Podcast #513 - Gaming on Threadripper 2990WX, Huawei Cheating in Benchmarks, and more!

Subject: General Tech | September 13, 2018 - 10:45 AM |
Tagged: podcast, ryzen, Threadripper, 2990wx, 2950x, be quiet, Silent Base 601, toshiba, XG6

PC Perspective Podcast #513 - 09/13/18

Join us this week for discussion on gaming on Threadripper 2990WX, Huawei Cheating in Benchmarks, and more!

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Hosts: Allyn Malventano, Jeremy Hellstrom, Josh Walrath, Ken Addison

Peanut Gallery: Alex Lustenberg

Program length: 1:22:09

Podcast topics of discussion:

  1. Week in Review:
  2. Thanks to Casper for supporting our podcast! Save $50 on select mattresses at http://www.casper.com/pcper code pcper
  3. News items of interest:
  4. Picks of the Week:
    1. 1:14:25 Ken: ASUS PG27UQ for less money
  5. Closing/outro

Video News

September 14, 2018 | 09:09 PM - Posted by FallingGrossMarginsForSureForIntel (not verified)

And Intel's Gross Margins are going to take the hit while Intel moves to keep Epyc from taking server market share(1).

How Intel will be able to do this with it's current CPU supply issues that they are having points to Epyc sales still going up regardless if there is no Stocks of Xeons around and the server customers needing the servers now rather than later. Competition is good for even Intel's clients and many should still have some of their servers be Epyc based just to keep AMD in the game.

Intel currently can not match that Epyc/SP3 8 full memory channels per socket and 128PCIe lanes across all Epyc/MB offerings where Intel still heavily segements its Xeon Offerings.

Really AMD has a damn good server platform with First Gensration Zen based Epyc/Naples offerings and 7nm Zen2 based Epyc/Rome SKUs are already being evaluated.


"Intel is Serving Major Xeon Discounts to Combat AMD EPYC"


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