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>> No.71009294
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>> No.71009329
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>>71009094
Intel eternally BTFO general?

>> No.71009375

>>71009329
Do you have photo from the same event, but different angle, which shows that AMD's booth was LITERALLY just a couple meters across from Inturd's booth? Now THAT is ETERNAL BTFO alright.

>> No.71009422

>>71009294
IT'S NOT FAIR

>> No.71009442

>>71009422
Ooooh, it's VERY fair. Because it's KARMA HITTING BACK LIKE A BOOMERANG, BITCH.

>> No.71009470
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THANK YOU BASED AMD INTEL POZZED HOUSEFIRES BTFO


https://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Electronics-Computer-CPU-Processors/zgbs/electronics/229189

https://www.amazon.ca/Best-Sellers-Electronics-CPU-Processors/zgbs/electronics/1233052011

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Best-Sellers-Computers-Accessories-Processors/zgbs/computers/430515031

https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/bestsellers/computers/4913338051

https://www.amazon.de/gp/bestsellers/computers/430177031

>> No.71009473
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZN258Q2Y-T8
Holy shit guyse, just look at this. Inturd is fucking DESTROYED, UTTERLY OWNED IN THE ASS WITH NO LUBE WHATSOEVER by this BASED Australian not-Adored. Effing subscribed to the dude, just because of this.

>> No.71009485

>>71009473
RIP in pieces shitel

>> No.71009491
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>>71009470
>not posting it the only correct why
This is the third time by now that I have to correct your mistake. When will you learn? If you wish to post it, just post the pic-related next time.

>> No.71009668

We got any rough idea on how much the Ryzen 3000 line will cost on launch?

>> No.71009725

>>71009329
I thought coal was coming back?

>> No.71009738

>>71009725
>coalburners

>> No.71009777

>>71009738
yes those too

>> No.71010009

>>71009473
Gotta love waiting 20+ years for intel to not be a pozzed shit

>> No.71010536

>>71010009
Kek.

>> No.71010937

>>71009725
You're missing on the point.

>> No.71011209

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we2oePtTGMM

>> No.71011218

Are there any good laptop lines that use amd?

>> No.71011621

>>71011218
Yeah?

>> No.71011931

>>71011209
That's old, no?

>> No.71011949
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>>71011218
https://www.techpowerup.com/255314/lenovo-launches-new-thinkpad-laptops-based-on-new-amd-ryzen-pro-processors

>> No.71012074

>>71009094
Absolutely brutal. I am glad my home vidia machine havent seen update since 2014. So i wont be affected.

>> No.71012924
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>>71012074
>Brutal
Not yet:

>> No.71013440
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>>71009422

>> No.71014930

>>71012924
DESTROYED

>> No.71015519

>>71009294
dear lord, i've made such a big mistake

>> No.71016769

>>71009491
>Poorfag countries buy Inturd CPU's
Who knew!

>> No.71016862

>>71016769
It doesn't even make sense since I live in a poorfag country and AMD is far better value but the top sellers are still a mix of intlel and AMD.

>> No.71016891

>>71015519
it's fake

>> No.71017194

It's just a SYNTHETIC test. You won't notice anything in REAL LIFE. Games load as fast as before...

>> No.71017518
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>>71016891

>> No.71017688

>>71011218
Define good.

>> No.71017708

>>71017518
I've made similar tests on Debian 9.
# uname -a
Linux Microserver2 4.9.0-8-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.144-3.1 (2019-02-19) x86_64 GNU/Linux

# egrep 'bugs|CPU|mips' /proc/cpuinfo
model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E31230 @ 3.20GHz
bugs : cpu_meltdown spectre_v1 spectre_v2 spec_store_bypass l1tf
bogomips : 6385.51

Prime 95:
Small FFTs:
[Worker #4 May 18 22:55] Beginning a continuous self-test on your computer.
[Worker #4 May 18 23:09] Self-test 25K passed!
[Worker #4 May 18 23:09] Test 1, 720000 Lucas-Lehmer in-place iterations of M580673 using AVX FFT length 28K, Pass1=448, Pass2=64, clm=1.
14 minutes to complete 25K

Blend:
[Worker #4 May 18 23:16] Beginning a continuous self-test on your computer.
[Worker #4 May 18 23:33] Self-test 4K passed!
[Worker #4 May 18 23:33] Test 1, 76000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M4028769 using AVX FFT length 200K, Pass1=640, Pass2=320, clm=1.
17 minutes to complete 4K

Before patches, take note.

# uname -a
Linux Microserver2 4.9.0-9-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.168-1+deb9u2 (2019-05-13) x86_64 GNU/Linux

# egrep 'bugs|CPU|mips' /proc/cpuinfo
model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E31230 @ 3.20GHz
bugs : cpu_meltdown spectre_v1 spectre_v2 spec_store_bypass l1tf mds
bogomips : 6385.22
+ latest intel-microcode

Prime95:
Small FFTs:
[Worker #4 May 19 02:47] Beginning a continuous self-test on your computer.
[Worker #4 May 19 03:01] Self-test 25K passed!
[Worker #4 May 19 03:01] Test 1, 720000 Lucas-Lehmer in-place iterations of M580673 using AVX FFT length 28K, Pass1=448, Pass2=64, clm=1.
14 minutes to complete 25K

Blend:
[Worker #4 May 19 03:07] Beginning a continuous self-test on your computer.
[Worker #4 May 19 03:23] Self-test 4K passed!
[Worker #4 May 19 03:23] Test 1, 76000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M4028769 using AVX FFT length 200K, Pass1=640, Pass2=320, clm=1.
16 minutes to complete 4K

After patches.

>> No.71017740

>>71017708
So may I ask you, where's that drastic hit? Granted, Prime95 log does not show seconds, but even if we count minutes to complete, the result isn't twice as long. I have to note that of course Prime95 does not test file operations, this is purely a CPU/RAM benchmark.

>> No.71017766

>>71017708
>>71017740
>entire world currently reports on Inturd turning into a pumpkin after all the """""(((mitigations)))"""""
>this stupid retard calls entire world fakes and produces BS
>"DURR, IF IT DIDN'T DO 'NUTTIN TO ME IT'S FAKE AND DOESN'T DO 'NUTTIN TO EVERYONE ELSE"
>Prime

>> No.71017829

>>71017766
Phoronix benchmark shows lower results in mixed workloads, only one of them, Postgres, is somehow real world, familiar to me and it contains file operations. The stupid retard is you because you don't even try to disprove my claims, you throw a fit right at the moment when there is some information which does not demonstrate how Intel CPUs are bad now.

>> No.71017855
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>>71016891
>>71017708
>>71017740
>>71017829
Kys yourself, Intbecile.

>> No.71017861
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>>71016891
>>71017708
>>71017740
>>71017829
Holy shit, you're a total fucking moron. Absolute cretin:

>> No.71017875

>>71009094
ok fuck this shit
my next laptop will be amd

>> No.71017889

>>71017855
What is "full migitation"? Does it include disabling HT? Why >>71009294 results are halved despite the fact that i5-8400 does not have HT?

>> No.71017917
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>>71009725
I know this is bait but in reality coal never left.
We used to have it produce heat directly into our homes, now we burn it out in the coutryside and only bring its energy into cities so we use it for everything, sometimes heat included.
electric heating is the most inefficient heating btw.

>> No.71017922
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>mfw intel is unironically dying

>> No.71017924

>>71017861
>>71017855
Care to test things by yourself instead of appealing to authorities?

>> No.71017947

>>71016891
>>71017708
>>71017740
>>71017829
https://wccftech.com/intel-mds-vulnerabilities-affecting-7th-gen-and-below-may-slow-macs-by-up-to-40-apple-warns/
Eat shit and die, you piece of retarded reality-denying, Jude's dirty limp cock-sucking Intoddler.

>>71017889
There are (((patches))) that are distributed through OS update feature, these are only simple measure and considered "partial mitigations", while the full one is when you're applying both the OS update (((patches))) and also the BIOS microcode """""fixes""""" altogether at once. The biggest hit is after the latter one, usually.

>Why halved if 8400 doesn't have HT
It's not a real 6 core, it's a 4 core with one (fifth) core disabled and HT enabled secretly. But that's not even the point, because Zombieload and Fallout "fixes" don't affect just HT, but performance in overall nonetheless, even on CPUs that actually don't have HT at all. The performance hit is not only because of HT.

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>>71017924

>> No.71017982

>>71017924
That's exactly what anon did in >>71009294, you piece of cocksucking autistic shit. This is not a test from some media outlet, but a personal test done by one of the anons in the previous thread.

>> No.71017992
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>if only you knew how bad things really are

>> No.71018020

>>71017947
> It's not a real 6 core, it's a 4 core with one (fifth) core disabled and HT enabled secretly.
OK, now we're going full conspiracy. I don't even know how to argue with the one who goes full REEEE to the point of mental disability and starts posting "funny pictures xD" to reinvigorate the point of intel being bad.
This is not the point. I did my tests, I saw Phoronix tests, I need more tests to understand performance degradation with HT enabled. "Up to 40% because HT is disabled" isn't the answer.

>> No.71018021

>>71017982

So random guy posted something on 4channel and we're supposed to believe it? Lol.

>> No.71018036
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>>71016891
>>71017194
>>71017708
>>71017740
>>71017829
>>71017889
>>71017924
>>71018020
>>71018021

>> No.71018051

>>71018036
>DELLEMO

>> No.71018054

>>71018021
The "random guy" provided proofs alongside those tests, you cocksucking piece of Intbecillic shit. It was done in real time as he was posting in the thread.

>> No.71018058

>>71018021
Well, skewed sample is still a sample. I have one Windows PC and will test on it as well.

>> No.71018067
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>>71018020
Here's a fresh one specially for you, cocksucker:

>> No.71018118

>>71018067
> ctx_clock
Do you understand what does it mean and when it means performance degradation in real life scenarios?

>> No.71018137

>>71018118
It means "Intrash" is not a meme anymore.

>> No.71018166
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>DUUURRRRR, Postgre is the only thing I care about

>> No.71018453
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>> No.71018646

Benchmarks don't matter now

>> No.71018874

>>71017766
>>entire world currently reports on Inturd turning into a pumpkin after all the """""(((mitigations)))"""""
i don't care, werks on my machine

>> No.71018985

>>71009491
>India
>Core2Duo number 1
*click* *pshhh* ahh, now that's a CPU

>> No.71019154

>>71009094
>>71012924
>>71017855
>>71017861
>>71018067
>>71018166
>>71018453
Stop posting antisemitic benchmarks

>> No.71019196

>>71019154
Go back to Babylon.

>> No.71019431

>>71019196
Shut the fuck up goy.

>> No.71019959
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>>71019431

>> No.71020880

Up

>> No.71020900
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>>71020880
Down

>> No.71020939
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>>71020900
BASED checks.

>> No.71021185

The state of Intel in 2019

>Multi-core doesn't matter!
>Productivity doesn't matter!
>Price/performance doesn't matter!
>Performance per watt doesn't matter!
>Power usage doesn't matter!
>Temperatures don't matter!
>Soldered dies don't matter!
>Stutters don't matter!
>Streaming doesn't matter!
>Data centers don't matter!
>Locked CPUs don't matter!
>OEMs don't matter!
>Hyperscalers don't matter!
>Upgradeability doesn't matter!
>Anti-competitive business practices don't matter!
>Locked platform features don't matter!
>Synthetic loads don't matter!
>PCI-e lanes don't matter!
>Burnt pins don't matter!
>Heat doesn't matter!
>1771w cooler doesn't matter!
>Server space doesn't matter!
>ECC support doesn't matter!
>Free RAID doesn't matter!
>NVMe RAID doesn't matter!
>StoreMI doesn't matter!
>IPC doesn't matter!
>7nm doesn't matter!
>StoreMI doesn't matter!
>HEDT doesn't matter!
>Stock coolers don't matter!
>Security doesn't matter!
>Games don't always matter!
>Enterprise doesn't matter!
>Hyperthreading doesn't matter!
>VMware doesn't matter!
>MySQL doesn't matter!
>Unix doesn't matter!
>Linux doesn't matter!
>Waffer yields don't matter!
>Benchmarks after full patches don't matter!
>Asian markets don't matter!
>Own fabrics doens't matter!
>Chipset lithography doesn't matter!
>Cray doesn't matter!
>Cisco doesn't matter!
>HPE doesn't matter!
>AZURE doesn't matter!
>5nm doesn't matter!
>TDP doens't matter!
>10nm doesn't always matter!
>Cache doesn't matter!
>Integrated graphics doesn't matter!
>PCI-Express 4.0 doesn't matter!
>Germany doesn't matter!
>Processors doesn't matter!
>Custom Foundry Business doesn't matter
>Framerate doesn't matter!
>Amazon sales don't matter!
>Prime95 AVX doesn't matter!
>*NEW* Large corporations don't matter!
>*NEW* Your DATA doesn't matter!
>*NEW* Context switch duration doesn't matter!

>> No.71021798
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>>71021185
Updated

>> No.71022088

>>71009094
I benched on a 8750h and only sequential reads went down everything else went actually up. Did 6 runs on each with a restart in between.

>> No.71022134

>>71022088
And things like cinebench, firestrike, 7-zip stayed the same.

>> No.71022596

>>71022088
>>71022134
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>> No.71022608

>>71022088
>>71022134
>Jude tries to fool people into """""(((updating)))"""""
Color me surprised.

>> No.71022944

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-amd-mitigations-performance-impact,39381.html

>> No.71023950

>>71022944
Dubs of.

>> No.71024054
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>>71022944
AMD's processors are immune to the latest round of vulnerabilities, and its users also don't need to turn off Simultaneous Multi-Threading (or SMT), because AMD processors do not have any known security faults when SMT is enabled.

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>When you think your old ass CPU is about to become completely irrelevant but it turns out Intel has been pozzed forever so the performance delta shrinks a shitload

>> No.71024832

>>71020880
>>71020900
lmfao

>> No.71024981

>>71024673
What shit do you have that you NEED to rely on Inturd fucking up royally TWICE IN A ROW, for modern Inturd poocessors to tie with yours?

>> No.71025141
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>>71024981
>not knowing about that FX-8350 single thread life

>> No.71025171

>>71009094
Too bad Ryzen is still awful on laptops. Like twice the idle power of Kaby Lake. Why the fuck are APUs a generation behind again? We need 7nm APUs stat

>> No.71025367

>>71025141
I know that SOME FXs weren't entirely bad, but I though you had garbage shit such as 8120 or 8150, Faildozer.

>> No.71025372

>>71025171

>>71011949.

>> No.71025396

>>71025367
If AMd had released the 8350 back in 2011, it would've been extremely competitive despite the terrible ipc, the 8350 performs 15% better than an 8150 that came out only a year before and puts out a bit less heat.

>> No.71025567
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>>71009329
>>71009375
Found it, /g/uyse:

>> No.71025576

>>71025567
When did AMD get so cheeky? I got a kick out of the "This is FXing serious" but it actually is now.

>> No.71025583
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>>71025576
>When
It started here (these are 2016 ads in US airports):

>> No.71026794

>>71018021
More believable than media jews paid off to sell intel.

>> No.71026802

>>71021185
jej
>>71025171
wrong so wrong.

>> No.71027819

Should I be safe if I still use a i5-2500K?

>> No.71027925
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I don't even have a serious stake in either company and might as well have chosen AMD on a coin flip, but the knowledge that I've dodged such a huge bullet is very pleasing.
I think my only reason for picking it as my first processor all those years ago was just that I preferred the idea of the pins being on the CPU rather than the motherboard.

>> No.71028163
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>>71009294
Wow suddenly my FX-8350 is now faster than IntLEL and what's worse is this is at stock clocks.

>> No.71028484

>>71027819
No

>> No.71028611
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>>71028484
Why?

>> No.71028832

>>71028611
Because I also have a sandy bridge and my SSD speeds are fucked

>> No.71028881

>>71009491
9900k is the most sold one in Sweden. Makes sense.

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>>71009094
>>71009294
Post yfw Ryzen

>> No.71028911

/g/ is literally never wrong
So fucking glad I went with zen
2700x now and forever

>> No.71028930

>>71025583
Ok, this is Epyc.

>> No.71028947

>>71028911
/g/ is always right about Intel jews.

>> No.71028974

>>71028947
I knew about ime for years turns out all the leaks where true especially from insiders within Intel and ex employees saying the company will tank

>> No.71029017

I'm waiting for Dell latitude 7000s or thinkpad ryzen to upgrade laptop

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>>71028974

>> No.71029056
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>>71009294
>>71028163

>> No.71029171

>>71029056
IT'S NOT FAIR BROS

>> No.71029213

>>71029056
Now put on updates and patches quick! Post results here.

>> No.71029240

>>71029213
You reckon there are updates for a nine year old CPU?

>> No.71029268

>>71029240
Spectre and meltdown affects all intel CPUs 8th gen and lower.

>> No.71029275

>>71029213
Not him, but >>71009294 results are BS
https://valid.x86.fr/n4vtxm
CPU-Z bench is pretty much unaffected (1% decrease at worst for me)

>> No.71029374

>>71028163
FINE WINE

>> No.71029509

>>71029275
Amdshills don't give a crap about legit results, they just keep echoing fake bullshit

>> No.71029534

>>71009294
>Intel
I wasn't going to buy that pozzed garbage anyway, wtf is wrong with you

>> No.71029632

>>71028881
Makes too much sense.

>> No.71029777

Gotta love waiting 20+ years for intel to not be a pozzed shit

>> No.71029993

>>71029268
god i love being pozzed !!!!!

>> No.71030489

>>71028484
Everything is fucked all the way back to the Bentium 4.

>> No.71030497
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>>71028911
>2700X
>forever

>> No.71030542

Can I have the link a benchmark?

>> No.71030572

>>71029017

See >>71011949.

>> No.71030612
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>>71029056
>Second half of 2019
>Nehalem, and not a top one to the boot

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>>71029275
>>71029509

>> No.71030693

Can I have the link a benchmark?

>> No.71030759

>>71030497
I give it 3 years max before 5nm euv comes along and stomps on it

>> No.71030977

>>71030759
Zen 2 is right around the corner, dumbo.

>> No.71031011

>>71030977
Z2 isn't even 7nm+ euv tho it will get stomped by 5nm++

>> No.71031035

>>71031011
Even gen1 7nm is already showing to be good enough to warrant an upgrade from 2700X to a Zen 2 3700~3800X.

>> No.71031078

>>71031035
Not for me Id rather get a upgrade from my 2080ti so I could run 4k without dropping settings at 100hz+
Can't even handle 3k 100fps

>> No.71031111
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71031111

>>71031078

>> No.71031133

>>71009094
>you were once a part of a global 5 year long pump and dump scheme essentially "long shorting" AMD

>> No.71031148
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>>71031133

>> No.71031184

>>71031148
>"I'm going to retire early on the valuation of these shares!'
Ahhahaha, ahahahahahaha, HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

>> No.71031242
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>>71031184

>> No.71031751

Can I have the link a benchmark?

>> No.71031777

>>71031751
What?

>> No.71031815

>>71031777
>OP and amdrones post fake benchmarks
>can't post the sauce

>> No.71031872
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71031872

>>71031815
>Fake benchmarks
Typical reality-denying Intbecile in a nut, l/a/dies and /g/entlemen.

>> No.71031910
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71031910

>>71031872
source of pic related please

>> No.71031928

>>71031872
>op bench is not fake

You are clueless

>> No.71032053

>>71031910
The upper pic I don't know (I've just copied it from previous thread), but the lower one was made by anon in the previous thread and he provided proofs alongside it.

>> No.71032097

>>71009491
Australians irl shitposting.

>> No.71032212

>>71017917
>electric heating is the most inefficient heating
Electric resistance heat is 100% efficient if you're talking about the socket efficiency. If you're talking about the total system efficiency, well it depends on where the power comes from. If you're 40% nuclear, 50% modern natural gas, and 10% hydro/solar/wind then you're doing pretty damn good. If 50% of your power is from a shit coal plant with no waste heat recovery, then you're doing pretty badly. But say you were on 100% combined cycle natural gas vs using gas to heat your home directly. With generation and system losses, each joule of potential energy from the plant gas would be about 0.5 joules delivered to your home, or 50% efficient. Burning it directly could get you as high as 90%, that's pretty good. But hold on, that's if you're using electric resistance heat. Heat pumps are a thing, and they're pretty amazing. In a reasonable climate, you can take that 0.5 joules and move 1.3 to 1.6 joules of heat with it. Hard to beat 130% efficiency!

>> No.71032307

>>71009094
All my DC customers turn off mitigations
CSPs care a little but already provision guests in tiered performance that swallow the mitigation losses

>> No.71032324
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>>71018021
>test it yourself
>lmao why would we trust a test you ran yourself

>> No.71033710
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>>71029056
God I FXing love this old processor.

>> No.71033783
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71033783

>>71033710
Warm winters?

>> No.71033822

>>71033783
Despite the memes, not really, at least not at 1.4v, 59c is the highest overall seen on prime95 AVX, and it's even lower under a regular handbrake transcode

>> No.71033966

>>71033822
Try AIDA 64 FPU.

>> No.71034009

>>71033966
I've used aida, it really doesn't put any more load than cinebench or a normal render, my system won't even crash on aida on voltages that are way too low for my clock speed, but prime just sucks so much power it will crash if the voltage isn't enough.

>> No.71034046

>>71034009
AIDA 64 FPU is the most hardest stress-test in the world, it literally tries to burn your system the flying fucks out.

>> No.71034139

>>71034046
If that's the case I lol try to lower my core but passing small fat is good for 24/7 use.

>> No.71034304

>>71034139
There's also Linpack, but it's been dead-in-the-water and irrelevant for years.

>> No.71034416

>>71018453
Fucking 4 times longer than ryzen, wtf.
Is this real?
This will kill VM performance in certain configurations.

>> No.71034445

>>71034416
>Is this real?
>Phoronix

>> No.71034453

>>71034416
Virtual machines don't matter anon, only fortnite.

>> No.71034542
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>>71030759
Bruh, it's looking like Zen 2 is going to annihilate it already. If Zen 3 goes tall stacking on top of the dies, then we're going to see another big jump even if they keep core counts the same.

>> No.71034594
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>>71017924
can't, motherboard vendor hasn't even released updates yet lmao

>EVERYTHING IS FINE

I had to disable HT to even get the L1TF fault mitigation bit to flip to true

>> No.71034650

>>71034594
>I had to disable HT

>>71024054.

>> No.71034664

>>71034650
no shit retard I have an intel chip

>> No.71034693

>>71034664
>Deliberately and unironically buys any Inturd after Sandy
>Dares to call someone a retard on the internet
The irony is so T H I C C that I can literally cut through it with an axe.

>> No.71034823

>>71032324
kek

>> No.71034847

>>71009294
this has to be bullshit, i can't believe it

>> No.71034859
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>>71034847

>> No.71034863

>>71025567
>>71009329

cringe to be honest

>> No.71034879

>>71028881
because they like to get cucked?

>> No.71034903
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>>71034863

>> No.71034909

>>71034863
Why? It's funny. It's like corporate level show wrestling trash talk.

>> No.71034961

>>71034693
this is a work machine you absolute dipshit

>> No.71034979

>>71009094
>3fps less in fortnite

oh noes, how am i gonna survive this

go shill your cheap amd crap on /b/, we on /g/ have better taste and knowledge

>> No.71034985

>>71034909
nah, i feel like they could have come up with something more witty

>> No.71034986
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>>71034961
Then you're even MORE of an utter Intbecile.

>> No.71035001

>>71034909
apparently it's working

my CISO just told the CTO that we're migrating to ARM for frontend and AMD x86 backend

what a clusterfuck this is going to be

>> No.71035003

>>71034979
Heavy performance loss in server and enterprise means your gaymen's servers are being affected too, you dumb fuck.

>> No.71035016

>>71034986
>people who work with Intel computers at work all buy them because they have choice

you are a useless, retarded NEET. stop fucking posting

>> No.71035032

>>71035001
>we're migrating to ARM for frontend
RasberryPies as frontend?

>> No.71035051
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>>71035016

>> No.71035080

>>71035032
AWS arm instances

>> No.71035116
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>>71035080
AWS is fully moving to EBYN, though.

>> No.71035144

>>71035116
graviton

>> No.71035208

>>71035116
>fully

really? will they just dump their own ARM processor?

>> No.71035252

>>71035144
>>71035208
That's still in development and won't be fully finished anytime sooner than 2020 at the earliest.

>> No.71035569
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>>71025567
>Intel inside, better cloud services outside. >>71013355

>> No.71035575

>>71031910
It's all fake fakefakefakefaekfakakkkfaeakf

>> No.71035592
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>>71035575

>> No.71035729

So can the microcode be unpatched? Is it just a matter of reflashing the bios or is it more complex?

>> No.71035792
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>>71035729

>> No.71035882

>>71035792
I don't see how that answers his question

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>>71035882

>> No.71036005

>>71035729
Rolling back a bios update may effect the cpu's current microcode but that would take a lot of testing to know how or even if it even does.

I don't know if anyone has even tried, though google would probably show otherwise.

>> No.71036013

>>71035729
UEFI/BIOS is what updates the microcode bud

>> No.71036047

>>71036013
the question is would the IME allow them to downgrade the microcode though.

>> No.71036076

>>71036005
> may effect
Microcode is just a binary which is applied during boot. In Linux, it is applied before booting, through initrd.

>> No.71036107

>>71036047
not likely

but if you find a board that doesn't have an update IME you might be able to

>> No.71036123

>>71036047
https://github.com/platomav/CPUMicrocodes

>> No.71036202

>>71035729
>Please give me the intel viruses I paid for EVIL MICROSOFT

>> No.71036834
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>>71028163
>tfw iToddlers who bought an 8400 instead of a 2600 are getting cucked left and right and are now slower than FX chips

>> No.71036867

>>71036834
source

>> No.71036869
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>>71036834
>meanwhile, 8400 costs more than 2600 and has worse RAM spec than Zen+
>and then there's this:

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>>71036834
>iToddlers who bought an 8400
iToddlers buy Inturd applel laptops, not desktop poocessors.
I think you've meant Intoddlers. Different kind.
As for iToddlers in particular...there's this - https://wccftech.com/intel-mds-vulnerabilities-affecting-7th-gen-and-below-may-slow-macs-by-up-to-40-apple-warns

>> No.71037304

Up.

>> No.71037340

>>71036834
>I POSTED IT AGAIN
where are proofs

>> No.71037382

>>71037340
Bro the fuckin chips are pozzed, just buy a B350 board with a 6 core, accept Intel sucks ass and move on.

>> No.71037402

>>71037382
beat my single core first, shill

>> No.71037425

>>71037402
Your non pozzed score? or the pozzed one?

>> No.71037438
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>>71037402

>> No.71037545

>>71034847
obviously it's fake, do the test youself

>> No.71037568

>>71017917
>>71032212
Revese cycle refrigeration (Heat Pumps) gets up to 400% efficiency compared with electric resistance heat so long as it's above freezing outside.

>> No.71037776

>>71037545
It's you again (that underage retard who was utterly BTFO'd in one of the previous breads).

>> No.71037841

>>71016862
poor countries have worse education & everyone's an idiot thus bring in no money & repeat
circle of life

>> No.71037857

>>71009094
>tfw I'm using this particular XPS13.
Fuck am I supposed to do now? I want a thinkpad but those are Intel too.

>> No.71037888

>>71037857
Well Intelis still dominant on the laptop so you're fine, but they're fucking kill on the desktop, it's absolutely insane.

>> No.71037907

>>71037568
400% is when there's a zero or negative differential. Practically, you'll get an average of 200% from the meter efficiency.

>> No.71037908

>>71037857
Wait for Zen 2 mobile APUs next year?

>> No.71037928

>>71037857
>I want a thinkpad

--> >>71011949.

>> No.71037948

>>71037857
nothing, there's no performance impact, never listen to /g/ marketing team

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lel hack me niggers, betcha can't

>> No.71038009
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>>71011949
Reminder that 2000 series APUs were Zen and 3000 series APUs are going to be Zen+. We won't see Zen 2 in quite a while. Buying a laptop right now isn't the best desu, I'd rather wait for mobile 8 core with Navi GPU on a small frame.

>> No.71038313

>>71038009
why wait

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Alienware-Area-51m-i9-9900K-RTX-2080-Laptop-Review.414667.0.html

>> No.71038427

>>71038009
Zen+ is good too.

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>>71038313

>> No.71038534

>tfw bought 9900k because tired of waiting
Once again, waitfags were right. Never should have stopped listening to them. Now I need to refund this shit.

>> No.71038604

>>71038534
why?

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>>71038528

>> No.71038621

>>71038604
>Chip barely beats a 2700X with more power used and it's $500
>Now we find out Microsoft and bioses are patching out performance so your CPU won't be vulnerable
>Why?

>> No.71038626

>>71038604
Because I'm a gaymer retard.

>> No.71038652

>>71038626
you're returning a 9900k?

>> No.71038654
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>>71038534

>> No.71038668
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>>71038621
Alrighty you go for it lol

>> No.71038691

>>71038652
Yeah, I basically paid extra for a 9700k.

>> No.71038693

>>71038668
Not sure what's up with that low but a server CPU playing racing games at 181.3fps sounds pretty damn dope desu, and it's clearly not even meant for that, being a TR4 chip and all.

>> No.71038696

>>71038668
>>71038693
>GaysNexus
>A chart made even before Spectre/Meltdown """(((fixes)))"""
>AMD CPUs were paired with slows-as-hell RAM

>> No.71038752
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>>71038693
>Not sure what's up with that
Paired with shitty slow RAM and also take into consideration these
>*AMD system has lower Average FPS than Intel system, but much higher Minimal FPS, and Minimal FPS is the only thing that actually matters for absolutely butter-smooth playing experience because Average and Max metrics fluctuate
>**AMD system's FPS was noted while the system was also streaming played gaming content in absolutely maxed out state and uncompressed highest bitrate online WHILE also recording that same video completely uncompressed on the local storage, while Intel system immediately choked itself and started stuttering badly with constant drops to single digit FPS due to absolute inability of handling such kind of a multi-tasking workload

>> No.71039001

>>71038752
butter smooth 30fps

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>>71039001

>> No.71039056
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>>71039001

See >>71036869.

>> No.71039091

>>71039056
That moore's law is dead guy put it perfectly when he said Intel has lost the CPU war, and that it's gonna take people a long time to realize and accept it, AMD could make cheaper chips that use less power while throwing blows or beating intel (oh wait they are) and people will still say it doesn't matter.

>> No.71039094

>>71039056
>low tier intel has same perf as high tier ryzen
yeowch

>> No.71039113

>>71009094
So, what's the best amd chip to switch to?

>> No.71039133
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>>71039094
>i5 8400
>Low tier
The 8400 costs more Anon, and the price of the 2600 is closer to the price of an i3 8100, a 65 quad core chip that's not nearly as powerful as a 6 core 2600.

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>>71039133
Woah I had no idea they had an i3 8300, that is another quad core chip they sell for more than a 6 core Ryzen 2600.

>> No.71039156
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WTF?!?!

I GUESS I'M WITH HER NOW...

>> No.71039177

>>71039133
>it's now 50 BUCKS MORE EXPENSIVE
Holy shit, the last time I've checked it was only something like 20$...dude, THAT is fucking YEOWCH alright. This >>71039094 kid is a fucking MORON, absolute-fucking CRETIN.

>>71039146
Holy FUCK Inturd is GARBAGE, WOOOOOOW.

And the saddest thing about all this is there are STILL a fuckton lot of utter IMBECILES that'll buy into Inturd's PR BULLSHIT LIES, LITERAL FAKE NEWS, and would pay for that TRASH of theirs.

>> No.71039200

>>71039177
WOOOOW! TEAM RED! WAHOOO! BING BING!

>> No.71039201

>>71038691
>9700k.
are this ones good at least for gayming after the patches? fuck, I need to buy something, like now, and a laptop too, I fucking hate intel

>> No.71039215

>>71039201
Buy 2700X, upgrade easily to Zen 2 later when/if you feel it.

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>>71039200

>> No.71039296

>>71039113
If you're on tight budget - 2600X currently, with upgrade options to 3600G, 3700/X, and 3800/X later.
If you can spend just a tiny bit more - 2700X.
If you don't wish to buy this gen and wait a couple months for Zen 2, then just wait for October and get the full package (Zen 2 3600G~3800X, a B550 or X570 mobo, and a Navi).

Also, instead of installing Shitblows 10 on that system, better just get and install easy-to-use Linux distro such as Manjaro, MX, or Zorin, and then just use Steam with Proton wrapped over it. Back in the 2018 when Proton only appeared, Steam had only roughly 600-some games listed as officially and fully supported (meaning FPS performance not lesser than on Windows and no new Linux-specific bugs or glitches), yet just a couple days ago they released a new report after all the testing people did through the entirety of the year and...Proton is now currently fully supporting 5000+ (5006 to be exact) individual titles. Linux HAS GAEMS. And that's just what been tested and confirmed for fully working (full functionality, including peripherals support such as Dualshock 4/X-Box pads, keyboards, headphones, and etc) thus far, obviously much more will come in the near future.

>> No.71039342

>>71039296
mm how are nvidia drivers working on linux lately? is nvidia bumblebee still a mess?

>> No.71039376

>>71039342
>how are nvidia drivers working on linux lately?
Utter garbage.
"AMD drivers bad on Linux" was a stupid meme for some time, but situation reversed drastically when AMD gone open source with programs such as ROCm and etc. It's now noVideo that's garbage shit, while Radeon's drivers on Linux been pretty good for quite some time now.
What should be noted, though, is that all Radeon video card past/newer than the RX 580, require Linux distro with a kernel of version 5.0 at the very least, because 4.19 doesn't support RX 590 and more newer cards.

>> No.71039395

>>71039376
>Utter garbage.
oh really? I remember being pretty good, how times change

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>>71039342
>how are noVideo drivers working on Linux lately
>>71039395
>I remember being pretty good

>> No.71039715

Up.

>> No.71040249
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71040249

>>71039201
>Inturd
>good
>after

>> No.71040823

>>71036834
>tfw this is likely real because of the 8400's low clock speed of 2.8ghz
Imagine spending 200 bucks on a cpu only to be cucked by a 75 dollar meme 8 core cpu.

>> No.71040884

so where are the video game benchmarks, you know the shit people actually buy intel for.

>> No.71041029

>>71009329
is it really good marketing to put your competitors brands on display?

>> No.71041959

>play dirty by building insecure CPUs that are faster than the competition
>also make your compiler show the competitor's CPUs much weaker than yours, compiler that is used by big companies for their popular software
>get told to pay for unfair competition. pay peanuts, if that
>years later people discover that your CPUs were indeed VERY insecure
>"solution: disable HT"
>keep not giving a shit about real security
>people will still buy your shit
kek

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71042006

>tfw just bought a used 8700k for a good price
>should've bought into the Poozen meme

>> No.71042752

>>71039221
JUST

>> No.71042771

>>71041959
>people will still buy your shit
You mean rabid Intel fanboys.

>> No.71042817

>>71042771
What sucks is intel still has pretty damn good ultrabook chips like the 8550U, a 15w chip that outperforms a 2200G, they'll always exist, but on the desktop, they're not viable at the moment.

>> No.71042974
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71042974

>>71009094
Love me some 6x slower context switching.

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71042984

>>71009094
Also RIP datacenters. Databases got shreckt the hardest by this.

>> No.71043094

>>71042974
Context switching doesn't matter

>>71042984
Datacenters don't matter

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71043112

>...
>HT doesn't matter
>...
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

>> No.71043120
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71043120

>>71043112
*Laughs in housefire*

>> No.71043125

>>71043112
The absolute state of intlel shills.

>> No.71043139
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71043139

>>71043094
> Context switching doesn't matter

Let's go back to the good old days where you could run one single-threaded application at a time!

Especially now that games finally started to be mostly multi-threaded, thanks to modern engines.

> Datacenters don't matter

Yeh it's like just 25% of Intels income. They don't need it, r-right?

>> No.71043720

>>71043120
Housefires don't matter

>> No.71044046

>>71043139
Games don't matter
Multithreading doesn't matter
Income doesn't matter

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71044055

>>71044046

>> No.71044288

>>71039056
More cores always wins baby

>> No.71044294

>>71040884
that would make PooMD look bad so they can't lol

>> No.71044331
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>>71043125
Shill would imply they do it for money. They're closer to scatfags at this point, gladly getting pozzed and fucked in the arse and consuming the shit intel produces

>> No.71044425

>>71039395
But were they actually good or just good when compared to the abysmal official driver support on Linux back in the day? Seems like they're comfortable putting together a driver just so they can say the support is there but then not putting that much work into it. In stark contrast Radeon's driver support on Linux is often even better than on Windows, especially for new products.

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>>71009094
Bros...

>> No.71044480

>>71044453
you got this without the graph in the back?

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>>71044480
oregano

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>>71044288
Checked.

>> No.71044529

>>71044521
thanks bud

>> No.71044539

>>71040884
>>71044294

--> >>71036869. Enjoy your buttmad, Intbecile.

>> No.71044833

>>71044539
fuck you goy buy intel

>> No.71044913
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>>71044833
>buy Inturd
No.

>> No.71044956

>>71032212
>>71037568
>>71037907
Wait wait wait wait
So you're telling me you can create 2 joules of energy out of 1 joule of energy? What's going on here?

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>>71044521

>> No.71045757

>>71044913
BUY INTEL YOU STUPID GOY

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>>71045757
No.

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>>71045852
You will pay for this, goy

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>>71045873
No.

>> No.71046687

IT'S HAPPENING

>> No.71046737

>>71046687
Hm?

>> No.71047279

>>71046687
What's happening?

>> No.71047451

>>71009491
why is Europe so based?

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>>71009094
Lower is better

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>>71047560
Indeed it is:

>> No.71047775

>>71047652
>792W
Wow. Much spaceheater. Hyberbibelines :DDD

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>>71047775

>> No.71048176

>>71046737
>>71047279
Ryzen 7nm 16 core 4200+ Cinebench score

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New bread.

>>71048398
>>71048398
>>71048398
>>71048398
>>71048398

New bread.

>> No.71048431

>>71048411
Why the fuck does this need another thread? Leave it be, almost everyone saw it and there's nothing else to discuss.

>> No.71048447

>>71048431
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>> No.71048477

>>71048447
Case in point. It's humorous, but you're beating it to the Earth's core. Give it some time, we're bound to have even more vulnerabilities this year.

>> No.71048483

>>71048411
>laugh at intel general #746

>> No.71048511

>>71048483
There's new things added - Adored's new TV and other stuff.

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