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i found a use!

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this is a BIG middle finger to their customers
I'm glad I'm done with this abomination of a company

Well now, Mr Edgy Redster, tell us how you really feel about corporations, seeing as how none of us would have computers without them...
Edited by SpacemanSpliff - 9/23/17 at 1:19pm
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Well now, Mr Edgy Redster, tell us how you really feel about corporations, seeing as how none of us would have computers without them...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENIAC

Ah yes, the US Army, that world-famous corporation.
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Interesting strategy. Less coars. Not sure I'll be able to hold out before the single cores drop. Single core no HT is going to be amazing.
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And then we have this i3. ....

I'm as baffled as most by this. Looking at what Intel has been doing since the Ryzens and Threadrippers have been coming about, the most valid theory I have... this boils down to left over primal ape instincts. Hear me out and imagine David Attenborough narrating for your amusement's sake...

"Intel is the aging, but not quite old, alpha male in this monkey colony. One that has become rather complacent and comfortable being the Alpha after being relatively unchallenged for the last 10+ years. The Alpha, Intel is accustomed to it being easy to stay in place as the king of the desktop CPU jungle canopy. But what's this? The longtime beta male AMD is coming about again. And he's being flirtatious and even impressing some of the consumer female monkeys. Intel is finally taking notice of AMD again. Now that the beta male AMD has taken a halfways decent step in the right direction towards being competitive and threatening Intel's dominance, he has a rash, panicked, and aggressive reaction. Intel is freaking out, running about screaming "Look at what we can do that you can't!?!?" and flinging poop everywhere. Poop, like this, an 'Enthusiast class X series' badged i3. No rhyme or reason other than flailing about and overreacting to AMD, Intel is desperately trying to assert his dominance with a grand spectacle of nonsense.... But... will the longtime beta AMD blink? Will he stand his ground? Will Intel's overreaction cost him?" ....fade to commercial....

That's all I got, but it seems like a valid metaphor to me.

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Intel is way too late for April fools day
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Note to self. No more dual cores.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENIAC

Ah yes, the US Army, that world-famous corporation.

Not really an accurate statement. The theoretical ideas were already resolved and that knowledge was out there on both sides of the pond. Early prototypes and functional completes also existed in the US and in Europe in advance of the Dept of the Army hiring folks to build ENIAC. In addition, who fabricated all the parts? Contracted manufacturers... much the same as today, multiple corporations are involved in the design, development, and manufacture of components.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atanasoff%E2%80%93Berry_computer

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colossus_computer
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If true, this has to be the biggest joke of a CPU ever. It's hard to even consider a conceivable idea.


You all dont seem to understand how the cpu industry work. The plan of dual cores to 12 cores in HEDT isnt something that ppl pop up suddenly and they can produce it immediately. Intel have all these ideas planned way back in 2015 or even before. This was in anticipation that AMD was nth but a joke. They expect AMD not to be any way competitive for many years to come, or probably, forever.



Fast forward to 2017, all of sudden AMD caught Intel with their pants down. However the product have been tapped out and many $$$ have been invested in, scrap the project and the investor will eat Intel management alive.


So just be thick skin and release them to earn something back and quickly obsolete them with Icelake X.


Because of this sudden turn of event, Intel might directly skipped CFL-X (or rather there is already CFL-X 7740K) and go straight into their big gun ICELAKE-X for future HEDT platform.
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Because of this sudden turn of event, Intel might directly skipped CFL-X (or rather there is already CFL-X 7740K) and go straight into their big gun ICELAKE-X for future HEDT platform.

They aren't skipping Coffee Lake-X... seeing as how the regular line Coffee Lake CPUs is set to be released in the next few weeks... the i7-7740x is Kaby Lake-X... and they'll probably still roll out the remainder of the Kaby Lake versions i7/i9 HEDT range as well. They won't skip and entire generation of architecture and eat such a big loss.

In reality, the only area where the AMDs are excelling is tasks that benefit from high thread counts. The 7900X is still a more appealing option than the 1950X for many from the view of ST performance, lower energy consumption, lower cooling requirements, etc. That rings true throughout most of the spectrum of each firm's line. Despite the success of Ryzen and Threadripper, in all honesty, the only reason to get any of them higher up the chain from the Ryzen 5-1600X is if you do a lot of MT heavy taskings... and don't mind paying a slightly higher electric bill. Else wise, ST and gaming performance shows very negligible improvement up the AMD chain past the 1600X... definitely nowhere near enough to justify the increased prices. From the bang for your buck perspective, if you're on a CPU budget of $250 or less... it's really hard to not choose the 1600X unless you're willing to scour the marketplace here for a used i7.
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