Date: Friday, 03 May 2013 11:02
In the past decade, every time AMD innovated, Intel copycatted AMD's innovation, while suppressing AMD's market expansion with its monopoly power. AMD invented AMD64 (x64), multi-core x64, HyperTransport, ccHT, EMC (embedded memory controller), to name a few. Intel shamelessly copycatted each and every one of these AMD innovations, without even acknowledge AMD's technological leadership. Intel
Date: Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012 11:21
AMD's ARM based Opteron will cause a major plate tectonic shift in computing. AMD is enslaved by the x86 instruction set controlled by Intel's licensing restrictions. With ARM, AMD can finally break free and dominate. AMD has everything in its own sleeves: CPU, ccHT (cache coherent hypertransport), embedded memory controller, GPGPU and the Fabric. With the advent of Windows for ARM, the world
Date: Sunday, 27 May 2012 10:43
We know that Trinity destroys Intel i7 in 3D visual performance. If you look closer, Trinity is faster than Intel in many other areas. Check out the PCMark 7 benchmark scores below. Trinity soundly beats Intel i7+ Nvidia GPU in both creativity and computation.
Date: Thursday, 17 May 2012 17:49
Finally, AMD found someone who can do it.
Date: Wednesday, 16 May 2012 19:40
According to AnandTech. Also, the Trinity has 31.4% longer battery life than Ivy Bridge.
Date: Wednesday, 16 May 2012 19:20
AMD's Trinity is 48% faster than Intel's Ivy Bridge Extreme i7-3920XM Intel i7-3920XM specs: Essentials Status Launched Launch Date Q2'12 Processor Number i7-3920XM # of Cores 4 # of Threads 8 Clock Speed 2.9 GHz Max Turbo Frequency 3.8 GHz Intel® Smart Cache 8 MB Lithography 22 nm Max TDP 55 W Recommended Customer Price $1096
Date: Monday, 14 May 2012 22:51
http://www.slashgear.com/amd-trinity-official-hands-on-14228174/ AMD’s head of desktop and software product marketing Sasa Marinkovic: “30fps at 1080p is not something [Intel] can do easily with Ivy Bridge” Marinkovic says, but Trinity can.
Date: Sunday, 13 May 2012 13:36
Date: Wednesday, 02 May 2012 12:39
Very interesting review here: http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/2700/18/cpu-shoot-out-intel-atom-d2700-vs-amd-e-450-video-compatibility As expected, the AMD E450 smashes the Atom D2700 in performance. In 3DMark the AMD chip gets a score of 2430, while the Intel achieves a pitiful 500!! The Intel D2700 can't even play HD video continuously, though the reviewer says it's better than a slide show.
Date: Tuesday, 01 May 2012 18:08
The old LLano 3870K frags Intel Ivy Bridge i7 3770K by a healthy 40% in 3DMark 2011. http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/review/2171317/intel-ivy-bridge-hd-graphics-4000-review/page/2
Date: Monday, 16 Apr 2012 11:21
That combination seems to be a good one. Current x64 CPUs are still much more power hungry than the simple RISC chips.
Date: Wednesday, 21 Mar 2012 21:34
AMD and GlobalFoundries made a major announcement today. AMD's Roy Read commended GF for "doubling of yields on 32nm". AMD will also use GF's 28nm HKMG processes, which "are qualified and ready for design-in today."GF's FAB1 (former Dresden FAB of AMD) can now output 80,000 wafers per month.That kind of capacity ought to be enough quench the APU thirst of Apple, HP, Lenovo, HP, Acer and
Date: Thursday, 08 Mar 2012 23:17
In the past few days, we heard Intel execs saying that SeaMicro begged for Intel's acquisition, and Intel was unimpressed. The press, always ignorant, was thrown into confusion and doubt.Now, SeaMicro's Fred Weber, former CTO of AMD, politely pointed out the truth without directly accusing Intel of lying.According to a SeaMicro spokesperson, Intel "incorporated features into its roadmap at
Date: Tuesday, 06 Mar 2012 23:33
Date: Thursday, 01 Mar 2012 11:23
Intel makes and sells a lot of CPUs, it owns 80% of the PC CPU market, but its market cap is only 25% of Apple.With the SeaMicro acquisition, AMD will start selling cloud computing servers equipped with Intel's Atom chips.The reason is simple. AMD's new CEO realizes that it is in the business of making money. And the Apple story says selling finished highend products brings in more profits.The
Date: Monday, 27 Feb 2012 00:22
It crashes so often. Sometimes, it only crashes the browser, but a lot of times it crashes the whole computer. Now, this should never happen with a robust OS, but apparently, Windows 7 is so vulnerable, the bugs in Adobe Flash can crash the OS...No wonder Steve Jobs said Adobe Flash people are lazy, and Flash does not fit Apple standards.According to Jobs, "Apple does not support Flash because it
Date: Friday, 24 Feb 2012 09:07
I was using an ATI GPU, the graphics looked very good. Today, I tried a Nvidia GPU, and was shocked by how pale the graphics looked. The whole screen looked kind of washed. No adjustment could make it better.Now I am back to the ATI GPU and appreciate that how rich the picture looks.
Date: Thursday, 16 Feb 2012 14:44
In their effort to catch up with AMD, both Nvidia and Intel seem have suffered from capricious and imprudent execution. Nvidia's 28nm GPU is getting pitiful yields. Intel had to fake DX11 at CES and now it is reported that Ivy Bridge is a bridge too far -- it is being postponed to after June 2012.Meanwhile, Trinity is shipping and there is apparently no shortage of 7000 GPUs.
Date: Friday, 03 Feb 2012 08:38
AMD unveiled its battle plan: using its know-how in CPU+GPU to grow the APU gene pool. We will see Power+AMD and ARM+AMD soon.The 17watt Trinity APU that is being shipped to OEMs for Ultrathin notebooks performs at 2355 in 3D Mark Vantage. In comparison, the 17 watt Sandy Bridge Core i5 2537M scores 1158. In other words, Intel's Ultrabook performs at a little less than 50% of the 17watt AMD
Date: Monday, 30 Jan 2012 10:58
I was at a friend's home, and he proudly showed me his Core i7 machine equipped with dual graphics card. He played BF3, with pretty high settings.However, every 5 minutes or so, the screen froze for a few seconds, sometimes right in the battle. In one scene, the friend entered a train, facing some enemy dude with a knife. The friend was about to pull the trigger... Suddenly the screen froze,
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