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    Maxwell GTX980 Annihilating AMD 290X ! AMDoomed !

    by amdoomed Mar 3, 2015 5:07 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Sep 5, 2015 7:04 PM Flag

    NVIDIA's growing ecosystem of products and features
    In the past, graphics cards were largely sold based on two factors: price and performance. But over the last few years, NVIDIA has been expanding the services and features exclusive to owners of its hardware, essentially building a sort of ecosystem around its cards.

    GameStream Co-Op is the latest example, but just one in a long running series of advances. NVIDIA's Shield hardware -- which has included a tablet, handheld game console, and Android TV set-top box -- supports remote game streaming, allowing owners of NVIDIA's graphics cards to stream their PC games over the Internet to a corresponding Shield device -- a Shield set-top box attached to a TV in the den, perhaps, or a Shield tablet in a hotel room.

    NVIDIA's G-Sync technology improves graphical fidelity when one of NVIDIA's cards is paired with a compatible G-Sync monitor. NVIDIA has also rolled out features that make it easier for owners of its cards to record and share gameplay (called Shadowplay), including broadcasting live to Twitch. In addition to GameStream Co-Op, its latest update includes support for YouTube -- NVIDIA gamers will soon be able to upload their recorded clips directly to the video platform.

    NVIDIA is dominating AMD
    NVIDIA's share of the graphics card market has surged in recent quarters. According to a recent report from John Peddie Research, NVIDIA's cards accounted for more than 81% of the graphics cards sold last quarter. That's up from 62% in the same quarter last year.

    Given that the graphics card market is a duopoly, NVIDIA's gains have come at the expense of its sole rival, AMD. Demand for AMD's cards has tumbled, as its market share has fallen from 37.9% in the second quarter last year to just 18% last quarter.

    AMD has mimicked many of NVIDIA's advances -- in place of G-Sync, it offers FreeSync; in place of Shadowplay, it offers Game DVR -- but these updates have come only months after NVIDIA's. Even then, AMD has not managed to fully keep pace -- it has no Shield equivalent.

    Updates like GameStream Co-Op may seem relatively insignificant, but overall, these features help set NVIDIA's cards apart from AMD's. With its market share surging, PC gamers clearly care.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Intel Corporation Gets Incredible Amount of Skylake Design Wins – Over 800 Mobility Products To Enter The Market This Year

    Intel has really outdone itself with the Skylake brand – not only in terms of architecture, but in terms of marketing and brand revival. A recent press release now indicates that it has received over 800 design wins from different manufacturers – all of whom will be using the Skylake mobility lineup in their offerings of laptops, notebooks and hybrid 2-in-1s. The new architecture not only boasts performance gains over broadwell, but is highly efficient and has a much more powerful iGPU as well – all factors which have undoubtedly contributed to the trend shift.

    Intel wins over 800 designs for Skylake mobility – Will strengthen its CPU lineup of 40 SKUs with 8 more by year end

    The current number of the family of mobile devices present in the Skylake lineup includes laptops with the Core i or Core M series, high end luggables, ultrabooks and even 2-in-1 systems. The current CPU lineup includes of Skylake Mobility has around 40 SKUs – and according to Intel, 8 more will be added in the coming months. The new microprocessors also house Intel’s latest integrated graphics (Intel Gen 9 LP) with quite a number of architectural enhancements as well as increased amount of execution units. These new iGPUs are rated to bring upto 40 per cent higher performance in graphics-intensive applications.

    Intel has also, with Skylake, introduced its new Xeon for mobility class this year. And manufacturers like Dell are already working in incorporating these into a 2-in-1 lineup aimed at the professionals.

    Basically, Intel has gone on and provided a very wide ranging and very flexible lineup of building blocks to manufacturers that will allow them to create a product for just about every niche in the market.

    This expansion will occur over the next 12 months and should also have positive affects on the PC market – not to mention Intel’s revenue stream.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    What happened

    by usurerfunny Sep 14, 2015 2:51 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Sep 14, 2015 3:22 PM Flag

    The AMD pumping Fudzilla rumor was based on FUD, ONLY a AMDuped Sucker would still be holding the FUD Filled AMD Bag.

    Are you a AMDuped Sucker still holding the the FUD Filled Bag?

    Just asking


    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    INTC should buy AMD

    by mjchatigny Sep 16, 2015 7:17 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Sep 16, 2015 10:14 PM Flag

    But Team INTC, MSFT & NVDA doesn't need debt doomed AMD and its IPC cripple CPUs/APUs and AMD's watt sucking GPUs.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Let us tell you about the experience we had reviewing AMD's A8-7670K APU. It came in a tiny little white box. Presumably not the retail packaging. God, let's hope not. Though judging by AMD's lack of marketing share, this could be the real deal.

    Overall, the processor has a total of two computational cores, providing four threads. Say what you like about compute cores, AMD, but Prime95 and Cinebench don't lie to us, and this processor is quite the slow processor. Unfortunately, with 60% of the CPU taken up by the graphical side of things, the overall performance in these applications is still quite limited.

    That explains why, even though the 7670K clocks an average of 3.6GHz at max, we achieved some pretty mediocre benchmarks when it came to computational tasks. In fact, we left it to complete our 30GB archive test, but after taking 30 minutes to complete 49%, we figured it would be a better use of our time to stop the process and continue with our other benchmarks instead.

    This CPU is based on a half-decade old architecture, and is limited in many ways because of this. We saw mediocre to poor benchmarks when it came to computing tasks, and gaming tests also fell rather flat – this is really a product targeted at laptop users rather than those with desktop PCs.

    Final verdict

    We understand this is an £82 processor and you shouldn't be expecting a great deal at this price point. But for compatibility, ease of use and performance, you'd do so much better to head elsewhere. That's the sad truth, and it's worrying for the future of AMD.

    too expensive and too basic to provide anything to any form of power user. so far, lacks any substance. It's aimed at one demographic – people that will most likely game on laptops anyway – with most desktop users opting for dedicated GPUs. It's too limited, too expensive and too basic to provide anything to any form of power user.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Sep 25, 2015 2:58 PM Flag

    AMD is NOT a Oculus Partner, AMD was too Late and Lame for the Oculus development game.

    AMD came late to the Oculus party and cried "ME TOO PLEASE" but Oculus closed the development door in Rory's Mouth Gaping face.

    AMDoomed and Proud of it

    Long-Term Sentiment Disclosure: SUPER Strong SELL SELL SELL or get Busted by AMD BK!!!

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    by amdoomed Sep 24, 2015 5:56 AM
    amdoomed amdoomed Sep 27, 2015 4:53 PM Flag

    AMD APU = Garbage in Garbage Out, each and evey over hyped AMD fusion delusion APU end up being a EPIC Fail!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Sep 27, 2015 5:10 PM Flag

    LOL, NVIDIA BEATS AMD to MARKET AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN, DEBT DOOMED AMD takes one Late step forward and 2 Lame steps BACK!!!

    AMD Duped Suckers have been pumping the dual Watt Sucking 4GB Lame Feeble Fury for Months BUT NVIDIA'S Dual Titan GPU Card will beat AMD BLOODY AGAIN, LOL.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    Don't know if Bloomberg article is Legit.

    by feraltom2 Sep 28, 2015 9:09 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Sep 29, 2015 9:37 AM Flag

    AMD always negotiates from the position weakness, AMD got the console gaming market with Mouth Gaping Rory dress up like Kaitlyn Jenner on his knees in giving BJs to anyone who listen. Talent will leave Debt Doomed AMD after they line their pockets with easy money and run to greener pastures.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Sep 29, 2015 9:54 AM Flag

    You're good at exposing Kenny's stinking sock puppets, may I add smallfingervinny to your list of Kenny's board posting fool tool sock puppets.

    Hey Kenny what happen to AMD's Mobile IP that will take AMD to Triple Digits that you pumped here 1000X, did you finally figure out they sold it to Qualcomm, LOL you pathetic sock puppet board manipulator???


    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • NVIDIA, a Gaming Leader

    High-end PC gaming has traditionally been the field of desktop PCs. But nowadays, it has become more viable to attach ultra-fast processors and graphic cards into smaller, more thermally forced laptops.

    According to a report from NVIDIA, the market for gaming notebooks has been mounting swiftly. Customers prefer to buy a laptop judging by screen size, and quality of GPU. And NVIDIA dominates the gaming laptop sector.

    NVIDIA’s current Maxwell graphics architecture is a lot more powerful than AMD’s Graphics Core Next architecture. The company’s incompetence to fend off its rival will prove costly in the long-run, which is why I think betting on AMD’s turnaround isn’t a smart move.


    The threat of increasing competition makes AMD a very, very risky bet. The company may have performed nicely in the last month, but its upwards trajectory is unlikely to continue. Given the better quality products of its peers, I think AMD will continue losing market share.

    Long-Term Sentiment Disclosure: AMD DOOMED ! AMD DOOMED ! AMD DOOMED !

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    by amdoomed Oct 29, 2015 5:54 PM
    amdoomed amdoomed Oct 29, 2015 8:32 PM Flag

    The AMDOOMING Facts

    Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.. The company also gets F’s in sales growth, operating margin growth, earnings revisions, and earnings surprise.

  • amdoomed amdoomed Oct 30, 2015 10:38 AM Flag

    Larrabee must of given you a lobotomy because Larrabee = Knights Ferry = Xeon Phi = MASSIVE Sales and Profits unlike DEBT DOOMED AMD.

    Intel Many Integrated Core Architecture or Intel MIC (pronounced Mick or Mike[1]) is a coprocessor computer architecture developed by Intel incorporating earlier work on the Larrabee many core architecture, the Teraflops Research Chip multicore chip research project, and the Intel Single-chip Cloud Computer multicore microprocessor.

    Prototype products codenamed Knights Ferry were announced and released to developers in 2010. The Knights Corner product was announced in 2011 and uses a 22 nm process. A second generation product codenamed Knights Landing using a 14 nm process was announced in June 2013.

    In September 2011, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) announced it would use Knights Corner cards in their 10 petaFLOPS "Stampede" supercomputer, providing 8 petaFLOPS of computing power.

    At the International Supercomputing Conference (2012, Hamburg), Intel announced the branding of the processor product family as Intel Xeon Phi.[2]

    In November 2012, Intel formally announced the first products citing claims of CPU-like versatile programmability, high performance and power efficiency.[3] The Green 500 list placed a system using these new products as the most power efficient computer in the world.[4]

    In June 2013, the Tianhe-2 supercomputer at the National Supercomputing Center in Guangzhou (NSCC-GZ) was announced[5] as the world's fastest supercomputer. It utilizes Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors and Ivy Bridge-EP Xeon processors to achieve 33.86 petaFLOPS

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Conclusion

    Steamroller/Carrizo APUs cannot change AMD's fate, even in this generation. The relative CPU improvement is similar to what Skylake is showing at the same TDP while the GPU comparison looks worse than expected. Intel HD Graphics Gen9 has improved graphics performance at a major rate compared to AMD, tipping the balance towards its favor.

    AMD has obviously achieved good results, reducing the TDP by 20% and improving performances, but Intel HD Graphics simply grew much more. If we also consider Intel's eDRAM solutions, INTC clearly owns the medium- and high-performance segments without any doubts.

    AMD has no chance of achieving relevant market share, and it will continue to register losses in the laptop and desktop segment through 2016. There is still little hope for the Zen architecture since the last cash infusion will permit AMD to release it in 2017, but if we consider AMD's claims and Intel's potential for the following years, it is frankly really hard to see the Sunnyvale company living better times in future. Even the chance to see Apple's devices running AMD's SoCs looks quite unlikely to happen.

    In any case, I do not exclude that Apple is evaluating this route, but at the same time AAPL is evaluating Intel to build future modems and application processors to power its iPhones and iPads. Moreover, if Intel maintains its performance per watt leadership, Apple is unlikely to turn down the faster solution, no matter the price. The entry level Mac line would be the only segment where a slower AMD APU would make sense, but Intel would still provide a probably more suitable solution, given the upcoming 10nm Cannonlake.

    The actual scenario makes Intel a solid and consistent long-term buy with a very good potential in many fields. For what concerns AMD, with the recent cash infusion, it could be an object of some speculation, but it is a stock I would not consider to invest in now. AMD is more likely to be acquired or go bankrupt in the following year

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Nov 4, 2015 2:49 PM Flag



    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Nvidia released third-fiscal quarter earnings today that beat Wall Street’s expectations. The world’s biggest standalone graphics chip maker reported that its revenue and earnings both exceeded expectations.

    The non-GAAP earnings were 46 cents per diluted share on revenues of $1.3 billion for the third-fiscal quarter ended October 25, versus previous consensus estimates of 25 cents per share on revenues of $1.18 billion. Q3 earnings were up 18 percent year over year, while revenues were up 7 percent.

    NVIDIA saw great gains in GPU sales, which are the bulk of the company. GPU based revenue was up 12% year-over-year and up 16% over last quarter, with gaming GPU revenue up 40% over last year, and now sits at record levels.

    During Q3 2016, NVIDIA paid back $53 million in dividends to shareholders and bought back 4.6 million shares. Their goal for FY 2016 is to repay $800 million, and through three quarters, they are now at $604 million. NVIDIA is planning on paying approximately $1.0 billion to shareholders for their next fiscal year.

    Breaking down the numbers a bit more, NVIDIA has seen big growth in the gaming segment, with revenues increasing from $468 million since Q1 FY 2015 to $761 million this quarter. Year-over-year, the gaming market has grown 44%, at a time when the PC industry as a whole has contracted. PC gaming appears to be alive and well.

  • amdoomed amdoomed Nov 6, 2015 8:28 PM Flag


    AMD continues to shed assets in advance of its January 22nd earnings announcement: first it was employees, and now it is mobile graphics technology. AMD announced Tuesday that it's selling its handheld GPU technology, along with some of the handheld unit's employees, to Qualcomm for $65 million. OUCH! ANOTHER MASSIVE AMD BLUNDER BUST!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Nov 8, 2015 1:41 PM Flag

    After AMD's release of FUBAR fury and WASTE of MONEY Nano Gamers bought performance per watt Champion Maxwell 980ti the best bang for the GPU buck.

  • amdoomed amdoomed Nov 9, 2015 2:24 PM Flag

    KenLusin shooting_an_elephant amdtripleAH,


    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • amdoomed amdoomed Nov 9, 2015 4:29 PM Flag

    LOL, right hand sock puppet amdtripledigits forgot to change sock puppets and uses his left hand sock puppet shooting_an_elephant, what a AMD pumping FOOL TOOL, LOL.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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