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Clearly AMD just needs to hire you to succeed. What have they been thinking?

Hey, no damned personal attacks, you know the rule.

I did NOT want your endorsement or to be sullied by your sarcasm.
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Well going for more efficient shared resources is actually very innovative. That it had the worst execution ever however is another story entirely.


No, saying AMD executed Bulldozer is a pretty accurate statement. It originally had SMT headders that caused it to run single tasks more slowly but let it keep up in performance in SMT but back then we were a single task gaming world...

They have a very very poor record of second guessing their brilliant and innovative first tries.
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Hey, no damned personal attacks, you know the rule.

I did NOT want your endorsement or to be sullied by your sarcasm.

You have been sullied sir. SULLIED I SAY!
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Saw PC Gamer's article a couple weeks ago:
http://www.pcgamer.com/amds-solid-state-graphics-sports-a-whopping-1tb-of-capacity/?utm_content=buffer3e9b6&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=buffer_pcgamerfb

Hmmmm, on-board non-volatile cache. Very neat. Liked the mention of 3d xpoint flash. Regardless of the security risks inherent in non-volitile working memory, I'd love to see a GPU with a 3D Xpoint or similar used as a sort of non-volatile cache working in concert with the much faster HBM2. A game or project could dump it's textures uncompressed to large on-board 3D Xpoint(or similar) cache, and then HBM2 or GDDR5X as working memory for the GPU.
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This is based on the 490/490X?
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nVidia does not have to be innovative it just wait for cool ideas from AMD, than put 30% premium on same product and people buy it.
 
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