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If you look at the diagram it actually shows 32 CPU cores, the chip is being developed for the HPC market though.
This picture makes it really look white:
If they are aiming for Sandy Bridge IPC it will be a fail.
This isn't going to be a consumer chip though if you read the article(s).
Some more pics were just released:
I think I found out why the CEO says "nobody uses SSDs for storage"
Source: http://www.kitguru.net/components/hard-drives/anton-shilov/ceo-of-seagate-nobody-uses-ssds-for-storage/
But the context is irrelevant in the discussion we are having (GPU Pricing Trends). Just because it is essential for a computer to function, doesn't make it an essential good. Most products you find from a hobby are luxury goods. Which means most computer components are luxury goods. You do not explicitly need them. While they might make life easier or more enjoyable, they are not actually required to survive. Which means, a company charging a certain price for a product...
Source: http://digitimes.com/news/a20150729PD219.html
How am I bringing it off topic. You were the one who brought up the fact that they are price gouging. You can't really price gouge when it is not an essential good. A $1000 graphics card is a luxury good, it's not meant for people who cannot afford it. Therefore the people who cannot afford it have no right to complain about the price of it because it wasn't mean't for them in the first place. It sells well at the price, to the people who have more disposable income. If...
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