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I wouldn't put it past nV to mount 8 HBM1 on a poser and run a fake 2048 bit wide bus with a 1024 bit wide controller. Whatever they release will be 12.2/12.0 compliant and run faster than a 970. Since the 980/970/X arent even fully 12.0 compliant they'll disable the software work-arounds for unsupported features and leave all you poor ducks who bought lies to buy new $500 cards.




To you nutbags that think nV is winning OR that intel and nV control the standards; AMD is about to change the way computers work AGAIN. intel and nV have had very very little input this time.

That article is full of "dominance talk" but is total BS. AMD removed north-bridge/south-bridge. AMD implemented hypertransport. AMD implemented sub-core. AMD made the first APU's. AMD made DX12 happen and provided 60+% of the code for it. AMD proved HBM to the market. AMD was the first to near linear performance from multiple cards. AMD was the first to six cores.

If AMD hadn't kicked intel's kanasta in court, nVidia wouldn't have even existed. AMD is responsible directly or through their actions for 75% of what we have in our boxes today.

Don't believe me? Look up BTX. Read up on the fight 3Dfx had with intel over SLi that AMD sent lawyers to help 3Dfx win.



This post is worthy of the AMD front page. I am also running to the bank now to drain my accounts. I want to invest heavily in AMD because they are the pinnacle of human evolution. I do not know how we, society, as a whole have managed before they did all these wonderful things. I had tears in my eyes reading this! I am so emotional .... I need to stop here.
 
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This post is worthy of the AMD front page. I am also running to the bank now to drain my accounts. I want to invest heavily in AMD because they are the pinnacle of human evolution. I do not know how we, society, as a whole have managed before they did all these wonderful things. I had tears in my eyes reading this! I am so emotional .... I need to stop here.

That post made even me scratch my head. rolleyes.gif

I mean, hes not wrong on some points but the way he said those...oh my.
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This post is worthy of the AMD front page. I am also running to the bank now to drain my accounts. I want to invest heavily in AMD because they are the pinnacle of human evolution. I do not know how we, society, as a whole have managed before they did all these wonderful things. I had tears in my eyes reading this! I am so emotional .... I need to stop here.

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After reading posts like that, sometimes i hope there really is such a thing as paid shills. It's more disconcerting to know they do it because they truly believe the things they say.
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From what we know that could have been 3d printed or not in a working condition.
It's like I saw in a Lamborghini documentary where they built an exact model of one of the their cars...out of wax.

Everybody who was interested got HBM samples, I don't understand why you try to make it sound like such a huge deal when it's not.
The only company that is being supplied whit HBM chips right now it AMD, who actually uses them in real and working products.

Right, so you know more than the industry sources in the article which said Hynix is in fact supplying Nvidia?
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Right, so you know more than the industry sources in the article which said Hynix is in fact supplying Nvidia?

It looks like yes.
First I said nothing wrong, Hynix is really supplying AMD and not even at the level AMD needs.
Second the article is based on anonymous "sources" and it doesn't present any details.
Third Nvidia most likely only got samples from Hynix.

Again I don't understand what's so incredible about the fact that Nvidia has been testing HBM samples.
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