Saturday, July 23, 2011

AMD's Netbook APU Supports Virtualization!

I am running VirtualBox on the Acer Aspire 722 netbook to host some VMs, and am surprised to find that the tiny Ontario APU actually supports not only 64 bit but also AMD-V!! This allows my Windows VM to run in dual core mode.

I think the APU supports nested paging also.

This is great.

In comparison, Intel's stuff is a crap. A Intel based notebook I bought last year has some important visualization feature missing. Now, the tiny Acer netbook with AMD will accompany me in my travels -- it is not super fast, but it has all the important features.

It will take Intel at least two more years to catch up with the current AMD technology.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will you just STFU!!!!

2:54 PM, July 24, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sharipoop is just a lonely dolt.

2:31 AM, July 25, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

So jackass, considering the limited RAM and drive space on a Netbook, can you kindly explain to us why virtualization is even the least bit important on a fucking NETBOOK???

Of course you won't. You can't you are an idiot bot sent to the past from the planet Stupid with the liar ray for a brain.

Stupid cunt.

9:12 AM, July 25, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8Gb RAM, 1Tb 2.5" HDD on a E-350 based 11.6" netbook runs Vmware just fine

2:20 AM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...and again...what engineer in their right mind would want to run VMware Player or *any* type of virtualization on a netbook...oh wait I know - I shitty, undereducated, retarted AMD Fanboi wanna-be engineer...

7:53 AM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

*a shitty - not *I*...

7:54 AM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Although I take the opposite viewpoint on Sharikou ever since I owned an FX55 and then when Conroe I do think some of the comments from the Intel crowd on this blog are very childish and not likely to gainer any support.

You need to win an argument by being adult and not the nine year olds in the playground.

It does look like the Ati buy was a lifeline for AMD after they paid too much for it and suffered for a couple or 3 years. Their mid range cpu with graphics does seem a better bet at the moment.

I hope the new FX range is good as well once they have done another spin, I like a bit of competition wallet wise.

11:42 AM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like to run a server stuff (few linux appliances like drupal, magento, wordpress, alfresco...) under vmware to test it on my netbook while on the that a problem for some people here?

2:55 PM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whats to argue with when it comes to Sharikou - some of us aren't here to argue any of the nonsensical drivel this ass clown posts - anyone who thinks he actually knows what he's talking about, anyone who believes he actually has a legitimate PHd is a fucking moron...

I come here to troll because sometimes I need a break from real engineering work and between Sharidouche and the morons who believe the garbage he posts it serves as a nice distraction...

3:10 PM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ditto .... you nailed it .... thanks for all the fish!

6:39 PM, July 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AMD hits yet another home run. Virtualized computing is a rapidly growing market, and quickly becoming a commonplace for businesses and corporations.

Not only is AMD demonstrating that they are supply a superior product in the present day, but that they are also better positioned than the competition for future growth trends.

9:10 AM, July 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ Loser.

11:50 AM, July 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Way to take losers down a notch.

6:24 PM, July 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actual Quotes From the FAKE AMD Information Minister
(aka 'PENIX Baghdad Bob' or 'PBB') or so called SOB

"There are no INTEL infidels in AMD land . Never!"

"My feelings - as usual - we will slaughter INTEL all"

"Our initial assessment is that INTEL will all die"

"I blame INTEL - they are marketing for the Americans!"

"God will roast their stomachs in hell at the hands of AMD FANBOYZ."

'We have destroyed 2 486's, fighter planes, 2 386's shovels - We have driven them back."

"We have them surrounded in their CPU markets"

VIA "is not worth an old shoe."

"AMD will welcome them with crappy phenoms and peon 2's and shoes."

6:45 PM, July 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Penix - drinker of the majik koolaid.

8:29 PM, July 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Penix drinks semen not koolaid

10:36 PM, July 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems Intel fanboya are becoming desperate :D

2:08 AM, July 30, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Penix, do you actually post anything of your own or do you just cut and paste Shiracunt's posts into Google or Bing translate a few times just to make it sound more like it was spoken by a retard?

7:45 PM, July 30, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL .... PENIX what is your name in AMDZONE ? smartidiot89?

9:22 PM, July 30, 2011  
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Nah, his name is RoomTempIQ.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHA you go "jane" bot

This blog is dogshit.

Sharikou, did you see that AMD is at $6.14 per share?

Fuking asshat clown.

10:32 PM, August 17, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"AMD stock seem have only one way to go: UP!" - Shiradouche, July 22, 2011.

In the last month, their stock has lost $0.60. In the last quarter, the stock has lost $1.90. Funny enough, over the last year, it's only lost about $0.80. But five years ago? It's down $13.

Doesn't seem like the only way to go was truly up -- looks like down was still a solid option, too.

2:27 PM, August 18, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember this is the same ass-hatted butt pirate who predicted Intel would be bankrupt in what? 2008? And that AMD would get "treble damages"...

This guy is a complete and utter moron - falsifying a phD, doesn't know tech from his own asshole, his parents are probably brother and sister, which explains why he's a complete retard.

The losers that actually listen to this steaming pile of donkey shit are just as bad - tho some area most assuredly Sharicunt posting under alternate IDs...

Others, like the infamous Baron Fucktard(read Matrix) from various forums are just too stupid to know any better and should probably think about careers in crop picking, tho would probably get one upped by the immigrant workers in terms of intelligence I suspect.

3:05 PM, August 18, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AND will wipe floor with Intel, only dust will remain once they're finished

4:33 PM, August 18, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

The only thing AMD is wiping the floor with is the trash they pick out of Intel's trash bins trying to find a way to compete.

6:16 AM, August 19, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intel was very busy searching for info about new AMD technologies in AMD trash bins lately

1:09 PM, August 19, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, well your mom was busy in my trashbin... err, or something. Yeah.

11:21 AM, August 22, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the second quarter, AMD's share of units shipped worldwide rose 1.5 percent to 20.4 percent, while Intel's fell 1.5 percent to 79.3 percent, according to the report released on Tuesday.

3:37 AM, August 23, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1.5% in what? Low end crapbook processors that no one but faggots like Sharidouce, children, and lonely housewives want? Which one are you, loser?f

7:11 AM, August 23, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you search for that sentence in Google, you'll find the original ZDnet.UK article that was quoted. From the same article:

Intel maintained its dominance in server processors, finishing the quarter with a 94.5-percent market share thanks to a 0.6-percent rise in shipments. Intel’s main server processor is the Xeon. it released the Sandy Bridge-based Xeon E7, formerly codenamed Westmere-EX, at the beginning of April, and this drove shipments in the second quarter.

[quote from Intel PR dude omitted]

AMD held 5.5 percent of the server market, down 0.6 percent on the previous quarter, according to IDC.

This shouldn't surprise anyone, but server processors are where the money is. Desktop and laptop parts are cheap; the margins on these parts are single-digit percentages unless you're at the top end of the spectrum (and AMD isn't.)

The server processors and associated motherboards have incredible margins, many times they're triple digit percentage points. And because Intel completely owns everyone and everything in that space, they will continue to utterly dominate AMD's position in the CPU world.

10:08 AM, August 23, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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11:13 AM, August 23, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's see...

Yes, by now everyone knows its better to sell 1 Bentley than 200,000 VWs...because profit margin is much higher, lol

I'm not sure what you're getting at, but let's go with your example: what is cheaper to manufacure? 200,000 VW Golfs? Or a single Bentley Continental Flying Spur?

The reality of the situation is this: Intels' gross profit margin is almost 50% higher than AMD's. Their total fab capacity (which is their own, they don't outsource it at a cost) is bigger than AMD's. Intel could stop selling 1/3rd of their chips and continue making almost 30 times more profit than AMD.

Get your head around this: Intel's profit from Q2 2011 (not total sales, JUST profit) was 3/4ths of AMD's entire market capitalization. One year of Intel's profit would buy AMD and NVIDIA and still have more than two billion dollars left to show for it.

The reason they're this big? Because they have chips that are actually worth buying, and can be sold at an actual profit. Chips that are expensive and only interesting to the lowest common denominator might sell in decent quantities, but you're only going to barely scrape by for profit.

9:18 PM, August 23, 2011  
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9:35 AM, August 26, 2011  
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10:00 AM, August 26, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I hear Barcelona II is delayed again.

How does it feel getting cornholed again and again and again and again?

How many knee pads do you go through in a weeek, asshat?


2:52 PM, August 27, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's delayed because it's an underperformaing pile of steaming horse shit....AMD can no more deliver a competitive processor than Sharikou can deliver a credible story...both are complete and utter failures.

In the case of AMD I honestly hope they struggle along so at least Intel will have something in the way of far as Sharikou - well, he could go away and no one would care...

6:08 PM, August 27, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get a fucking life and a clue while you're at it ya bunch of pathetic degenerates, ALL OF YOU, this means you too Sharikou!

4:24 PM, August 31, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lol - someone needs to look up the definition of trolling - Sharikou trolls the losers, some of us come here to egg them on...

8:17 AM, September 01, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


How's my favorite asshat clown doing?

Where did you get your "ph.D." from, if I may ask?

"ph.D." brown noseing I presume?

LMAO...don't forget to change your kneepads.

11:36 PM, September 01, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharikou sucks so much cock it's a wonder he hasn't had to have his stomach pumped to get the jizz out of his little belly...

Him and his partners, BaronMatrix and Penix - probably only have their special brand of AMD buttsex in dark alleys and cheap motels...stroking each other off while watching AMD marketing videos...

8:28 AM, September 02, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

5 Reasons Why Intel Is Being Pushed Against The Wall By AMD

5:58 AM, September 03, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Being Pushed against the wall by AMD"? Really?

I'm sure that I can understand why you'd grasp at that straw, not unlike a drowning man grasping at the last flashing images of a piece of cloth in a desperate hope that it's actually a flotation device. Sadly, someone's self-righteous editorial page (like this blog, or the editorial link above) does not make that person's fantasy a reality.

Howabout some reality that isn't editorialized copies of AMDs press material? Investor return on AMD last year alone was NEGATIVE 15.5%, Intel's was 6.3% in the black. AMD's growth rate over the last full decade was NEGATIVE 14%, so obviously last year was only slightly worse than average for them. Intel's last decade? 2.9% in the black, so last year happened to be a better than average year. Guess what?

There's no 'pushing' going on, especially with Intel's profits SOARING over the last three quarters, while AMD is essentially treading water -- gaining small ground in the lowest-cost markets, but losing highly prized ground in the enterprise markets where profit margins are huge and where R&D costs are recouped.

The need for both Intel and AMD to exist is undeniable, but pushing is a non-issue at this point. If there is going to be a shoving match, it is far more likely to be ARM versus Intel. ARM provides a lower power point that anything Intel has available, and with a higher performance per watt at those levels. Intel has real reason to be concerned about ARM, and accordingly is spending billions of dollars on research into lower and lower powered X86 devices.

9:20 PM, September 06, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Did you see how Barcelona II is a complete bust?

Broken cores, broken process, broken aspirations.

Intel owns you now. AMD's fragged.

Change those kneepads yet? Take care of your boyfriend now.


6:44 PM, September 08, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bulldozer is underwhelming EVERYONE! Amazing!

10:05 PM, September 08, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With all the goodies AMD is bringing soon, Intel is finished, noone will buy their overpriced crap

12:19 PM, September 09, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahaOMGhahahahahahahah... seriously.....


Bulldozer is an underpeforming pile of dogshit...the only reason cray is getting them is they made the mistake of investing in AMD shit so why not just upgrade what they's cheaper for them to do it because AMD practically gives them the processors...

read again BULLDOZER = UNDERPERFORMING....who in their right mind would want that garbage in their datacenter?

Their desktop parts will be just as lame - thus the delay after delay after delay...

clueless retard is clueless...

1:21 PM, September 09, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intel trolls ride again...I feel sorry for you guys, shelling so much $$$ for inferior product

You have to admit something to Intel though, theres far more stupid than intelligent people on this planet, and its better to have them as customers, too

4:22 AM, September 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So your theory is that AMD makes the best chips ... and for some very odd reason Intel who makes crap CPU makes shit loads of money and AMD is not.
Wake up moron .... the grass might be greener of the other side.
You are an idiot who believes in dreams and Bagdad BOB sharidouche and his partner PENIX.
Better yet grow up and get out of your mothers ( one of the many) boyfriends flat and live by yourself.

7:15 AM, September 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intel's CPU's outperform AMD's CPU's *across the board* - the only thing AMD has going for it is a better IGP - that they had to BUY (and nearly bankrupted themselves in the process) in order to have the technology...the ONLY place they perform well is the low end netbook/laptop sector...

So if your idea of superior is underperforming CPU's that can't cut it in anything but cheap hardware that grandma's, children, soccer moms, and technology retards like sharikook, baron fucktrix, Penix, and yourself want, then enjoy your "superior" pile of steaming dog shit. I'll get my work done in less time and be more efficient.

9:04 AM, September 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"less time and be more efficient"

Can you spell "brainwashed", lol

1:28 AM, September 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8.5GHz Bulldozer

9:49 AM, September 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right. 8.5ghz. I'll raise the bullshit flag without even clicking the link.

As to the post above that one...again right. Because by using a processor that is slower, and less efficient at multitasking operations, and generally just a bad processor all around, I'll get my work done faster. Sure.

Do yourself a favor - learn the phrase "Do you want fry's with that?" I've fired people with more tech savvy than would last all of 2 minutes in an interview with me before I wrote you off and became uninterested. If that long...

3:40 PM, September 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, the 8.5Ghz claim is quite believable given the circumstances. Liquid helium cooling, applied to an incredibly stringent set of eight hand-picked dies. Overclocked by one of the worlds foremost overclockers, and overseen by AMD engineers to help with selection of the chips and whatever other resources.

I'm not dubious of their claim one iota. But ultimately, it's still a useless benchmark. Great, when you're seven degrees centigrade over absolute zero and running over 2v to the core, you can achieve just enough uptime on the OS to achieve the record. But what does that offer ME, as a consumer, when I want to buy this chip for my desktop?

I want to know what I can do with "sane" cooling -- you know, a heatsink and fan? Sure, an oversized one with pipes and copper and shit, but a cooling system that isn't based off liquid; especially based on a liquid that is normally in it's gaseous state at 100* below room temperature.

I want to know what I can do with *sane* voltage -- you know, something where more than 60 seconds of use doesn't arc-weld the processor into a singular metal wad.

How much does it cost? How much can I overclock it using parts that I purchase through NewEgg? How much did they fix the broken turbo function? Is it able to even remotely compete with the perf/watt of Sandy Bridge or the very-very-soon-to-be-released Ivy bridge platforms? Is it able to compete with the perf / $$ that SB and IB can provide?

To bring out the inevitable car comparison: It is very entertaining to watch AUDI run their American Le Mans turbo diesel LMP1 cars and kick a lot of ass. Unfortunately, as a consumer in the United States where Audi only sells a very small 4-banger turbodiesel, it's meaningless for me to put them on a pedestal for a function that has no equal to anything I can obtain. If I had a way to buy a 700HP, 2000ft/lb TQ car for my daily drive, perhaps it would be more meaningful. Not that I would buy it, or even, could afford it. I'd be quite happy with the R8 V10 though :)

This is all good showmanship, to be sure. But it's irrelevant for the purchasing public. Want to wow me? Show me a 5Ghz bulldozer on air and stock volts. I'm not against giving AMD some kudos where it's relevant to me; 8.5Ghz overclocks just really don't interest me though. Sorry.

11:43 PM, September 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Deus Ex 3 on integrated gfx:

11:39 PM, September 14, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1:17 AM, September 15, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL maybe Sharipunked doesn't post anymore because he kinda REALIZED (or uh, everyone else did) that many Bulldozer benchmarks were FAKES, and that the bulk of the fake ones came from this ONE OVERCLOCKER in the Czech Republic who played a joke on all the AMD fanbois by spreading false results. He admitted this months ago:

...and obviously Sharidumb is one of the fanbois that got punked.

Hahaha, owned. I will just keep cutting and pasting this in the reply section of every single one of Shari's later posts if he EVER dares to type anything on this site again.

AMD fanbois... none of you shall EVER live this down.

12:17 PM, September 24, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OH, and uh... one LITTLE detail I want to add to that.

Bulldozer 8-core is gonna get owned by... Phenom II 6-core! LOL

and AMD wanna charge more for the Bulldozer FX? What in the blazes were they THINKING?!?!?!?!


12:28 PM, September 24, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharipoop isn't posting anything new because he has nothing, he is nothing, and will always be nothing. Either that or the library finally stopped letting him use their computers because he's homeless and hasn't bathed in a few months.

10:01 AM, September 28, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharidouche... how's that Intel BK in 2008 prediction working out for ya? Just thought I'd twist the knife one more time while I'm thinking of you.

My favorite names for you:
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7:44 PM, September 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The chinese redneck!

8:45 PM, September 29, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Hey, where are you hiding these FUCKING IDIOT?

I sure love how you and the rest of the AMD fanbois keep getting themselves giant cornholes.

In particular, you ended up falling for all of the fake numbers that were put out there.

You fell for it, and so did many of your boyfriends.

Come out of hiding? Are you still bent over and can't find a way to get up?

You must have worn through the kneepad and prep-H and tucks.





8:46 PM, October 01, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intel is going to die soon :(

2:00 AM, October 02, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sharikou goes for a swan dive off the Empire State building after he saw this

5:13 AM, October 02, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Did your FUCKING TONGUE get chopped off or what?

How about coming out of your little SHITHOLE and joining us for a bit of talk for "old times sake".

That is, unless you are willing to come out and face the fact.

Bulldozer is turning out to be every bit as predicted. It will be AMD's Pentium 4. The only difference is that Intel sold millions of Pentium 4s and AMD can only hope it sells enough to recoup the costs of paying for "good die" from GlobalFoundries.

Is this what being "fragged" and going "BK" feels like?

Don't you just wish you could come out and defend yourself in a credible way?


5:46 PM, October 02, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


AMD Reduces Sales Forecast, Citing Chip Manufacturing Glitch

Look who's fragged now...bwhahaha

11:23 PM, October 02, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think we all needed a gentle reminder of the true nature of AMD, lest ye heathen Intel fanboys forget!

AMD : Unlimited Growth
AMD stock seem have only one way to go: UP!

Competition : years behind, poses no foreseeable challenge

FAB capacity: unlimited, with GlobalFoundries and TSMC bulk process

10:04 AM, October 03, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL. Fail

AMD can't even get their next gen CPU to market. Don't believe Sharicunts hype.

How's that 32nm process working for Global Foundaries anyway? Oh wait...its not...yeilds are pathetic.

Poor design + poor execution + poor manufacturing = more garbage.

I wish these things weren't so - competition is much needed. The *FACTS* however - are quite the opposite of what you retarded little douchebags seem to believe.

11:30 AM, October 04, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


What is wrong? Why are you not coming out and defending your "honour".

Let's see. Wasn't it you who said:

"AMD should just get Rick Bergman as CEO"

Well, Rick knew better than to stick around.

Matter of fact, lost of design engineers at AMD have pretty much left in disgust.

Did you really think that AMD had the capacity to truly "innovate" itself out of the paper bag that it's in?

What kind of margins do you think AMD is going to make from low yielding BD and low yielding Llanos?

That's right, asshat. Between mobo makers and OEMs and everyone in between left hanging on BD, Llano, and other parts from the Dresden manufacturing arm, you've got the makings of a holiday profit bash...for Intel and Nvidia.

Mighty "fragged" by your own beliefs, stupidity, and blind faith.

Get your next round of kneepads and tucks ready. You are going to need them.



10:02 PM, October 04, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One more thing... are a FUCKING IDIOT


10:03 PM, October 04, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Level of discussion here clearly shows why Intel is so successful...theres a lot of retarded morons around, lol

11:31 PM, October 04, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are a bunch of retarded morons, and they all support Sharikou and AMD.

Lame, slow, underperforming, wannabe "Ph.D." laughingstocks.

Intel has fragged you


11:17 PM, October 05, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"AMD Bulldozer frags Sandy Bridge and everything Intel"


Way to call it, SHITHEAD

SOS, 911, Emergency...Bulldozer is "fragged"


Dumbass. LMFAO.....

10:10 PM, October 06, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharikou aka dumbass,

Are you busy buying your next Intel system?



3:03 PM, October 08, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bulldozer FX benches are making the rounds now. What a giant pile of dogshit. It reminds me of your blog.

How does it feel now, clown? I can't help but to laugh at you and your fake Bulldozer benchmarks.

Hey, did I forget to say how much of a giant pile of dogshit your blog is?


9:02 PM, October 09, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Grats to Sharikou for making so many intel retards coming here, lol

11:37 PM, October 09, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Bulldozer is a still born child of Hector's

Enjoy your cornholes.


8:51 AM, October 10, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, it turns out that there's a serious flaw in the Bulldozer L1 cache design that requires updates to the Windows and Linux OS kernels to avoid a ~10% performance penalty on single threaded apps (and reportedly, even more penalty on multi-threaded apps.)

However, Linus Torvalds (founder of the Linux operating system) has serious complaints with the fix:

If you don't understand the techno-geekdom going on there, his main problem is with how the memory pages are tagged and moved. In this method, the memory mapped page locations for a given application would no longer be randomized (ASLR) which means enabling this 'fix' could result in major security holes.

So, for a platform that was designed for a server role, obtaining maximum performance means stripping page randomization and thus allowing severe security vulnerabilities.

Now you're started to get the idea why all those engineers left AMD. This is a seriously dumb thing to do...

11:16 AM, October 10, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


11:39 AM, October 10, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AMD once again makes design mistakes which are going to cost them dearly.

Then again, doesn't AMD always make these mistakes?


11:45 AM, October 10, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


How goes it? Enjoying the self probing with the man 'o sausage polska stuck way in your newly minted glory hole?

Bulldozer fails to be better than Phenom II. What an utter and complete fucking and epic fail.


8:49 PM, October 10, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

Hey wait, wasn's Shiradouche and the group of fanboi's he has following his every word fragging Intel when they had the chipset issue? Now there is this HUGE issue with the AMD PROCESSOR, not a chipset...

Shoes on the other foot fuckers.

8:51 PM, October 10, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

man I poped a fuse reading this .... newly minted LOL LOL LOL .....

9:23 PM, October 10, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lol, 3% in worst case scenario suddenly became 10% or more...what processor you used to get that result, old Pentium with math bug?

4:39 AM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROFL, Intel cant make not Dx11, but DX10 graphics to work as it should

How it feels using DX9 graphics, Inteltards, LOL LOL LOL

Owned, LMAO

8:45 AM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uh, so your retort is that Intel can't build a DX10 video card. Yeah, oooooh, wow man what a burn. And that 3% came from AMD's press release, not the people actually doing the work on the kernel repairs. But I'm glad you believe AMD over the people who write the operating systems; that certainly makes logical sense!

Howabout this retort: AMD can't sell a functioning processor to anyone needing a secure server. Here's a little rhetorical question for you: where is all the money made in processor sales? Is it the 2% margins made on the slowest, cheapest stuff that you sell to customers as part of a $299 deal on a desktop? Or the 100%+ margins made on an $80,000 rack-mounted server chassis?

Go ahead, lol and 'pwn' all you like at Intel's video chipset. They will laugh with you all the way to the bank to deposit their next several billion dollars worth of server sales that AMD just handed them on a silver platter.

I'd suggest you drop the charade before you make an even bigger fool of yourself.

9:50 AM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someone in Russia was able to purchase an FX-8150 (eight core, eight thread, 3.6Ghz Base -> 4.2Ghz Turbo) and run it through some benches. This is NOT an ES chip, it's an actual unit from a store that allowed him to purchase it early.

He slapped the FX on an Asus Corsshair V Formula board, an NVIDIA 580 GTX, 4Gb of 2.2Ghz CL8 ram, and Win7 SP1 64-bit. He also tested it against an i7-2600k on an Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z board with all the same components.

The i7-2600k came out faster in every test; the worst for the AMD was an almost 50% loss to the i7-2600k in floating point output using the Everest SinJulia benchmark.

The one place where the 8150 came out 30% higher than the i7-2600k? Power consumption. Ouch.

Bring your favorite Russian web translator, and if you're an AMD fanboy, also bring a box of kleenex:

Sounds like the 10% loss in performance mentioned above may have been truly inaccurate, but not for in the direction that the AMD followers had hoped.

11:29 AM, October 11, 2011  
Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

When all else fails for the AMD fanbois and the Shiradouche fuckers, bring up integrated video!


Thats fucking FUNNY.

12:24 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LMAO, Integrated video? How about crappy, worthless, supposedly top notch processors that can't even run virtualization (something that they should be made for) properly?

ROFL, early Intel adopters made fool...again...$999 processors not working as advertised...only moron would buy server or workstation based on that crap, LOL LOL LOL

3:27 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL just wait for the shitdozer news, at least Intel will fix their issue ... how about the lame dozer?

5:31 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROFL...riding the sausage express again, Sharikou?


5:58 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look for work, AMD employees!

You will go in to work tomorrow wondering and then head home in shame.


Thanks for being such losers.

6:00 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you translate "AMD facepalm" into many different languages and dialects for tomorrow? The world is going to wonder WTF facepalm means.

Absolute and complete dog$hit.

Got to go work on the new and improved Bulldozer logo now.

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA...............owned....HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA...

6:06 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you say you would be opening up a soup line for people shorting AMD shares? does it taste? You know, crow? You bet on AMD one too many times, didn't ya?

AMD FX 8150 can rightfully claim EPIC FAIL now.


11:40 PM, October 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...,3043-24.html

Still riding the sausage express sharifook? LOL

Intel BK 2012? come out of the closet ...say something ... where is BaronFucktricks and Small PENIX?


12:00 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do people still reply to trollblog?

1:03 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Baron and Small PENIX are playing catch the saugage and are not able to take your calls at the moment.

1:09 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am very sad :( In times when we really need competition to drive prices down, AMD releases CPU that has almost 2x transistors than Sandy Bridge 4C and die area that is HUGE, and yet it's performance is short of disastrous... So much for "HT done right" and other marketing bs.

Real sad, no wonder their previuos CEO Dirk was given the boot, total incompetence by AMD.

1:28 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol looks like bulldozer is gonna go right into the bargain-bin at wallmart

2:16 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where's Sharikou? Oh wait, I know!

Sharikou BK 2011!!! PWNED!!!

6:02 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

==> " it's a cpu for the future, the software has to catch up"

abstein/sciensia/idiots are talking about future ...

I mean the next rev of sausage express :p LOL

6:50 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AMD. Owned themselves. Again.

8:10 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intel has publicly stated that 22nm trigate technology coming in Ivy Bridge can either drive a 50% power drop or approximately 50% performance increase versus existing 32nm lithography. Obviously there is some ability to move the 'slider' between those points for the balance that's most necessary for the chip being built.

Basically, even the most optimistic AMD fanboy would be faced with the fact that Intel has a combination of a 18-month lead on lithography along with (at least) an 18-month lead on processor architecture -- an architecture that isn't dependent on OS kernel modification to be fully effective.

Even today, every impartially available measuring stick (perf/mm, perf/watt, total perf available, total wattage consumed, total die size) shows Intel CPU's walloping AMD's CPU's at this point. We can argue about video support until we're blue in the face, but no enthusiast (nor any server market) is going to care about the onboard video -- enthusiasts will buy an aftermarket card, and servers will just turn the damn thing off.

Thus, the only people who are going to care about the video are folks who are buying low-cost desktops and laptops. And those are probably the people who aren't going to care a whole lot about maximum video performance because, if they really cared, they'd buy a standalone card too.

Given the massive concessions that AMD has just given to Intel, Ivy Bridge on the new 22nm trigate lithography and the continued enhancement of SB is going to drop like Tsar Bomba (google it) on Bulldozer.

11:36 AM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Notice Sharikook isn't posting anything. Nary a peep - and the NDA has been lifted....

As a tech industry "journalist" goes, you're an embarassing excuse for a matter of fact, you're an embarassment to the term Fanboi....

3:35 PM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharikou a tech industry "journalist"?







5:03 PM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Loser pretty much sums it up. In all aspects of life. I'm surprised he hasn't closed this trollfest down - he sure is an easy target...

9:48 PM, October 12, 2011  

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