I'd love to see him and Nenni doe say doe.
dnenni • Oct 9, 2013 1:27 PM
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He is a Principle Engineer who has only worked at Intel. I will write more about it on XXXXXXXi. This should be fun.
He's "deeply saddened" that Morris Chang is retiring? You gotta be kidding me. The reason he stopped posting here is because he knew he was going to get torched for writing for Semiwiki and wanted to play the victim. The guy's a sleaze.
Let's cut to the chase, Marsavian. Is Intel definitely a long term stock worth holding that will at least be a stock in the 20's with a Dividend that's not cut or is Intel shaky going forward.
Why? LOL We know why.
Trolling the message board of a company you hate for business. Has anyone seen a sleezier, more unprofessional adult? It's mind-boggling.
HP ditches ARM for Intel in Project Moonshot
Published on 20th June 2012 by Gareth Halfacree
Join Date: Sep 2010
Posts: 4,671 Expect delays or high prices for 20nm GPUs
"Apple is working with TSMC at 20 nanometers," said Gus Richard, a chip analyst at Piper Jaffray, referring to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's most advanced 20-nanometer (nm) manufacturing process.
Of course, a seismic shift like this -- Apple consumes probably more chips than any single consumer device maker in the world right now -- can have a profound impact on other TSMC customers. "TSMC has allocated a disproportionate amount of resources to Apple. And has pushed out other [TSMC customers] in the process," Richard said.
Ugh, freaking Apple is going to eat a ton of TSMC 20nm capacity. If you thought the TSMC 40nm GPU shortage was bad, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
You forgot to include the part of the article that said it was low-end and not very powerful......kinda like you. lol
I heard Warren East said those exact two words when asked if he was bolting.
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Shipping tablets have got nowhere near the Nvidia/Qualcomm reference devices making this whole thread pointless to anyone using real devices. Intel did a better job of holding peak performance for longer at the 32nm design point against Nvidia/Qualcomm, a trend that will only be accentuated at 22nm. Let's wait for shipping devices for relevant comparisons but I trust you will come up very short of troll bait material then
Hadn't you heard? Consumers don't go into stores asking about battery life anymore. They find a salesperson and ask them what INtel scored on the CF-Bench.