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Old Feb 16, 2020, 09:48 PM   #31
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Ok bub Im a fanboy who hasn’t had an AMD CPU in 25 years as you shill for intel I’m far from the only one here that see’s this
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Old Feb 16, 2020, 09:53 PM   #32
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Old Feb 16, 2020, 09:56 PM   #33
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Intel technical marketing performance engineer, Frank Ober, tweeted (above) that Intel can send PCIe 4.0-capable SSDs to developers, but they'll need PCIe 4.0-capable CPUs and motherboards to test them. The super-fast new Alder Stream SSDs (an updated version of their Optane drive tech, with second-gen 3D XPoint technology).

But in order to ramp up those speeds they will need more PCIe lanes, and since PCIe 3.0 is pretty much tapped out -- the doubling in bandwidth to PCIe 4.0 is a tasty offering. But, Intel has no PCIe 4.0 anything right now -- so they're stuck. Intel won't have PCIe 4.0-capable CPUs until 2021 which means they need to lean on their main competitor in AMD until then.
Read more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/69702...sds/index.html


intel seems to want to make PCIe 4.0 SSD's asap
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Old Feb 16, 2020, 10:08 PM   #34
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And your point is? So Intel's hard drives are adding support for AMD's PCIE 4.0 interconnect so that their customers can benefit from PCIE 4.0 hard drives? If you are implying that PCIE 4.0 interface on hard drives are a reason to wait a year and buy a slower performing CPU then you are grasping at straws in my opinion.

I don't go off talking about how Intel's data centers are making them money and how their stock market value is stronger than ever. I don't poke at AMD for not having hard drives ect. I don't care about brands. I'll buy from both Intel and AMD. If people prefer AMD and want to support them even when they are slower I am fine with that. I just don't see the point in attacking a company that many of us own because you have an unwarranted bias. My comments are facts about performance regarding gaming, that's all. You won't see any difference between PCIE 4.0 in gaming weather it's hard drives or GPU's.
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Old Feb 17, 2020, 09:29 AM   #35
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Intel is in for more pain than AMD:

https://www.techpowerup.com/264271/a...chiplet-design

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In the slides below, AMD compares the cost of its current 7 nm + 12 nm MCM approach to a hypothetical monolithic die it would have had to build on 7 nm (including the I/O components). The slides suggest that the cost of a single-chiplet "Matisse" MCM (eg: Ryzen 7 3700X) is about 40% less than that of the double-chiplet "Matisse" (eg: Ryzen 9 3950X). Had AMD opted to build a monolithic 7 nm die that had 8 cores and all the I/O components of the I/O die, such a die would cost roughly 50% more than the current 1x CCD + IOD solution. On the other hand, a monolithic 7 nm die with 16 cores and I/O components would cost 125% more. AMD hence enjoys a massive headroom for cost-cutting. Prices of the flagship 3950X can be close to halved (from its current $749 MSRP), and AMD can turn up the heat on Intel's upcoming Core i9-10900K by significantly lowering price of its 12-core 3900X from its current $499 MSRP. The company will also enjoy more price-cutting headroom for its 6-core Ryzen 5 SKUs than it did with previous-generation Ryzen 5 parts based on monolithic dies.
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AMD's in for a huge boon as Intel struggles to meet demand. Lenovo is changing it's name scheme this year so that AMD and Intel models will start to be the same.

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020...yzen-pro-4000/

I wouldn't be surprised if we see Dell follow suite for enterprise hardware as well. The performance is so close and the price difference is huge. I mean glance over the notebookchecknet review for the T495S from the comments section on that Ars article, it's so close most people wouldn't notice. Add in the $400 dollar price difference... I don't think Intel can get its game in order fast enough to prevent AMD from making some pretty massive gains in 2020.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo....435254.0.html
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