Saturday, September 29, 2007

Intelers' words are disturbing

Spaztic Pizza said: "Oneretard is another example of why some people just shouldn't be allowed to breed.."

I once concluded that Intel's exclusionism has its roots in NAZIsm.

Henry Morgenthau suggested that Germans should be castrated, Roosevelt agreed.

72 Comments:

Blogger Giant said...

HEIL OTELLINI!

We must purge the earth of non-Intel CPUS that are not 100% pure!

INTEL POWER!

Damn that felt stupid. Now why is Sharikou claiming that Intel supporters are in league with nazism and the third reich?

8:41 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Disturbing quotes by Sharikou:

Americans and Chinese are smarter

it is impossible for the Israeli amateurs to do some radical new stuff out of no where, they simply don't have the track record for ground breaking work.

It's bad that Intel Israel bragged so much for so little. And it's not good that they willfully failed to mention Bob Colwell the American, but instead took every credit of the Pentium 3 Israeli edition as all new.

While AMD's grand masters grew up with 64 bit, the Israeli amateurs don't even understand there is a need for it.

After so many years, the Israeli amateurs have not figured out how to do 64


Sounds like Sharikou has a problem with Jews. All of you AMD fans who support Sharikou should reconsider the company you keep.

8:51 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Great post Intel Fanboi.


Sharidouche needs to give up on the internet.

All he is doing is making himself look more and more like a fucking idiot every time he posts.

Maybe he and oneexpert will actually end all the pain they are going thru as Intel repeatedly beats AMD down with a large brick.

Anyone else notice that Sharidouche's posts are sounding more and more like a frightened child?


Hey Shrikou: stop lying about your PhD and face the fact Intel ain't going BK in 2008 and its actually AMD that has something to worry about.

9:55 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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9:56 PM, September 29, 2007  
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10:00 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

"copytel"? Then why is AMD using Intel's architecture? Here's why: They couldn't design their own architecture on their own.

Just the same as they can't design their own processors that are industry leading. AMD Barcelona with 30% yields that make Intel laugh histerically with clock speeds so low that Intel could just stop making faster CPUs and would still have the performance lead a year from now!

AMD: The only company in the industry that releases "next generation" products (R600, K10) that aren't even as fast their competitors existing products!

INTEL, 142,000,000,000,000,000% better than AMD ALWAYS MORE DEBT.

BK in Q2'08.

10:03 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

American Technology Research lowers AMD estimate again.

''We believe the company's late Barcelona introduction and disappointing early performance are an early indication of a bad marriage of process technology and design that will be hard to fix before a move to 45-nm is required,'' said analyst Doug Freedman of American Technology Research Inc., in a new report.


''AMD still has a lot of work to do to fix the architectural mismatch of Barcelona with the 65-nm process node and the poor performance of R600,'' he said, referring to ATI's latest graphics chip. That chip is also late to the market.

''We are lowering our Q3 revenue and EPS estimate to $1.529 billion and a loss of $0.62 from $1.557 billion and a loss of $0.58,,'' he said. ''For 2008, we now forecast revenue of $6.855 billion verses our prior expectation of $7.237 billion, with our net loss estimate lowered to $0.97 from $0.44.''



Read that? Another half a billion in loses in 2008.

11:14 PM, September 29, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Lol...you associate me with Nazism? Please...to reveal part of my true life, half my family is Jewish you fucking dink...if anything I could sift through your blog and find several direct links to you and Nazism, and you supporting Nazism, but you frankly are only worth the time it takes to belittle and heckle your sorry sack of shit ass...

OneRetard = OneExpert who probably = you...and frankly, what I posted was meant as just what it was - an insult....you're both dimwitted losers who haven't got the intelligence of a thumbtack...

I really truly hope you enjoy being laughed at constantly you pussy...

12:22 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger JosephL said...

Sharikou seems to suffer from amnesia when it comes to nazis. Why does AMD an American Company have 100% of the there processor production in Dresden Germany a former Nazi centre in WWII? How many American and Allies were killed by munitions made in the factories of Dresden. At least Intel manufactures in the United States (witness the 2 new 45nm fabs) and AMD goes to a former facist and then communist country.

As to the matter of Israeli competence in design I would like to point out that 162 Nobel Prize winners were Jewish which represents about 25% of all prizes awarded and only less than 1% of the world population being Jewish. Makes for an interesting paradox when no other ethnic group German, Chinese, Russian etc. even comes close.

7:59 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Hello Sharikou: You are the only nazi on this board, intentionally making racist comments about Intels' development team.
At the same time you (using that alternate account for one_expert) post intentional lies and distortions that ARE NOT EVEN AMUSING.
You see Sharikou, it's one thing when you act like a brain-dead Klan member, we can laugh at that. But when you log in as one_retard you just whole-sale steal boring quotes from other websites and then inject fanboy lies. NOT AMUSING. I don't come here for intelligence, I come here to see stupid people entertain me, and you are failing miserably right now Sharikou Ph.D. of racist bordeom.

9:39 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

First off, Jewish DOES NOT EQUAL ISRAEL! Can we kindly get away from these type of arguments please?


As for Oneexpert, dude it's getting old. We all know your whole life is falling apart as AMD begins its steady spiral to bankrupcy. We all know you debate eating a gun, slitting your wrists or taking your autoerotic asphyxiation games with Shariadouche just a bit too far, but you really need to learn you history boy.

10:36 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

To announce AMD as the WCG 2007 Official GPU Supplier and collaboration with Sapphire, the WCG 2007 Official VGA Card Supplier, at the event.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- September 28, 2007 --AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced SAPPHIRE Technology, the official graphics supplier for the World Cyber Games (WCG) Grand Final, will exclusively supply graphics cards based on the ATI Radeon™ HD 2000 series from AMD for the competition. As the official WCG supplier of GPUs, AMD will co-host a demonstration area with SAPPHIRE to showcase exciting next-generation platform technology for the gaming community. The WCG 2007 event is scheduled to take place in Seattle, WA from October 3-7.

The Sapphire HD 2600 X2 DUAL, also to be featured at booth #10, delivers an incredible combination of DirectX® 10 gaming and stunning visual effects for a premium Windows Vista® experience. Packing two Sapphire HD 2600 XT graphics processors on one PCI-Express card, the Sapphire HD 2600 X2 DUAL can drive up to four Dual-link DVI displays or a single display in CrossFire™ mode with considerably enhanced performance, and includes 1GB of GDDR3 memory on board with 800MHz clock speeds.

“As official suppliers for the WCG 2007, AMD is collaborating with SAPPHIRE to present a world-class gaming platform experience for competitive and casual gamers,” said Godfrey Cheng, director of platform marketing and gaming, AMD Graphics Products Group. “The World Cyber Games is the pinnacle of competitive PC gaming and a perfect venue to demonstrate how ATI Radeon™ HD 2000 series graphics with CrossFire push the boundaries of visual realism.”

“The SAPPHIRE HD 2600 XT brings a compelling mix of graphics quality and performance to the Grand Final 2007,” said Adrian Thompson, vice president of Marketing, SAPPHIRE Technology. “It is just one of the great SAPPHIRE products based on the ATI Radeon™ HD 2000 series that brings wide choice to gamers in a range of state-of-the-art products that now extends from top-to-bottom.”

The World Cyber Games is the world’s first “Cyber Game Festival”, designed to foster community participation in the e-Sports culture. The best gamers around the world gather in different cities to share the excitement and fun of the game tournaments. This year’s Grand Final will feature more than 700 gamers from 70 countries.

“The WCG tournament has evolved into one of the most celebrated gaming festivals in the world,” said Hyoung Seok Kim, CEO of International Cyber Marketing, WCG. “With industry-leading DirectX® 10 graphics processors such as the SAPPHIRE HD 2600 XT, finalists are given the opportunity to compete at a high level on a world stage. We are pleased to have AMD and Sapphire among the great technology partners that support the rapidly expanding e-Sports entertainment culture.”

Qualified participants with access to the event passport are eligible to participate in a contest to win a Sapphire HD 2600 XT. Other ATI Radeon™ and SAPPHIRE branded prizes will also be available for giveaway to interested participants at the show.

About AMD
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) is a leading global provider of innovative processing solutions in the computing, graphics and consumer electronics markets. AMD is dedicated to driving open innovation, choice and industry growth by delivering superior customer-centric solutions that empower consumers and businesses worldwide. For more information, visit www.amd.com.

About SAPPHIRE Technology Ltd
SAPPHIRE Technology Ltd designs, manufactures and distributes the most complete range of ATI Radeon™ based video graphics accelerators worldwide. Additionally, SAPPHIRE produces mainboards based on AMD chipset technology. SAPPHIRE is based in Hong Kong with two ISO9001 and ISO14001 manufacturing facilities in Dongguan, China. For further information, please visit www.sapphiretech.com.

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10:39 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

AMD Takes Another Step In Advancing The Low Power AMD Embedded Solutions Portfolio

—Three new AMD Athlon™ 64 processor models offer more choice for designers developing embedded platforms based on AMD64 technology with Direct Connect Architecture—

BOSTON -- September 19, 2007 --At the Embedded Systems Conference this week, AMD announced the addition of three new low power AMD Athlon™ 64 processors to its embedded product lineup, giving embedded systems designers the benefits of AMD64 technology in a thermal envelope as low as 8 watts. These AM2 socket-compatible, single core processors further enhance the available options for deploying industry-changing AMD64 technology in embedded systems.

“These new additions offer very low power and innovative processor features that can specifically address a range of embedded markets and they add to the multitude of power, price and performance combinations that AMD offers embedded system designers,” said Buddy Broeker, director of Embedded Computing Solutions, AMD. “We are also dedicated to helping manage infrastructure changes. Our new processors are compatible with existing AM2 boards, giving designers a more robust menu of processor options on a ready-to-go platform. This can speed time to market and decrease development costs.”

The readily available infrastructure supporting the new offerings means customers can either upgrade or use their existing board designs to address new markets, especially those that require low power draw and heat dissipation. Customers with a readily available platform include Aaeon, Albatron, iBase, ICP, iEi, and WinMate Communication.

The AMD Athlon 64 processor Models 2000+, 2600+, and 3100+ feature power envelopes of 8, 15, and 25W maximum thermal design power, respectively. They support ECC memory for high reliability data applications and are especially applicable for systems such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), Advanced Mezzanine Cards (AMCs) for the telecommunications market, and various single board computing and industrial implementations. These models will be generally available in Q4.

There have been more than a dozen additions or enhancements to the AMD Embedded Solutions family of processors and development systems so far this year. AMD plans to continue the push for choice and innovation in the embedded space well into the future. Products as wide ranging as the recently discussed “Bobcat” family of processors and the newly announced Quad-core AMD Opteron™ processor, formerly code-named “Barcelona,” represent future possibilities for embedded designs that could range from the ultimate visual experience in an ultra-low power portable device to leading-edge enterprise-class performance in a telecommunications blade or storage system.

About AMD
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) is a leading global provider of innovative processing solutions in the computing, graphics and consumer electronics markets. AMD is dedicated to driving open innovation, choice and industry growth by delivering superior customer-centric solutions that empower consumers and businesses worldwide. For more information, visit www.amd.com.

Cautionary Statement
This release contains forward-looking statements concerning, among other things, future and planned products, technologies, specifications, features, performance and introductions schedules which are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements are commonly identified by words such as “would,” “may,” “expects,” “believes,” “plans,” “intends,” “projects” and other terms with similar meanings. Investors are cautioned that the forward-looking statements in this release are based on current beliefs, assumptions and expectations, speak only as of the date of this release, and involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from the company’s current expectations. Risks include the possibility that Intel Corporation’s pricing, marketing and rebating programs, product bundling, standard setting, new product introductions or other activities targeting AMD’s business will prevent attainment of AMD’s current plans; customers stop buying AMD’s products or materially reduce their operations or demand for its products and AMD will be unable to develop, launch and ramp new products and technologies in the volumes and mix required by the market and at mature yields on a timely basis. Investors are urged to review in detail the risks and uncertainties in AMD’s Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including but not limited to the Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2007.

AMD, the AMD Arrow logo, AMD Athlon, AMD Opteron and combinations thereof, are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Other names are for informational purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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10:41 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

AMD Offers New Boxed Processor Product

-- AMD/Microsoft Rebate Program Included In Initiative --

AUSTIN, TX -- November 3, 1997 --AMD today announced a boxed processor product based on the AMD-K6(TM) MMX(TM) enhanced processor that provides resellers the best performance solution for Socket 7 systems. The new AMD Processor In a Box (PIB) includes the AMD-K6/200 or 233 in a boxed unit, with heatsink, thermal grease, and fan attached to the processor. The product comes with a three-year limited warranty and will be available through authorized distributors in North America.

AMD developed the new product in response to requests from value-added resellers (VARs) and system integrators. "The reseller market has responded enthusiastically to the AMD-K6 processor and its value proposition, and the PIB product will enable VARs to more easily build the best desktop PCs for their customers," said Dave Sheffler, AMD's vice president, channel sales and marketing. "By offering the Processor In a Box, we can guarantee our customers receive a high-quality, cost-competitive product that is reliable and easier to use."

In conjunction with the new product, AMD will promote a rebate program aimed at North American VARs who purchase the PIBs. The rebate program involves an industry-first joint effort with Microsoft® Corp. For each group of 50 AMD-K6 PIB-based systems sold with officially licensed versions of the Windows®95 operating system, the U.S. or Canada-based VAR may submit the proper combination of AMD and Microsoft rebate coupons for up to $500 cash back.

"Microsoft is pleased to work with AMD to offer additional rebate dollars to system builders who purchase the AMD-K6 processor with genuine Windows 95," said Doris Medlicott, Manager of Microsoft OEM Sales, North America. "This promotion demonstrates that Microsoft continues to be committed to proactively supporting system builders who license legitimate products."

"We are responding to the AMD Reseller Program members' requests for better and more widespread distribution of AMD processors," said David West, AMD's director of worldwide distributor operations. AMD's current North American commercial distributor associates, FAI and @Once, will distribute the new boxed processor product.

The AMD Processor In a Box is available through authorized commercial distributors.

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10:42 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

AMD Announces Availability of WinSLAC Software

AMD Announces Availability of WinSLAC Software

AUSTIN, TX -- November 10, 1997 --AMD today announced the release of its WinSLAC software development tool that aids in the design and development of telephone linecards and related voice-band applications that use the AMD SLAC family of devices.

Available at no cost to AMD customers, the WinSLAC program runs under Windows 3.1 and above and supports the AMD DSLAC, ASLAC and QSLAC devices while incorporating the functionality of the legacy AmSLAC2, AmSLAC3 and AmSLAC4 programs. With this software, linecard designers can:

Model the SLAC device, the line conditions and associated linecard SLIC components

Calculate an optimum feature set of filter coefficients based on a system's overall design conditions

Design and generate coefficients for the programmable filters of the AMD SLAC family of devices

Calculate and plot predicted responses for two-wire return loss (2WRL), four-wire return loss (4WRL) and receive and transmit frequency responses.

AMD is the world's foremost merchant supplier of integrated circuits for telephone linecards. Its SLAC family of products ranges from highly programmable solutions like the DSLAC and QSLAC devices to cost-sensitive and feature-selectable devices like the QSLAC-NP/NP+. In these SLAC devices, AMD has shipped more than 150 million application-specific digital signal processors. AMD also offers more than 50 varieties of SLIC (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit) devices that can be coupled with these SLAC devices.

"WinSLAC provides a wealth of benefits to our customers developing solutions with our SLAC devices," said Mike Wodopian, director of marketing for AMD's Communications Products Division, "including system-level testing, device optimization and code compatibility across our family of products. It also demonstrates AMD's commitment to helping our customers get solutions to market faster."

Pricing and Availability

WinSLAC software is available free to AMD customers using AMD SLAC devices. Contact AMD's Communications Products Division at (512) 602-2554 for WinSLAC software and updates.


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10:43 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

AMD Introduces Next-Generation Fast Ethernet Controller

--The PCnet ™ -FAST+ Controller Combines Integration with Manageability to Lower the Overall Cost of Enterprise Computing--

SUNNYVALE, CA -- November 10, 1997 --AMD today announced PCnet-™ FAST+, the newest member of AMD's successful PCnet family of Ethernet controllers. PCnet-FAST+ is a highly-integrated Fast Ethernet controller, featuring critical network and power management capabilities to significantly reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) of desktop and enterprise computing.

"With the emergence of the LAN as the cornerstone of corporate computing, network performance and manageability are becoming of greater concern," said Laila Razouk, vice president of AMD's network products division. "For example, the TCO for a single PC networked to the LAN, can run as high as *$60,000 for a five year period. The PCnet-FAST+ controller harnesses innovation with high-performance to provide a cost-effective, total solution that enables proactive manageability and optimum functionality of the network."

AMD pioneered the development of power management technology with Magic Packet™ , which has emerged as a de facto industry standard and serves as the foundation of key industry specifications. Consolidating this innovation with AMD's long-standing expertise in the development of IC controllers, the PCnet-FAST+ solution simplifies network management and increases efficiency by offering advanced tools for remote power-on and program execution over the network. The controller solution supports the latest industry initiatives such as the OnNow Network Device Class power management specification, which was co-authored by AMD, the Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI) and PCI bus power management specifications.

The high level of integration offered by the PCnet-FAST+ controller enables OEMS to reduce system cost and shorten time to market with value-added products. The controller meets the requirements of Microsoft's PC97 and PC98 design guides, and the industry's Net PC specifications, making it the ideal connectivity solution for a broad range of PC networking applications, including LAN on the motherboard and network interface cards (NICs). And with large, programmable on-chip memory buffers and advanced networking features, the PCnet-FAST+ controller provides the flexibility to be designed into internetworking and embedded Ethernet applications.

The PCnet-FAST+ controller implements an IEEE 802.3-compliant Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC) with full Auto-Negotiation of 10 or 100 Mbps, half- and full-duplex operation, and a Media Independent Interface (MII) for connection to any standard 10/100 Mbps physical layer (PHY) device. The device is offered with AMD's extensive suite of industry-proven PCnet software, remote boot ROM firmware and a complete set of supporting utilities, documentation and design support tools that enable OEMs to shorten time to market of value-added products.

The PCnet-™ FAST+ Controller Offers the Following Integrated Features:

* OnNow with Magic Packet™ technology support
* ACPI and PCI bus power management support
* 32-bit PCI bus master and DMA engine
* 12 Kbytes of on-chip memory
* IEEE 802.3, PC97, PC98, Net PC compliance
* Auto-Negotiation of link speed
* Integrated power management, SRAM and oscillator
* PCnet- architecture and software interface
* Low 3.3V power with 5V tolerant I/O

The PCnet-FAST+ Controller Offers a Total Product Solution:

* A broad range of software drivers for network operating systems from Microsoft, Novell, IBM, SCO, Artisoft and Banyan
* Licensable remote boot ROM firmware including pre-boot execution environment (PXE) code
* Comprehensive licensable technology and evaluation kit including hardware, software, documentation and design tools
* 160-pin PQFP and 176-pin TQFP packages

Package, Price, Availability

The PCnet-FAST+ controller is listed in the AMD catalog as part number Am79C972. Samples are available now and production shipments will commence January 1998. The PCnet-FAST+ device is $9.75 in quantities of 10K.

Except for historical information contained herein, the statements in this news release with respect to PCnet- products are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including the timely development and market acceptance of new products, the impact of competitive products and pricing, the timely development of wafer fabrication process technologies, the effect of changing economic conditions, and such risks and uncertainties detailed from time-to-time in the company's SEC reports.

* Gartner Group

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10:44 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

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11:32 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Maybe I'll revise my original post to read:

Oneretard is another example of why brothers and sisters (as in blood relatives, before Sharifuck reads more into that than what it means) just shouldn't be allowed to breed...same for Sharibitch...

11:33 AM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Walter said...

Sharikou, please stop embarrassing AMD with your inane posts.
If you were paid by Intel to post your crap, you wouldn't do a better job in putting AMD in a bad light.

12:18 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

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5:24 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

What a crybaby turd. Your beloved barc_lame_lona didnt come out the way you wanted it ... now all the NEWS you can get is regarding some guy that is actually telling you the truth !!!LOL

My darling flipper .... dont cry ... dont listen to merlin ... we need you alive .. we nned you to make us laugh ....

Cheers dork.

5:25 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Soooo....you accuse me of Nazism then amend your post with the absurd comment about Germans at the end of it?

You're a fucking joke, your ph.d is a joke, a lie, and your blog is only worth the time it thinks to ridicule you and your inane assine posts...

7:25 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Pizza, you should sue his ass.

That would get the fucking moron to shut his pie hole rather quickly.

Its amazing Sharidouche can blather all the racist and crap he wants, but when someone else uses some language he doesn't like he gets all offended.

What a douchebag...

7:44 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Evil Merlin said:
"First off, Jewish DOES NOT EQUAL ISRAEL!"

You are correct of course that Israel's population is not completely Jewish. But with all do respect, what else could Sharikou mean? We don't hear him saying "Californian Designers", "Oregonian Amateurs" or any other "regional" group singled out for special attention. The most likely reason is he doesn't like Jews. He wouldn't be the first. Israeli is code for Jew.

9:52 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger terry said...

HOLOCAUST IS A LIE!!!

HISTORY HAS BEEN MANIPULATED

10:04 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

Sharikou's incoherent ramblings can sometimes get out of hand

Hexus on Sharikou

Sharikou, you should familiarize yourself with this information. Title 18, Section 245 of the United States Code comes quite handy.

We will be happy to shine the flashlight on you. The FBI and Homeland Security boys are more than eager to identify and neutralize threats to our nation.

Quit being such a jackass.

11:07 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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11:14 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

AMD and Digital Anvil Announce Technology Alliance

--Interactive Entertainment Company will use AMD-3D™ Technology--

AUSTIN, TX -- November 12, 1997 --AMD today announced a strategic technolcgy alliance with Digital Anvil, the Austin, Texas-based interactive entertainment company led by computer gaming pioneer, Chris Roberts. Terms of the relationship cover long-term technology and marketing activities, and include an equity investment by AMD.
Digital Anvil will incorporate AMD's recently unveiled AMD-3D™ Technology into all of its gaming titles currently under development. Digital Anvil was founded in February of this year by Roberts, formerly of Origin Systems and creator of the PC gaming hit Wing Commander. Roberts formed the software company to create innovative, cutting-edge interactive movies and games with high impact, star power and mass appeal. Digital Anvil has also signed a multimillion-dollar publishing deal with Microsoft®, which is an equity investor in the company.

"AMD is very pleased to welcome Digital Anvil as an inaugural partner for implementing AMD-3D Technology. Our relationship with Digital Anvil confirms our commitment to meet the consumer market's future demand for a richer, more realistic multimedia experience," said Atiq Raza, AMD executive vice president and chief technical officer.

"Working with AMD's 3D instruction set and other cutting-edge technologies allows us the opportunity to produce computer games with movie production values and Hollywood quality," said Chris Roberts, CEO of Digital Anvil. "AMD sought our advice for the development of their technology, which is an industry first. Usually, the hardware industry establishes a technology and expects us to build around it."

Some of the gaming industry's top developers have joined Roberts at Digital Anvil, including: John Miles (responsible for the Terramorph, Nexus, VFX graphics system technologies and Microsoft's DirectSound, staples in more than 75 of the industry's top games), Erin Roberts (Strike Commander and the Privateer series), and Tony Zurovec (Crusader series).

"We are delighted to have AMD as a technology and marketing partner as well as an equity investor," said Marten Davies, Digital Anvil's president. "We were impressed with the direction of AMD and its focus on broadening computer gaming to the mass market and look forward to leveraging all the new technologies that AMD will be bringing to market in the years to come."

About AMD-3D Technology
AMD-3D Technology is a significant innovation to the x86 processor architecture that drives today's personal computers. With AMD-3D Technology, new, more powerful hardware and software applications will enable a more entertaining and productive PC platform. Improvements include faster frame rates on high resolution scenes, much better game and application physical modeling of real-world environments, sharper and more detailed 3D imaging, smoother video playback, and near theater quality audio.

AMD has taken a leadership role in developing these new instructions that enable exciting new levels of performance and realism. AMD-3D Technology was defined and implemented in collaboration with Microsoft, application developers, and graphics vendors and has received a very enthusiastic reception. It is compatible with today's existing x86 software and requires no operating system support, thereby enabling AMD-3D applications to work with all existing operating systems. AMD-3D Technology will appear in the upcoming AMD-K6™ 3D and AMD-K6+ 3D processors in 1998, and in the AMD-K7™ processor family in 1999.

About Digital Anvil
Headquartered in Austin, TX, Digital Anvil is an entertainment company specializing in the fusion of silicon and celluloid. The company is creating innovative, bleeding-edge, interactive computer games and movies with star power and mass market appeal. Founded by Chris Roberts, creator of the best-selling Wing Commander series, Digital Anvil has a top creative team from the game and film industries, and a key marketing and equity partnership with industry leader Microsoft. Digital Anvil can be found on the Web at http://www.digitalanvil.com.


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11:32 PM, September 30, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Oneexpert you silly little moron.

Remember one important thing. INTEL ALREADY HAS AND HAS BEEN USING THE TECHNOLOGIES IBM IS SELLING TO AMD.

See AMD on their own wasn't able to push this type of technology into production, mostly due to the fact they don't have the resources to spend on R&D, unlike Intel.


But of course, so fixated on AMD are you, you failed to realize that.


One has to wonder between your two copy and paste accounts if you are ever going to post something that requires using your own minimal capacity, and minimally functional brain.

I doubt it.

Around here all you can do is cut and paste, and YOU STILL look like a retard fucking a doorknob. If you were to post your own words, one would quickly and utterly come to the realization you were much better off just cutting & pasting.

Have fun with your doorknob boy, its about the only action you'll ever see.

5:04 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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8:21 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Rodney said...

Dumbest. Post. EVER.

9:49 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Well, when you're as moronic and ignorant as Sharidouche, you post things like this.

I'm really leaning towards the theory that this is nothing more than a social experiment put on by some college kid to study fanboyism...

Which is why my posts have degraded to derogatory and (evidently) inflammatory statements...

The persona of Sharidouche could never live with himself and his inane ramblings and would probably have offed himself long ago...

10:10 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Scott said...

Sharikou, do you still insist that Intel will go bankrupt in 2Q?

I noticed you haven't really been saying that lately...

10:26 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Vic said...

OMG!
Did you follow the link that he listed? It's a "historical revisionist" site that tries to contradict the extent of suffering and numbers killed in The Holocaust.
So now we know where the "doctor" spends his time, don't we?
An excerpt from the site's home page:
Institute for Historical Review
The IHR is sometimes mischaracterized as a “Holocaust denial” organization. This smear is completely at variance with the facts. The Institute does not “deny the Holocaust.” ...
All the same, the IHR has published detailed books and numerous probing essays that call into question aspects of the orthodox Holocaust extermination story, and highlight specific Holocaust exaggerations and falsehoods.
Even its adversaries, such as the Zionist “Anti-Defamation League,” acknowledge the IHR’s effectiveness.

10:47 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Anybody that denies or negates any aspect of what happpened during the holocaust is a pathetic loser who deservers to be eaten by rats...

11:24 AM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Roborat, Ph.D said...

Godwin's Law...

you lose.

12:05 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Sharikou has been at a loss for years. This is nothing new to him.

The ONLY people that take him seriously are the fanbois who think that AMD is the be all and end all of the computing world, that door knobs are cool to fuck and that it is cool to hang youself while jerking it.

12:20 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Definition of Sharikou:

What you get when you cross a crack whore and a mentally disabled chimpanzee....

1:28 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Take that back Pizza. Thats an insult to the chimp!


I guess we are all just lucky that Sharikou's only "claim to fame" is this blog...

As a "freelance journalist" its apparent he hasn't worked for a while. Maybe soon, they will cut off his internet for lack of payment. The world would once again become a bit more intelligent.

2:59 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

Intel fanboi -
"But with all do respect, what else could Sharikou mean?"

If you don't know then you don't know; no more words, period. It is never correct not even politically to guess what other (anyone) people have in their minds.


"We don't hear him saying "Californian Designers", "Oregonian Amateurs" or any other "regional" group singled out for special attention."

Because Intel's p6 line since Banias core is designed in Israel. Surely when talking about Pentium-M/Core 2 he wouldn't refer to anywhere but where those cores are designed.


"The most likely reason is he doesn't like Jews. He wouldn't be the first. Israeli is code for Jew."

Interesting... he may not like the Pentium-M designers, but it's hardly equal to "he doesn't like Jews" (neither Israel for that matter).

It seems to me that you have linked the success of Pentium-M and Core 2 to the pride of Jews, and thus when somebody criticizes the former you automatically get offended. It is totally unnecessary.

3:11 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Why are you defending this PUTZ?

he clearly said:

Americans and Chinese are smarter it is impossible for the Israeli amateurs to do some radical new stuff out of no where, they simply don't have the track record for ground breaking work.

Thats an insult to the Israeli's plain and simple. No not anti-semetic per say, but still insulting.

3:27 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Abinstein - sift thru this joke of a blog, and you'll find several references to Sharikou's own Nazi-like attitudes, not just against Jews, but other's as well...

4:16 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Abinstein: Please go back to making inaccurate "predictions" about AMD's latest & not-so-greatest products. When you blindly agree with everything Sharikou has ever said (including his racism) it only makes all of AMD look bad.

4:23 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

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8:03 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Abinstein said:

"Because Intel's p6 line since Banias core is designed in Israel. Surely when talking about Pentium-M/Core 2 he wouldn't refer to anywhere but where those cores are designed."

Sharikou has been attacking everything Intel has done for two years. Not once has he singled out another design group like the "Israeli Ameteurs". Time and time again he uses this term.

"It seems to me that you have linked the success of Pentium-M and Core 2 to the pride of Jews, and thus when somebody criticizes the former you automatically get offended."

I believe you just said "It is never correct to guess what other people have in their minds." I find it strange that in the same post you would tell me not to do that, then you do that to me. All racism offends me, and I will call it out when I see it.

Be careful what you support Abinstein.

8:09 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

"Thats an insult to the Israeli's plain and simple. No not anti-semetic per say, but still insulting."

Yes the statement you quoted is insulting Intel's Israeli office. It's nothing less nor nothing more than that. People from every country pretty much insult every other country - that doesn't make the insult (even though improper) against Jews nor make him a bit Nazi-like.

"sift thru this joke of a blog, and you'll find several references to Sharikou's own Nazi-like attitudes, not just against Jews, but other's as well..."

Maybe he did, I wouldn't know because I don't follow his blog very closely. I was just explaining to Intel_fanboi why it is nothing wrong for Sharikou to refer to Israel when he criticize Core 2 - because Core 2 is designed in Israel.

"Sharikou has been attacking everything Intel has done for two years. Not once has he singled out another design group like the "Israeli Ameteurs". Time and time again he uses this term."

Again, you are guessing what he thought. By your argument, he has not once singled out Jews as well, thus your accusation that "Sharikou has problems with all Jews" is as false as well.

"I believe you just said "It is never correct to guess what other people have in their minds."

Yes, you believe correctly.

"I find it strange that in the same post you would tell me not to do that, then you do that to me."

Just like you "believe" above, I can observe, too. The fact that I observe is obvious - when Sharikou criticize Intel's Israeli designers, you link it to an offense toward Jews and you equate his criticism to Nazism. I was merely stating the fact.

"All racism offends me, and I will call it out when I see it."

But you have no right to "call out" something that other people didn't say nor state. Just because a person doesn't like Intel's Israeli office doesn't make him Nazi nor racist.

As a matter of fact, Intel's Israeli department did make very lousy "contribution" to the x86 before - namely the initial x87 math co-processor. It was terribly implemented and horribly supported by the very Intel Israel. I guess by saying so I am a Nazi-like racist in your opinion as well?

10:06 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

Chuckula -

Please read the following statements that you made:

"The K10 has a shared cache just like what Intel did! The new party line is that Intel must have stolen the idea from AMD and that Intel's designs are just ripoffs of AMD. You see? No thinking, no analysis, no thought, just blind emotional hatred. That same kind of hatred is what got 6 million Jews gassed and that same hatred is why Muslims are blowing up other Muslims in Iraq right now."

First, K10's shared L3 cache is totally different from Core 2's shared L2 cache. There is very little that AMD can use in Intel's shared L2 cache in the microarchitecture level.

Second, I am amazed by your ability to link anyone's criticism on Intel to "what got 6 million Jews gassed" and "why Muslim blowing up other Muslim in Iraq". So if someone doesn't like the way Intel does business, he is automatically in-line with Holocaust or terrorists? Isn't it a bit ridiculous to you?

10:20 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

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10:50 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Abinstein said:

"You link it to an offense toward Jews and you equate his criticism to Nazism."

Excuse me Abinstein, but it was Sharikou, not me, who used the word "Nazism". You are using a very old (and boring) debate trick and faulty logic. No one familiar with your blog should be surprised.

10:54 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

Intel fanboi -
"Excuse me Abinstein, but it was Sharikou, not me, who used the word "Nazism"."

Oh well, maybe I have remembered wrong, and you've actually never mentioned "Nazi" in your previous comments. But I cannot help to notice that there are lots of deleted comments of yours hanging around here. I believe the difference between you and Sharikou is that you more avidly delete your old comments.

Still, when Sharikou says: "Intel's exclusionism has its roots in NAZIsm," you were able to derive "Sounds like Sharikou has a problem with Jews." As I said, I was merely stating the fact that such linkage is totally unnecessary.


"You are using a very old (and boring) debate trick and faulty logic. No one familiar with your blog should be surprised."

So precisely what in my blog that makes you not surprised of what? Unlike you I do not delete what I wrote in my blog articles; so if you can simply go over there, take a look, and point out any "problems with Jews"-like errors.... ?

BTW, you have a terrific way of skipping all the arguments in my previous comment but focus on a single error. That is not some sloppy/nasty logic trick, I suppose?

11:29 PM, October 01, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

abistein,

No ones gives a flying F*@(@ about your blog, except yourself.

Someone suggested you go here and hang out with your kind.

12:03 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

I went to abinstein's blog i read this statement from his recent article.....

think the fact is Intel was lying in order to (most poorly) conceal the fact that, in terms of processor architectural design, it is lacking AMD for almost a whole year. What AMD can do in 2007 at 65nm, Intel must wait until 2008 at 45nm.

I laughed my ass off. Thank you for the laughs abinstein you have been added to the list of daily joke sites i go to....

1:44 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Andy said...


think the fact is Intel was lying in order to (most poorly) conceal the fact that, in terms of processor architectural design, it is lacking AMD for almost a whole year. What AMD can do in 2007 at 65nm, Intel must wait until 2008 at 45nm.


As my mum would say.
It's better to do small things well than big things badly!

AMD hasn't done anything on 65nm. So far all 65nm products are poor. Designing something and implementing are 2 completely different things.

Just because Barcelona is a good design doesn't make it a good processor.
Hell i'm sure we could design future processors that run on 22nm and such and are 10x as fast as todays. We could probably put them on todays process and throw 99.999% of them in the bin becuase they are too advanced for their time.

There is a balance to be evaluated. AMD have got the balance totally wrong. It is not just the physical processor that matters. The economics of it are just as important.

5:58 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Chuckula said...

Abinstein: Just read this blog for 5 minutes to see the type of hatred I'm talking about. I made those comments in response to racism that Sharikou was spewing about how Intel's design team wasn't "American" and the "Israelis" can't design chips.
As for the shared cache: Last time I checked AMD used the same 6 transistor SRAM cells everyone else used. You do have a point however: AMD's cache in the K10 is massively inferior to the one Intel started using over a year ago... go read the Anandtech review, it takes the AMD L3 cache 76ns to transfer data between cores, while the Intel L2 shared cache can do it in about 26ns. (See here)
What's even funnier is that the "ancient" Intel FSB can transfer data between the "glued together" cores in 77ns while the "magical" AMD native-quad core design that is nearly sinking the company does it 1 ns faster.. wow, what an improvement!
Abinstein: You are an enemy of AMD. You will overlook anything they do, blindly agree with Sharikou, defend racism, and concoct reasons to hate Intel because of some mental deficiency you have. If AMD wants to survive into 2009 it needs more people like me who can actually be objective, and a whole lot less of the Hector show.

7:00 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Abinstein said:
"Oh well, maybe I have remembered wrong, and you've actually never mentioned "Nazi" in your previous comments. But I cannot help to notice that there are lots of deleted comments of yours hanging around here. I believe the difference between you and Sharikou is that you more avidly delete your old comments.

Ha ha ha! Its my own fault for trying to have a logical discussion with you! Thats your argument?!?! I mention Nazi and then delete the post? You will say anything, no matter how stupid, to try to win an argument.

"Still, when Sharikou says: "Intel's exclusionism has its roots in NAZIsm," you were able to derive "Sounds like Sharikou has a problem with Jews.""

Oh really?? Why don't you repost the EXACT line from my post where I drew a linkage from Sharikou's current post to the Jews? Or did I delete that post too?

BTW, you have a terrific way of skipping all the arguments"

Why should I debate you Abinstein? The entire discussion would consist of me correcting your logic.

So Abinstein, we already knew that you would say anything to defend your precious AMD. But now we see you will even defend racist remarks if they are made by a pro-AMD blogger. So, whether you believe it was a slight against Jews or a slight against Israelis, Abinstein, will you join me in condemning Sharikou's racist language??

8:35 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

"No ones gives a flying F*@(@ about your blog, except yourself."

I'm not very surprised to find that the people who would waste countless keystrokes in pointless personal insults on Sharikou's comment areas article after article have no use of my blog.

The single time in months that I found some "defend-Intel/defend-Jews" logic peculiar (to say the least) and cared to comment, this above is the response that I see. All down to personal attacks, and nil to a real argument.

So there are people who can laugh but who don't think - what can I say? I say just enjoy your time here.

9:03 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Why condemn him - just fucking heckle his sorry ass - I do, it's fun...he's not worth the effort of condemnation - abenstein and his ilk seem to hang on everyword this douchebag says without thought or analysis of what it is he is saying...

Sharikou's nothing more than a case of the coat hanger missing the fetus....

9:09 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

"Ha ha ha! Its my own fault for trying to have a logical discussion with you!"

I'd say it's literally your fault that you are correcting when you delete your old comment, isn't it?

"I mention Nazi and then delete the post?"

No, I didn't say that. I only noticed you have a lot of deleted comments. I also couldn't find where you mentioned Nazi (except here). I also admitted that saying you mentioned Nazi was my error.

"Why don't you repost the EXACT line from my post where I drew a linkage from Sharikou's current post to the Jews?"

The Sharikou's statement that you quote did not mention Jews at all, either. It goes back to my original comment, where I explicitly told you criticism toward Intel's Israeli office does not equate that toward Israeli in general, and less to Jews.

Sharikou is entitled to his points of view on Intel Israel. I have no wish to defend him. But I do find your generalization of "Intel Israel" to "problems with Jews" faulty. Also, I do know that before the Banias core the Israeli part of Intel did do miserably on the implementation of the original x87.

"Why should I debate you Abinstein? The entire discussion would consist of me correcting your logic."

No, you don't need to debate me. But you are not supposed to put words into my mouth and then "correct" those yourself.

"So Abinstein, we already knew that you would say anything to defend your precious AMD."

Apparently you don't know that truth nor the facts. I defend for AMD only on places where Intel makes false statements.

"But now we see you will even defend racist remarks if they are made by a pro-AMD blogger."

For God's sake, I was correcting your logic error, not defending racism. You claim that racism offends you, but when you single out Jews from an attack on Intel Israel your self is acting more like a racist.

"So, whether you believe it was a slight against Jews or a slight against Israelis, Abinstein, will you join me in condemning Sharikou's racist language??"

I will join you to disagree with Sharikou's biased opinion against Intel's Israeli office (in fact I think they're doing a great job in Core 2, much better than they did in x87). However, I will not join you in "condemning" others "racist" just because they criticize Intel Israel.

9:19 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Abinstein said:

"The single time in months that I found some "defend-Intel/defend-Jews" logic peculiar (to say the least) and cared to comment"

Alas, another debate trick. So now its about defending Intel linked with defending Jews? I thought I was talking about attacking "Israeli". How low will you sink Abinstein?

I'm done with this thread. In other news, the Canadian Amateurs may be releasing a new chipset this month. But since Americans are smarter, I expect Nvidia to frag ATI.

9:38 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Yeah, I think I'm done with this thread too...here's what I've gathered....Sharikou is a bigger douche than I originally estimated, a racist scumbag with no ethics, journalistic ability, or technical knowledge whatso ever...his followers hang off his jock as if he actually knows what he's talking about, and will defend his racism and exclusionism (indeed, what else can it be given that he wants Intel to die and AMD be the only CPU supplier) and his idiocy to the very end...

I will continue to heckle and insult this sorry sack of dogshit and his little pissants as I have the luxury to do so and I find it much more entertaining than television....

10:22 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger DrPizza said...

Where the fuck is Phenom? Where the fuck is RX780?

http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/news/2007/10/02/phenom-launch-2007-whoops

Not 2007, apparently.

AMD BK 2Q 08.

11:22 AM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Good call Dr. Pizza (Um, you wouldn't happen to be an Ars'er would ya?).

AMD's schedules are slipping badly.

When they do, Intel just sits back and holds their cards closer.

Intel has a lot coming up this Q.

If AMD's only response is Barcelona and tri-cores, they may as well throw in the towel now.

The tiger is awake, and he is hungry.

I won't even get into AMD's massive loss coming soon to a stock market near you.

3:00 PM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger DrPizza said...

Good call Dr. Pizza (Um, you wouldn't happen to be an Ars'er would ya?).

Yes of course. The clue is in my tribus.

3:53 PM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

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5:26 PM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

abinstein the tool, wrote,

I'm not very surprised to find that the people who would waste countless keystrokes in pointless personal insults on Sharikou's comment areas article after article have no use of my blog."

The countless keystrokes are wasted by you on your blog, you tool.

You and Sharikou are cast from the same die.

You are an amdfanboi, even though you claim not to be.

5:28 PM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

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8:19 PM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

I was laughing so much few weeks ago .. just right before their paper released barc_lamer .. everybody got a CPU to test ... even mu dog ... BUT guess what .. AMDZone didnt get one!!! LOL ....
Abistein ... go back to amdzone ... we all know how you guys are ... virtual reality? NO we got u guys here but the deal with you is NOT that you are a lier ... BUT you are blind ... so I dont blame you .. Mr. Hardware programer GURU!!

10:24 PM, October 02, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

Intelers(copytelers)words are disturbing...

AMD CLAIM,S intel(copytel)nehalem MINMICS AMD TECHNOLOGIES...


After Intel Corp.(copytel) at Intel(copytel) Developer Forum unveiled details in regards its new platform featuring code-named Nehalem processors, Advanced Micro Devices has issued comments claiming that Intel(copytel) actually copied approaches of its smaller rival to create more advanced personal computers.

“What’s amazing is that many of the ‘groundbreaking, innovative new technologies’ are close facsimiles of technologies AMD pioneered, is already shipping, and in some cases, has been shipping for years,” a press statement of AMD reads.


The world’s second largest maker of x86 central processing units (CPUs) says that AMD-developed HyperTransport was mimicked by Intel’s(copytels) QuickPath bus, whereas built-in memory controller was the right thing to go already back in 2003.

“Products that are more than a year away, like Nehalem (compare to native quad-core AMD Opteron), and QuickPath (compare to AMD Direct Connect Architecture and HyperTransport) are simply Intel’s(copytels) admission that AMD was right all along about an integrated memory controller being the key to a superior processor architecture,” AMD said.

Even though built-in memory controller and HyperTransport bus are two indisputable advantages of AMD’s Opteron, Athlon 64, Phenom and Sempron processors, Advanced Micro Devices did not touch upon their performance compared to current Intel(antique) Xeon or Intel(relic) Core 2 processors. The company also did not make any statements regarding relative performance of Nehalem and Bulldozer, however, it said that considering the fact that select Nehalem chips will include graphics cores, the acquisition of ATI Technologies and announcement of code-named Fusion project was the way to go.

“Later, Intel(copytel) talked about its efforts to integrate graphics processors and CPUs with its Larrabee(knock off) project, which should be seen as nothing more than proof positive that AMD had it right with its acquisition of ATI Technologies and continuing development of AMD Fusion processors, due in 2009. AMD is focused on delivering the ultimate visual experience to customers, and while Intel may talk about the visual experience, the mainstream PC platforms with Intel(museum grade) CPUs and chipsets leave something to be desired in that department,” the statement claims.

BUY the original and still best AMD hi performance, energy saving, low cost, cpus, platforms, and video solutions.

12:16 AM, October 03, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Some of the press releases posted here are 10 years old. :S When was the last time anyone gave a fuck about 3DNOW?

In other related news oneexpert pasted in more AMD drivel and called Intel 'copytel'! We must applaud this level of ingenuity!

So explain to me, and everyone else that reads these messages how AMD can be "the original" when they are using Intel's x86 architecture?

12:52 AM, October 03, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

"Alas, another debate trick. So now its about defending Intel linked with defending Jews? I thought I was talking about attacking "Israeli". How low will you sink Abinstein?"

Intel fanboi, all you can do is personal attack, yet you do not see the reasoning nor the points. You have been linking others criticism against Intel Israel to their supposed "problems with Jews". I was merely pointing out this error.

2:41 AM, October 03, 2007  
Blogger abinstein said...

"You and Sharikou are cast from the same die."

So just because I disagree with Intel fanboi's logic, it equates me to Sharikou?

No wonder you see no use of what I wrote on my blog. You have no logic!


"You are an amdfanboi, even though you claim not to be."

And who are you to make such judgment? Just because I criticize Intel, it makes me an "amdfanboi"? I guess judges from multiple governments are also "amdfanboi" then, aren't they?

2:46 AM, October 03, 2007  
Blogger Jonathan said...

In this blog posting, Sharikou has cited and linked to the web site of the IHR.

It is most illuminating that Sharikou chooses to regard the IHR as a reputable and authoritative source to cite in support of his statements.

Moreover, the fact that Sharikou should juxtapose a contemptuous reference to "Israeli amateurs" with a citation from the web site of the IHR is very curious indeed.

This must be taken together with Sharikou's countless references to the fact that Intel's Core architecture team happens to be based in Israel (regardless of whether the teams' location or nationality is relevant to the subject matter of the blog posting).

Sharikou's many past references to Israel and Israelis are of a tone which tends to suggest that Sharikou believes that any association with Israel and Israelis is inherently negative and that by highlighting such associations with Intel he can win support for his anti-Intel cause.

Longtime readers of this blog may be forgiven for inferring that Sharikou's does not hold Israel and Israelis in high esteem. That Sharikou should deem the IHR as a reputable source to cite in support of his writing suggests that his antipathy for Israel and Israelis may extend to Jews in general.

The sad thing is that it is perfectly possible, even easy, to write cogent and trenchant criticism of Intel and Intel's archtitecture and products without descending into deranged and demented ranting punctuated by xenophobia.

It is also possible to write in support of AMD's architectural advantages while still holding AMD accountable for its failures to execute and preserve shareholder value.

This blog might have grown into a popular and commercially viable destination for people wishing to learn more about the potential of 64-bit computing. Unhappily, not only does the local emperor have no clothes, he's also hysterically irrational and inaccurate in his predictions and prognostications.

I have an aversion to gazing at naked lunatics with defective crystal balls, so I'll be looking elsewhere from now on.

Eustace H. Plimsoll
The Laburnums, Alleyn Road, West Dulwich

10:01 PM, October 04, 2007  

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