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  1. Some tell you "buy and don't think". Some tell you "Think and then you might come to the conclusion that ask a regulation." It's definitely interesting to share this recommendation for two conflicting groups
  2. The launch of the Risen Generation 3000 last summer and its move to 7nm's LOGO, in fact the line of products that Snooker gave Intel under the belt, led to AMD's best business quarter in 14 years. The picture is interesting not only to the potential investor in the capital market, but also to the computer enthusiasts, because this news means that there is good competition in the market, which in turn will help to bring the products to the general public And, at the same time, help speed up some technological advances in the field, as when fierce competition is underway, all players are making an effort to move forward with the goal of catching up with their competitors. / amd-reports-third-quarter-2019-financial-results Highlights: Until the launch of Risen Generation in April 2017, AMD was the unprofitable, unprocessed company that sold 4 $ 1 billion Since the first launch of Risen as mentioned at the beginning of 2016, AMD has been able to close 2017 this year with a relatively small loss to what was normal, with sales rising by as much as 2017% to 25 billion, the year that marks the turning point. Accompanied by the launch of the second generation Risen 5 series, with continued growth in market share and a first-year finish with minimal profit, and sales increase to 2018 billion. This year 2000 marks the move to the third generation Risen 6 series, beyond the new lithograph 2019nm and first * Amateur private consumer ** more than Intel sells to it, while sales rate is $ 3000 billion. You can see that since Risen was born, AMD has grown by about $ 1 billion in sales a year. Rose from a low of 7 billion by 7 to 1 billion by the end of 4. This is a fast pace of around 2016% per annum, something in the industry that is considered extreme and indicates a major boom of that company. Also, gross profit increased from a poorly 7% area at the close of 2019, to a fairly optimistic 20% (Quarterly 23 2016 quarterly data). This is important to us, not just from the investor's point of view, but from the consumer point of view: the better the competition, the better for us. Competition grows as the underdog becomes stronger at the expense of the strong, forcing it to bend in turn for the benefit of the consumer. And we definitely saw what it did at Intel in terms of pricing and product launch rate. That will only continue that way. AMD Q43'3 Earnings Slides.pdf
  3. What you wrote is also true ...
  4. Here is Mr. Forum member Napoleon - Sorry forum member kakadu999, or by his additional name askme, has already closed you impressive 3, here is nec's response to the launch of RT to the world air from 21.10.2018 that you claim to be inconsistent. Let's read and remember: Napoleon forum member: If you do not pull your comment from another forum member, a comment that you tried to give him grades as well as disparaging him, putting unspoken words in his mouth or comparing them incorrectly, what happens is that the subject will be subject to disciplinary treatment Forum. In my estimation, the landlord's hand will not shake on the keyboard to shut you down for the fourth time (who is already counting your case), because you simply did not learn from past events and just continue to diminish and diminish others (what your interest is at all interesting - what you gain only God knows. ..) Let us show you that you have to fix your messy ways, know how to apologize and do roll back. Here's the copy of the link - for the reader's convenience, 2018 posted in August 21 Well, let's try to do this - nec's summary of all its lateral aspects: First note - I just watched the full launch on Boria and got in a bit of a snap as they say. As someone from the world of graphical math, I now understand that this time it is not a junior gimmick like it was with the phsyX, this time it is a technological bouncer of magnitude, with regard to the management of enlightenment and reflections, which in turn elevates visual realism to the next level, and brings it closer to kissing. From taking a photo. The big thing is to move to Reidor in the physical approach, which is what RT does. In my estimation (and I am probably right in my estimation) this time, the question "will it be caught," it is quite clear (to me) that it will catch the industry, since it is not something that is like this, or maybe, or near somehow, In order to convince him that it is superior in terms of quality of outcome. Rendor RT has been done in the industry but so far not in real time, but just a rendition of CGI scenes and movie (or TV) effects where there is long time to work quietly on a short scene (of a few seconds) using powerful computers that work for a few hours or a few days . This time they managed to come up with a method that does this in real time, and the result speaks for itself, leaving a big gap over the traditional rendering that industry has worked with so far. Randor RT has been known since at least 79, but the computational power was out of the range possible or explained in the next 50 for at least the next few years, so there was no progress. A second benefit is the significant savings of developing the graphical worlds in the various titles and simulators, and this is just another very serious incentive for each new title and title to convert the development to RT method work. What's more, it seems worthwhile for any title developer to work only with this method, and to abandon investment in traditional development (which, if done - will only do for outgoing generation acceleration compatibility). It just doesn't pay to work that way anymore. As a result of the two reasons above, the question with within two years will be 10 titles that assimilate RT and not just 2, probably the answer, that each title will move to this method. It's cheaper to work that way anyway, and the result is better - so what's the question at all? There will indeed be a certain stitch period that will still make headlines for the old rendering method as well, since not everyone at the starting point has the new accelerators on their computer, moreover, most of the market in the next two years will still work with the old accelerators in general and so the seam period will require. But because of the extra development costs, this method will be neglected quickly, so that the seam period is relatively short. In my estimation, she warned, in two years, titles will no longer be developed to fit the traditional rendering purely, and those who will not upgrade their card to the modern generation that includes RT calculations, then: or will not be able to work on the new titles at all, or so - but the same hard work currently being done by the developers To make artwork compensation using the old rendering method will no longer be done, and the result on an old card will be that it works, but the graphics will be rather poor. We've already talked about this in this thread: There is no doubt that the new generation is launching for a variety of reasons, including to allow the old stock to be dismissed from the 10 generation (which probably has too much left on the shelf), and also that Nydea is currently in monopolistic status with the new technology (and therefore can afford To herself), then prices in the sky. Even if in the presentation we saw prices starting at 500 $, and on their website starting at 600 $, no experienced person would have his own stock available for these cards in the near future, and few will be available for purchase, will experience aggressive price gauging, which probably means no less Even from $ 800 to domain entry card (Model 2070). At such prices, and since this is the first generation of cards capable of performing RT, it would be wise for a mature consumer to wait a while for a number of processes to happen in the market: the first is that the 10 generation stock will run out of shelf, then only the 20 generation will be available for purchase as a new one. In such a situation, the pressure on Noida to maintain a high price for the 20 series will be over. The second is that it is unwise to purchase a pioneering product, as long as there are not enough market titles working with it. For 2-3 these titles are stupid. It is wiser to wait a while for the number of titles to rise to at least one-tenth of its size. And third, since this is an intermediate lithography of 12nm, not far from when they will skip to 7nm, and at that time (the launch of 7nm) the 20 generation will look to us like a short-term purchase and a shame we did it. It is likely that by the next year 2019 will move to 7nm, it is better to wait for the second generation of RT to be launched at 7nm, a generation that will therefore give the huge leap in performance compared to the current one. (12 did not materially benefit from the current 16). I would like to say in this regard, that in my estimation, the first generation RT warned it would "age" fast, perhaps too fast, and be in the market for only one year until it was replaced again. And so if you want to jump to the new technology already, it's best to do so next year and through the second generation of RT at 7nm. * This is my assessment of the expected pace. Another issue that we talked about is the apparent disappointment that there is no improvement in performance with regard to traditional rendition versus the outgoing generation. This may be true, but it is no longer the case. Once you change to a completely different rendering method, it is no longer appropriate to refer to the performance power of the outgoing rendering method. Because the step jump in the order of graphic quality obtained by the new rendering method makes all the difference. It is not whether 4k in 60fps in the old method is achievable or not. That's yesterday's question. The question is how much the image in the new method, FPS vs. FPS one to one today, looks better. And it does look much better - there is almost no dispute about it. And so the new launch can be seen this way: We stayed with the same FPS provider as the outgoing generation 10, as far as the old Rendor is concerned. But we have added something radically new that has not so far been the essential thing - the new enlightenment engine that adds realism to a completely different level. And so from now on we will talk about technological advances - in some FPS and what resolution will be compared to the first RT generation. Summing up the topic, the world of graphic acceleration has now undergone a major revolution and a leap for a new generation that has not been around for a very long time. This launch calibrates all the traditional accelerators in fact being obsolete in one sword spacing. So yes, for a temporary stitch period - bricks are still relevant, but the length of breath left over everything prior to RT is to my best caution, no more than 1 to the roof of the 3 roof for years, and this should be taken into account. I don't remember causing such accelerated aging to the graphical hardware as the current leap thanks to RT, even when DX11 was launched, and not in the last two decades. Another interesting thing to emphasize, the reason why RT could now be born is not something trivial: the amount of calculations required for rendering illumination by the modern method, is impractical in the current computational power, and not for a few more good years. So what Needy did, it found methods to cut the way there thanks to the very large volume of all that illumination that does not come through the lens, thereby reducing 99.99% of the required calculations. This is the biggest language. Another thing that helped them save calculations is the intelligent use of AI, which seeks to do the lighting calculations only on the relevant sections of the image, those that the human eye focuses on, and not homogeneously on everything. This saves quite a bit of calculations for a reduction "of something the viewer doesn't feel anyway". And this is the second big one. What will happen to the competition: There is no doubt that Vidya has thrown a glove in the arena that breaks the market to pieces. If AMD and / or Intel are unable to align a line within a reasonable one to two year period, their tickets will no longer be relevant in modern times - just no longer buy them, and Noida will become a literary monopoly. Because when all the graphics market moves to Randor RT, who is not capable of hardware and its algorithm to do so at a reasonable level of performance, that is, all the wisdom of saving 99.99% of calculations, simply will not be able to put an RT engine working (the computational power available today). This is a serious challenge, if AMD or Intel have so far been out of the picture and surprised, they are in serious trouble. But they probably have intelligence sources and they know what Neida is working on. Either way, if they didn't cut gaps in their development labs, they'd have to go back to the drawing board and start really resetting their next graphical engine design, so RT would be similar to Noida's. Although the RT algorithms are known, there is no magic or secret here, but the reason they were not realized is because the method was an impossible calculation load, not then, and not in the range of 50 one year ahead. Noidaa developed the method for saving enormous sums in calculations, and this is what enabled them to do so already in the computational power of the day. Their method of saving, it is very likely that they did not register with the patent - to keep it a secret, that it can not be copied. Therefore, each of the competing keys will have to develop their own counterparts themselves, with no easy clues to talk about how Noida is doing it mathematically efficient. This is the first time in many years that they have been able to impress (me) technologically, and that is not a thing. Not every day manages to achieve this. This day is one of those that has succeeded. Strive for developers and mathematicians who have worked on the subject, in my opinion the employees in the field greatly benefit from their work. ** For those who have not yet watched and want help how to do it effectively, then here is a link exactly to the relevant second from which the show begins.
  5. I believe that with the launch of the 3000 series (probably next summer?) The performance will be doubled by 2 due to the transition to new lithography, 7nm and maybe even 5nm. Then the adoption of rendering technology in ray tracing will start to gain momentum. RT is a new, expensive thing to do in computational terms, and it is natural for first-generation to demonstrate technologies, on which to base future technology. We go there for sure - not maybe, that no one will save himself. The question is just the speed of the real-time rendering method. After all, it has been done in the movies for decades, because the name of the calculation was done in Izzy, leisurely, behind the scenes so that every rounded frame lasted a long time at night, by powerful computers. As is well known, making a movie is a years project, so no time is spent on rendering. On the other hand, performing it in real time is a dramatic technological breakthrough, so it is natural for it to do in a few beats rather than a single hit. Probably in about half a decade, there will be no more rendering on non-ray tracing PC. ray tracing gives the image a quality of photography, and when compared (in the quality demonstrations they did on the subject) with the function versus the inactive mode, it is like moving from a cartoon movie to a cartoon to a cinematographic camera. This is to what extent the effect of natural and correct enlightenment, combined with reflections, gives our human eye the feeling, or to say the illusion, that it is as real as it is in reality. So let's be there a bit, patience ... The goal to aspire to is: 4K resolution, a stereoscopic image (ie three-dimensional - meaning two channels per eye) with 60hz refresh rate per eye, Random ray tracing, and HDR contrast. When something like this happens on our eyes with a fitted helmet or virtual reality glasses to produce what we need, our jaw will fall to the floor. Think about the range of possibilities this will give, not only for computer games yes, but for many other things, let your imagination go where it can go
  6. Interesting and quality hardwareunboxed work on the subject, I really liked and learned along the way. Sharing with you - Have fun too
  7. It seems that since last year's big drop, we have been waiting for the next beat. There is periodicity in the subject. It occurs every time a large amount of chip coins are placed / upgraded in the world. The coins lower the lithography to the next generation, allowing the same batch of production volume to produce about twice as much memory. Since the last beat was in the second half of 2018, in my estimation only caution at this stage, the next beat will occur only in the second half of 2020 a rough order of magnitude. And even later (unfortunately). At present, there is no big incentive to encourage manufacturers to upgrade their chip manufacturing technology, as the prices are quite cheap until their profitability is low. There should be a significant increase in demand, which in turn will cause manufacturers to make the next leap, with prices only falling further. But where will the next big wave of demand come from? The latter was due to the issue of smartphones to the best of my memory, and since then the industry of smartphones has been quite relaxed. A potential target for dramatic increase in demand is the DATA and server targets, most of which are still stored in the mechanical, but as soon as they make a massive conversion to flash, the demand curve will be sky-high. In fact, the global data industry is the biggest consumer on the subject. If it goes beyond flash, the requests may double in size by 10 or higher. This is an industry standard in the field of flash.
  8. And despite the absence of such "promise", I still sleep well at night, with my pacifier and a bear hugged on the side ...
  9. ^ In many cases, the SSD drive buys it at all for a computer for sale (computer components of their kind) and what is most interesting to them, is that it has a good look at the paper for the eyes of the buyer, the one who does not quite understand in terms of volume - it will be written half a tare. And of course the drive will be fine and install for at least one year for the period it gives the computer a system component warranty. And that is, after that it is no longer a problem of the ingredient. And every shekel that costs the drive less, it's a profit that goes into the pocket of the ingredient. And here's how 35 plays and how games play is important. Because it's 35 here, and a few more there, and here they went for 100-200 more profit for the computer component. Secondly, quite a few of the computers are for low budget systems, for a small child, for an elderly couple, or for an HTPC living room ... On 600-1800 systems, each shekel sets, and another 35 chess changes the picture, because that's a few percent of the total cost. For the private main computer of adults in the Western world (like us), a budget system of 5000-10000, this consideration has indeed become secondary and not important. Except that ... It is the catapult of systems nowadays, not the majority. Therefore, the recommendation should be reserved as to what better to buy, for whom. For every MX500 drive that Micron Strait, they are probably at least 4 if not more BX500 drives. In the institutional market, BX buys and not MX, and buys millions of computers every year around the world. What comes with HP Desktop, or Novo ... Which consists of office. I know that is what we get in our society. And here's the 35 double order of 1000 computer units, it's money. The product wins the tender which is cheaper. Regarding 3 or 5 years warranty: While 3 or 5 years such drive price has dropped to a third of what it costs today, it will cost something like 80-100 (if not less). The responsibility in such a case will not interest anyone. So you bought Max on 218 today and spent another 80 in another 4 years to replace one that was screwed after expiry of warranty. Completely secondary. Because the great damage is not the cost of the drive at all, the great damage is the loss of information and the need for hours to be spent to restore it. Such as reinstalling an operating system. Therefore, it does not seem to me (on the face of it) that 5 years warranty or 3 is an element that influences the decision to purchase an SSD drive product as stated that the life span of this technology is shorter anyway - it is fast moving forward. Summary: For an about blank computer on 10K Chess for his home office, for a person who is an adult, the 35 Chess is no consideration at all and he will buy the expensive one. For all other 600-1800 budget systems, which is quite a bit off the market, the 35 chess is definitely a relevant consideration. ** Shares that my office computer (in the workplace) named me BX500 about a year ago. So far he has been working fine and I am perfectly satisfied. Very fast, does the job well. It doesn't seem to me that if one night a small dwarf comes along and replaces the MX model, which I will notice at all that something has changed in the performance of the computer. The Office, the Axel, the Browser, and some other really easy tools in the software world, won't be any faster because of that. I could have asked to have SSD priced at 10, and I didn't. for what. In general, I'm one of the only ones who insisted that he not replace the computer in the office since 2011. He is 8 years plus. I happen to have a standard HP i5 2500 (not a K), and there is no difference in performance between what other employees are replacing today, i5 6500 as fancy or something. The office, after all, works the same. That's what office desktops do. Just thousands of computers have since purchased 2011 for employees, at the expense of the Israeli taxpayer, while they have been able to stay with the same equipment ever since without any problem or operational compromise. Dumbs who pity the time.
  10. In my opinion, he sought to save, common sense and common sense. Who does not want to save money if possible. Except that ... This MX model is another 10 $ more expensive over BX, that is, 35 is converting to NIS. Which is almost another 15% increase in price ... Will you feel the difference in performance in daily use? probably not. Will you feel differently? Maybe in Benzmark ... and there, too, the differences will be relatively small. It is beautiful to the eye but more for the record than for the practical practice. This addition of cache to SSD is reflected in the intensive use of IO, many small writings, something that people don't usually do on a home computer (routinely). So, they developed the dramless ssd line and downloaded $ 10 for the price. Good idea, smart , Which fits the purpose for which this specific ** product is intended, yet 218 Chess instead of 253 Chess is a difference - so the idea was born.
  11. ^ An unnamed branded product? A reputable internet provider? Isn't it simpler not to take risks, and in order to get a half-tare SSD, just go to the Amazon USA website and order (say) it: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-BX500-480GB-2-5- Inch-Internal / dp / B07G3KRVWP / ref = sr_1_1? Keywords = ssd + 500 + bx500 & qid = 1571551222 & sr = 8-1 All 218 NIS Final price Everything includes everything, also delivery to the house to Israel and no VAT. * This is a proven product Of crucial, solid and reputable, from the most reputable provider there is on the internet today amazon.
  12. I tend to appreciate it for sure, not whether, but when. Most of the relevant research bodies in the field, including the US government and not just the US, the companies themselves like Intel IBM and their like, and of course the good universities in this study, sit on all kinds of experimental ideas and prototypes. Plus after long enough, something succeeds and breaks forward. The question just how long does it take, a decade, two, five ...? There have been countless technological breakthroughs in history when the latest (in the computer world) was the invention of the transistor. But it's been about half a century since then, eagerly awaiting the next break.
  13. I wish ... Qualcomm is really one of the few players who are big enough and capable of getting into this difficult field ...
  14. Here you too were with the traditional "2500K", just one generation before, known by its first-generation icore. Same i5 750, amazing processor !!! From the year 2009 that the entire community of amateur bought it, and made it OC from the 2.6ghz area to the 3.6-4.0Ghz area. All of us scholars at the end of the day understand the same thing and act the same ... expected. As is well known, he replaced him with the same 2500K, which brought the arena a little more frequency (to 4.5-5.0 after the rush), and a bit more IPC (as I think another 20% per pound). So they got a total improvement of about 30% (frequency integration + IPC) in the first-generation 2009 to the second generation 2011. Here are women who, even then, only two years between 2009 and 2011, and already managed to produce 30% improvement, what it took Now that 8 years to get to it, and now that you've upgraded to Reisen's hexagonal 2600, you probably have quite a few years of quiet. If it takes another decade ... God knows. Only if the AMD-Intel competition gives birth to something new and fast will it shorten. Believe, but hope is permissible, and we may all be experiencing a technological revolution, going from traditional silicon, to something completely different, such as some discovery from the IBM lab, used in black diamond - something quantum maybe? Or hundreds or thousands of computational power overnight. It can happen like any scientific field. Something that will change the industry end-to-end. Talk about it for quite some time now, which is the next thing.
  15. Linus may have already moved to AMD…. But I am not yet the Intel 2500K for the sake of doing stints. One of Intel's greatest successes of all time? So being fair to ourselves, it didn't happen to him at all, the 2500K is not to blame for his amazingness. The culprit is what happened next, namely after the year of 2011: the progress bar in the processor field became so flat that progress pretty much froze. That's why the 2500K "artificial" - still a reasonable carry today. Let's look at some numbers: On the topic of IPC (combined with working frequency, ie the aggregate yield of both together) these have all risen by about 30-40% since Sandy Bridge ... It's nothing. The numbers under cinebench show us this beautifully: from Sandy Bridge, 150 points went up to a single core, to about 200-210 points in today's latest single-core processors. It's not enough as you see. But why not enough? For comparison, let's understand the proportions, in 2000-1999 IPC rose by 100% in one year. Rise from 550Ghz frequency to 1.13Ghz frequency .... With no improvement in architecture, yes, they just brought Pentium Generation 3, from 550mhz work frequency earlier this year, to its peak at 1.13Ghz at the end. There was then "stubborn competition for frequency" between AMD and Intel. So now we understand how an 2011 processor (which sounds old-fashioned on paper - in the number of years since then), but when compared to the 1999, doesn't look like that old. In fact, the progress made in the last 8 years, which is as stated only 30-40%, corresponds to the value of 4 monthly progress made in only one year in 99 .... But the year 99 was not too special, because in the years 70, 80, 90, every two years an order of magnitude would have multiplied the processor power anyway. Moore's Law called it. So, in one year, it was customary to improve 1.4 on average in principle ** to improve 2 every two years. So here it has been a short 8 years at all since 2011, and only 30-40% progressed. It's a shame in comparison. No one in those decades (70-80-90) when progress was sustainable, did not upgrade a processor due to a third improvement in the volume (30-40%). It was ridiculous. This was equivalent to less than a year's improvement. And that's too little improvement to justify it in any way. Also relatively small to give a "wow" feeling to the user. "Wow" is an improvement of minus 100% (2 improvement). So that there will be no doubts about what the enhancement gives us in a user experience, and what kind of benchometer is required as a tool that measures milliseconds, just so we can see it numerically on the side (when we do not feel it in our human senses). The strict ones say that a minumum of 4 should be improved to be fair with ourselves. That's why, in those years, they waited about 4 years between upgrade and upgrade, and then get 4 faster (on IPC). Let's say machine 400mhz instead of 100mhz. Consumers would upgrade then ... Environments once in 4 years as mentioned. But get a machine from a completely different world. Two whole generations of computational evolution! For example, move from 286 to 486. From 16 Bit, to 32 Bit and with 4 frequency! It was a different world. To internalize try to imagine this: Today you have the latest 5Ghz processor, after 4 years you received the 20Ghz processor. This means a reduction in work time in work software - for a quarter of a time. Let's say from standby minutes, to only one and a half minutes. The significance of FPS games is an increase of 4 by FPS. Let's say from 100 to 400. That's a point, that's what we're talking about. It's an intergenerational improvement. Back to today's grim reality: Today, the only upgrade left to do (within the 5Ghz glass ceiling limit) is only lateral improvement - ie more cores. Then it was expected where, since 2011 (if they could not progress to altitude) = Frequency (IPC), which would at least double 2 cores every two years as a facility compensation. But neither did it and got stuck on 4 cores .... Until.... Year 2017. That no one would deceive himself, it would have continued that way Elmal Risen was born ... Thanks to Reisen we finally got to see 8 cores. Without it we would still be with Intel 9000 generation with a traditional 4 core i7. So Hallelujah, which should have been marketed in 2013, the same and expected multiplication of core kernels from 4 to 8 (as compensation for the working frequency stuck since 2011), took him to 2017 only to reach the market (back in 4 years). Now, after the brief historical review above, it is understandable to all of us why 2500K is still relevant, and not because of it - but because of the stagnation of the field. The great truth is, how all the years the processor industry still managed to sell processors in such a stagnant environment. The reason is, at least in principle, based on consumers' great ignorance. They sold mines - just like that. Sell ​​them insulting progress of about 3-4% per year ... Because the masses wanted to buy a new computer from the beginning (motherboard, processor ... And if by then almost everything around also). Just because they showed them on the graph from 3000 points to 3100, or FPS improved by 3-4% .... And for that, they made noise and rings that God would keep. For that they wanted to upgrade yes. Notice the improvement they received after 4 years in the years that it was working properly this whole issue. 400% improvement in 4 years. * And sometimes more ... The past decade was based on sales that were not due to progress in sustainable, or clearly felt, but because of the system and aggressive marketing system for laymen (I did not want to use a more insulting phrase like total boys in calculus). It has come to the point that, even in the traditional car market, an industry over 100 a year old that is in the field of classic mechanical engineering, technological / quality / performance advancement, faster than processors (2009-2017). Delicious. It is now better understood why we core i users from their old generations, such as 2500K, still remain with them.
  16. If there was a third competitor in the market, it would probably look different ... IBM left the game in the 90 years ... Sorry for us ...
  17. If there is any physical damage caused by material failure, the warranty is valid. And if the vendor fails to meet it, the court will charge it.
  18. That it matches the mindfactory data ... so maybe they don't distort numerical reality after all ...? I also got parallel data from TMS and startpc here in the country ... These are mainly amateur computer stores, such as this forum's sitcoms ... All numbers converge with everyone with mindfactory .... in my informed, correct global picture . Because what they know here, or in Germany, it will contain the same knowledge. In today's global era and sharing information on the Internet, there are no longer any real gaps between markets. In the United States, consumer consciousness is unlikely to differ in degrees from the Israeli consumer's consciousness (say) by 180. They all feed on the same memorable sources of information.
  19. Try exercising responsibility if there is in the country ... definitely sucks and no such thing and more in premium equipment. Quality control of these products should be higher and not vice versa ... another brand that is considered to be the best in the industry. Definitely a surprise hit ...
  20. An interesting and brief overview of the topic, by investorplace. I saw fit to share .... Enjoy: https://investorplace.com/2019/10/amd-stock-is-finally-beating-intel/
  21. HEDT is a relatively expensive platform, the one who buys it does not really interfere or intrinsically for which the 200-300 $ for a new motherboard .... AMD probably did not have to develop backward support, at the expense of forward-facing capabilities. This is a trade-off: backward support means compromises that are not always worthwhile. On a home PC, the financial savings for a motherboard are financially significant, which is why there is an effort to make the most of backward compatibility.
  22. The previous DOOM 2016, also known as DOOM4, can be played many times and is not tired. Raising the level of difficulty from attraction to attraction to make it interesting, and improving performance as in any field, training makes us better ....
  23. If the demand goes to 32GB, this is indeed a significant leap forward, since to this day most modern titles have moved and wandered in the consumption of the 8-12GB memory area. That is, there will be a doubling here in a very short period of time. Luckily, the prices of the memories have dropped recently, for example, there is an option for a 2GB DDR16 4mhz kit at a price that is below the VAT threshold when ordering from Amazon, only $ 3000 (which after delivery to Israel comes out to about NIS 74.95). It is hoped that prices will remain low for the foreseeable future and for as long as possible, in order to support the possibility for consumers to purchase new systems with 290GB and not just 32GB (which is today the minimum for a new system). https://www.amazon.com/Ballistix-Sport-PC16-4-24000-Pin-Memory/dp/B288MGPH07R9/ref=sr_9_1?keywords=ddr8+4gb&qid=16&sr=1570605483-8 Against 8GB memory kits, these Consisting of two 32GB units (which is good - because it allows for future memory expansion) already cost only between $ 16-116 on Amazon (depending on the speed you want). Which leads to a price including VAT and delivery to Israel, ie the price of everything including everything is final in the hand of around 124-550 NIS. Respected and worthy, this is the latest threshold for systems that we will define as performance systems. Sample kit for 520mhz high speed memories: https://www.amazon.com/Patriot-Memory-3200MHz-PC3200-4-Module/dp/B25600E01XR1X5/ref=sr_6_1_sspa?keywords=ddr11+4gb&qid=32 spons & psc = 1570605706 & spLa = ZW8jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzVlBaT11cyWDdCUEMzJmVuY1J5cHRlZElkPUEwMjk0MDU3MUFXTkdTUkdRUDRQMyZlbmNyeXB5ZWRBZElkPUEwMTYzMDQ2M1RZRUFNUE0RNVEwUCZ5aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX1ZiZhY3Rpb1Y210xpY3tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb249vdExvZ2NsaWNrPXRydWU =
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