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Jim
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Jim 3h
Exclusive: Intel CPU Vulnerability Can Be Used to Kill CPUs and Crash Systems
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Jim 8h
Hacker Leaks 20GB of Intel Confidential and Secret Data
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Jim Aug 5
OverVolted #16 - Arctic Sound, Xe Canned, Securities Fraud, Intel Inside...
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Jim Aug 5
Replying to @TEX_cs @MConnatserAPC
Arch day should be about future products but we'll have to wait and see. It's already been delayed at least 3 times this year.
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Jim Aug 5
Replying to @Gadflow4 @AMD
I thought the 56 was ok tbh, it was the 64 and liquid edition that were poor value. But yeah, there is plenty of room for improvement in Radeon drivers still.
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @TechYESCity
Doing great bud, having a couple of weeks break before the GPU craziness starts again. ;)
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @robertbramble41
No because they are both based on the same underlying RDNA2 tech.
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Jim Aug 4
Voted for ya Bryan!
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @MConnatserAPC @hms1193
Oh you mean the 512-bit bus. Yeah that's an older article, this latest stuff looks legit (doesn't mention bus size or VRAM).
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @MConnatserAPC @hms1193
Nope what? Do you have different info?
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @realDinoHammer
With redundancy they'll probably get around 140 on a wafer. You've only counted a months worth there, the consoles will have 10K wpm at the very least combined. 5K wpm * 140 = 700K, multiply that by 6 months and it's over 4 million.
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @realDinoHammer
8 Zen 2 cores and 36 CUs are gonna be a lot bigger than 200mm2 I think.
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Jim Aug 4
Replying to @witeken @Cat_Merc and 4 others
Right, while I agree that Intel's 14nm is superior to TSMC's and GlobalFoundries, it doesn't change the fact that Intel's 10nm is clearly inferior to TSMC's 7nm. Neither of the other two made any claims on 14nm, Intel's MT gives the false impression that their process is better.
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Jim Aug 2
Replying to @FPiednoel @dcominottim
I'd watch it!
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😷François Piednoël😷 Aug 2
Should I do it ? Make a technical video of 30 minutes explaining all the tech problems Intel has and how I would fix those problems, with tech detailed slides as I use to send to Paul? 100 RT and majority of Yes would get it.
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Jim Aug 2
TSMC's 7 is clearly superior in every metric vs Intel's 10 *except* for MT, Intel's own benchmark where they win.
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Jim Aug 2
Replying to @phatal187
No I don't, however he might end up leaving by his own accord.
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Jim Aug 2
Replying to @chiakokhua
You're lucky bud, I block somebody every day. Never regretted any of them. ;)
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Jim Aug 1
Larrabee was in the low-mid billions at least from what I was told.
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Jim Aug 1
Exclusive: Arctic Sound Family, Ponte Vecchio, and the Future of Intel Xe Graphics
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