The truth is that AMD simply cannot make the chips fast enough to compete with Intel.
They have the better performance
They have the better efficiency
They have the better platform
They simply can't make them to meet demand.
I mean, it's Jim Cramer, a financial sector reporter/talking head.
This is all in the context of AMD's share price and company financials.
AMD is literally selling everything it can make as fast as it can make them. Financially this is great.
I know the feeling.
This is the first time in my life where I have what I feel like is disposable income. So I decided "F' IT" and put on $2K at $130. It was more about sending a message to the 0.01% than making money. I saw that $2K turn into $1K and down to $900, and I knew that I was okay...
The short positions were still open, and the money made from the dip did not come CLOSE to recouping the losses from the Gamma squeeze in Jan, and the price NEVER fell to pre-January prices. So any money they could make by shorting from 400 down would probably be lost pretty quickly by the fact...
Its trading up because there was a high volume of naked shorts on the stock essentially locking in the short-sellers to HAVE to buy shares after a certain period, lest they pay ridiculous interest or worse. So when a bunch of extremely large, wealthy parties are required to buy back the shares...
I do 3D art for games and printing, and I honestly feel the GPU is such a HUGE factor in rendering that its almost un-imaginable to use anything else unless you are actually using more RAM than the video card can maintain. I use a threadripper 2950X, and yes, a new 8-core 5800X can easilly tie...
While I'm not doubting the universe we inhabit is a simulation (in fact it's highly likely) but as it cannot be measured or proven or disproven, than it literally has no bearing on how I live my life.
But what one must understand is the simple fact that a computer cannot simulate something as...
I think AMD will keep prices exactly where they are, until the market shows that those prices are not worth the product.
In other words, AMD is selling these things faster than they can manufacture them. They have no reason to lower prices. Lowering prices is what you do when your product...
Anthem was one of those games I could tell was going to be a failure from the start. I probably have posts somewhere on this very forum declaring that but eh, it just looked sooooo boring EXCEPT for flying around like Iron Man.
I'm planning on slapping a waterblock on it, with a 420+360+240 radiator setup, so heat load isn't an issue, its mostly down to how fast the waterblock can get the heat out of the die and into the three radiators of water. So I'm thinking beyond 500w is fine, 1000w may be a stretch on water but...
I'm looking at snagging an MSI SuprimX, but I can't really find any modded BIOS to unlock higher power limit.
I'm wanting to buy a 3090 that I can clock the balls off of, and the SuprimX seems to have a VERY high performance out of the box, and everyone seems to hit the power limit before they...
I hate Apple. I think we should be taxing corporations more.
But Apple's store is Apple's store, they can charge whatever cut they want, and your choice is to NOT put your product on their store. There's Steam, Google Play, Windows Apps, lots of other places to sell your wares. Would I prefer...
A Zen 3 Refresh on AM5 would require a new IO die, but could potentially work with Zen3 dies, so that may work.
I'm still stuck in the mindset that new memory controller requires a new tapeout, but in reality with chiplets, AMD can pump out a new IO die and leave the existing compute elements.
Intel is in a Slump
Anyone who has been in the game for a while knows how this ends:
1: Intel is a defacto standard
2: Intel gets lazy because of this
3: AMD makes a better product and turns some heads
4: AMD gains traction
5: Intel does shady shit to push AMD back down
6: Intel pulls their...
I'm able to run DOOM ETERNAL at over 120FPS at 4k on my Threadripper 2950X.
Or at least I was when I had my 2080Ti.
I have a 4k 120hz monitor so I had adaptive resolution set to target 120 and though the resolution dropped the frames never did.
Depends on by "god" you mean a higher being or "benevolent, omnipresent, omnipotent protector"
Because If the universe IS a simulation, life is most likely a by-product of the simulation, not a goal. In fact, given the vastness of the observable universe, the timescales that it has existed and...
In truth I have not heard much from my contacts OR experienced any large influx of Faulty AMD mainboards OR CPUs.
However I would imagine that AMD is more than likely stretching itself quite thin, and some 'relaxing' of the QC and binning process is almost guaranteed....