162015

what ever,no different for old ryzen.
and more and more intels cpus going win,wait end of year.

tdp is just that high what is should be with more cores or clocks...none upgrade.!!!

looks same effect ike gpu sector, fury,vega and radeon vii...no different
well radeon vii was 7nm gpu, but not belive it! so lausy efficiency,and still slow!

ok, cputdp also same...there is anyhting new,just different name....i wonder how long amd can sell product with no profit..well looks that no longer...sooner or later its eat hole company and debt givens not tolerance more...end of 2020 is my guess.

hmm. i try really see different from ryzen 2000 series,but no....oh yeah... more cores..but is it only trend or commercial way.
you dont need more than total max 6 cores for gaming,even 4-core is enough. easily.
more than that is waist of cash, no matter how much its cost.

and,i still see not any goodies from amd 32-core cpu...erhh i mean where to use thouse??!! tell me..

200-cores cpu.... so what!

no help gaming,apzz or rendering...useless.

another hand, real pro rendering use always intels cpus...why??

well,buy them amd fans, you keep amd up and pay them callary...youself you give so little back.
except red fine main...lol

>> No.70162037



intel now is stealing amd motto's

>> No.70162861

based inteljeet pasta

>> No.70162968
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>BTFOing AdoredTV
But the madman was right all along.

>> No.70162973

>has ~40% yields
Fixed your mistake.

>> No.70162980

How is it there, in 2015?

>> No.70163283

I literally don't care what cores are made up of
all I know is Intel flagship processors are the best for gaming.

>> No.70163324

someone make a tomshardware graph
>number of exploits (higher is better)

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>Intel flagship processors are the best for gaming
Typical brainwashed Intbecile in a nut, l/a/dies and /g/entlemen.

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Is Zen2 going to be 7nm as well?
I really need AMD to unfuck this fucked market. Amazing how they forced Intel's hand to increase their core/thread count, even though Intel still charges a price premium for hyper-threading which is now an exclusive on a $500 i9 desktop processor.

>> No.70163400

>Is Zen 2 going to be 7nm as well?
>as well
It's the ONLY 7nm desktop CPU on the market right now, and will continue on being such for at least 1~1.5 year.
Same with GPUs, as noVideo fucked up royally and they're 1 full year behind Radeon on the tech-process.

>> No.70163450

Based AMD killing PC gaming. Why don’t think they’ll use it though, maybe a Vega/Zen 1 APU

>> No.70163506

>AMD killing PC gaming
Are you retarded? By including much better hardware in future consoles, AMD is ENFORCING graphical and gameplay fidelity evolution of future ports, meaning that PC gaming greatly BENEFITS from AMD being in consoles. AMD is setting the plank higher and higher each and every time, and it's thanks to AMD that we have BIOHAZARD 2 REmake and DMC 5, which are GORGEOUS on both the PC (when completely maxed) and consoles alike, and it'll only get much better from there on. You should THANK AMD eternally for bringing in GRAPHEN to consoles, which in itself brings GRAPHEN to PC inevitably.

>> No.70163685

Not from the US so I ask. Is It legal to promote they brand based on the opposite one?

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>> No.70163845

>Is It legal to promote they brand based on the opposite one?
I'm too lazy to plug in my external HDD with a collection of photos from last year's CES/Computex at which AMD's booth was LITERALLY a couple meters across from Intel's booth and AMD had slogans and themes plastered all over their booth which were openly directly shitting and pissing all over Intel. If anyone has these shaved, please post 'em for this anon.

>> No.70164242

Don't worry, Jim "Kikeripper" Keller went to jewtel because this time he btfo the jews so hard that even he felt sorry for them.

>> No.70164374

They moved their chipsets to 14nm and producing modems for apple. Not enough capacity for everything in adfition to shitty yields.

>> No.70164397

not a lawfag. it's legal if you don't make false advertisements or disparage so hard that it becomes libel. so it depends. those AMD slogans are probably fine, but not smart or witty.

>> No.70164548

>AMD slogans are probably fine, but not smart or witty
They're extremely smart and witty, Jude.

>> No.70164588

AMD has always been hypeking but their products are always weaker than intels after launch. Hope im wrong but jewtel will maintain its place most likely for long time.

>> No.70164613

Cheapest I found is $299/month in CAD dollars

>> No.70164616

not him, also not a lawyer - but those adverts really are fucking terrible. There is not a single iota of 'smart' or 'wit' in them. tldr, they're shit, and AMD-lets should feel embarrassed for themselves

>> No.70164628

>Xeon isn't Epyc
>Extremely Smart

>> No.70164659

Athlon64 was much better than P4 though.

>> No.70164674

>it works
>everybody is dropping the sinking ship that is Inturd and changing to Zen en masse
>fucking terrible
Wow, Schlomos, wow.

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right. should've called it 'Xeon (read Zion) will fall'

>> No.70165200

Imagine all the pink-haired pork at commiefornia weeping upon seeing it.

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>pink-haired pork

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>> No.70166209

I was about to post something but I can't find the screencap of brian krzanich of winning JUST awards.

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