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market share n money, what can be sued will be sued
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post #12 of 101
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Originally Posted by huzzug View Post

https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2016/08/16/correcting-some-mistakes/
I guess more shots were fired
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It’s great that Intel is now working on deep learning. This is the most important computing revolution with the era of AI upon us and deep learning is too big to ignore. But they should get their facts straight.

LMAO.
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LMAO...entertainment.
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This is the dumbest thing I've seen in years

"GIMME MONEY"

"NO U"
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Did AMD do this same exact thing? I think around the core duo era something like passmark or pcmark heavily favored intel cpus and they would advertise it everywhere.
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Did AMD do this same exact thing? I think around the core duo era something like passmark or pcmark heavily favored intel cpus and they would advertise it everywhere.
3Dmark 2003, IIRC.
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Originally Posted by huzzug View Post

https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2016/08/16/correcting-some-mistakes/
I guess more shots were fired

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A single strong server with numerous powerful GPUs delivers superior performance than lots of weak nodes, each with one or two sockets of less-capable processors, like Xeon Phi.
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The one he's referring to was a recent one when AMD complained (surprise) about Intel using benchmarks not representatives of real world performances to up sell their products. There was a thread even on the forum so I'm not surprised by this
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Pot meet kettle.
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