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Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Intel does have 10nm parts for mobile, so it isn't totally vaporware. Well, the article only speaks of 'desktop' parts, it doesn't say whether they'd be low-end, mainstream or high-end. It would somehow make sense to build desktop parts, because they're generally less sensitive to power consumption …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
The rumor is that Intel is abandoning their 10nm node entirely for desktop and HEDT. They won't release high performance parts until 2022 - on a 7nm node Depends on which rumours you want to include/exclude I suppose :) This was a rumour/leak 3 days ago, about the 14++ nm Comet Lake-S I mentioned: …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Intel and AMD are closely matched only in your strange fantasyland. Pretty sure the context of the discussion was gaming, and pretty sure the benchmarks support that they are closely matched in gaming. If the rumours of Comet Lake-S being 8-18% faster than Coffee Lake are true, then that would give …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Anyway, it's clear that Intel has some new products that have been delayed, so they have been 'stuck in the pipeline' for a while (not just CPUs, but they are also getting behind on the entire platform, with new PCIe standards and all). I'd like to see what comes out once the pipeline is unclogged. …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Actually Zen2 in the Ryzen 3000 series is slightly faster per clock than Coffee Lake. Unfortunately the AMD chips just can't clock quite a high, so overall Intel is still slightly ahead in gaming. I'm not so sure if clockspeed is the answer here. IPC is not a constant, it depends very much on the …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Time to end this, because some people apparently don't know when to walk away, and keep pounding on, gaslighting, framing me etc. You keep throwing walls of text at me for no reason other than that you're butthurt AMD fanbois or whatever your exact problem is. I don't waste any more time trying to …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Totally agree. I just can't stomach the constant barrage of attacks on anyone and everyone else. Again, you are BIASED! You only see my reactions to other people, but completely fail to detect how these people (including yourself) are attacking me first. as is the insistence that "if I have to stop …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
The first step to solve a problem is to admit it. XD Yes, so the other side has to admit. As I stated very clearly, I have nothing to admit, the problem simply isn't with me. I have given a very clear description of what the problem is. Prove otherwise first, and then perhaps you have an argument. …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
Those segments (as a complete platform) pretty much require an IGP. IGP as in integrated on the motherboard? Because those existed for Nehalem/Lynnfield (H57/H55/Q57 chipsets). Or specifically integrated into the CPU package? I would say that is somewhat arbitrary. Penryn had the IGP in the chipset …

Re: To end the AMD v. Intel debate.

in Milliways
In all seriousness though... look... it's easy, instead of throwing insults at me you could just explain to me what the difference between a regular PCB and the FR4 substrate under the CPU die is for example (is it just that they're technically not "printed"?) cause to me PCB always meant a board …

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