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I have zero input on that, don't know enough about it. Just that they no longer have any stake in GF.

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Sorry I may not be AMD fanboy (I never once own any of their product till now, though that might changed with Ryzen 2)


But intel should die. Or at least hit so badly they never have the chance to practice anti-consumer for another 10 years and put a halt in CPU technology advancement.

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you had me till the last part about intentionally halting progress. That's kinda what the anti-consumer nonsense did in the first place.

Everyone needs a little business ethics guidance every once in awhile

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you had me till the last part about intentionally halting progress. That's kinda what the anti-consumer nonsense did in the first place.

Everyone needs a little business ethics guidance every once in awhile
Well from C2D to Kaby Lake, we are stuck with quad cores for 10 straight years. And since sandy bridge to Kaby lake, the Single threaded performance delta is less than the jump of 1 generational performance of the past, or rather it take Intel 6-7 years to reach 1 generation jump of the past.

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Intel foveros witch is interesting tech seems more of an all Intel integrated hardware than a performance solution.
Is one defective chip going to make entire SoC nonfunctional? I mean it's not replaceable of anything.
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Sorry I may not be AMD fanboy (I never once own any of their product till now, though that might changed with Ryzen 2)


But intel should die. Or at least hit so badly they never have the chance to practice anti-consumer for another 10 years and put a halt in CPU technology advancement.
One of the things that nauseates me about this forum is all of the entitlement. Intel is a gigantic, highly diverse company that has been struggling with poor leadership for several years. That is why they still have not named a new CEO. They are looking for someone who can fix problems. This is why AMD has such a great opportunity right now. Intel is stumbling. Their focus has been in other areas, not at the desktop. Their desktop component sales have been strong going into the first quarter of 2019 so other than the fact that AMD is finally releasing a competitive product they have had no burning reason to innovate in the desktop space. I think it’s a little childish to wish them death. Do you think AMD would continue to push themselves if they had no competition? Do you think that would make the board and the shareholders of AMD happy? No it would not. They would push AMD to expand into other markets and diversify and their desktop strategy would suffer. That is how huge corporations work. They are constantly at the mercy of their stock price, and board expectations. They really could give less than a turd what any of us think, unless one of you is a voting shareholder.

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Is it calculated in money, not shipped units? This table says just dram cartel collapsed and pricing went down. And Intel has basically monopoly thus revenue wasn't affected. TSMC is relevant part of that table.
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Whatever floats your boat!

My point is that we need strong competition in the market. It's lack of competition that drives behavior that is less than beneficial to the consumer. Look at Nvidia for another good example. Everyone moans about the price of Nvidia products. It's my hope that AMD or Intel comes out with a product that whips their butt at some point because that's what drives innovation. The fear of loosing market share. That is why Intel is actually looking at desktop chips again. Because of what AMD is doing. By all accounts AMD will have a great product and I'm sure the product managers at Intel are concerned. They should respond by releasing somthing that is competitve although it might take them a couple of years.

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Thank you Nick. That was.... illuminating....
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Is it calculated in money, not shipped units? This table says just dram cartel collapsed and pricing went down. And Intel has basically monopoly thus revenue wasn't affected. TSMC is relevant part of that table.
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