It's not "Best Computers & Tablets", it's just "Computers & Tablets." Because AMD wouldn't show up on a Best-of list.
Go to Best Buy's website. Go to Best Computers & Tablets / Laptops / All Laptops
Down the left side you'll see the filter buttons. Scroll down to Operating System. Click on Windows 10, for which they list 30 models.
Now scroll down and look at the Processor Model group. You'll see this:
Intel 5th Generation Core i7 (14)
Intel 5th Generation Core i5 (7)
Intel 5th Generation Core i3 (4)
Intel Pentium (3)
AMD A6-Series (1)
Intel Celeron (1)
That's right. Best Buy carries a grand total of one AMD laptop with Windows 10 installed. HP - 15.6" Laptop - AMD A6-Series - 4GB Memory - 500GB Hard Drive - Black - $279.99. A lousy 2.0-GHz A6 processor. Ancient Radeon 8400 graphics. Wireless-N but not -AC, and no gigabit ethernet. It might even be a refurb.
Sad. Pitiably, pathetically sad.
Closed door meetings last week to discuss that very subject.
Won't happen. Payday loan places require you to have title to your collateral.
Those things are already piling up in inventory. The deal with GF that forces AMD to pay for chips it doesn't need is doing its job. AMD shareholders are getting drained of assets, and Mubadala is getting paid back for the mistake it made taking on shares of AMD.
Fury is lame and the yields stink. AMD is going to take a huge writeoff on it. Maybe over $100 million.
You need to learn the difference between present and past tense. You also need to try on an orange jumpsuit and see if it suits you.
Stupid. I have to buy a new monitor and a new graphics card?
With G-Sync I can use any GTX card back to the 600s. And it actually works. No ghosting, no ripping at low frame rates.
Read what I wrote.
And doesn't care if AMD lives or dies.
I'm starting to think you only post because you like the negative response it gets you.
Dear potential longs: if one of the shares you buy is a gum wrapper with "AMD" written in it on crayon, don't panic. I drew it and it will some day have value. I might have to die first.
But I will never have to cover.
New S&P and Fitch ratings coming up. Moody's already trashed AMD.
IBM no longer makes chips and doesn't care if AMD lives or dies.
Keep crying every time someone tells you they don't like you.
AMD is currently driving its HBM into a brick wall, over and over again.
nVidia is going to be zooming around the test track in a month, and by next summer will be running HBM2 at twice the speed AMD is.
I've come across an article saying S&P lowered its outlook on AMD from stable to negative as of July 8th. I'll wait a few days and if S&P doesn't post a new rating by then I'll update it. I can't imagine they haven't torn up their old book on AMD after that earnings report.