PP s3 is nice so far.
They've been really good at least in executing on their own roadmaps since 16FF+.
Which puts them miles ahead of SS.
SoC vendors will use it in 2020 so.
Too bad they're actually shit at executing on their roadmap.
How many times did 7LPE slip?
Ian (or was it Ian?) poking at AMD for die name is exactly that.
First, it needs to yield.
Maybe 2021 with Jupiter, but not 2020.
Late June is still technically H1, so all good!
It needs to be a successor for both.
But there was no fanfare for midrange one either.
They just showed all the relevant info at E3 and that's about it.
Everything after S1 was shit.
Yes, watch the movie.
Good god is the next season shit.
Particularly with another Psycho-Pass without Urobuchi.
HF is very much worth a watch, being arguably the best FSN route.
The second Heaven's Feel movie.
They shipped it to hyperscale and you don't look like one so you're not supposed to see it.
HF2 is out on BDs and looks (and is, sans all the cut Illya content) incredible, so nah.
Yes, see Arrandale.
We're having troubles sticking Co in metal stack and you're suggesting replacing metal entirely which is uuugh.
Also the simplest one, which significantly lowers that chances of non-host implementations being all kinds of fucked up.
Try plugging your fancy...
ICX-SP is defo PCIe4, dunno about Cooper.
Everything Tigerlake should be PCIe4 too.
That's the specific IFIS implementation, not IF in general.
2/3 akshually, being 100GB/s*2 vs 50GB/s*6.
Oh you bet it does.
Like jeez, have you seen Rome?
Which is 100GB/s bidir and IF works in whatever topology you want, rings, meshes, whatever.
CXL is dumb and doesn't support p2p either way.
IFIS v2 in Vega20 is already 100GB/s each and works in whatever topology you want assuming you...
Vega20 already has a pair of 100GB/s IF links.
Killing my liver with some pretty up there quality alcohol.
T'was hella fun.
And just in time to bury Glacier Falls.
Might as well post STH then.
Aaaand Rome just obliterated the entire Cascade Lake product stack, just like that.
But LCHBM is totally unrelated to current HBM.
Because so far only higher-margin stuff like HPC crunching requires obscene b/w at reasonable power that HBM provides.
HBM2E, but yes.
That's cost per xtor, and 7nm dies tend to have many more of these in general.
For something the size of Navi10, yes.
nV's flagships are usually...
Yes, Lord El-Melloi II Case Files.
Also it's mostly about Clock Tower so has very little in terms of usual Fate/stuff.
Blah-blah Case Files - 01: smug lolis voiced by Inori Minase/10, also Waver suffering (as usual).
Try 3gatsu no Lion.
That's with 2.3k ALUs.
Let's see how it works when they scale it up.
Should I post Wizard or something
With compute shaders aka how everyone does it now and will continue doing for the longest while.
Maybe for bigger Intel U-series replacement SoCs, and that's ? for now.
All 7+ stuff is 2020.
Should be H2'20 and no, it's not 64CU.
Can you even have non-power of 2 anything there?
HC'31, they have a Navi keynote there.
Zen2 (well, probably Rome) speeds&feeds will be dropped there, too.
Bold statement without any actual Si in your hands.
Clock it low enough and you're fine.
Careful with the words, for they may burn you.
Whenever the smaller one lands.
The thing isn't late'20.