Friday, September 14, 2007

Lucas: Intel = Evil Dark Side

See this report. Even I am surprise to see an executive from Lucas Films to call Intel evil.

Intel pratices exlcusionism, which is a form of national socialism.

114 Comments:

Blogger Scott said...

Hmmm... Real benchmarks seems to have put a cork in your mouth. What's wrong Sharikook? AMD only neck and neck with the new barcy? No 40% blow-out?

So Sharikou, will Intel still BK in 2008 2Q?

HAHAHAH

FANBOY OWNED BY REALITY!

4:31 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger lex said...

Not much to talk about

INTEL making billions

INTEL wins all benchmarks

Barcelona arrives at 2 GHZ and becomes pretty much a non event

All AMD can do is bring out partners that talk about glowing loving relationships

Where are the benchmarks

Where are the performance numbers

Where is INTEL BK coming

Its all here to see

PhD is for Phony Doctorate

5:34 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

AMD has no sense of ethics whatsoever. They've been misleading people yet again:
http://blogs.zdnet.com/Ou/?p=753

This is disgusting and despicable.

AMD BK Q2'08.

7:49 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Nvidia 9800 Series Coming Soon
- In November
By: Alexandru Pancescu, Hardware Editor

Nvidia 9800 Series Coming Soon
Enlarge picture
For some time now, there have been rumors all over the Web about the general technical specifications of the new generation of Nvidia graphics processing units. According to most hardware websites and related forums like Hyped Hardware, the next generation of Nvidia GPUs will hit the market during November which is not unusual as the graphics manufacturing company has a fall and spring product release
cycle.

The GeForce 9800 series of graphics processing units, GPUs for short, are based on the video processing chip codenamed G92 that is built by the Taiwanese contractor TSMC, using the 65 nanometer fabrication process. The complex architecture of the graphics chip and its capabilities are responsible for the fact that the G92 has over one billion transistors within. Going further than the 8800 series, Nvidia implemented in the G92 chips the second Generation Unified Shader Architecture as well as doubled precision support in the form of the FP64 technologies. As graphics processing units are now known for their parallel computing capabilities, the manufacturing company decided to make good use of them and integrate the GPGPU as a native technology.

Talking about parallel computing capabilities, well, the G92 GPU will hit the one teraflop mark with its shader processing units that comes in a MADD+ADD configuration which translates in 2+1 FLOPS=3 FLOPS per ALU (the shorthand for the arithmetic logic unit). The fully scalar design of the G92 series of GPUs is combined with a 512bit wide memory interface and an extended support for as much as 1GB of GDDR4 graphics memory. Graphics APIs supported are represented by the latest (in fact not yet released) DirectX 10.1 and its open source equivalent, OpenGL 3.0. Other new features of the G92 series are the support for "FREE 4xAA", an audio HDMI compliant chip, a tesselation unit built directly into the graphics core and improved performance and quality output of the AA and AF units.

While pricing for the GeForce 9800 series will vary wildly across the different manufacturers, two price ranges are being shuffled: 549-649 USD for the GeForce 9800 GTX and 399-449 USD for the GeForce 9800 GTS.

BUY INTEL AND NVIDIA hi performance,
energy saving, low cost cpus, platforms, and video solutions.

INTEL CLOVERTOWN 142000% better than amd...

Intel Celeron Single core 160% better in everything compared to crappy quad core barcelona

10:09 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

ntel Corp. said on Tuesday that it would start production of its new central processing units (CPUs) using new 45nm process technology in late October, less than two months from now. Following the formal opening, the world’s largest chipmaker will unveil new and faster processors in mid-November, a move expected to rise performance bar of computing.

“In 45 days, a new building called ‘Fab 32’ tucked into a sleepy corner of Arizona will come to life. Inside this building a new type of device will be made in incredible numbers,” said Nick Knupffer, a spokesman for Intel wrote in the company’s corporate blog.

Earlier Intel started making its central processing units using 45nm process tech at its development D1D fab in Oregon, however, the development fab cannot manufacture products in high-volume, which is required for mass products.

Intel’s 45nm fabrication process is an innovative production technology that features new Hafnium material with a property called high-k for the transistor gate dielectric, and a new combination of metal materials for the transistor gate electrode. The combination of thinner process technology along with new materials is projected to reduce transistor leakage and increases their performance.

The Santa Clara, California-based chipmaker is projected to ship its first server and high-performance desktop/workstation microprocessors made using 45nm process technology for revenue this year and even formally unveil it late in 2007 too. Potentially, the new 45nm central processing units represent a threat for the new breed of chips from Advanced Micro Devices, who is known for relatively slow volume ramps of its innovative chips.

Intel announced in March that the new “Penryn” family chips produced using 45nm process technology will have greater instructions per clock (IPC) execution, which means that they will be faster and more efficient even at the same clock-speeds with the current generation chips. Besides, the new chips will be able to run at higher clock-speeds compared to today’s Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad products.

The major micro-architectural improvements for new Intel Core 2 processors, besides SSE4 instruction set, include the so-called Unique Super Shuffle Engine and Radix 16 technique. The Super Shuffle Engine is a full-width, single-pass shuffle unit that is 128-bits wide, which can perform full-width shuffles in a single cycle. This significantly improves performance for SSE2, SSE3 and SSE4 instructions that have shuffle-like operations such as pack, unpack and wider packed shifts. This feature will increase performance for content creation, imaging, video and high-performance computing. Radix 16 technique, according to Intel, roughly doubles the divider speed over previous generations for computations used in nearly all applications. In addition, Intel also improved virtualization technology as well as added some features to dynamic acceleration technology, which is supposed to boost single-threaded applications’ performance on multi-core chips.

Each of Intel’s dual-core Penryn chips will have 410 million transistors, up significantly from 291 million of current dual-core Conroe processors, however, thanks to 45nm process technology, the chips will have die size of 107 square millimeters, down about 25% from 155 square millimeters of the Conroe.

BUY INTEL AND NVIDIA hi performance,
energy saving, low cost cpus, platforms, and video solutions.

INTEL CLOVERTOWN 142000% better than amd...

Intel Celeron Single core 160% better in everything compared to crappy quad core barcelona

10:10 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Your grasp of Engrish is fucking incredible you dink.

10:35 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Star wars part 1-3.........all made with AMD all suck ass....

AMD slow performance equates crappy sequels

10:50 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger BONER said...

I wonder how long it will be before onedipshit starts spamming random shit. As soon as I see his name I instantly scroll to the next post since there's no point in reading that crap.

I'm pretty sure sharikou is in fact getting a doctorate degree and this website is what he is basing his thesis off of. Sharikou is not at all stupid unless he had someone else writing some of his work/replies back in the day. Although his english is slightly broken his thought process is too sharp for him to be stupid enough to believe any of the shit he's been putting on this site for a while now.

10:59 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

OK so now Sharidouce is saying Intel is run by Nazi's...


Off the fucking rocker.


No wonder anyone in the industry, including AMD employees think this Ph(ake)d is a fucking douche.

Me thinks Intel backed out of the LucasArts stuff because George wanted hand outs....

Sharikou is a fucking laughing stock.

11:44 PM, September 14, 2007  
Blogger NT78stonewobble said...

Exclusionism?

What like Sharikou himselv is doing here?

9:04 AM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Intel practices business you fucking dimwit - same as any other large corporation - don't see your lame, narrow, dumbass going to town on Microsoft like you do Intel? Why is that cockgobbler? I know - because you were FIRED from Intel and this is your way of "getting even"...

...only thing it does is get you laughed at you cum-gurgling butt-slammer....

12:00 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Mo ckp site ni peminat intel punya nda pulak.. Tapik ramai betul budak2 intel ni disini.. kalo dorang ckp yang baik2 nda pa la jugak, memaki jak yang dorang tau.. apa la korang ni nda kasi can sama AMD langsung..

Bah nda lama lagi Phenom keluar bah.. Jagalah kamu.. kompem kenak smack down la CPU Intel konon2 la ba yang kamu bilang laju tu..

Ekekeke.. na mati kutu kamu nda paham satu habuk pun.. apa la agak2 kamu punya respon ni.. tunggu dan lihat jak la nanti.. ;-)

4:34 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger Hornet331 said...

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5:28 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger Hornet331 said...

English, motherfucker!
Do- You- Speak- It?

by Jules (Pulp Fiction)

5:30 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

English, motherfucker!
Do- You- Speak- It?


Ahh peduli apa aku.. Ekekek.. na kan mati kutu ko kali ni ko nda paham apa yang aku ckp.. Padan muka ko..

Hidup AMD!

5:35 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

I guess after the AMD turd called K10 benchmarks now these guys lost all hope and are talking in their native language. Pezal you dumb fuck how come you dont speak english anymore ... but 2 weeks ago you were talking all that hot air out of your mouth?

Az hameye bacheha shoma AMD motherfuckers batrin hastin!!!!
These guys are speachless I guess!!! :)

8:49 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

I will tell you why he cant speak English anymore......ever since his triumphant victory of the award for "Dumbest post of all time" he has figured out that perhaps speaking in foreign languages might not make him look like the dumbass he is when he types in English.

Bravo Pezal well done!!

Though we will miss the entertainment that you provide when you do post in English i can understand why you resort to the other language.....

10:00 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

For those that missed it the first time this is a copy of what transpired.....

Before we start this topic off we must recognize a fellow poster who has transcended all to achieve this great honor......

DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME

Congratulations to Pezal!


Here is that award winning post....
-------------------------
pezal said...

Tick tock tick tock...AMD CLOCKED

Time (Sec) in bold

IBM/IBM System X3455/Not applicable
AMD Barcelona 1.9 GHz 1 x 2 x 4 = 8
49808
3 Vehicle Collision

Intel/Mellanox Technolgies, Inc./Scali, Inc. Clovertown Blades/Infiniband DDR, OFED 1.2
Intel Xeon Clovertown 2.66GHz 1 x 2 x 4 = 8
32578
3 Vehicle Collision

Ekekeke.. Intel is finished.. BK by Q2'08 for sure..
----------------

Wow just amazing research and dedication there.....

And here are some of the replies when others learned of this brilliance......

from chuckla

Pezal: You do realize you just called the AMD system slower right? That score is a TIME IN SECONDS (here's a hint: fewer seconds == faster time).
From your own post before you delete it to avoid embarrassment:
K10: 49808 (seconds)
Intel: 32578 (seconds)

I know you are also the drooling retard who could not even comprehend that a 2.4Ghz K10 will not actually be 485% faster than a 1.6Ghz K10, but please this is embarrassing.

from intel fanboi

PEZAL, the scores are in SECONDS. You are a LIAR and an IDIOT. Congrats on the DUMBEST fanboi post OF ALL TIME!

We thank you Pezal for your contribution to this blog lets please give ours props to Pezal who recently beat out all others for the dumbest post of all time

10:01 PM, September 15, 2007  
Blogger Kevin said...

Here's a fun fact: Industrial Light and Magic was 27 years old and had won 14 Oscars by the time they partnered with AMD in 2002.

1:19 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Badigol 13Ringinheat said..
DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME

The 49808 score is the benchmark result for the single Quad Opteron 1.9Gzh which is as you can see from the link below,
http://www.topcrunch.org/benchmark_results.sfe

Whats wrong with that, badigol 13ringinheat? Its just a typo mistake..

4:30 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said the following:

Its just a typo mistake

Doesn't matter Pezal! The crown is still yours. From now on, whenever we reply to you, we will use the following:

Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said:

8:27 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger tech4life said...

Alex said
I guess after the AMD turd called K10 benchmarks now these guys lost all hope and are talking in their native language. Pezal you dumb fuck how come you dont speak english anymore ... but 2 weeks ago you were talking all that hot air out of your mouth?

Az hameye bacheha shoma AMD motherfuckers batrin hastin!!!!
These guys are speachless I guess!!! :)


There is a difference between speaking English and speaking English well. Your first sentence is poorly constructed and confusing. You should have said something like, "I guess after the disappointing K10 benchmarks...". Also "now" is redundant with "after", "english" should be capitalized, and "speachless" is really spelled as "speechless". You're welcome.

8:42 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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8:49 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Lets laugh at the AMD fanboys. "Just wait for the next stepping! It will fix everything including the performance problems!" at this rate we'll be waiting until AMD goes BK for a decent CPU.

Oh things are just fine at AMD. Losing $1.2bn in six months is nothing to worry about.

AMD is laughable. While Intel and Nvidia launch new products that are actually faster than the competiton AMD thinks this is the wrong thing to do! They also seem to take giant leaps backwards on clock speeds when they go to a newer process. Intel moves to a new process and immediately releases faster clockspeeds. Yet AMD is stuck at 2.6ghz dual core at 65nm and 2ghz quad core on quad core. This is because AMD's yields are an abysmal 30% and we saw previously. (except for BARONMATRIX - he couldn't figure out how to use the link!)

AMD will finally get Barcelona to 2.5GHz, then shrink to 45nm and go backwards again to 2Ghz! Maybe they'd be better off staying at 90nm!

AMD BK Q2'08.

9:44 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Scott said...

I'm an AMD fanboy, can you please explain how to use a link.

- Thanks

10:25 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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10:29 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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10:49 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said:

The 49808 score is the benchmark result for the single Quad Opteron 1.9Gzh which is as you can see from the link below,
http://www.topcrunch.org/benchmark_results.sfe

Whats wrong with that, badigol 13ringinheat? Its just a typo mistake..


hahahah one post by me and pezal remembers how to speak English again.....amazing the skills i possess.....

Thank you Intel fanboi for giving Pezal the respect and honor he deserves for winning that coveted title. And as you have suggested i have used the format "Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said:" in my current post......

AMD to copy intel's technology names once more....

first there was hypertransport from hyperthreading,
turion processor technolgy from centrino, then AMD live from Intel's VIIV initiative.......and now AMD has released another phrase......

AMD a lead behind......from intel's a leap ahead.

And from the looks of their recent releases AMD is living up to their company slogan....

11:11 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

The idiots are doing 3 core chip because yeilds on the 4 way chips suck ass... so they're taking a quad core with single bad core or flakey core, disabling it and calling it tri-core

You AMD cum-gobblers are eating this splooge up too...amazing..

12:12 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

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12:12 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Who cares about a 3 core processor when you can buy a Q6600 now for under $300? Newegg has them for just $279. An utter bargain for the amount of processing power you get.

As Spaztic Pizza pointed out, the only reason AMD is doing this is because their yields on quad core parts are so awful.

Pat Gelsinger said "This is the right way to do quad core at 65nm" (refering to an MCM vs. a monolithic die) and he was absolutely right. The facts speak for themselves. Intel's quad core is cheap to manufacture with good yields, excellent pricing, excellent performance and available at up-to 3GHz.

12:42 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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12:52 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

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2:06 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Who cares about a 3 core processor when you can buy a Q6600 now for under $300?

Thats because Intel cant do it..
I believe the Tri cores of AMD will easily kick C2Ds asses and also they will put the prices of the Tri CPUs cheaper than the existing C2Q prices.


the only reason AMD is doing this is because their yields on quad core parts are so awful.

I dont think so.. the reason why AMD doing that is because they know Intel cant implement that skills to their existing glued CPUs.. Im sure the Tri Cores will compete with the existing Intel glued C2Q while Quad Phenom will compete with Intel glued C2Q Penryn.


Intel's quad core is cheap to manufacture with good yields, excellent pricing, excellent performance and available at up-to 3GHz.

Cheap to manufacture
Indeed, because they only needs to buy a glue to package their processors.

Excellent Pricing
With cheap manufacturing cost for sure they can sells their products with the excellent prices.

excellent performance and available at up-to 3GHz.
Excellent temperature and available at up to 100°C.

2:08 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Oneexpert said:

BUY NEW, STATE OF THE ART, AMD hi performance, energy saving, low cost cpus, platforms and video solutions.


You have posted this line about 50 times already. If you are going to post the same thing over and over again, for God's sake, PLEASE spell it "high", not "hi".

2:36 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

Pezal you idiot, its because INTEL doesnt have to do it .... their yields are good enough to make money from water .... dont you think that IF a die is defective it might be that other cores are also leaking? ASO WHAT YOU HAVE IS A DEAD DIE .... now spin it the way you want it ... the 4 core design was optimized for 4 core transactions and it can be since the cache is shared maybe some of the cache is also defective? BTW, welcome back to the english speaking world ....

2:38 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

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2:43 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

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2:49 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

Prezel said...
"excellent performance and available at up-to 3GHz.
Excellent temperature and available at up to 100°C."

100C? .. atleast you can overclock them, can you do that with barcelona?

So qx6850 runs @ 100C? I have a qx6700 es running at 3.4GHZ air cooled running at 55C avrg.
You have any links that states the chip q6600, qx6700, qx6850 are running normal at 100C?
else stfu!

Correction:
"excellent performance and available at up-to 4GHz" if y ou have no life and play games 24/7.

See that 4 GHZ? lets see if your beloved turd can do the same.

2:51 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said:

Thats because Intel cant do it..
I believe the Tri cores of AMD will easily kick C2Ds asses and also they will put the prices of the Tri CPUs cheaper than the existing C2Q prices.


the only reason AMD is doing this is because their yields on quad core parts are so awful.

I dont think so.. the reason why AMD doing that is because they know Intel cant implement that skills to their existing glued CPUs.. Im sure the Tri Cores will compete with the existing Intel glued C2Q while Quad Phenom will compete with Intel glued C2Q Penryn.


Intel's quad core is cheap to manufacture with good yields, excellent pricing, excellent performance and available at up-to 3GHz.

Cheap to manufacture
Indeed, because they only needs to buy a glue to package their processors.

Excellent Pricing
With cheap manufacturing cost for sure they can sells their products with the excellent prices.

excellent performance and available at up-to 3GHz.
Excellent temperature and available at up to 100°C.
------------------------------

ahhahahaha With each new post you seem to top your self for the dumbest post of all time. You do realize you have won the award and need not prove that you are the dumbest poster over and over....

i do give you credit though atleast your posts are original compared to your retarded cousin onedouchebag

4:38 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Only dumbass AMD fanbois would look at the release of defective chips and call it a victory for AMD.......

In other news AMD fanbois have started to buy expired groceries from local markets claiming that stores that dont sell expired products are inferior......

AMD when defective chips are good enough to sell to ignorant fanbois......a leap behind

4:43 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

You have any links that states the chip q6600, qx6700, qx6850 are running normal at 100C?
else stfu



as you wished my friend.. This is only one link and of course there are still plenty out there that you can check it out yourself.. have fun..
http://www.lavalys.com/forum/lofiversion/index.php/t2573.html

5:22 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said:

as you wished my friend.. This is only one link and of course there are still plenty out there that you can check it out yourself.. have fun..
http://www.lavalys.com/forum/lofiversion/index.php/t2573

Pezal lies again! I found the following on the website of this software:

Intel defines a certain Tjunction temperature for the processor. In the case of Yonah it is 85C° or 100C°. First of all the program reads from a Model Specific Register (or MSR), and detects the Tjunction temperature. A different MSR contains the temperature data, this data is represented as Delta in C° between current temperature and Tjunction.

So the actual temperature is calculated like this 'Core Temp = Tjunction - Delta'

AMD chips report the temperature by a special register in the CPU's NB. Core Temp reads that register and uses a formula provided by AMD to calculate the current temperature. The formula is: 'Core Temp = Value - 49'.

The sensor in AMD CPUs can report temperatures between -49C and 206C.

5:55 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Alex said...

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5:57 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Masch said...

Intel has defective manufacturing process. It causes them to have better yields, have quad cores 10 months before AMD, and also causes them to win all benchmarks.

DEFECTIVE

AMD fanboys won't have faster computers, but they can rest at night knowing that their quad-core is monolithic, even though it doesn't matter.

9:10 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

AMD fanboys won't have faster computers, but they can rest at night knowing that their quad-core is monolithic, even though it doesn't matter.

How can you say this?!?! Haven't you seen enough Radny Allen videos about the evil FSB, the evils of a MCM and the evils of using FB-DIMM memory?!

9:25 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger terry said...

hidup AMD!!!

orang yahudi tak boleh terima kelemahan diri sendiri walaupun mereka tahu yg mereka salah

intel adalah syarikat yahudi

samalah dengan peminat2 intel yg telah diracuni fikiran mereka oleh iklan2 intel

peminat intel adalah penjilat dubur anjing

11:02 PM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Intel chipset got bugs inside.. http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3063&Itemid=1

Their stupidity eventually prove their greediness.. Take a look below.. (quoted from FUD site) what a shame..

>It almost sounds as if Intel doesn't wan't its board partners to succeed in creating top-notch board so that Intel can steal some market share with its own X38 board, or will it be X48?

12:27 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

AMD is looking towards the future..

http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3069&Itemid=1

Barcelona supports DD3-1600 up to 8Gb.. Wow..

12:50 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

AMD confirms K10 DDR2/DDR3 memory controller

http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3064&Itemid=1

Funny..
MSI removed the DDR2 memory slots from its X38 board because they already knew that things got buggy inside.. ekekekeke

12:57 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

ya betul tu terry..

budak2 intel ni tak nak mengalah langsung.. tapi best gak buat forum dengan dorang ni mcm2 ragam ada..

1:07 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Pezal, winner of DUMBEST POST OF ALL TIME, said: Their stupidity eventually prove their greediness.. Take a look below.. (quoted from FUD site) what a shame..


You of all people should be the last person to point out others stupidity.....hahhahah i have seen it all now.....

AMD powered by turd......supported and run by bigger turds

4:00 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Rodney said...

SILENCE MONKEYS!!!

5:49 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger NT78stonewobble said...

Now does windows XP even like having only 3 cores / cpus?

7:52 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

I found this exciting pic of Intel's Multi-core strategy :-

http://greensboring.com/pod/in-n-out.jpg

8:23 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

I guess more vaporware and Paranoia from Intel at their latest IMF -Intel Marketing Forum tomorrow.

I sincerely dont understand why they call it a 'Developer' forum...
Since most of the attendees are the crooks and press ...Developers most likey already have the information of the latest crap from Intel or they simply dont care. Intel should be sued for calling it a developer forum.

8:31 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger anti-Intel guy said...

There's one thing left to say about intelers: Heil Intler !

9:12 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger NT78stonewobble said...

anti-intel guy...

Well the same can be said for equally fanatical amd fans.

Personally I don't care about the companies... but what product that give me the best performance.

9:24 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...


Since most of the attendees are the crooks and press ...Developers most likey already have the information of the latest crap from Intel or they simply dont care. Intel should be sued for calling it a developer forum.


Compared to what? AMD being stuck at 2Ghz. AMD should be sued for releasing CPUs that are so slow. A maximum of 2Ghz? That's pathetic. All with inferior IPC.

AMD will probably have to achieve something close to clock speed parity with Intel in order to compete for the performance crown

The problem? AMD is stuck at 2Ghz with 30% yields. Intel is at 3GHz with brand new 45nm process coming in November. Then the clock speeds will really ramp up.

AMD is an embarrassment to the entire IT industry, no wonder that four VPs have left recently! Their "next generation products in both GPUs and CPUs are slower than the competitors existing products! While Intel and Nvidia innovate and move the industry forward AMD tries to move backwards with it's inferior products!

AMD BK Q2'08!

11:02 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

Giant said...
Compared to what? AMD being stuck at 2Ghz. AMD should be sued for releasing CPUs that are so slow. A maximum of 2Ghz? That's pathetic. All with inferior IPC.


You are a moron of the first order..
when Intel was selling its netburst for 3.4GHz , they happily launched and marketed their Centrino (aka patched PIII ) starting at 900Mhz ...where the F where you then ?? : ))

11:18 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


The problem? AMD is stuck at 2Ghz with 30% yields. Intel is at 3GHz with brand new 45nm process coming in November. Then the clock speeds will really ramp up.

AMD is an embarrassment to the entire IT industry, no wonder that four VPs have left recently! Their "next generation products in both GPUs and CPUs are slower than the competitors existing products! While Intel and Nvidia innovate and move the industry forward AMD tries to move backwards with it's inferior products!




Maybe you guys need a nap. I haven't heard anything saying AMD was at 30% yields. Which stepping do you mean? Which rev? And don't point to a generic link with 1996 data.

Anand's test showed that when Intel doesn't optimize (for themselves), AMD wins in SSE.
How can you say that getting 4 cores into the same envelope as two cores isn't excellent engineering?

FanBoys BK Q208

11:38 AM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Kevin said...

Did Pezal just quote a TJunction as running temperature?

Pezal...you are an idiot.

3:22 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

Intel buys Havok.

Hector exclaims "Oh Fuck!!, AYD" (Another year delay).

For the AMD fanboys - Did you ever hear about AMD's plans to run physics on GPU's?

Guess who's physics engine that was?

Hector got it in the ass real good this time.

3:51 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

netrama said: You are a moron of the first order..
when Intel was selling its netburst for 3.4GHz , they happily launched and marketed their Centrino (aka patched PIII ) starting at 900Mhz ...where the F where you then ?? : ))

Thats why he mentioned IPC you AMD asshole. Try to read the ENTIRE post before you go trying to compete with pezal for stupidity......AMD fanbois zero intelligence...zero reading comprehension.....big on ASS.U.mptions

Kevin said: Pezal...you are an idiot.

That is why he has the distinction of being the holder of dumbest post of all time award his stupidity knows no bounds

Baronmatrix said: Maybe you guys need a nap.

yes we do.....wake us up when AMD has some actual products in the market that compete....and not make a mockery of the CPU and GPU business

AMD POWERED BY TURD SUPPORTED BY BIGGER TURDS

4:27 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

I haven't heard anything saying AMD was at 30% yields.

That's because you couldn't open the link.

7:01 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

13ringinheat said...
That’s why he mentioned IPC you AMD asshole.

ha ha truth hurts doesn’t it...lol

Your another Intel bedmate lies with statements like 'A maximum of 2Ghz?' 'The problem? AMD is stuck at 2Ghz with 30% yields.'

You definitely sound like one of those Intel salesmen who shows an extreme edition Intel CPU 3.4Ghz and sells 1.6Ghz Core2 CPUS to OEMS ..lol FYI most of the AMD supporters here are actual users of AMD products and they would like AMD to stay in business bringing out innovative technologies and keep Intel tick tocking ..Unlike you paid Intel MF

7:10 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

You definitely sound like one of those Intel salesmen who shows an extreme edition Intel CPU 3.4Ghz and sells 1.6Ghz Core2 CPUS to OEMS

Unlike AMD who shows quad core at 3Ghz then only ships them at 2Ghz?

You definitely sound like one of those AMD salesmen who shows an FX AMD quad CPU 3Ghz and sells 2Ghz Barcelona to OEMS ..lol FYI most of the Intel supporters here are actual users of Intel HIGH speed products. ...Unlike you paid AMD MF

7:44 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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8:11 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

netrama said...

Your another Intel bedmate lies with statements like 'A maximum of 2Ghz?' 'The problem? AMD is stuck at 2Ghz with 30% yields.'

You sir are a retarded douchebag who has no clue how to read and understand English!!!

Where in my posts did you see these quotes you retard 'A maximum of 2Ghz?' 'The problem? AMD is stuck at 2Ghz with 30% yields.'

And what are you complaining about??? AMD's Barcelona IS at a maximum of 2ghz rite now isnt it??? Can you find a faster barcelona??? Actually can you find a barelona PERIOD!!! Damn AMD and their paper launches....


You definitely sound like one of those Intel salesmen who shows an extreme edition Intel CPU 3.4Ghz and sells 1.6Ghz Core2 CPUS to OEMS ..lol

hahahah i love how AMD fanbois still living in the past remembering netburst when everything Intel ships now is C2D based.......keep on living in the 2002 buddy and by the looks of AMD's latest processor they are targeting products to run that year s programs as well.......

FYI most of the AMD supporters here are actual users of AMD products and they would like AMD to stay in business bringing out innovative technologies and keep Intel tick tocking ..Unlike you paid Intel MF
-------------------------

Yes great innovations by AMD......65nm slower than 90nm.....DDR2 slower than DDR......two amd dual cores slower than one intel quad core......late GPUs slower than competitors 8 month old product......late processors slower than competitors 10 month old product..........yep keep innovating AMD you are doing a heck of a job....

AMD.......Innovations for the retarded....

8:15 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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8:17 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

Onemoron, I'll fix that for you.

Barcelona yields so low, AMD can't ship a quad core. Take the defective chips and sell them as three core.

8:53 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

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9:04 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Analysis of Christian M. Howell

Chris is my favorite AMD fanboi, mostly because I enjoy looking at his silly hat. He has distinguished himself here with his constant "grow up", "get a life" and "you are all so immature" posts, when he in fact supports Sharikou, and posts on the same blog as the rest of us. Thus he scores well in hypocrisy. According to his own write-up, he is a "screenwriter trapped in a SW developers cubicle", giving him a very high score on the delusional scale. As for intelligence, he hasn't really said anything that stupid here, but 13ring recently referred to him as BaronMatrix, which I do not know for sure he is. If that is correct, the Baron was a PLAGUE at Tom's Forums, pretty much wasting everyone's time and drawing the ire of such notables as Jumping Jack.

Thus we have in summary:
delusional rating: 10
hypocrisy rating: 6
stupidity rating: 8
Overall score: 24

Congratulations Christian M. Howell on your score of 24!

9:17 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

13ringinheat said...
hahahah i love how AMD fanbois still living in the past remembering netburst when everything Intel ships now is C2D based.......keep on living in the 2002 buddy and by the looks of AMD's latest processor they are targeting products to run that year s programs as well.......


Alright MF lets hear from you, what was the first shipping speed of Core2 Duo ?? And why all the hatred for AMD ?? And if you are taking Intel's money to do the crappy write up here , you need to do a little better that calling others "a**h*les"

9:42 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger pointer said...


netrama said...

Alright MF lets hear from you, what was the first shipping speed of Core2 Duo ?? And why all the hatred for AMD ?? And if you are taking Intel's money to do the crappy write up here , you need to do a little better that calling others "a**h*les"


wow, you are asking why all hatred for AMD in this very why all hatred for Intel blog? :)

10:14 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D said...

To Whom it May Concern,

I openly admit it. Our yields on Quad Core Opteron processors are terrible. This is why we are introducing Phenom processors for desktops with one, two, three and four processing cores all based on the same design.

I had our marketing department put out a press release that my devoted fan oneexpert posted here for you all to see. Isn't it amazing how I can turn our awful yields into a positive spin by 'offering customers more choice' with a press release?

While it may sound like things are going fine at AMD, it's my sad duty to report that nothing could be further from the truth. We're losing more ground to our competitor in the highly profitable server/workstation market and our graphics market share is shrinking. We're also projecting another loss in excess of $500 million.

In short, we're royally fucked. I just felt that our loyal supporters like onexpert, Sharikou and Penix deserved to know the truth.

Regards,

Hector de J. Ruiz, Ph.D.

10:23 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

netrama said: Alright MF lets hear from you, what was the first shipping speed of Core2 Duo ??

Intel showed off a 2.66ghz core 2 duo during IDF which was pretty much expected to be the launch speed but around launch time they surprised everyone by releasing a 2.93ghz extreme edition which was readily available in the market to purchase AT THE DAY OF LAUNCH!!!

And why all the hatred for AMD ??

Tired of their whining and BS marketing ploys. THey are the underdog...be humble and come out with products instead of flapping your marketing mouth in the wind only to look like an A hole company later.

And if you are taking Intel's money to do the crappy write up here , you need to do a little better that calling others "a**h*les"

nope i come here for my daily dose of entertainment reading from the likes of sharikou, pezal, howel, rauthor and now you. Thank you guys for the laughter..except oneexpert you are just annoying...

Mr Ruiz is more truthful on this blog than he has ever been in his life. Thank you for the info.

AMD...powered by turd.....innovation for retards......supported by douchebags.....leaping behind the competition one quarter at a time.

11:22 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger AndyW35 said...

Looking at the original link in Sharikou's post it initially looks like a sensible ideal to examine the overall customer experience rather than just who has the faster cpu. However I think the person writing it got carried away with "partnerships" due to the presentation he had just seen. I guess that was AMD's gameplan all along, or else why have it?

The problem with partnerships is that they can only carry you so far. For instance any buyer of a cpu gets a certain level of performance. Not every buyer of a cpu from a company gets the same level of partnership. For instance HP and ILM will get more of a partnership than a small company with a requirement for 10-15 machines every 3 years or so. And what about the home user who typicvally might by a new machien every 5 years ? .. they get f*ck all partnership. They are still guarranteed a level of performance though.

How do partnerships for the big firms stack up ? Well Dell, one of the speakers at the conference, had the worlds biggest single supplier partnership with Intel for a long time and gave that up as the performance of Netburst stank compared to K8. On AMD's side the previous partnership with the "channel" got junked when they had to supply loads of cpu's then to Dell. These partnerships don't seem to be as set in stone as performance do they?

If partnerships were better than performance then why did Intels profits go down when they had Netburst and then up when they had high performing Conroe even though the partnerships had disappeared for them and they were evil?

How are AMD doing financially again at the moment with worse performance but better partnerships?

No, I think that guy got carried away with what was given to him. The be all and end all is how good your product is, the partnership is the icing on the cake.

IDF is upon us, Intel will just probably talk about new technology and not too much on partnerships and I think they have that the correct way around nowadays.

11:30 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Nehalem being shown off tomorrow, AMD is finished.

http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3088&Itemid=1

AMD is stuck at 2Ghz while Intel is relentless. Penryn this year and Nehalem next year.

AMD has not shown off any 45nm product yet. Intel is years ahead of AMD on 45nm/HK

AMD's BK is now assured.

11:39 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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11:59 PM, September 17, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

News Release
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The VIA CN896 chipset has been certified by Microsoft to guarantee a reliable and trouble free installation of Windows Vista, with its VIA Chrome9 HC integrated graphics core, designed for high performance in 2D, 3D and DirectX 9 applications, bringing MPEG-2 acceleration to deliver smooth DVD playback while minimizing impact on system resources.

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1:11 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Rodney said...

I know why Sharikou is so paranoid about national socialism... he knows they gassed the retards first.

6:14 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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6:26 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger oneexpert said...

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7:05 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Hhahahah i love all the articles oneexpert posts. Notice how all the official things he cuts and pastes will have topics like....

AMD IS SET.....to attack C2D
AMD WILL....topple Intel
AMD MIGHT.....take back the performance crown
AMD IS READY.....to roll out barcelona

HAHAHAHHA......so pathetic.....Nothing is based on the present or even reality everything is based off some distant future time to keep these delusional hope up for amd fanbois.....

7:30 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


I haven't heard anything saying AMD was at 30% yields.

That's because you couldn't open the link.


I guess it's on eof those magic link sonly some people can open. No wait it wasn't a link. A ink look like this

7:39 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


Chris is my favorite AMD fanboi, mostly because I enjoy looking at his silly hat. He has distinguished himself here with his constant "grow up", "get a life" and "you are all so immature" posts, when he in fact supports Sharikou, and posts on the same blog as the rest of us. Thus he scores well in hypocrisy. According to his own write-up, he is a "screenwriter trapped in a SW developers cubicle", giving him a very high score on the delusional scale. As for intelligence, he hasn't really said anything that stupid here, but 13ring recently referred to him as BaronMatrix, which I do not know for sure he is. If that is correct, the Baron was a PLAGUE at Tom's Forums, pretty much wasting everyone's time and drawing the ire of such notables as Jumping Jack.

Thus we have in summary:
delusional rating: 10
hypocrisy rating: 6
stupidity rating: 8
Overall score: 24



I really thank you for the publicity, as does BaronMatrix, my alter-ego and lifelong scourge of foolishness.

Again, it's funny how I couldn't care less who you are. Remember there's no moderator here so watch your filthy vermin mouth.

My blog doesn't exist for you and neither does my hat or my admittedly seriously GQ suit.

I'm so full of shit that I have the entire financial database for a billion dollar multinational corporation sitting right in front of me.

Wait,



ALL HAIL THE DUOPOLY!!!!

I'm not with Sharikou. I don't want Intel nor AMD to BK. Just like AMD is around to keep Intel honest, I'm around to keep ALL OF YOU honest.

SHarikou doesn't even post here anymore. He just says something AMD-positive and watches the crabs in the barrel.

Unfortunately, I find you guys so funny that I may as well nudge you a little myself.

We already know you'll fall for it and start with the LITTLE GIRL name calling.

Quoth the DOGG,

BEEEYOTCH.

7:48 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

I guess it's on eof those magic link sonly some people can open. No wait it wasn't a link. A ink look like this

That's funny. The word 'this' in your post I quoted from is just an ordinary word. It's not a link. If you can't create a link, is it any wonder you couldn't open the URL I posted?


It has been rumored that intel sets out to produce all 4 core chips and that the c2ds and celerons are simply defective 4 core rejects with turned off defective silicone sections, to cut intel process loses.


How does that work oneexpert? It's rumored by you. But it's pure BS.

Intel produces millions of dual core dies. Then they package two together to produce a quad core CPU.

So given that a quad core CPU from Intel is actually two dual core die packaged together how exactly can Intel disable parts of a not existent quad core die to produce a dual core or single core CPU as you suggest?

9:04 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

BaronMatrix said:
I guess it's on eof those magic link sonly some people can open. No wait it wasn't a link. A ink look like this


Where is the link?!? I may have to move up your stupidity rating to 9. Some software developer you turned out to be. No Hollywood script, no link, ass kicked daily on Tom's Forums and a silly hat.

ALL HAIL BARONMATRIX, AKA CHRISTIAN HOWELL, AKA THEKHALIF.

9:20 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

The Baron said:
I'm not with Sharikou. I don't want Intel nor AMD to BK. Just like AMD is around to keep Intel honest, I'm around to keep ALL OF YOU honest.


Ha ha ha! The Baron shows why he has such a high hypocrisy rating. Hey Khalif, do you think ANYONE would believe a word of this post after reading your posts on Tom's or here? Why don't you lay off the hypocrisy, admit you are a pro-AMD fanboi and be done with it? I do miss how Jumping Jack would take you to school every day on technical issues, so join in here so we can do the same for ya.

9:32 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

CONFIRMED! NEHALEM IS RUNNING!

http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/33913/118/

8 cores! 32nm wafers shown off as well! Intel's execution has been totally flawless lately. While AMD stumbles around with 2Ghz CPUs and boasts about three core CPUs Intel goes and does this.

AMD is done for.

9:42 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


Ha ha ha! The Baron shows why he has such a high hypocrisy rating. Hey Khalif, do you think ANYONE would believe a word of this post after reading your posts on Tom's or here? Why don't you lay off the hypocrisy, admit you are a pro-AMD fanboi and be done with it? I do miss how Jumping Jack would take you to school every day on technical issues, so join in here so we can do the same for ya.


Jack was a silly little punk who would take what I say and keep it for himself then get mad when I called him on it.

The blog obviously doesn't accept "a href" tags anymore. That's how you create a link little boy - excuse me, little girl - not copy and paste an address.

ALL HAIL THE DUOPOLY!!!!

Dickhead!

10:19 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


ALL HAIL BARONMATRIX, AKA CHRISTIAN HOWELL, AKA THEKHALIF.


Maybe one day the name dickhead will be important enough for me to be concerned about.

But, by all means, continue your worship of the entity that is the Baron.

ALL HAIL THE DUOPOLY!!!

Dickhead!


Wow, I love this no moderator thing. Don't you, dickhead?

10:21 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

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10:28 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Jack was a silly little punk who would take what I say and keep it for himself then get mad when I called him on it.

The blog obviously doesn't accept "a href" tags anymore. That's how you create a link little boy - excuse me, little girl - not copy and paste an address.


Jack had more than a modicum of common sense. He also seems to possess more than one brain cell. That's more than I could ever say about you.

Roborat's Blog


That's a link for you. It works just fine. It's just that you can't figure it out.

ALL HAIL BARONMATRIX'S STUPIDITY!

10:32 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Christian M. Howell said:
The blog obviously doesn't accept "a href" tags anymore.


Do you mean like this?:

Link

Ha ha ha. Some software programmer you turned out to be!

10:33 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

PAUL OTELLINI, Intel's CEO, led the first keynote off here in Moscone West today.

He said silicon technology was the most important element in Intel’s future. Fifteen years ago Intel engineers realised that there was an increasing tendency to leakage using silicon oxide gates. The high k Hafnium metal gate 45 nanometre fixes that problem. Gate leakage is down by a factor of 10.

The 45 nano tech gives a threshold level of density for transistors and the power characteristics. Graphics will be introduced into CPUs in the 45 nano generation. Silverthorn cores will provide ultra mobile notebooks. Other firms have announced 45 nano tech but no one else has the Hafnium gate, said Otellini.

Four fabs each costing $4 billion will produce the number of dies that Intel anticipates it will need for 45 nanometre chips.


Intel moving to 45um before AMD fully implements 65um.

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10:34 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Gate leakage is down by a factor of 10.

Bolded for a good reason. Leakage is what has prevented Intel from raising clockspeeds too much over the last few years. With a tenfold reduction in leakage Intel has a lot more of headroom to play with now.

10:38 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Christian M. Howell said:
The blog obviously doesn't accept "a href" tags anymore.


Obiviously indeed. Baron shows again why he scores so high on the delusional scale. Hey Baron, which is more likely, the blog turned off tagging today or you made a mistake?

ALL HAIL CHRISTIAN M. HOWELL! THE SCREEN WRITER WITH NO TALENT AND THE SOFTWARE DEVELOPER WITH NO SKILL.

10:41 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Bubba said...

Holy shit, did Christian just get owned!!

11:02 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Mo said...

Looks like it's pretty much over for AMD next year.
Nail-em = 8 Core/16 threads, IMC, CSI, on a "MONOFukin'lithic" die.

oooo yeaaaaa

11:06 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

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11:28 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

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11:30 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger netrama said...

AMD, even with a 2.0Ghz K10 now owns the virtual machines per CPU, higher total server throughput, and lower full-system power consumption. These are the details the OEMs look for ,not the 'my dick is bigger than your dick' argument by the Intel fans here.

IDF is a pure marketing BS, you must idiots to quote what you hear there. lol ..Now do you want me to list all the BS Intel has told you in the last 20 IDFs ?? ..oops IMFs (Intel marketing Forums)

11:30 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Nehalem is 731M transistors for a monolithic quad core part. This is down from a total of 820M transistors for a dual die Yorkfield quad core CPU.

Each dual core die on Yorkfield is 107mm squared. It's easy to work out that Nehalem will have a die of roughly 190mm squared. Of course this isn't perfectly accurate, it's just a few shoddy calculations.

But it does show that Intel was waiting with good reason for a manageable die size. The same design on 65nm would have been HUGE. Waiting for 45nm for monolithic quad core was the right decision for Intel to make.

11:31 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

It must not like omitting the http://


Finally?

Wow, this is fun. Maybe I should post some C# code too. Naaah. I did that on Tom's and people really hated me.

11:35 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

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11:36 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Congratulations! You finally got it. You may have made yourself look like a fool in the process but that's not really important.



IDF is a pure marketing BS, you must idiots to quote what you hear there. lol ..Now do you want me to list all the BS Intel has told you in the last 20 IDFs ?? ..oops IMFs (Intel marketing Forums)


Yeah. Totally. Penryn, 45nm HK, 32nm SRAM wafers, Nehalem demo, Larrabee etc. is all marketing crap. None of it is real products is it?!

The only thing AMD owns with a 2Ghz quad core is the 'pokiest quad core CPU' award. That is when you can actually buy one. It was a paper launch alright. Axel posted on Scientia's blog. He called several OEMs and wouldn't have a Barcelona server to send him until November.

11:42 AM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


Yeah. Totally. Penryn, 45nm HK, 32nm SRAM wafers, Nehalem demo, Larrabee etc. is all marketing crap. None of it is real products is it?!

The only thing AMD owns with a 2Ghz quad core is the 'pokiest quad core CPU' award. That is when you can actually buy one. It was a paper launch alright. Axel posted on Scientia's blog. He called several OEMs and wouldn't have a Barcelona server to send him until November.


Dell has coming soon on its site for quad. No one seems to have the ubiquitous Xeon 7300 either but I guess that's OK.

Also, if he was not calling as a large customer of course he won't get it sooner.

Call and tell them you a procurement officer and you want 3000 servers and see how long they make you wait.

Do you notice how you guys just have to call people names? You make yourselves look bad arguing with yourselves as Sharikou doesn't even respond anymore.

BTW
you're such a tool as to make Jumping JagOff look like an actual person.

12:19 PM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Intel Fanboi said...

Bubba said:
Holy shit, did Christian just get owned!!

It was like this EVERYDAY on Tom's Forums with Chris. He says something stupid, gets mocked by everyone else, then makes some kind of claim like "oh I'm not really serious about this stuff" or "I'm just messing with you guys". Just like now.

Christian Howell said:
Do you notice how you guys just have to call people names? you're such a tool as to make Jumping JagOff look like an actual person.


If this is not the definition of hypocrisy, then what is?

Chris, you will never be a screen writer. You will never be respected on any technical forum. You are a joke, a fool, a spectacle for the entertainment of others. Congrats!

3:01 PM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...


If this is not the definition of hypocrisy, then what is?

Chris, you will never be a screen writer. You will never be respected on any technical forum. You are a joke, a fool, a spectacle for the entertainment of others. Congrats!


And just think this is over a company that wouldn't even hire you. I've worked at Microsoft and make a high 5 figure salary so excuse me if I don't kill myself.

And BTW since you know my Tomz name use it. The thought of you saying or even writing my real name makes me sick.

I guess I won't be an enterprise software architect either. Oh wait, I already am.

You should just bother each other, you anonymous prick.

Though I am glad that you will be the next in a long line of jerks that got pushed over the edge.

4:20 PM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Kevin said...

A high(whatever that is, could be $51k for all I know) 5 figure salary in a technology field is absolutely nothing to brag about. Congrats on being average.

5:52 PM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Christian M. Howell said...

Awww, poor Kevin. He can't stand it. Kill yourself Kev. You can do it.

6:08 PM, September 18, 2007  
Blogger Kevin said...

Can't stand what? I don't care much if your salary impresses you, I just wanted to make sure you understood it's not going to impress anyone else.

6:27 PM, September 18, 2007  

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