Watch the news, read the paper...
You have to be kidding.
473 posts • joined 16 Jun 2009
Not sure about this. nVidia perhaps yes, but AMD has been doing very well in this regard recently. For example Radeon Fury, Vega GPUs with HBM, and EPYC/Threadripper on the CPU side. Correct me if I'm wrong, but intel are only just getting into this game and they had to use an AMD GPU die to do it.
> "Where can I look at the engineering details of the design please?"
Here is NASAs info. Including a lovely video based on what I assume to be an initial design:
Do you always have someone google for you?
I can't either. I haven't bought a single nVidia 'product' since Charlie D over at the Inq uncovered their cost cutting shitbaggery way back when which meant that your GPU would fail shortly after your warranty.
If you put profit before customer satisfaction, you can go whistle fuckers.
> "I doubt that. Flash is disabled by default on Windows 10 except for a small list of trusted websites and doesn't run outside of the Edge browser."
Have you tried removing flash from Windows 10? You can', not without a lot of hacking anyway. There is no uninstaller.
Not so surprising they didn't disclose the intel bugs quickly - all of their cloud runs on x86 intel and they wouldn't want the expense of cleaning up the outright ownage that would result if they disclosed before intel had decent fixes ready.
Microsoft of the other hand have a competing software product, so fuck 'em
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