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Just to be clear, I didn't post this with intent of trolling. I just wanted to report this fact.

Plus I love AMD.
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Amd really needs more advertising. I cant even think of the last amd commercial ive seen , but i see intel all the time. people dont know who they are anymore
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Amd really needs more advertising. I cant even think of the last amd commercial ive seen , but i see intel all the time. people dont know who they are anymore
well I do know one thing for sure, they wont have enough money for it, they have to dug themselves out of the pit first.
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I've said this a billion times and I'll say it again.

AMD has 10,000 employees total. Intel has 100,000. The fact that AMD can even produce processors that compete with Intel's mainstream processors is HIGHLY impressive.

And if Intel had a revenue of 11 Billion yet has 100,000 employees and AMD has a revenue of 1 billion yet has 10,000 employees.. do the math.

your confusing gross and net revenue.
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And only games.
You're right, multi-threaded performance is Bulldozers biggest downfall. You are very knowledgeable.
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this is a horrible state of affairs. AMD's revenue for Q4 2012 is 68% of Q4 2011 revenue. they are getting hammered by Intel and Nvidia. AMD's marketing is pathetic. AMD has virtually no presence in the server market which has the biggest margins. the low end netbooks are getting eaten by the cool and sexy tablets from APPLE, SAMSUNG and GOOGLE. Intel is also feeling the effect but to a lesser extent because Intel's exposure in the low end had reduced in the last 2 years. Atom was not performing well against Brazos. One of the things which happened in the last 2 years was AMD was losing marketshare in the high end and mid range desktop and notebook market but taking market share from Intel in the low end netbook and entry level PC market. So AMD clearly were going to take the biggest hit when the tablets ate into the netbook market and low end desktop market . this is precisely what is happening. To make things worse AMD screwed he HD 7000 series with horrible marketing , poor drivers / performance allowing Nvidia to get the marketing crown and make a killing on Kepler. It was too late in the game when AMD really addressed performance / stability issues. By that time Nvidia had cleaned up all the sales for 2012.

this is AMD's 2013 to do list.

1. Deliver Temash / Kabini in Q2 with real volume availability (not some stupid paper launch) . With Temash AMD can now go after the tablet market . But they have to get design wins and do a good job with marketing their product with OEMs.
2. Deliver HD 8000 series in early Q2 with good performance, stable drivers and excellent price performance. AMD needs to go for aggressive pricing. Nvidia has the superior brand. so price performance is critical in getting customer to pick AMD. At the same price and performance consumers will mostly go Nvidia.
3. Deliver on Kaveri and Steamroller FX CPUs in Q3 (though its more a q4 release). they need to pull in the release schedule and deliver good price performance.
4. Execute on the next gen consoles and have enough chips to sell for the upcoming Xbox and Playstation.

For 2013 AMD needs to execute on multiple fronts otherwise they will bleed to death soon. they can't keep burning cash the way they are doing now. it would be a say day for the PC industry if AMD goes down.
Edited by raghu78 - 1/22/13 at 9:26pm
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Hopefully the next gen consoles help out AMD. For those of you who are happy about this you shouldn't be. It's good if AMD is doing good, it means more competition for Intel which means better products and lower prices for consumers whether you're buying AMD or Intel.

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I dont know why AMD (ATI) is losing to Nvidia. What is Nvidia doing more. They are not even on top anymore. Are people still ignorant and buy Nvidia GPUs without looking at what ATI has to offer? I feel like ATI alone should be able to keep AMD possitive but it seems AMD is sinking it with them.
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I dont know why AMD (ATI) is losing to Nvidia. What is Nvidia doing more. They are not even on top anymore. Are people still ignorant and buy Nvidia GPUs without looking at what ATI has to offer? I feel like ATI alone should be able to keep AMD possitive but it seems AMD is sinking it with them.

Someone just told me today:
He builds systems and the people that he builds them for generally tend to shy away from the choice of AMD because they've "heard of Intel". There is a huge power in advertising.
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Someone just told me today:
He builds systems and the people that he builds them for generally tend to shy away from the choice of AMD because they've "heard of Intel". There is a huge power in advertising.

Pretty much this. When I was first interested in building my own PC, I researched Intel solely because I have heard of them and knew who they are. I had a HP laptop at the time with this weird thing called an "AMD Athlon x2" inside according to a sticker. Embarrassingly enough, I thought that was the GPU or something at the time. blushsmiley.gif
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