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post #11 of 47
I will keep saying it. Trinity is going to be HUGE.
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post #12 of 47
Reading this makes me excited for this next decade regarding technology. biggrin.gif
 
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post #13 of 47
I hope AMD never becomes a "killer". That mentality is not healthy...

I do believe AMD will continue their success with or without Read. Hopefully he will move AMD in the right direction without destroying the good that currently exists. Many an overly optimistic CEO has destroyed a good company with radical changes for quick profits to make Wall Street happy and thus bump their own compensation with stock options.

Building on AMD's strength and reducing it's weaknesses is a wise long term Biz strategy IMO. We'll see if Read can deliver. He needs GloFo and TSMC to consistently deliver for it to happen however.
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AMD will beat Intel again this year with Trinity on the Apu/Igp market !.I expect trinity's graphics part to be 100% or more faster than Ivy thumb.gif.
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Trinity is a nice leap forward and will maintain the excellent sales and performance that Llano and the other APUs have generated.
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Originally Posted by bossie2000 View Post

AMD will beat Intel again this year with Trinity on the Apu/Igp market !.I expect trinity's graphics part to be 100% or more faster than Ivy thumb.gif.

I would sure hope so given that AMD also makes graphics cards. If AMD ever settles into second/last place in this area, then they (and we?) should be very concerned.
    
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as a laptop gamer

would u rather have a great processor and a bad GPU going with Intel.
or a good processor with a good gpu going with AMD.

it dont matter if u got an i9 Extreme, if the graphics solution is weak, then it ruins the whole experience.
    
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Originally Posted by dlee7283 View Post

as a laptop gamer
would u rather have a great processor and a bad GPU going with Intel.
or a good processor with a good gpu going with AMD.
it dont matter if u got an i9 Extreme, if the graphics solution is weak, then it ruins the whole experience.

Sure thing.

A decent clocked Piledriver 4 core will be more than enough CPU power to ride by side Trinity GPU.
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I would prefer to have a "great" processor and a discrete GPU, personally.
    
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I would prefer to have a "great" processor and a discrete GPU, personally.

On a budget to semi budget laptop? Good luck.
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