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pipo_koeien 17 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 11, 2016 5:38 PM Member since: Oct 26, 1999
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    by arndace2 Sep 9, 2016 2:50 PM
    pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Sep 11, 2016 5:38 PM Flag

    #$%$-d-ace2, not sure how much you get paid by Motley Fools or the likes but sure you show by your relentless postings that you can survive for this moment.
    Motley Fools and the likes are having internals troubles lately since the revolting groups are loading up AMD.
    How much longer can you survive entertaining this board?

  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Sep 11, 2016 5:28 PM Flag

    AMD has a long history of pioneering innovations, spawning industry standards and spurring the entire industry to push the boundaries of what is possible. HBM is just the most recent in an impressive list that spans CPUs, graphics, servers, and more:
    X86-64: The 64-bit version of the x86 instruction set found in all modern x86 CPUs
    Wake-On-LAN: Co-invented w/ HP, this revolutionary computer networking standard enables remote computer wake-up
    GDDR and now HBM: Pervasive industry standards for high-performance memory, invented by AMD with contributions from the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) and industry partners
    The first multi-core x86 processor: AMD’s Opteron™ 100 Series CPU was famously the first to bring multi-core computing to the PC space
    DisplayPort™ Adaptive-Sync: Implemented by AMD as FreeSync™ technology, this VESA-ratified AMD proposal eliminates stutter for smoother gameplay
    First on-die memory controller for x86: AMD’s “Hammer” architecture was first to integrate a memory controller onto consumer CPUs for peak performance
    Mantle: The first low-overhead PC graphics API, sparking a revolution that now spans the entire PC graphics industry
    First on-die GPU: AMD’s Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) were the first to explore the integration of a GPU with the CPU, eliminating the need for a bulky external GPU for compact or inexpensive PCs
    ​With HBM, AMD is set to once again revolutionize the industry, from next-level gaming to VR and beyond.

  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Aug 5, 2016 10:16 AM Flag

    Dude, you need to get anger management training!

  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Jul 8, 2016 6:22 PM Flag

    Kenneth, If your statements related to "BUY AMD & SHORT NVDA" is correct wouldn't it mean that NVDA will be sued for hundreds of millions of Dollars?
    Your statements sounds that NVDA is caught with their hands in the cookie jar for SEC manipulations, right?

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    by lptv2000 Jul 8, 2016 8:15 AM
    pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Jul 8, 2016 6:02 PM Flag

    Very entertaining that The Street and Motley Fools are putting all their effort to kill AMD.
    INTC is being prosecuted by EU for over a $ Billion for the same process. I expect that after the final ruling of INTC the above mentioned companies will receive the same treatment in US and EU.
    Remember that the EU already fined MSFT for similar practices a couple of years ago. Now Google and a couple of other hot companies are in the same alley.
    Do you DD.

  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien May 26, 2016 3:56 PM Flag

    It looks like that AMD is so confident to take the battled heads-on with INTC and NVDA. The early announcements of their next generation processors looks extremely promising:

    The latest details on AMD’s upcoming generation of graphics architecture comes straight from Videocardz (via 3DCenter). The sources managed to find some very critical details on AMD’s upcoming Vega GPU which has also been known as Greenland. The decision to name AMD GPUs after stars rather than Islands happened after the Radeon Technology Group was formed which is being led by Raja Koduri. Under his leadership, the team at RTG presented their first roadmap to the audience at Capsaicin 2016.
    According to the LinkedIn profile of Yu Zheng who is the manager of research and development at AMD, the upcoming Greenland GPU at its peak capacity, will feature 4096 stream processors. These are not the current generation stream processors but utilize the advancements made in the IP v9.0 generation of graphics SOCs under development by AMD. It is also noted that this chip is the “Leading Chip” of the first graphic IP v9.0 chip generation. You can see the image to the profile and listed details below:

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  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien May 26, 2016 3:00 PM Flag

    Leaks concerning AMD’s Polaris graphics cards and their specifications have been consistently coming in over the past several weeks, signalling that we’re getting ever closer to the immanent Radeon 400 series launch this summer. AMD has developed three different 14nm FinFET GPUs, vega 10, Polaris 10 & Polaris 11. The specs of two of which have recently been leaked & today we’re adding the third to complete the list.

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  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien May 26, 2016 2:31 PM Flag

    My guesstimate is that AMD will be somewhere between $10 and $20. The rationale behind this the following:
    1. Great Chips for: Graphics, Servers, Custom, VR, Cloud, etc...
    2. Take 10 to 20 % market shares from INTC and NVDA.
    3. Additional Licensing to new markets and INTC.

    Tapping in any additional markets or gaining substantial shares in other areas e.g. Memory, phones, tablets, governments, etc will push the price up to trade places with INTC and/or NVDA.

  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien May 19, 2016 9:31 AM Flag

    Finally a topic different from bashing or pumping, but linked to this stock.
    There will be different opinions on this topic which underscores that VR is going to be a big thing. History is always a good guidance what the future will bring, so your examples are nice.
    It is in humans nature to fantasize to escape the reality .....movies, games, etc....the grass is greener...

  • pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Apr 28, 2016 2:00 PM Flag

    In 1983 I met Steve Jobs, who was at that time a prototype of a "Yuppie". He only impressed me when he came back to Apple after he was outed by the traitors he brought in.
    Me getting older I realized that his vision at end of 70'ties / earlier 8'ties was extraordinary!!
    The Apple 2c came back 20 years later UNCHANGED in design. Which meant to me that he stuck with his vision all the time!
    Unfortunately I never met with Woz, but read a couple of his books related to Wire /Solid Model graphics designs. How funny is it to see that my old time Hero's vision is going to have a come back in AMD GPU?

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    I want to hear from some analysts

    by davecarmen48 Apr 28, 2016 11:58 AM
    pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Apr 28, 2016 1:26 PM Flag

    Hold-on to your shares till we reach again upper-teens!
    I lucked out by selling at $18 and than $15 going down. I got back in around $10 and a couple of days ago bought more for $5+ to soften the pain of my losses.

  • now hopefully this stock will ride over $30.....looks like a Buy-Out is the way to achieve it.

  • I made a major mistake during .DOT era not to buy Apple stocks. When Steve Jobs came back for $1 salary per year that should have been my trigger to load up, as an old-Apple employee launching the 1st Mac in Europe.
    Anyways, a couple of years ago I helped my daughter with a project comparing Desk/Lap tops by comparing price/components. Accidentally I got was directed by google search to AMD, NVID, Intel, and a couple of other Mfg copy's....Last year I loaded up with AMD stocks to hold for the next 5 years!!
    A Dutch saying "A donkey will not make the mistake twice"!! I think the upside is far weighing out the down-side.....aaaaaaand my house is already payed off ;-)

    (BTW, Technology-wise I think there are many companies who have great ideas, but AMD's shift away from the established old technology/money and licensing like QCOM is worth betting $ 100K).

    Eager to know other Techies view on this.

  • April 27, 2016, Limassol (Cyprus) – ASBISC Enterprises PLC (WSE: ASB), an expert in the distribution of Information and Communications Technology products and solutions in EMEA emerging markets, announces the start of distribution of AMD Radeon R3 solid state drives across all countries of ASBIS presence.
    Aimed to support the beginning of distribution of AMD Radeon R3 SSD, ASBIS announced partner incentive program, which lasts until the end of Q2 2016.
    The Radeon™ R3 series was designed to offer the ultimate storage solution with a capacity up to 960G and the latest generation delivering a high performance but at a consumer friendly price point.
    The Radeon™ R3 series excels in both incompressible and compressible data types such as multimedia, .ZIP files and so ware. With more emphasis on client workload.
    Key features of AMD Radeon R3 solid state drives include advanced NAND flash, 7mm-height alloy housing, friendly price, and great performance.

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    Nintendo did talk about Nintendo NX !

    by donttrustanalyst Apr 27, 2016 9:54 AM
    pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Apr 27, 2016 12:00 PM Flag

    .....just testing the language skills on this message board ;-)

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    Nintendo did talk about Nintendo NX !

    by donttrustanalyst Apr 27, 2016 9:54 AM
    pipo_koeien pipo_koeien Apr 27, 2016 11:48 AM Flag

    Nintendo is looking for doubling their profit...
    TOKIO (AFN) - De Japanse spelcomputerfabrikant Nintendo mikt in het lopende boekjaar op een nettowinst van 35 miljard yen (278 miljoen euro), een ruimschootse verdubbeling ten opzichte van het jaar dat op 31 maart werd afgesloten. Het bedrijf werkt nog altijd aan een nieuwe spelcomputer, de NX, die in maart 2017 op de markt moet komen.

  • What would be AMD's value?

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