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I am not a bleeding heart, but....
06/13/08 2:32 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 119 Words

I had been following AMD for decades with deep interest. You might just for a "meet the deadline" data thumbing over a short span of hours and thinking that you are an expert and dont require much time to provide...

Totally Off Base
06/13/08 10:42 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 62 Words

... read the AMD complaint before you make such off the mark comments. AMD claims evidence that Intel abused its market dominance to shut out AMD, not based on technology prowess, but by tying financial incentives for VARs to their not using AMD,...

Got the facts wrong
06/13/08 11:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 136 Words

The main objection is that Intel gave its customers discounts if they agreed limit their purchases from AMD. AMD also claims (and Intel denies) that because of the discounts Intel ended up selling some of its processors at below-cost in order to...

Re: OLPC vs. Intel: Developing Nations or Emerging Markets?
12/05/07 6:10 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 179 Words

That is, if Intel's Diamondville performs as well or better, consumes as little or less power and costs as little or less than the AMD Geode processor. Those should be the only factors determining which of AMD or Intels processors should be used...

I would simply add
09/24/12 10:01 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 230 Words

Intel has cooked up UEFI which lets them lock down the system? AMD has gone Coreboot on their new chipsets. Intel using PowerVR on their low end mobile chips? AMD has opened the specs as it was asked to with the exception of...

I would be damned only if ....
06/13/08 2:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 127 Words

... would be damned only if AMD competes just enough to keep its employees paid and leaving shareholders holding the shaft.... True, AMD had robbed Intel of untold billions in lost profits, but hey, Intel got to cut prices . That deep repeatedly,...

Re: Intel's Larrabee and UMPC Will Rock Your Virtual World, Microsoft's EU Win, Product of the Week
09/24/07 10:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 49 Words

According to Businessweek and AMD, Intel can't even play the Sims kids game very well. How on earth will they do high end graphics?
Don't believe me? Check out Businessweek and AMD.
AMD video gut punch:
Businessweek: (call Intel graphics...

Re: Enderle ain't all there...
04/23/05 10:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 430 Words

A friend of mine convinced me to convert my old AMD box into a Debian Linux box and I decided to go along with it, after all, I still had my XP laptop and the poor AMD box had seen much better days...

it would be their best move in hardware in many years, but needs work
04/20/10 2:39 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 210 Words

... would think this is a good move from Apple....they are growing at a pretty fas pace and they would give enough use to what AMD can offer them given the way they do their equipments and the way they have built them...

Re: Apple Is Up the Market Without a CPU
12/31/04 5:10 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 226 Words

Specifically, the 64-bit flavour of x86 made by AMD, called AMD64. Jumping into bed with Sun means you'll be heading towards x86 land again, something that you consider beneath you.
Really the only instruction set that is truly open is the x86 instruction...

Re: Windows 8: Jack of All Trades, Master of None?
10/26/12 11:46 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 434 Words

I mean how many people are even gonna stress a low end AMD triple or quad? they aren't, just that simple.

Of course the other "dirty little secret" is the EXACT SAME THING is about to happen to ARM, you have...

The answer is fruit
07/08/11 4:05 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 274 Words

I even tried loading Linux on one to try to help a customer out and it was STILL painful to use.

I think the turning point is gonna be the new AMD chips, i really do. I have sold several...

The problem with your theory
03/30/10 2:43 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 363 Words

... this: remember how we were supposed to have sub $150 ARM netbooks? in fact they were shown at CES as late as 3+ years ago? Notice they never made the shores of the US? Why is that? i'll tell you why, because I have NO doubt Intel squashed it like a bug, that's why.

As we saw with that 1.25 BILLION dollar payout to AMD ...

05/18/09 2:12 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 159 Words

At least as far as it requires you to have an Nvidia product.

In order for Ion to take off, they are going to have to overcome the marketing practices of Intel so they can compete against Atom. AMD will be...

Re: IBM, Sony, Toshiba Put Heads Together on Cell Chips
01/13/06 11:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 160 Words

Intel uses 40 bitwidth, AMD uses 48 bitwidth & IBM is about to start using 52 bit bitwidth. It sounds like small difference, yet when you multiply 52 bits times 8 cores running together you get 416 bits PROCESSED in same time Intel...

Many flaws in the article..
10/06/03 11:23 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 1104 Words

In fact, some of the biggest Linux deployments I've seen are on AMD servers -- one of the places where the value of AMD exceeds the perceived risk of not using a major server brand."
Ironically, the server is where Linux requries the greatest...

Re: Endless OS Helps Tear Down Linux Wall
02/23/18 3:04 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 324 Words

In a month or two we're going to get the new AMD open source drivers, so compatibility with AMD GPUs should increase as well.
- I think we'll have to agree to disagree about how essential virtual workspaces are, but the...

Re: Ubuntu's Merry Mobile Machinations
01/12/13 2:32 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 389 Words

Nvidia has spent millions of dollars on ARM R&D and the only thing they have been able to do is bolt more cores but we have seen it is ultimately a losing game as it becomes harder and harder to scale a program across more and more cores, Tegra is now up to 5 cores and frankly a Cedar Mill P4 will stomp it in performance, that chip is what? Nearly 8 years old now?

So i think the next 10 years are gonna be a seriously dark time for PC builders and those that want to actually use their hardware in ways not approved by mommy corporation. AMD ...

Re: Ubuntu's Merry Mobile Machinations
01/11/13 6:23 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 169 Words

I have been buying AMD exclusively for the past 5 years when it came out about Intel playing dirty but now it looks like AMD may end up moving away from X86 so for those of us that need actual performance we frankly...

Re: Linux, the 386, and Days of Auld Lang Syne
12/24/12 12:02 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 172 Words

... problem is its has gotten to the point that other than a few rare exceptions (AMD Athlon/Sempron/Duron, Via Cx series, some older laptops) that often the unit will frankly suck down more power than it will do useful work so is pointless to keep.

I was a big fan of saving old hardware from the dump but even i have to admit that now most of the stuff is simply pointless, when you can buy an ARM stick for less than $40 and surf the web on it keeping that power hog space heater box just really doesn't make any sense. heck even if you HAVE to have X86 support you can just keep the box and replace the power hog with an Intel Atom or AMD ...

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