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    Each Chrome tab can now get its own core. And...

    Each Chrome tab can now get its own core.

    And 2GB of memory.
  2. Things I care about: Privacy regulations...

    Things I care about:

    Privacy regulations (basically let's NOT have the ISPs log everything for 500 years and then sell those logs to the NSA)
    The ability for multiple...
  3. Intel fanboy in mid 2017: Intel made the 7700k...

    Intel fanboy in mid 2017: Intel made the 7700k quadcore because it's impossible to do 8 cores in a chip and have it work well. When they do 6 cores they'll have to cut clock speeds a ton and it won't...
  4. Well cache and internal interconnects and... ...

    Well cache and internal interconnects and...

    There's a list of things.

    I'd read that Ryzen SHOULD in theory have better IPC than CFL but it's hamstrung by a number of factors.
  5. actually the low power cores are PERFECT for the...

    actually the low power cores are PERFECT for the render job.

    More specifically 100 of those low power cores working together are perfect for the render job (assuming it's embarrassingly parallel,...
  6. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/uncork...

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/uncork

    "a : to release from a sealed or pent-up state"

    You're saying that the old memory controller was THAT bad? Wow. Hahaha.
  7. So we're around 15 years from AES-128 being a...

    So we're around 15 years from AES-128 being a complete joke and probably 20-25 years from AES-256 being a joke.

    Who's ready for every encrypted file they've ever uploaded to the internet to be...
  8. So basically what they COULD have gotten based on...

    So basically what they COULD have gotten based on viewership of their website (viewer agent) plus applications installed.

    I'll still avoid this if I can for any personal desktops, but it doesn't...
  9. I sincerely hope this means a shift towards...

    I sincerely hope this means a shift towards packages which do wired router/switch + access point being more mainstream.

    Positioning of your antenna should not depend so much on where your wired...
  10. I wonder if there are any Ryzen improvements with...

    I wonder if there are any Ryzen improvements with this.
  11. Office 365 makes sense for people who need their...

    Office 365 makes sense for people who need their data backed up.
    Office 2019 makes sense for those who do not.
  12. 1. The law sucks and doesn't keep up with the...

    1. The law sucks and doesn't keep up with the times
    2. Don't do anything STUPID

    This kid is a victim of both his own stupidity and of the state.
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    Yeah, but will it run Crysis?

    Yeah, but will it run Crysis?
  14. bootable m.2 That's about it though.

    bootable m.2

    That's about it though.
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    as an FYI I don't know if 1 is high or low ...

    as an FYI I don't know if 1 is high or low

    Also "order from 1-8" there's more than 8 things
  16. Thread: FRAUD: Rubiconx3

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    It's been 10 years and the user hasn't logged on...

    It's been 10 years and the user hasn't logged on since 2008.

    Do we still need this thread?
  17. memory is PRETTY close to perfectly substitute. ...

    memory is PRETTY close to perfectly substitute.

    If you're Dell you don't care very much if you've got Samsung, Hynix or Micron ICs. Most consumers don't either.

    Same goes for NAND.
  18. As stated, the CPU has 18 physical cores and two...

    As stated, the CPU has 18 physical cores and two core-sized memory controllers.

    I made this mistake myself and cited it a handful of times elsewhere thinking I was clever for counting... I was...
  19. "People who make conservative statements are...

    "People who make conservative statements are discriminated against... I'm going to outline my general thoughts and back it up with research"

    several days later

    "you're fired"
  20. Set it up such that you've got an SLC or MLC...

    Set it up such that you've got an SLC or MLC cache.

    The benefit of this technology is that it gets NAND closer to HDD prices. Imagine swapping out all of the HDDs for flashdrives... it'll still...
  21. So this is basically their Fermi...

    So this is basically their Fermi...
  22. Still waiting for that sweet, sweet 1.0.0.6...

    Still waiting for that sweet, sweet 1.0.0.6 update on my board...
  23. This is either fake or bugged. 1600 @ 3.8GHz...

    This is either fake or bugged.

    1600 @ 3.8GHz with 2999Mhz RAM gets 20,000

    There's no way that having nearly 3x the cores(at 90% of the clocks) and QUAD channel memory generates only a 25%...
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    http://www.zdnet.com/article/intel-unveils-monster...

    http://www.zdnet.com/article/intel-unveils-monster-18-core-core-i9-first-teraflop-speed-consumer-pc-chip/

    The rumor mill says turbo 3.0 to 4.5GHz for the 10 core version. This is around 10% higher...
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    multithreaded difference 12.5% more cores, ...

    multithreaded difference

    12.5% more cores,
    15% higher performance per clock


    We're looking at a ~30% difference there assuming identical clocks. I suspect HT is a bit weaker than AMD's SMT...
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