Tuesday, June 21, 2011

AMD A8 X4 3850 Llano 2.9GHz Quad at $141

Wow. only $141 for the Quad core APU with 400 shaders.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn, Almost 24 hours since this was posted and Evil_Merlin still hasn't trolled this post with his retarded drivel he likes to call replies. I would have bet good money He couldn't stay away from here for longer than 20 or 30 minutes. Maybe he got caught peeking into Sharikou's bedroom looking for fap material....

8:36 PM, June 21, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

The truth hurts, doesn't it Shirahumper.

Intel owns server.
Intel owns high end desktop/workstation.
Intel owns mid level desktop/workstation.
Intel owns low end desktop/workstation.
Intel owns high end laptop.
Intel owns midlevel laptop.

The ONLY place Intel is lacking is lower end laptop.

And newsflash, what makes the most money for chip manufacturers? the high end and server world.

AMS is still pissing away money Q after Q. FOr the past SIX years you've been claiming Intel is doomed.

Yet they keep growing and getting stronger and stronger.

You are a dumb motherfucker, and the only thing that would be good for you is for you to get hit by a bus and with you. Hopefully your family would go with you to ensure your genes don't get passed on and further reduce the overall IQ of the planet.

10:42 PM, June 21, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AMD's price to performance ratio for this product is unreal. If Intel tried to match this they would surely be bankrupt overnight. This is not a realistic scenario though, since Intel doesn't even have a product that comes anywhere close.

3:38 PM, June 22, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PENIX .... wake up dorky ... smell the fresh air .... you are in denial.

7:39 PM, June 22, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Penix you are a fucking moron. Price/Performance ratio is STILL in Intel's favour as it FAR outpowers the AMD cpu's

Oh and they use less power
Oh and they produce less thermal output.

You are right they don't have a product that comes close, they have products that CRUSH AMD.

6:55 AM, June 23, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AMD is betetr, theres no doubt about that

1:30 PM, June 23, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

AMD is betetr?

What the fuck is betetr?

1:42 PM, June 23, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Evil_Idiot said...
AMD is betetr?

What the fuck is betetr?

Really? This how you try to be witty? By feigning ignorance?

Evil_Idiot said...
Price/Performance ratio is STILL in Intel's favour as it FAR outpowers the AMD cpu's

Intel's HD Graphics 3000 boosted their execution unit count from 6 to 12. This is still pathetic when compared to Llano's 400 stream processors. AMD will completely blow away Intel in any GPGPU application which relies on this.

9:01 AM, June 24, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too bad this CPU only matters to the low end bottom of the barrel crowd who are too cheap to buy real cpus with dedicated graphics...an area that Intel doesn't need to stay profitable.

Face it Sharikook - reality is AMD is never going to be on top again. Intel has reclaimed top status in all areas they care about with record profits.

Your fake PHD and your retarded predictions of doom for Intel are laughable - you are a joke and have no business or place even owning a PC let alone reporting on technology.

7:59 AM, June 25, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadly it is true that AMD will not be back on top until they create an architecture that can trump Intel's. Also Intel's compilers are widely used by software companies so AMD & Via realistically cannot compete with. Mighty Intel has very deep pockets when it comes to spending. AMD has video/CPU to split their already thinning resources (so as Via). However, think about the Intel CPU prices should AMD stop creating CPUs. Competition lowers the prices as far as I can tell. I tried to use both to promote balance. I always wonder how these people (Intel users) will react should Intel decided to raise the prices since they have the CPU market?

7:48 AM, July 08, 2011  

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