JohnC wrote:...How many times can you copypaste same kind of crap from each post you make in "Comments" section?
spigzone wrote: Whether or not the rumored 2013 consumer ARMv8/GCN comes to pass, AMD is certain to have a line of ARM/HSA/GCN chips ready to go in 2015 with the same HSA/Mantle optimization advantages it has in the x86 market. This will be about the time Nvidia's Tegra division finally starts becoming profitable.
spigzone wrote: AMD is about to rape and pillage Nvidia in just about every market they compete in for the next several years and I'm not seeing squat Nvidia can do about it.
spigzone wrote: They will initially be targeting the high end Android gaming market where publishers can leverage HSA/hUMA/Mantle optimized Android ports to provide high end/hardcore gaming experiences on that platform. One might expect this to be accompanied by a release of joystick/trigger equipped phablets, tablets and purpose built handheld gaming machines. The specific market Nvidia is attempting to leverage to ARM SOC success.
SonicSilicon wrote:I believe this is the first time I have ever read someone respond to themselves as if they were truly writing to someone else.
auxy wrote:This is all very interesting, but AMD has traditionally been pretty bad at execution, and as you yourself said, execution is the key here.
I really like the idea of an AMD-powered smartphone, though.
spigzone wrote:SonicSilicon wrote:I believe this is the first time I have ever read someone respond to themselves as if they were truly writing to someone else.
It's not like there's anyone else here providing thought provoking input or arguments to respond to. ...
bwoodring wrote:What you're describing is the absolute best possible outcome is literally everything breaks right for them and Nvidia does literally nothing to respond.
Diplomacy42 wrote:spigzone wrote:SonicSilicon wrote:I believe this is the first time I have ever read someone respond to themselves as if they were truly writing to someone else.
It's not like there's anyone else here providing thought provoking input or arguments to respond to. ...AMD has a CHANCE, which is pretty good considering 2 years ago, they were basically a pet on a leash meant solely to keep the anti-trust hounds off Nvidia's trail
AMD was a pet on a leash meant to kep the anti-trust hounds off Intel's trail makes sense, I don't see how that applies to Nvidia.Nvidia has advantages in both engineering and fabrication
Tesla? Fermi? Both were very late into the market due to engineering/fabrication problems. AMD has consistently bettered Nvidia in engineering/fabrication for the last several years.Over the next 3 years, AMD will need to make a case for gamers to switch, and for the most part, the things that you have mentioned, "mantle," the "console advantage" and whatever other in-roads that they have made are all dependent on delivering a product that does well in benchmarks, and competes on price.
EA is so confident in Mantle and so enthusiastic about it they are fully committing to it. AMD has been collaborating with several other partners that will be implementing Mantle. The huge performance edge AMD will have over Nvidia is what will 'make a case for gamers to switch'.
TurtlePerson2 wrote:Just so you know, perdition means hell. It doesn't mean death or going out of business, it means hell.
uni-mitation wrote:Living in fantasy land is not sexy. It reeks of intellectual dishonesty; nothing is gained by making a conclusion and then selectively choosing, and contorting those facts into a chimera in order to fit your conclusion.
Hedge your bets, and maybe, you might look credible. Admiration is the farthest thing from knowing something, it is the willful ignorance to pick what you like and discard the rest with mental gymnastic finesse.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvYfRiJQIX8Chrispy_ wrote: Why?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHTf73YI_o0spigzone wrote: Because I can.
NovusBogus wrote:On a serious note, Nvidia not having new silicon for over a year is a real problem.
morphine wrote:I'm having a problem seeing the point of this thread. Unless it develops one fairly quickly, it's going down to Lockville.
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