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post #61 of 156 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 01:36 PM
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AdoredTV is heavily AMD bias and none of his "leaks" have turned out to be true. I'm going to go ahead and say the cinebench score is wrong.
Should've capitalized on the tech rumor channels years ago. Zero accountability. My sources says.. I didn't say cuz.. I won't say cuz.. Decent profit.
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Should've capitalized on the tech rumor channels years ago. Zero accountability. My sources says.. I didn't say cuz.. I won't say cuz.. Decent profit.

He also does this sort of stuff to build hype for his YouTube channel with the whole "I know something no one else does" thing





I really can't believe people fall for this stuff.

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AdoredTV is heavily AMD bias and none of his "leaks" have turned out to be true. I'm going to go ahead and say the cinebench score is wrong.
Lets not forget his thick Scottish accent. You can't take a guy with that accent seriously. All his videos remind me of this:


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Like I thought :-), Ryzen 5 3600 will remain 6C :-).
Maybe to add room for some 4c parts. Which would make the 16c part the 3900 series. That would place it in the X9XXx spot like the 2950x. I think it is actually better that way. especially if they are canceling zen 2 threadripper. And the 3400G was also leaked a while ago. Which is probably a 4c apu. So the 3600 being a 6C sounds more likely.

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He also does this sort of stuff to build hype for his YouTube channel with the whole "I know something no one else does" thing





I really can't believe people fall for this stuff.

LOL

Too bad I don't have good diction or even decent writing or I might be doing what they do all day.

You still have superstitious people today so people believing in something "plausible" (depending on your tolerance) would be a given.

Oh well.
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Could call it the 9999XE.

Then they are ready to annouce there 10K series on all new 10NM.
The 10 series won't even be on 10nm, that's what's sad
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Didn't AMD already state that they didn't want to be stuck in the lower-end segments anymore? I mean, call me crazy, but if AMD produces something faster than Intel, they shouldn't have to resort to selling it for cheaper to maintain market share.

If this is true, I wouldn't mind seeing it sold for over $750. If its genuinely that much faster, then why should they hinder their own potential profit making?
TAM: Total Addressable Market

AMD are trying to increase market share in order to be the ones driving the technology. It's not just about having high performance parts but also selling them at a compelling enough price to pull market share away from Intel. AMD want to be the ones creating the SIMD standards and be the optimization standard in the production of Applications/Software/Games etc.

They've only mentioned it during every single conference call and at every single event.

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