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Posted · Original PosterOP

So Iv been doing some YouTube today as you do, and I will honestly say Iv always rooted for amd to do well even when I have my 4790k amd bringing out something new would shake things up

and turns out and have delivered.

so intell locking off cache and pcie lanes on there x299 platform on the lower priced chips so you have to pay more for something that is esentialy already on the chip and just locked where as amd have all the cache and lanes available on all of there threadripper cpus 

 

wtf intell wtf

 

nvdias latest drivers ( bare in mind i run nvdia) unlocking the true performance of compute on the Titan cards up to x3 times better in some applications in response to amds frontier edition 

the only reason for this was to make there quadro cards look good

i know intel and nvdia and both there to make money but ffs if it's already on the products don't sand bag it to sell the more expensive shit.

 

my 1700 is the first component in a long time where I don't feel like Iv been skimpt on at all 

 

I know there's a lot of hate for amd on here and I know there probly do some other shady stuff w/e 

i feel like there a really open and honest company providing the best they can at better prices right now 

and intel and nvdia are just beyond greedy 

 

let me know what u all think 


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Like AMD, don't like ATI. Intel and Nvidea are both indeed greedy. And I doubt that there are that many AMD haters left... Most people with a few brain cells would see AMD as a positive thing. (not looking at ATI)

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Just now, Dutch-stoner said:

Like AMD, don't like ATI. Intel and Nvidea are both indeed greedy. And I doubt that there are that many AMD haters left... Most people with a few brain cells would see AMD as a positive thing. (not looking at ATI)

Didn't ati die forever ago ? 


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There's not much hate for AMD here, not sure where you're seeing that. Before Ryzen people would recommend against AMD because they just didn't have any CPUs that were worthwhile, but that's not hate, just good advice. 

 

Intel and Nvidia have been pushing prices and holding things back in order to maximise profit and minimise costs for quite a while. They've been able to because they've dominated the high end and professional markets for so long. You can call that greedy or good business, whichever you want, both are accurate in a sense. 

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Just now, Damascus said:

Lol, where is the AMD hate?  All I see are fools recommending i5s.

the amd hate is still a thing, people still recomending a 7700k over a 1700 for gaming for the extras 4 fps even tho its on a dead platform 


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AMD: YES

Nvidia: NO

Intel: Maybe


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I think ultimately every company above a certain size is only in it for money, and to view them as totally honest and open is opening yourself up to being exploited by them. I'm not saying that's happening with AMD at the moment but just that you should bare it in mind.


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because this is a rant tread, here is my rant:

wtf cant we get some real word tests, where you have a semi bloated windows install, that is full of games, programs, files etc, 

and then test cpus there to see if for example playing while having an youtube video fullscreen/multiple tabs in another monitor 

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1 minute ago, DrMacintosh said:

AMD: YES

Nvidia: NO

Intel: Maybe

what ?


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Just now, jjohnthedon1 said:

what ?

You clearly don't watch the WANshow


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Just now, DrMacintosh said:

You clearly don't watch the WANshow

nope care to explain

 


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Just now, cj09beira said:

like in many places in todays sociaty, decency and morals are rare :-|

well i sure have a lot of respect for amd and what there doing 


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Graphics drivers unlocking the "True performance" of a card? Like "fine wine?" 

 

But seriously, I don't hate AMD, they are a corporation  with the goal of making money, and yeah  they do shitty things like Intel does shitty things like Nvidia does shitty things like every other corporation ever. What I can't stand is fan boys who will defend AMD for absolutely everything, including stuff they will demonize Intel for doing at the same time. Example, voiding warranties for overclocking. It's terrible when Intel does it, but totally fine and sensible when AMD does it.

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3 minutes ago, cj09beira said:

because this is a rant tread, here is my rant:

wtf cant we get some real word tests, where you have a semi bloated windows install, that is full of games, programs, files etc, 

and then test cpus there to see if for example playing while having an youtube video fullscreen/multiple tabs in another monitor 

exaterly the 7700k only wins in gaming on a fresh install of windows 


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2 minutes ago, jjohnthedon1 said:

nope care to explain

 

Yes I would care to explain. 


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1 minute ago, baconborn said:

Graphics drivers unlocking the "True performance" of a card? Like "fine wine?" 

 

But seriously, I don't hate AMD, they are a corporation  with the goal of making money, and yeah  they do shitty things like Intel does shitty things like Nvidia does shitty things like every other corporation ever. What I can't stand is fan boys who will defend AMD for absolutely everything, including stuff they will demonize Intel for doing at the same time. Example, voiding warranties for overclocking. It's terrible when Intel does it, but totally fine and sensible when AMD does it.

well that flexs both ways depending on the fan boy


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You're basically bitching about market segmentation, which everyone does.  AMD is doing it too not selling you 32 cores for $300. 

 

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AMD hate? xD Make a thread saying that Ryzen is bad and everyone will jump on you.


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If you cry about stuff like this you can have a little cry at the 6950/6970 stuff too, it's just standard business practices of the industry to intentionally downgrade higher-tier components (by various means) because it's more profitable that way. 

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Just now, PCGuy_5960 said:

AMD hate? xD Make a thread saying that Ryzen is bad and everyone will jump on you.

same as if i said intel was bad =p


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2 minutes ago, jjohnthedon1 said:

same as if i said intel was bad =p

Nah, most eople will be like "yeah, they've been shitting the bed for years"


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2 minutes ago, Cookybiscuit said:

If you cry about stuff like this you can have a little cry at the 6950/6970 stuff too, it's just standard business practices of the industry to intentionally downgrade higher-tier components (by various means) because it's more profitable that way. 

well i currently feel that intel and nvdia are truly showing there gimpyness right now


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