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    Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    But shares fall after it says 10nm volume production will be delayed until H2 2019.
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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

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    Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS View Post
    But shares fall after it says 10nm volume production will be delayed until H2 2019.
    *note results only apply when placed in a freezer/cooled by industrial chiller unit

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    and in other news, intel still can't sort out 10nm so continues to f* around with 14nm just so they can prolong the boardroom sweepstake about how many motherboard chipset iterations they can get out of it.

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    *note results only apply when placed in a freezer/cooled by industrial chiller unit
    Actually they gave a more accurate date:


    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/26/inte...s-q2-2018.html

    In the second-quarter results, Intel said that its 10-nanometer yields are "on track" with systems on the market in the second half of 2019. Krzanich's previous perspective wasn't specific on whether they would arrive in the first half of next year or in the second half. On the conference call with analysts on Thursday, Swan was more specific and said products would be on shelves in time for the holiday season.
    Apparently holiday season as defined by Google is:

    (in the US) the period of time from Thanksgiving until New Year, including such festivals as Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.
    That would mean November 2019,so say October to November next year as Thanksgiving 2019 is on the 28th of November.


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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    I wonder how long intel can continue to release less competetive chips, but still be at the heart of the lions share of the end products customers buy.

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    I wonder how long intel can continue to release less competetive chips, but still be at the heart of the lions share of the end products customers buy.
    Project SuperPi delivered obviously!!


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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    I wonder how long intel can continue to release less competetive chips, but still be at the heart of the lions share of the end products customers buy.
    IMO, at least 3 years, assuming AMD don't have another Zen like jump.

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Those better than expected earnings must be down to cheeping out on the TIM.

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozaron View Post
    IMO, at least 3 years, assuming AMD don't have another Zen like jump.
    I personally think that AMD need to release an AM4-type socket server platform, as even the lowest end EPYC servers are still pretty overkill if all you need is a basic pizza box for a basic job. They have the high density plaforms utterly nailed, but not everyone needs all those cores and RAM channels. The Xeon E3 chips are not only a great product for many enterprise markets, they also have a bit of a consumer bridge and Intel have that market totally tapped.

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    I personally think that AMD need to release an AM4-type socket server platform, as even the lowest end EPYC servers are still pretty overkill if all you need is a basic pizza box for a basic job. They have the high density plaforms utterly nailed, but not everyone needs all those cores and RAM channels. The Xeon E3 chips are not only a great product for many enterprise markets, they also have a bit of a consumer bridge and Intel have that market totally tapped.
    What about the Ryzen Pro CPUs? Don't they have the server features like ECC supported?

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by afiretruck View Post
    What about the Ryzen Pro CPUs? Don't they have the server features like ECC supported?
    Good point, had forgotten about those!

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Good point, had forgotten about those!
    Doesn't the entire Ryzen lineup have ECC support anyway?

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Doesn't the entire Ryzen lineup have ECC support anyway?
    It doesn't have it disabled... which isn't quite the same as supporting it.

    To quote AMD:
    ECC is not disabled. It works, but not validated for our consumer client platform.

    Validated means run it through server/workstation grade testing. For the first Ryzen processors, focused on the prosumer/gaming market, this feature is enabled and working but not validated by AMD. You should not have issues creating a whitebox homelab or NAS with ECC memory enabled.

    yes, if you enable ECC support in the BIOS so check with the MB feature list before you buy.

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    Re: Intel posts better than expected earnings results

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    It doesn't have it disabled... which isn't quite the same as supporting it.

    To quote AMD:
    Ahhhh, that makes more sense!

    So Ryzen standard is enabled not validated whereas the Ryzen PRO is enabled and validated.

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