EPYC Rome arrives and has key customers
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Thursday, 08 August 2019 11:43

EPYC Rome arrives and has key customers

 

Intel starts biting its nails

AMD has released the second generation of its processor chip for data centres and said that it had already landed Alphabet, Google and Twitter as customers.

Is AMD Rome burning?
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Wednesday, 07 August 2019 10:18

Is AMD Rome burning?


Updated: Will High voltages on AMD's 7nm Ryzen 3000 plague Rome launch?

Today is the day when AMD plans to launch its 7nm datacenter CPU with up to 64 cores, codenamed Rome. As AMD gets ready for it’s most important launch ever today, there is a lot of anticipation and excitement for newfound competition with Intel. Still, well-informed sources are confirming that the Rome default voltages are exceeding TSMC’s 7nm maximum voltage.

AMD has no plans to use chiplet design for next-gen APUs
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Will use a different design similar to mobile parts

According to post-CES details showing up online, it appears that AMD will not use the same chiplet design for its next-gen APUs, keeping the chiplet design for its 2nd generation EPYC and 3rd generation Ryzen desktop CPUs.

AMD shows Zen 2-based 7nm EPYC Rome CPU in action
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Single-socket beats Intel's best-in-class dual-socket Skylake

AMD has announced its upcoming EPYC "Rome“ CPU, the world's first 7nm datacenter CPU based on Zen 2 architecture and packing up to 64-cores/128-threads.

AMD’s Lisa Su to keynote CES 2019
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Wednesday, 10 October 2018 12:18

AMD’s Lisa Su to keynote CES 2019


Talk about 7nm CPU and GPU

Last week it was announced that AMD’s President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su will be a keynote speaker at the CES 2019. This is a big step up for a smaller x86 player as this use to be a spot for the big players including Intel, Microsoft or Qualcomm.

Google cars can manage three-point turns
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Tuesday, 15 November 2016 12:14

Google cars can manage three-point turns


Now officially better than Bulgarian drivers

Google has said that it has finally got its self-driving cars programmed to do perfect three point turns.