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Old 01-03-21, 02:03 PM
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AMD's latest Genoa leaks point towards EPYC CPUs with 50% more cores, and more

EPYC's becoming more EPIC!



Read more about AMD's EPYC Genoa processors and their rumoured specifications.

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Old 01-03-21, 07:37 PM
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I know a lot of companies will still use Intel for their servers, but 96 cores is insane for any company that moves to AMD.
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When it comes to HPC they will spend the extra money. They will end up saving time and speeding up research which both costs money.

These CPUs will be pure raw power. Absolutely insane performance going to be coming out of these...
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Old 02-03-21, 09:00 AM
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And here I am sitting on a 4core CPU.

AMD will be rolling out the QuBit soon.
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Old 02-03-21, 10:08 AM
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And here I am sitting on a 4core CPU.

AMD will be rolling out the QuBit soon.
As far as anyone is aware they haven't spent any time in research for that on a serious level. Out of the traditional chip makers only Intel has a slight investment into that industry.


They all really need to start hoping on that train. Don't want to be caught behind.
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Old 02-03-21, 10:46 AM
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Quantum Computers will exists alongside traditional computers, they won't be fast enough in all applications for it to make sense getting rid of traditional computing, so AMD doesn't have much to be worried about.

Their most likely practical use cases will be as accelerator "add-ins" (very large ones) to traditional supercomputers for the first couple of decades. If they can ever scale the cooling challenges and such down enough to be viable for consumers, it will be as an acceleration unit type thing, no one is going to abandon a century of software.
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