AMD Predicts Double-Digit Revenue Growth In 2018, Ramps Up GPU Production

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papality

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...what
 

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Ya, I can't even. Now hopefully Memory can get the lead out.

This memory shortage is looking more and more like fixing to me. These companies know what they are doing, they know the pipeline.
 

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They don't have the same.. meltdown doesn't affect them.. and spectre affects every processor in the world.
 

hannibal

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And even then only the other Spectre variant is likely to AMD prosessors.
So Intel 3 - AMD 1 ;) Intel has two extra problems compared to AMD and the meltdown is bigger problem in anyway.
 

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Why are you worried about this? If they're lying, they get exposed and it'll be even worse for them. AMD is doing fine - they don't need to lie, and it'll only come back to bite them. Moreover, AMD can't afford to burn any trust with the lucrative data center customers they're courting.

Google has implemented the exploits, and will surely tested them against all products, going forward. If products remain insecure, they will publicly disclose that.
 

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10% contribution to sales for mining? Seems more like 99 44/100th percent. Ahhh, the 10% is "overall." No one buys the entire line though. More supply will be welcome though.
 

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I assume you have some proof behind this
 

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AMD is affected by both variants of Spectre. The vulnerability of AMD to Meltdown is "unclear"

https://meltdownattack.com/

And the more serious problem is spectre both by the nature of the attack and by the performance hit.
 

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AMD faces about six lawsuits for "false and/or misleading statements" and "security fraud". Proofs will have to be given in court.
 

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Increasing gpu production is meaningless for the end user. Because video cards are zero effort money making products, demand is pretty much infinite. No matter how many are produced farmers will buy them all. The more they buy, the more money they generate to buy more cards. The only scenario that will reduce demand is a tanking in currency value making it unprofitable to use GPU's.
 
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