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Kukielka

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    Kukielka got a reaction from SlimyPython in AMD Ryzen 9 3950X easily beats Intel’s mighty Core i9-10980XE in leaked benchmark   
    Official slides from AMD back in July confirm 749$ MSRP.
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    Kukielka got a reaction from Master Disaster in AMD Ryzen 9 3950X easily beats Intel’s mighty Core i9-10980XE in leaked benchmark   
    Official slides from AMD back in July confirm 749$ MSRP.
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    Kukielka reacted to GoodBytes in Next Windows 10 update will be about polish not features   
    Thanks, ok, fixed
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    Kukielka got a reaction from GoodBytes in Next Windows 10 update will be about polish not features   
    You should put this in your main post.
    I was quite a bit confused by that title, and it seems like others were as well.
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    Kukielka reacted to mr moose in Turkish retailer may have leaked R3000 specs.   
    Yep, and that's all we know, frankly if 5Ghz is a more often than not occurrence then that's awesome, but to expect it is foolish because when has any tech product released satisfied the expectation?
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    Kukielka reacted to Levent in Turkish retailer may have leaked R3000 specs.   
    pretty solid translation, I am rather surprised.
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    Kukielka got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in 28c Intel W-3175X Reviews; $1700 motherboard?   
    Ahh yes, The GTX 480, followed by 3x 290s, followed by 2x 1080ti.
    Quite the ride.
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    Kukielka reacted to Taf the Ghost in AMD 12 core 24 thread Zen2 engineering sample benchmark leaked   
    @Kukielka
     
    Since I mentioned the WSA, AMD has amended it again.
     
    I'm going to go with "expect I/O dies on GloFo 14nm through 2021", haha. @leadeater , I hadn't actually seen that the WSA lasts until 2024. Which, amazingly enough, is exactly the same period AMD will be producing Polaris GPUs until. (AMD appears to be selling a lot of them into the embedded device market right now.)
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    Kukielka reacted to Whiskers in [Somewhat clickbaity title] LG just teased its new 5-camera smartphone less than a week before the official announcement   
    Please ensure you follow the Community Standards, as backseat moderation is not allowed.
     
     
    @The_Tron I know it seems somewhat pedantic, but please use the text editor's built-in quotes feature to encapsulate content quoted from the source you link. It is technically a stipulation of the section's posting requirements, in order to more clearly distinguish between quoted and original content.
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    Kukielka reacted to mr moose in Nvidias confusing new lineup may finally have been explained   
    OP, you really need to stop reading wccftech.  In fact I would be in favor of banning links to wccftech until after the damn thing is finally released.
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    Kukielka got a reaction from bartekowca666 in Nintendo Switch Online Service costs money   
    Weren't there like 2 threads that were pretty much the same already?
     
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    Kukielka got a reaction from Jito463 in AMD reports Threadripper 2990 is upto 50% faster than the Intel 7980   
    Problem is, Intel is manufacturing huge monolithic dies, by design the costs are much higher and the yields are much lower. Long-term this is not sustainable 
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    Kukielka reacted to Taf the Ghost in AMD reports Threadripper 2990 is upto 50% faster than the Intel 7980   
    Yes, plus introducing Premium Product marketing to the CPU space. There is enough of a market for it to be worth the trouble.
    At stock speeds, slightly, but Cinebench R15 actually doesn't scale greatly beyond about 24 threads. The efficiency per additional thread starts dropping off pretty fast in the 20s, so it's not the great test to demonstrate with, at least at that many cores. Blender would have been more interesting, but R15 is repeatable enough that people have an idea what it means.
     
    Oddly enough, Jayz2centz got his recently to post at 4.9 Ghz all-core on the i9-7980XE, and generally stable at 4.8 Ghz. However, he was doing 750w load in R15. So there's Stock, then there's ridiculous-level cooling options. Ryzen will hit the wall around 4.3 Ghz (on these parts), but 4.2 Ghz all-core, for 32 cores, should be interesting.
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    Kukielka reacted to Humbug in AMD reports Threadripper 2990 is upto 50% faster than the Intel 7980   
    Indeed it's not sustainable.
    It's just an interim thing that they can do for the next two years until they have new architectural and process developments. They can take that hit financially for now (because they can afford it) if they want to completely block AMD from getting a foothold in the server market. I am not saying they will do this, I am just saying it's one option if they want to shut out AMD from the lucrative server market.
     
    I agree the more likely scenario is that they will continue to sell their server CPUs at profit and maximize cash-flow, and resign themselves to the fact that AMD is going to get 5-10% CPU server market share.
     
    The latter scenario is what AMD wants, because just these few percentage points of market share means loads of money for AMD. And it means they have got into the big data centers around the world and built the right relationships with server guys like Dell, HP etc. Breaking into the server market again is not easy, so this first hurdle is the biggest one for AMD.
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    Kukielka reacted to GoldenLag in AMD reports Threadripper 2990 is upto 50% faster than the Intel 7980   
    Thats the point of cost cuts. They have the money to win a monolithic war of attrition. Problem for intel is that the war isnt monolithic.
     
    An 8 core 1 CCX CPU from AMD costs 300$ in the consumer market. Thats roughly 1250$ for an 32 core at consumer margins. They can cut it lower. 
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    Kukielka got a reaction from GoldenLag in AMD reports Threadripper 2990 is upto 50% faster than the Intel 7980   
    Pretty much all 1950X can do 4,2ghz. TR / Ryzen are fairly "lottery-free", you cannot overclock them much over stock tho and they don't really respond to voltage at all unless you go -100°C.
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    Kukielka got a reaction from Taf the Ghost in Amd thread ripper leak   
    I felt like shit throwing away the TR1 packaging. I really don't want to go through an existencial crysis just because I have to decide whether to keep or throw away....
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