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I bought my very first AMD CPU (well, APU, Athlon 5350) just few weeks ago ! Love it, cheap and powerful. Always got Intel. Go AMD ! GO !
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Whatever it is AMD is only a tool for me to get Intel/Nvidia to release a better product for me to buy. Thats the only thing in AMD I see.

You own two AMD GPUs according to your system specs, so yeah whatever kookoo.gif

BTW Am willing to bet Polaris will smack Pascal around if some conditions are met i.e Pascal and Polaris are both Compute heavy; reason being nvidia have skipped a couple generations of HPC and are behind hardware wise, but not software. The other one is AMD 14nmFF is looking to be in much better shape over nvidia 16nmFF. Me also thinks AMD hiring from TechReport, Tomshardware and others is a damn good call, these people know the gaming industry well and is probably why we've been seeing some good moves by AMD/RTG recently thumb.gif
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Greater than*


*40.1% in select benchmarks
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Wouldn't an increase in IPC be the same percentage in all benchmarks that actually test for IPC.
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Wouldn't an increase in IPC be the same percentage in all benchmarks that actually test for IPC.

Not really, because each instruction has its own latency in cycles it takes to execute and some instructions move more data than others, etc. AMD can improve certain parts of the core by adding more resources and optimizing and either not touch or detract from other parts that are used less or deemed not as important. Floating Point IPC could get a 40-50% increase in IPC while integer cores could gain nothing in the design. A benchmark that stresses one portion the most would see larger gains than a benchmark that stresses a portion that wasnt upgraded.
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So, when is it time to buy AMD stock? After the market crashes? Or when they hit even lower throughout the rest of the week because of bad Q4 numbers? Enticing!

As someone that owns a boatload of AMD stock, it's the equivalent to riding the Tower of Terror without a seat-belt harness 4x a day while holding a slushy.
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We know that the 40 % increase won't show up in sysmark tongue.gif. *hue hue hue*
 
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post #47 of 99
We really need AMD\ATI...

Otherwise we will be paying top dólar for Intel Quad core CPUs and nVIDIA mid tier GPU´s.

Again, we all should support AMD. Without then low/mid hardware performance parts will be way more expensive.

I needed a cheap notebook for home basic use, Intel Celeron and AMD APU prices where equal.

I went for AMD APU E1 6010 10W to support AMD. Intel whould be a little faster, yes it was, but i feel the need to support the underdog.

In the end i just loved this low end APU, just 10W, dont make noise or heat nothing, and run internet\vídeo stuff so easy,

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Whatever it is AMD is only a tool for me to get Intel/Nvidia to release a better product for me to buy. Thats the only thing in AMD I see.

Edited by jclafi - 1/20/16 at 6:17am
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Originally Posted by jclafi View Post

We really need AMD\ATI...

Otherwise we will be paying top dólar for Intel Quad core CPUs and nVIDIA mid tier GPU´s.

Again, we all should support AMD. Without then low/mid hardware performance parts will be way more expensive.

I needed a cheap notebook for home basic use, Intel Celeron and AMD APU prices where equal.

I went for AMD APU E1 6010 10W to support AMD. Intel whould be a little faster, yes it was, but i feel the need to support the underdog.

In the end i just loved this low end APU, just 10W, dont make noise or heat nothing, and run internet\vídeo stuff so easy,

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We already are really. Look at Intel's last earnings. The margins are crazy.
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We already are really. Look at Intel's last earnings. The margins are crazy.

AMD's margins are actually the highest in the entire industry, especially their business product...

Thus the numbers.
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You own two AMD GPUs according to your system specs, so yeah whatever kookoo.gif

BTW Am willing to bet Polaris will smack Pascal around if some conditions are met i.e Pascal and Polaris are both Compute heavy; reason being nvidia have skipped a couple generations of HPC and are behind hardware wise, but not software. The other one is AMD 14nmFF is looking to be in much better shape over nvidia 16nmFF. Me also thinks AMD hiring from TechReport, Tomshardware and others is a damn good call, these people know the gaming industry well and is probably why we've been seeing some good moves by AMD/RTG recently thumb.gif
Actually I hate that E-350 Brazos rig, it is a trash.

As for 7790, it is my only AMD GPU. I get it to try it, but I am getting back to Nvidia sadly.
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