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I think no one here reads the articles. And this was posted a couple of days ago. Maybe not the same source but basicly the same content.
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If they are de-emphasizing CPU performance then this means they will not be competing in servers and HPCs where IPC and performance per watt matter the most.

Competing in servers? Bulldozers (and opteron overall) has bean awsome in servers, they even have computer clusters on the top 500 super computer list. Bulldozers been doing good things in the workstation server market. They will continue, and thats why they will contiue to make desktop cpus- because the chips are the same. I have no worries. Intel is the one trouble- amds taking the ultrathin market however much intel touts its 'ultrabooks' arm is taking big chuncks of the pc markek, even more with woa. Amds wrecking in the server market, intels got to be careful.
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Not good, now Intel is going to charge more than $1K for their top end processors.
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if you read the article you would realize that he was talking about moving to cloud computing...
 
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Competing in servers? Bulldozers (and opteron overall) has bean awsome in servers, they even have computer clusters on the top 500 super computer list. Bulldozers been doing good things in the workstation server market. They will continue, and thats why they will contiue to make desktop cpus- because the chips are the same. I have no worries. Intel is the one trouble- amds taking the ultrathin market however much intel touts its 'ultrabooks' arm is taking big chuncks of the pc markek, even more with woa. Amds wrecking in the server market, intels got to be careful.

AMD is not "wrecking" in server market.
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AMD lost in the server and workstation segment where it is now at 5.5 percent, which was down 1.5 points. Intel is overwhelmingly dominant with 94.5 percent (up 1.5 points).

Server cares about performance per wattage than initial purchase price, which is AMD weakness right now.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-intel-cpu-processor,15041.html
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Not good, now Intel is going to charge more than $1K for their top end processors.
Too late....
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VIA is next on the high end market, i can feel it
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Competing in servers? Bulldozers (and opteron overall) has bean awsome in servers, they even have computer clusters on the top 500 super computer list. Bulldozers been doing good things in the workstation server market. They will continue, and thats why they will contiue to make desktop cpus- because the chips are the same. I have no worries. Intel is the one trouble- amds taking the ultrathin market however much intel touts its 'ultrabooks' arm is taking big chuncks of the pc markek, even more with woa. Amds wrecking in the server market, intels got to be careful.

AMD is not "wrecking" in server market.
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AMD lost in the server and workstation segment where it is now at 5.5 percent, which was down 1.5 points. Intel is overwhelmingly dominant with 94.5 percent (up 1.5 points).

Server cares about performance per wattage than initial purchase price, which is AMD weakness right now.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-intel-cpu-processor,15041.html

I thought you were right when i saw this, but the i saw the benchies. The opteron is much cheaper then those xeons! I know the server market cares alot about power use, but i know for smaller companys like the one my dad runs the biggest thing is actully what the frist investment will be. Always. The power use was not horrable. Worse, not horrable. What what horrable was the ripoff price intels got.
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I thought you were right when i saw this, but the i saw the benchies. The opteron is much cheaper then those xeons! I know the server market cares alot about power use, but i know for smaller companys like the one my dad runs the biggest thing is actully what the frist investment will be. Always. The power use was not horrable. Worse, not horrable. What what horrable was the ripoff price intels got.

Opteron is an excellent choice for small business like you said. But most server is about corporate size, in that case power consumption makes a huge difference (extra consumption adds up). They don't replace their server every one or two years.
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It would be a bit premature to assume that AMD is not developing chips that are at least somewhat performance-competitive, but there is a clear shift in thinking that appears to be moving away from Intel being the focus to the building threat from ARM chip makers, including Nvidia.

In other words, APUs. They'll probably crank out CPUs for a few more years and then APUs will take over, it's just a different mindset since they're preparing for the mobile market.

We've known this for months now. Nothing to see here people.
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