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Do you see the title of the slide. APU join CPU in server maket. Like I said AMD is taking APUs across there whole line of products.
I dont know what point you are trying to make anymore. Again, I said AMD has no plans for CPUs after Vishera. Can you find any?
All im saying is that AMD has no plans for CPUs after vishera. They plan to take APUs into the sever maket as well. How fast they do it, I dont know.
Again, I still dont see what point you are trying to make.
I quite clearly provided proof that 28nm CPUs are still going to be in production after Vishera.
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post #62 of 68
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THis is a leaked roadmap. This is directly from AMD. Yes they have CPU architecture but after 2013 it will only be seen in their APU chips. They plan for their servers to be APUs as well by then. They announced all this at their fusin developer summit.
Why dont you read up on it instead of trying to get me to find the proof for you. I dont have to prove anything. AMD has said it themselves.
Since you are incapable of doing research yourself and just assuming what you think is right, here is an article.
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AMD is staying busy and nimble, but they are at the tender mercies of the foundries at this time. Vishera does look to be a good upgrade from the original Bulldozer, and it will improve its standing among manufacturers and consumers alike. While it will not match Intel’s Ivy Bridge in pure performance, it does look to close the gap and be a true successor to the popular Phenom II line from AMD. This may not drive enthusiasts back into AMD’s corner, but it will certainly stop a lot of the negative press and the bleeding of die-hard AMD fans into the Intel camp. Vishera does look to be the last desktop based AM3+ part. Past Q3 of 2013, I believe that AMD will focus primarily on the APU for all desktop applications, and start pushing those products into the server market. AMD will continue to produce non-integrated parts for the server market through 2014, but I do believe that they will push the APU into the high end as well. This makes sense as the ecosystem for heterogeneous computing is growing and should be much more mature during that timeframe. Now we only need to see if AMD can keep up with Intel with their new design philosophy, and their reliance on 3rd party foundries to actually produce these designs.
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Again, AMD announced all of this at their FDS. AMD is moving towards APUs and APUs only. They believe that APUs are the future of computing.
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Nowhere in that article did I read that they were abandoning the FX lineup. All it said was a change in strategy and a focus on APUs. Which we already knew.
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Do you see the title of the slide. APU join CPU in server maket. Like I said AMD is taking APUs across there whole line of products.
I dont know what point you are trying to make anymore. Again, I said AMD has no plans for CPUs after Vishera. Can you find any?
All im saying is that AMD has no plans for CPUs after vishera. They plan to take APUs into the sever maket as well. How fast they do it, I dont know.
Again, I still dont see what point you are trying to make.
The only server APUs are slated to replace the low end Opterons. The high end Opterons will still be CPU only.
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Nowhere in that article did I read that they were abandoning the FX lineup. All it said was a change in strategy and a focus on APUs. Which we already knew.
The only server APUs are slated to replace the low end Opterons. The high end Opterons will still be CPU only.

I'd be surprised to see another FX chip from AMD after Vishera. We'll just have to wait and see.
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post #64 of 68
Bumb because I want to see this become reality.

I am still going to go with Trinity for now. Upgrade later if all this is true.


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FX series is over after Vishera. There are no plans for FX after Piledriver.
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AMD has repeatdly denied this, they said no changes in the roadmap for 2014/14, and it makes sense considering these chips are already designed, if anything I expect AMD to kick on stop out of the HSA integration and pull in the final phase on generation earlier. FX cpu's will benefit from this, though they will likely just be server optimized cpu's using apu's cores, which imho is fine. I have a 8 core cpu now, I'd like a 16core cpu in the future.
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I will buy one. Fact.
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I will buy one. Fact.

Old article is out of date.
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post #68 of 68
APUs will be AMDs strong point IMO

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