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  1. Quantum-dot manufacturer emphasising weakness of...

    Quantum-dot manufacturer emphasising weakness of competing technology shocker.

    In my experience, my OLED is less prone to IR and burn in than my old Plasma was. So I see it as a manageable or...
  2. The memory-controller configuration raises...

    The memory-controller configuration raises questions, but I'll withhold judgement until we have proper benchmarks and reviews.
  3. There is no room for a frequency bump with...

    There is no room for a frequency bump with current parts, so short of a 12-core part with a 6-core CCX I don't see where they could go.

    It's more likely they are just simplifying the product stack...
  4. Actually, we can thank AMD's competition for...

    Actually, we can thank AMD's competition for Coffee Lake being released early before their intended chipsets were ready. It would have been released around this time alongside a new high end chipset...
  5. Seriously?

    Seriously?
  6. https://twitter.com/CoolChipTech/status/7815390366...

    https://twitter.com/CoolChipTech/status/781539036666138624
  7. Matching clockspeeds is slightly disingenuous...

    Matching clockspeeds is slightly disingenuous when the rumblings all indicate that the AMD product will be clocked a good chunk lower than Intels.

    Matching an underclocked 6900k is all well and...
  8. Poll: If cost is taken out of the equation the Titan...

    If cost is taken out of the equation the Titan Black is the obvious choice just for the extra VRAM, there is no downside, even if there is little upside over the 780 Ti.
  9. IBM don't have the volume to push forward with...

    IBM don't have the volume to push forward with the ever increasing costs of process development. It's more efficient for them to have their products manufactured by a foundry.
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    AMD just cut the legs out from under their own...

    AMD just cut the legs out from under their own 290x as it also has the same defecits in terms of power consumption and noise, many would say unnacceptably so, whilst offering marginal performance...
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    Or you can just replace your motherboard and...

    Or you can just replace your motherboard and pocket the savings.
  12. Any chance that the Haswell desktop refresh could...

    Any chance that the Haswell desktop refresh could be socketed Crystalwell parts?

    Would increase CPU and GPU performance much like a normal uArch refresh.
  13. Intel will be slowing the desktop update cadence...

    Intel will be slowing the desktop update cadence to focus on refreshing the mobile line up far more frequently to combat the threat of ARM.

    Haswell is clearly a laptop CPU first and foremost, and...
  14. Haswell seems to consume less power but run...

    Haswell seems to consume less power but run hotter, so it is less likely to be purely leakage, and more of a power density issue. Lower power consumption/leakage parts will run cooler but still be...
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    Hawell refresh could be anything from a minor...

    Hawell refresh could be anything from a minor frequency bump, the packaging of the 128MB l4 on socketed parts, to a six-core variant.

    The way the Z97 lists support for Haswell Refresh & Haswell,...
  16. Until we see performance figures I don't think...

    Until we see performance figures I don't think it's fair to judge. Silvermont should change perceptions of what an Atom product delivers.
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    Anandtech indicates otherwise - with the GTX 780...

    Anandtech indicates otherwise - with the GTX 780 being restricted to FP64 at 1/24 FP32 speed compared to 1/3 speed on Titan.

    http://anandtech.com/show/6973/nvidia-geforce-gtx-780-review

    Care to...
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    Titan offers FP64 at 1/3 speed of FP32, wheras...

    Titan offers FP64 at 1/3 speed of FP32, wheras the GTX 780 is restricted to 1/24. Titan is outside of the gaming product stack for a reason. It may be only marginally better than the GTX 780 for...
  19. 8% better IPC is not something to be sniffed at....

    8% better IPC is not something to be sniffed at. And if it consumes less power to boot it's a decent progression.

    If you want more performance just wait for the 8 core variant that is sure to...
  20. Seems hard to believe Intel will be disabling...

    Seems hard to believe Intel will be disabling half the cores for desktop Ivy Bridge-E - have to believe we will see at least an 8 core i7 XE.
  21. Considering Haswell samples are in the wild, were...

    Considering Haswell samples are in the wild, were it true, it would be surprising that this hasn't come out sooner.

    So I'm guessing there is someone with an agenda (short selling?) spreading FUD.
  22. How much growth is due to writing off unsold last...

    How much growth is due to writing off unsold last gen product and dumping them in developing markets?
  23. ARES II costs nearly ?1200. That is more than...

    ARES II costs nearly ?1200. That is more than 1.5x the price of a GTX 690, which will likely be similar to the pricepoint of Titan. If Titan costs less than the GTX 690 the ARES II will be competing...
  24. If you read what I wrote you'd see I expressed...

    If you read what I wrote you'd see I expressed quite the opposite. Any like for like comparison x9x0 to x9x0 or x8x0 to x8x0 would be an upgrade on the level equivilent to a new product line, albeit...
  25. AMD should launch a top-to-bottom 8000 series...

    AMD should launch a top-to-bottom 8000 series using existing GPU for retail parts as well as OEM parts.

    Could use the opportunity to tidy up their naming scheme as well. (see 7870xt)

    Dual...
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