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>>73898949
>IT USES MOAR COARS THAN IT SHOULD
>THATS CHEEEAAATIIING

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>>73314030
Thin clients are shit though, and a Pi4 4GB is cheaper and actually has support.

I love these salt threads. I know what is causing them, too - Intel. Intel has been extremely angry at the Pi ever since they spent 5 billion dollars making Edison and nobody noticed or cared. Well, Edison’s now defunct and withdrawn from the market, but the angry marketing Intel Pajeets are still ass mad.

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>If they keep having security issues that knock on performance, people are going to buy more processors.
>One of the reasons why is having such high demand in the server stuff is, well, overnight 30% of the performance decreased, so, how do you get 30% of your performance back? You buy 30% more servers.
> -- Ian Cutress
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTmnyOZ0pE4#t=642

Truly a whole new level of kikery. Is this even legal?

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>>70955298
They've tried to surpass the Pentium Pro three times and failed each time, abandoning those architectures.

Intel has no game at all. Maybe they shouldn't have spent a billion dollars on their diversity hire program?

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>>68826927
I agree completely, Anon! It's just as, if not more, important that the processor is made by the right brand!

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>>68457379
That doesn't sound very impressive at all desu. Most of the real-world benchmarks are on the order of 1.5X, and those that are higher are most likely AVX-accelerated. And hit is for a 2S CSL-AP system vs 2S EPYC 1. Equal amounts of salt applies, of course, but AMD has declared an expected 2X improvement for EPYC 2 over EPYC 1, so a 1S EPYC 2 system should be expected to roughly match this (especially given that it too will now have 256-bit SIMD). And then imagine a 2S EPYC 2 system. And EPYC 2 will probably even hit the market before CSL-AP.

Seems to me Intel is truly finished & bankrupt.

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>>68373970
>HT disabled on AMD
Wow, really? Really? It's like the PT benchmarks all over again. Haven't they had enough?

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>>67146035
>no 10 nm for more than another year, and even then it's worse than expected
>suddenly, vulnerabilities left and right, particularly critical for cloud virtualization, one of Intel's biggest cash cows
>amd returns to excellence with server cpus specifically aimed at cloud virtualization
It really is the perfect storm for Intel, isn't it?

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>>65184119
>You don't know the first thing about the subjects discussed here.
Didn't you just describe most of /g/?

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>>63870560
Intel's mascot is some nigger.

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>>63077327
Intel doesn't like this news at all anon.

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>>61920161
LOL, yes all those niggers love the latest hot Intel gadgets.



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