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UltimateHog
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AMD also confirms 5nm TSMC CPU and GPU's by end of 2021.

GPU's the main thing there we knew CPU's for sure. RDNA 3 on 5nm.

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Not much has changed from the slides we got to see in March, but we were able to spot some interesting additions here and there that basically confirm that AMD is pushing to transition most CPU and GPU lineups to TSMC’s 5 nm manufacturing process by the end of 2021.


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First up is the Data Center CPU roadmap slide that shows a 5 nm Zen 4 EPYC “Genoa” lineup launching in 2021. This proves that AMD is seriously considering a consolidation for the server-grade lineup that now appears to be more and more profitable as it is bringing important revenues and increased market share for team red.


All good news for the future.
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thunderbird1100
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holding some AMD 55$ Calls and purchased some 75$ just for fun before market close today.



In a similar boat, just printing money right now


SpeedyNacho
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I have a buddy that dropped 18k on 55C expiration of 8/14 for 50 contracts.... now worth 100k but he sold at 30k last week when I begged him to keep 10 for before earnings at the very least. Guy was sick all weekend


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LSU Coyote
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That guy from GamersNexus is cringe.

Edt: LINK
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boXerrumble
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He is a bit weird but hes one of the only "tech" youtubers that actually dives in-depth into hardcover overclocking and hardware reviews that don't just test "obvious" stuff.

I appreciate him calling out MSI, because MSI truly has no ethics whatsoever in their PR department if they did all of that, especially to that start up tech youtuber that Steve referenced in his video.


LSU Coyote
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He is a bit weird but hes one of the only "tech" youtubers that actually dives in-depth into hardcover overclocking and hardware reviews that don't just test "obvious" stuff

He isn't the only one, he is one of the louder voices.

The goofball thinks being honest makes you a hardass. Steve from NexusGamers reminds me of Steven Crowder. I like their content, they are good at their job, but they are just fckking lame.


LSU Coyote
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NUCs are cool but sometimes the prices are a little retarded.

LINK


UltimateHog
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Bits And Chips - Eng @BitsAndChipsEng

[RUMOR] AMD is testing a Die which is about 80 mm2 (Zen4?) with TSMC N5. Good yields, ATM. No more info


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You call us fanboys, but you take every single rumor on the face of the earth that involves AMD and treat it like it's the Bible.


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UltimateHog
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More about the 5nm chip already in testing (with good yields) than anything AMD. TSMC is putting them into production this year we already know.

Now if you want some AMD headlines today here ya go:

Bank of America believes AMD will be the next $100 billion chip company

AMD to become TSMC's largest customer in 2021



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LSU Coyote
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You call us fanboys, but you take every single rumor on the face of the earth that involves AMD and treat it like it's the Bible


Yeah, the guy is the definition of blind fanboy.


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LSU Coyote
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AMD to become TSMC's largest customer in 2021

I've talked about TSMC for months and just didn't pull the trigger on anything. Don't won't to see those combination of letters for a few months.
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AMD

Fckking almost hit 82 pre-market.

I should have took those options. Just might ride out the remaining of the year with what I have already.
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thunderbird1100
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I have a buddy that dropped 18k on 55C expiration of 8/14 for 50 contracts.... now worth 100k but he sold at 30k last week when I begged him to keep 10 for before earnings at the very least. Guy was sick all weekend



now worth just south of $150k


UltimateHog
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Our AMD and TSMC overlords.


LSU Coyote
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I'm going buy me a cake to celebrate tonight.

That, and it is Obama's Birthday!


UltimateHog
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LSU Coyote
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Morning everyone

No good options for nVidia pre-arm purchase I can find..


UltimateHog
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Over at Igor's Lab, sources have indicated that the upcoming Ryzen 9 4950X will have a boost frequency of 4.8 GHz, which is seriously impressive given that it's expected to be a 16-core, 32-thread part. As with any leaked information, we do have to take it with a grain of salt, though, and preliminary specs are always subject to change.  

The information comes from an OPN code Igor managed to get his hands on, which reads "100-000000059-52_48/35_Y." Decoding that, the 35 at the end signifies the 3.5 GHz base clock, with 4.8 telling us the boost clock is 4.8 GHz.



thunderbird1100
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Is that really impressive? Current 3950x does 4.7ghz. I was thinking they could push it to 5ghz.

1800x was 4.0, 2700x was 4.3, 3800xt is at 4.7...figured they could get 4th gen up to 5.
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