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AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su to Deliver COMPUTEX 2019 CEO Keynote

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 2, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    anticupidon Ancient Guru

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    Looking forward to hearing this.
    Maybe, maybe we'll hear more details about Matisse and Navi.
     
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    HWgeek Master Guru

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    "... May 27 ..." It's all about 7 :).
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    I'm personally more interested in this than any other tech CEO that could walk up on a stage, especially more interested than in Intel and Nvidia.
     
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    Are they going to finally release EPYC 2? Maybe we can have Zen 2 by July?
     
  6. HardwareCaps

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    Rumors say a Navi demo, hopefully it's true.

    Also rumors say that motherboards are delaying the Ryzen 3000 release.
     
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    When I think about it- We are missing very important trend that AMD started from Ryzen:
    With each Ryzen Generation- AMD Doubled the existing performance/Core count: Quad Core Desktops became Octa-core, and soons 16Core, same on HEDT from 8C ~16C~32C~and soon 64C.
    This kind of performance uplift is not normal and usual - and all of this in just ~2 Years!
    This is why Dr. Lisa Su keeps saying " inflection point ".
     
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    It is their 20-20. They had all that stuff required in minds long time ago. Bold design choices are paying off.
     
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    Considering Navi was supposed to be out yesterday, getting more details isn't good enough anymore. Bend over, nVidia want more of your money, and by more, I mean all that's left of it. These companies will never understand or care that the infinite rising profit model, that their investors jack off to, is not only unsustainable, it's absolute nonsense in every way.

    It's an appalling state of affairs when you're waiting to be saved by Intel of all the scumfracks in the world.
     
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    I'm not surprised, Zen is the major money maker and therefore focus for AMD. everything else comes later.
    AMD knows they won't get another golden chance like this to enter the Enterprise & Consumer CPU market, GPU's are important part of AMD but Zen takes priority.
     

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    "Saved by Intel?"....;) It's time to put down the crack pipe, I think...;)
     
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    HardwareCaps Master Guru

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    If there's anyone with enough deep pockets to make GPU architectures it's intel but I am not very optimistic
     
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    waltc3 Master Guru

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    Bear in mind that what we're seeing is the result of years' worth of hard work and planning...nothing off-the-cuff here...;) AMD has always been good at execution, imo, but you have a point in that lately AMD's execution has been superb--right on the money!
     
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    The crack is the only thing keeping me calm when I see the GPU prices and benchmarks at 1440p... Powering 1440p at 144Hz ain't easy.
     
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    That's one reason Intel up to now has had no interest in manufacturing its own discrete GPUs to compete with AMD & nVidia in that global market--Intel's been able to coast for the last few years on the CPU side of things, with little to no competition on the high end. Hmmmm...it's an interesting point you bring up! So is Intel's recent scrambling on the discrete GPU front an indication that Intel knows it can no longer exclusively rely on the CPU cash cow as it has in the past decade, because AMD is for the first time since the A64 putting real competitive pressure on Intel's CPU business again, especially its server business, and Intel is anticipating this? Very interesting point of view! I wouldn't be at all surprised, as from Athlon up through the A64, AMD gave Intel some powerful competition right up until AMD dropped the ball with Phenom, etc. But now they've picked it up again! So Intel is used to seeing its business move to AMD--just not recently (eg, before Zen)....;) I don't think there is any doubt that Intel is shuffling its entire cpu business in response to a massively reinvigorated AMD.
     

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    ....;) Someone--is going to come along with some value propositions--I'll be very disappointed and surprised by AMD if AMD turns out not to be the one who does it...;)
     
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    I'm not sure, but isn't playing at 1440p 144Hz just as expensive with AMD than it is with Nvidia know? It's not cheap anywhere, like @Neo Cyrus said.
     

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