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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 05-31-2019, 01:24 PM
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I bet posting picks up when ryzen 7nm gets released as many long term intel users like myself will be new to amd mobo/cpu/ocing hence reading/posting again from necessity and from finally having something interesting to talk about. It also may be a little annoying switching/relearning AMD, but necessary after Intel management followed the Charlie Sheen plan of how to stay on top.

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So when Intel glues together two $10k CPUs and makes a giant one that isn't socketed and is only available in OEM servers, they achieve 23% higher performance at the cost of 60% higher power. I'm not sure why they would want to point that out to anyone. Seems like a very roundabout way to say they're still losing. Anandtech estimates those Xeon 9282's run $25k+ and I'm sure AMD would be happy to sell you the top Rome SKU for a quarter of that.

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GL to intel when 64C TR will be out, it's safe to assume that new TR MB with upgraded VRM could offer near 8X9900K raw performance with PBO active ~500W.
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AMD fanboys are the saltiest you can find.
When E6600 came out you were in denial for 12 months.
Now this chip is not even launched and praise AMD for being victorious.

This industry works in cycles and once AMD is on top, INTEL will take out the big guns.

Speaking of benchmark manipulation, when NVIDIA was haxing and AMD came out with proof that they were, y'all praised your lord and saviour AMD.
When INTEL tries to clarify the situation and show that AMD's numbers were not entirely correct, INTEL is playing dirty again.

Its that time of the year when I retire from OCN because of the super toxicity when it comes to AMD fanboyz.

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This industry works in cycles and once AMD is on top, INTEL will take out the big guns.

Yes - this is the key for good progress in development and innovation, unlike past decade that Intel had monopoly with ~90%+ and stopped the progress, now we see how much can change just in 2 years if there is a competition.
Lets hope for healthy competitions for many years to come, we all gonna benefit from that.
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yes, with AMD out of the game we saw stagnation and degradation. That is how things work without competition.
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