If matching the captions means that they were talking about how Steiner could not execute his attack, how the generals went to the academy and only learned how to how a fork, how the military has only hindered Hitler and how he would repay their betrayal in blood, and how he would rather blow his brains out than leave the bunker...then sure, they matched.did the words match the captions?
Come on AMD, come up with something better so that we don't slump back into the days of the Pentium 4 in which Intel couldn't make a good CPU to save their asses. Remember Prescott? Damn, that chip sucked!
"What can I do? Buying from Intel means giving money to the Jews."
It's true. Intel has a HUGE R&D facility in Israel. Why? Because Jewish people are some of the brightest people in the world. Like it or not. (And I'm not Jewish)
Bigotry always seems to have an appeal to the moronic.
Quotes from Anandtech's article...
"The good news is AMD has a very aggressive roadmap ahead of itself; here's hoping it will be able to execute against it. We all need AMD to succeed. We've seen what happens without a strong AMD as a competitor. We get processors that are artificially limited and severe restrictions on overclocking, particularly at the value end of the segment. We're denied choice simply because there's no other alternative. I don't believe Bulldozer is a strong enough alternative to force Intel back into an ultra competitive mode, but we absolutely need it to be that. I have faith that AMD can pull it off, but there's still a lot of progress that needs to be made. AMD can't simply rely on its GPU architecture superiority to sell APUs; it needs to ramp on the x86 side as wellmore specifically, AMD needs better single threaded performance. Bulldozer didn't deliver that, and I'm worried that Piledriver alone won't be enough. But if AMD can stick to a yearly cadence and execute well with each iteration, there's hope. It's no longer a question of whether AMD will return to the days of the Athlon 64, it simply must. Otherwise you can kiss choice goodbye."
Yep, can't agree more with these statements.