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  • amdoomed amdoomed Apr 9, 2015 1:43 PM Flag

    Paid to pump NUT JOBS can't hide the Fact they are paid pennies per post to pump AMD full of propaganda, SEC will follow your paper trail right to your mom's basement.

    So paid to post AMD Pump Boy Pump Boy What'cha Gonna Do When the SEC Comes for You?

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Skylake to Rake in EVEN More Market Share, So DO NOT Take Too Long to sell Sell SELL !

    Skylake Will Sure Make You Wish You Sold Debt Doomed AMD ASAP !

    Intel Skylake 15W processors to include Iris 6100 graphics

    Intel has managed to create 15W TDP Skylake processors that include Iris 6100 graphics. Iris 6100 graphics are only available in Broadwell Intel chips with 28W TDP, for example the Intel Core i7-5557U, which actually offers a configurable TDP as low as 23W. There are three other 28W TDP Broadwell Core processor SKUs featuring Iris 6100 graphics. Before year end Intel is expected to launch four Skylake Iris capable next generation Core i5 and Core i7 15W processors with a further four SKUs arriving in 2016.

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Apr 9, 2015 4:25 PM Flag

    Yes Pess Skylake will make AMDuped Suckers Jump in the Lake

    Skylake IPC will be Vastly Increased combined with Great Mobile Graphics Skylake will Take MASSIVE Market Share from Debt DOOMED AMD!

    There's a New Sheriff coming to Town who is Looking for AMDuped Lemmings who will Run Hide and Jump Off the Cliff into the Lake and go down Down DOWN when Sheriff Skylake Comes to take Town Clown AMD Down.

    Just Telling AMD Fool Tools the AMDooming Facts, they better sell now while the selling is good because it will get very VERY BAD when Skylake Comes to Town.

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Apr 9, 2015 5:02 PM Flag

    It wouldn't take much to beat AMD's Lame Old Rebranded, Watt Sucking, IPC Cripple, Bottle Necking APUs in Graphics, SO YES Intel is Beating AMD's Lame Old Rebranded, Watt Sucking, IPC Cripple Bottle Necking APUs like a RENTED AMDonkey.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Apr 9, 2015 5:16 PM Flag

    Intel licenses NVIDIA Graphics IP because NVIDIA has the Best GRAPHICS IP NOT Like Debt Doomed AMD Who Blundered Into Selling Its Mobile IP to Qualcomm for NEXT To NOTHING.

    Debt Doomed AMD Blunder Bust is Qualcomm/Intel/NVIDIA WIN/WIN/WIN = AMD lose Lose LOSE = AMDOOMED!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    NVIDIA DOMINATES ! AMD DOOMED !

    by amdoomed Mar 28, 2015 12:23 AM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 9, 2015 5:22 PM Flag

    One of AMD BIGGEST BLUNDERS was Selling its Mobile IP Cheap to Qualcomm. HOW STUPID Can A Debt Doome AMD be very Very VERY STUPID.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    Maxwell GTX980 Annihilating AMD 290X ! AMDoomed !

    by amdoomed Mar 3, 2015 5:07 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 9, 2015 5:26 PM Flag

    Maxwell's Annihilation of AMD will continue with no end in sight, the AMD Beat Down Goes On and ON.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Apr 10, 2015 11:11 AM Flag

    Stop Crying Us Investors a AMAZON River, AMD Cry Baby

    You are a AMDuped Sucker WHO Lives In The PAST, Wallows in Misery of History, Dwells In Ancient Hell, NOTHING You Cry About Changes the Fact that Debt Doomed AMD's Products Are IPC Cripple, Suck Way Too Many Watts, and Are Re-Brands Re-Brands and More Re-Brands.

    Start Living in the Here and Now, Stop Crying About Water Under Bridge.

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Apr 10, 2015 11:32 AM Flag

    So what now, that was years ago, Intel paid AMD Big Bucks to shut the hell up and stop crying, AMD was happy to take the money laughing all the way to the bank. Everyone made nice, while AMD partied and danced Intel got serious and buried AMD in a avalanche of Faster Better stronger products. AMD paid Big Bucks to Cluless CEOs that made many Huge Blunders like selling its Mobile IP to Qualcomm, designing Watt Sucking IPC cripple CPUs/APU and Watt Sucking GPUs. Debt Doomed AMD with a depleted war chest started Wars on too many fronts with Cash Rich Opponents and is losing on ALL Fronts.

    Start Living in the Here and Now, Stop Crying About Water Under Bridge.

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Page 1 of 2

    To our surprise the GeForce GTX TITAN X is an overclocking beast, just like the GTX 980 and 970 have proven to be. It seems so far in fact that all of the NVIDIA Maxwell architecture family of GPUs have been incredible overclocking beasts. Considering we are still operating on the old 28nm process, and GPUs are just getting bigger and bigger on this process and NVIDIA is still able to get the kind of efficiency in power versus performance out of Maxwell with the kind of overclocking potential we've seen is just mind blowing. Magic! Magic is the only answer to how NVIDIA is doing this at this point. I think the entire engineering team is made up of wizards, that is the only explanation. wink

    Kudos to NVIDIA for making a power efficient with incredible power to performance ratio GPU on 28nm that can still overclock by hundreds of MHz with no voltage modification.

    We found that the GeForce GTX TITAN X is not clock throttling. There was concern at launch that this video card was doing that. In all of our testing it never dropped below the base clock of 1000 MHz. It did come close, the lowest it got was 1050 MHz, but that is still above the base clock. After an hour of gaming and recording the clock speed we showed that the average clock speed was 1150 MHz operating well above the boost clock of 1075 MHz for an hour.

    Simply by raising the Power Limit and GPU offset we were able to take the actual in-game frequency from averaging 1150 MHz up to a consistent 1410 MHz! That is a 260 MHz increase. We were also able to take the memory up from 7GHz to 7.8GHz giving us even more bandwidth No voltage modification required. NVIDIA was right, 1.4GHz is possible on the GTX TITAN X.

    What's more is that this overclock resulted in a large performance increase. It seems there is room left in gaming performance even with GTX TITAN X overclocked. We saw performance go up by as much as 20% in many games.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    TITAN X = Overclocking Beast = AMD DOOMED

    by amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 4:01 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 4:12 PM Flag

    That is a large and noticeable difference that allows us to raise in-game settings even more at 1440p.
    page 2 AMD DOOMED

    Keep that in mind, this is just 1440p, and yet overclocking a TITAN X allows us to increase in-game settings even more at this resolution. We are impressed that a video card like the TITAN X can overclock so well and result in large positive improvements in performance with only an overall system wattage increase of 80W.

    The Bottom Line

    The NVIDIA GTX TITAN X simply delivers. Not just on out-of-box, stock performance, which nails the GTX 980 and AMD Radeon R9 295X2 to the floor. It also has room for improvement, but up to 20% greater performance via overclocking, and this was just a reference cooler too keep in mind. It could potentially do better with better cooling.

    This evaluation has shown that an expensive $999 can help you at 1440p gaming. There are newer games out now that benefit from this faster video card. While 12GB may be overkill at 1440p, it isn't so much if you are looking toward NV Surround or 4K. We are going to evaluate GeForce GTX TITAN X SLI in the future at 4K.

    When it comes to the competition, there are less expensive alternatives but none of those provide the consistency and efficiency of a single-GPU card like the GeForce GTX TITAN X. There is just something elegant about having this much performance and power efficiency in a small, single-GPU card package without the fuss of SLI or CrossFire profiles. All the performance you want is always there 100% of the time, no waiting on driver profiles.

    The TITAN X is expensive and not easy to find in stock, but it is easily the fastest single-GPU card on the planet for gaming right now with VRAM to spare, and simply best video card for high IQ large resolution gaming.

    The TITAN X is not easy to find in stock, but it is easily the fastest single-GPU card on the planet for gaming right now with VRAM to spare, and simply best video card for high IQ large resolution gaming.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    TITAN X = Overclocking Beast = AMD DOOMED

    by amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 4:01 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 4:21 PM Flag

    NOBODY wants a AMD Dual GPU Watt Sucking Water Cooled 295x2 That Needs a MASSIVE Radiator to Keep From Melting and HAS Misfiring Drivers because ITS a AMD Dual GPU P-OF-S !!!

    EVERYBODY Wants the Air Cooled BEST SELLING Performance Per Watt Champion Single GPU Titan X that has MASSIVE OVERCLOCKING.

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    TITAN X = Overclocking Beast = AMD DOOMED

    by amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 4:01 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 6:56 PM Flag

    NOBODY wants a AMD Dual GPU Watt Sucking Water Cooled 295x2 That Needs a MASSIVE Radiator to Keep From Melting and HAS Misfiring Drivers because ITS a AMD Dual GPU P-OF-S !!!

    EVERYBODY Wants the Air Cooled BEST SELLING Performance Per Watt Champion Single GPU Titan X that has MASSIVE OVERCLOCKING.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    TITAN X = Overclocking Beast = AMD DOOMED

    by amdoomed Apr 14, 2015 4:01 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 18, 2015 9:56 AM Flag

    TITAN X + 980 SLI + 980 Ti = AMDOOMED!
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    TITAN X does amazingly well in GTA V at 3440x1440.

    So glad I ditched my 295x2. While it's able to maintain fairly high maximum frame rates, the minimum frame rate and the jumping around in frame rate kills the experience. Titan X on the other hand, tends to maintain a solid frame rate without massive fluctuations, AND higher minimums than the 295x2.

    I've said it before, but I'll say it again: 1 Powerful single GPU card is always the best route to take. No driver issues, no worrying about profiles, no heat issues, no noise issues...So much simpler.
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    Wow the overclock puts this thing in beast mode. Shame you guys didn't get a chance to test it with GTA5 yet
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    It's crazy to see how well this card does against dual-GPU setups from both current and last gen. This is the kind of performance jump we should see from one generation to the next. Makes me really excited for the forthcoming (still rumoured...) 980 Ti, should it have a $700 US price ceiling.
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    Glad I ditched the 290 cross fire platform and moved to a single TitanX. This thing blows everything out of the water. And the overclock is an icing on the cake. Mine does a solid 1400 Mhz / 7.8 Ghz [Amazing overclock for so much amount of VRAM]
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    Not having to deal with the nightmares of crossfire, however, is a boon. I'd rather avoid dual-GPU if at all possible, hence eyeing up the Titan X
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    .I was able to dumb luck my way to getting the EVGA Superclocked Titan X and I can say that it is a beast. Honestly I dont see a need for SLI as I am over 60fps on my 2560x1600 30" monitor with every game I throw at it.
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    AMDOOMED!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • The big news on the processor front is support for DDR4 RAM as well as DDR3 (or possibly only low-power DDR3L for some form factors, based on the slides). This will mark a push into mainstream territory for the new high-speed standard, which could help spur volume production and bring prices down.

    The new architecture includes a revamped graphics component with support for DirectX 12, OpenCL 2.0 and OpenGL 4.4 as well as accelerated encoding/decoding for the modern VP9, VP8 and HEVC video codecs.

    Power is optimized, with the mainstream TDP dropping from 84W to 65W. Low-power dual- and quad-core models will be available with 35W TDPs, while enthusiast quad-core parts will have a 95W TDP rating. Unlocked models will allow for overclocking of the base frequency, which is in line with Intel's recent push to reinvigorate the enthusiast desktop market.

    The 100-series chipsets promise 40 percent more I/O bandwidth thanks to wider use of the PCI-express 3.0 standard and more flexible allocation options. M.2 and SATA Express SSDs will be able to tap four PCIe lanes each for improved bandwidth.

    The Z170, H170 and H110 target enthusiast, mainstream and value consumer segments respectively. Up to 10 USB 3.0 ports and six SATA 3.0 ports will be supported natively on the Z170, while the H110 drops to four each.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • AMD had a Very Poor earnings report this past week, and it shows that the company’s turnaround is one that just is Not turning. The wins for the Xbox 1 and PS4 are now behind, and the rest of the company’s efforts are not delivering the expectations that turnaround investors were betting on in 2013 and 2014.

    Analysts on Wall Street are forecasting for the company. Some analysts tried to maintain a positive call with muted upside, but other analysts smell blood in the water.

    The AMD sell-off in many ways is a Win for Intel. Analysts were getting Ever More behind Intel after earnings. The analyst community just is Not behind AMD any longer, and AMD’s loss can be seen as a Win for Intel.

    Oppenheimer’s Rick Schafer maintained an Underperform rating. He cut its “near Street-low estimates” after AMD came up short and lowered guidance. Schafer also pointed out underwhelming PC demand and excess channel inventory compounding share loss to Intel in its core PC and graphics segment

    Canaccord Genuity said that soft results and guidance prompted the firm cut its target to $2.00 from $2.50.

    Merrill Lynch’s Vivek Arya and team maintained an Underperform and price objective of $2.25 on AMD.

    Merrill Lynch sees AMD’s new $1 billion wafer supply agreement (take or pay) with GlobalFoundries looking unlikely to be fulfilled, given only $161 million was used in the first quarter and that second quarter sales are likely to decline. AMD does plan to add $100 million of console inventory in the second quarter, but that just pulls forward expected second half inventory builds. We are increasingly uncertain about 2016 prospects especially around the announced new semi custom wins.

    While console shipments are likely to provide a decent floor in semi-custom business, the average sale price could decline as the console cycle enters its latter stages. … We lower our 2015/16 pro-forma EPS by 41c/47c to -$0.25/$-$0.24. The high short interest as we see no fundamental attraction in the stock

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    AMD doomed! Doomed! DOOMED I TELL YA!

    by amdoomed Apr 19, 2015 6:09 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 19, 2015 6:12 PM Flag

    Credit Suisse’s John Pitzer maintained an Underperform rating and $2 price target. The firm addressed yet another reset to expectations for AMD and another round of lower estimates. Pitzer showed that the sequential decline was driven by lower processor sales and seasonally lower semi-custom sales. Currency issues were present as well. He said:

    Structurally, we continue to worry that AMD is quickly losing scale with a less defined Moore’s Law road-map and an R&D budget down 50% since 2008 and 1/10 of Intel’s. As a second derivative, this leads us to believe that (1) AMD share losses in core PCs will continue … and (2) AMD GPU performance will fall relative to its peers. Additionally, we worry that gaming likely peaked in 2014 and advantages of HSA are still unclear

    The long and short of the matter is that analysts just are no longer buying into any major turnaround at AMD. Even with the new CEO, investors have every right to worry that AMD may have lost its credibility with analysts and investors.

    The results just Do Not Match with AMD’s commentary from the earnings release.

    AMD is Lying To You, LYING I TELL YA!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    AMD doomed! Doomed! DOOMED I TELL YA!

    by amdoomed Apr 19, 2015 6:09 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 19, 2015 10:24 PM Flag

    The Fat Lady will be singing soon, Doc Max facts will have a toe tag ready, Ace Man will be digging the grave for AMD and its delusional pisswinkles, YBF will lower the AMD casket, Bowjagger, TPDave, Hei4me and I will be dancing on the grave while all of us AMD busting Fact finders will be singing along with the Fat Lady.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    AMD doomed! Doomed! DOOMED I TELL YA!

    by amdoomed Apr 19, 2015 6:09 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 20, 2015 11:44 AM Flag

    AMD has LOST ALL Wall Street Cred, AMD lying ! Lying ! LYING I TELL YA !

    AMD's hired post to pump propaganda puppets are lying ! Lying ! LYING I TELL YA !

    AMDoomed

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    NVIDIA WINS = AMDOOMED

    by amdoomed Apr 6, 2015 12:59 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Apr 20, 2015 12:42 PM Flag

    NVIDIA + Intel = Debt Doomed AMD DEAD! AMD 2015 R.I.P.

    Nvidia’s dominance has long been known, but this latest chart indicates AMD's got some serious catching up to do on the graphics card front. While for much of the 12-year period Nvidia has outsold AMD, nowhere has AMD’s market position been worse than right now. The launches of the GTX 980, 970 and 960, without reply from AMD, has seen market share slump to just 24%.

    The data has been collate from various research and aggregated quarterly reports. What we can see here is a pretty widespread dominance from Nvidia; the last time AMD was the dominant force was back in 2005 with X800 series. Since then the market shares have remained fairly consistent, but AMD's slow response to the best-selling GTX 970, has seen a sharp drop off.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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