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Old 15-03-19, 02:09 PM
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The Future of AMD, Chiplets, 3D Stacked Memory and moving past Moore's Law

AMD's latest slide deck reveals a lot about the company's future plans.



Read more about AMD's, chiplets, on-die 3D stacked memory, future chip plans and more.

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Old 15-03-19, 06:56 PM
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They are pulling all the punches in the CPU market. Hopefully they make a good amount of money and bring this competitiveness to the GPU market.
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Old 15-03-19, 07:02 PM
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They are pulling all the punches in the CPU market. Hopefully they make a good amount of money and bring this competitiveness to the GPU market.
Indeed, AMD look set to dominate CPU for a while and have now forced Intel to innovate.
Let's hope they do something with GPU to create a similar disruption and bring back much needed competition.
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CCIX and Gen-Z soon sounds exciting. Now I'm really looking forward to a reveal.
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Old 15-03-19, 09:28 PM
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CCIX and Gen-Z soon sounds exciting. Now I'm really looking forward to a reveal.
Yeah, that was a big question after AMD revealed Zen 2. Soon implies... well, soon. I don't see why Zen 2/EPYC 2nd Gen/Rome wouldn't support it.
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Old 16-03-19, 12:52 AM
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Unless they meant Navi or whatever supports it... but wouldn't make much sense for Navi alone to have it
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AMD are doing good things atm and while I'm not expecting GPU's to be amazing this next gen maybe in 1-2 gens they might be back on par, but tbh I'd rather they don't go too too heavy on RND just yet use what they know and be sensible
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Old 16-03-19, 04:48 PM
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AMD are doing good things atm and while I'm not expecting GPU's to be amazing this next gen maybe in 1-2 gens they might be back on par, but tbh I'd rather they don't go too too heavy on RND just yet use what they know and be sensible
If AMD's Zen 2 products are successful, AMD should have plenty of money in their coffers to significantly boost their R&D spending. The question now is if Zen 2 will live up to the hype, and if datacenters will fully embrace it?

It's definitely an exciting time.
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