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post #11 of 82
Don't forget AMD is fabless.

A lot of intel's R&D money went to making new nodes.
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Looks good to me. thumb.gif
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post #13 of 82
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

So in the picture...2016-2017 means "Q4 two thousand sixteen paper launch, Q2 two thousand seventeen availability" and 2017 really means "Q4 two thousand seventeen availability" Intel will be what, on their 2-3rd gen CPU @ 14nm when AMD is launching their first 14nm CPU... Not trying to smash AMD, I believe the company still has some good life left in them but gosh they're moving at a snails pace...
So is nGreenia with the adoption of 14nm and about everyone else who needs large volume production of 14/16nm.
Intel has their own fabs and tons of $$$.

Sure CPU wise AMD kind of died for many people in recent years. 8 core Zen for a decent price could be a tempting option.
post #14 of 82
Just unlock all the chips AMD. You make consumer happy in every segment.
post #15 of 82
So basically if Zen is a "success", we can expect actual good products in the GPU/CPU front from AMD in what, 2020+? I'm serious. Pretty sure Zen will just be OK, but good enough to bring some revenue, Vega can't possibly be competition to nVidia with how things are going right now, Navi is an arch that like Vega is likely compromised due to low R&D, that leaves Zen+ and whatever comes after Navi if AMD has enough resources to be competitive with it, so... yeah, maybe it was a rhetorical question.
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If they have a product that can beat a 3570k, while not costing more than the kaby lake i5, I will likely bite. I've yet to notice any situations where my 3570k is holding me back, but I'm not going to go backwards and I won't spend more than I would on unlocked KL i5. Only reason I may upgrade is to promote competition, newer chipset features, and because 4 years at 4.3ghz, I would assume takes a toll on longevity.
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post #17 of 82
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Don't forget AMD is fabless.

A lot of intel's R&D money went to making new nodes.

True, but said nodes are directly related to Intel's CPU hegemony over the last decade, as illustrated by the current status of Intel being at 14nm (Core/Xeon) vs 32nm (AMD FX) on the desktop.

In contrast, AMD is contractually shackled to whatever Global Foundries spits out and has far less input as to its characteristics.
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Just unlock all the chips AMD. You make consumer happy in every segment.

They will, Odds are. It's one thing they had more to offer than Intel when it came to the high end line, was all of their FX CPUs were unlocked.

an 8c/16t CPU at 95w? Count me in. Zen releasing the same time Kaby lake is out, and Kaby lake is just an efficient stage of it's new 3 product life cycle. This will be interesting. Here's to hoping that AMD has a great chipset. That's one place where they always lacked and always had other partners' chipset in for it, such as USB 3, M.2, USB 3.1, SATA Express, etc. But I do understand that they don't have the kind of money that Intel has. So I guess core functions of chipsets would be just fine with partners' chipsets.
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post #19 of 82
And please give us solder on ihs
post #20 of 82
So more like 2018-2019
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