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AMD Bulldozer 2 Micro-Architecture - Official Thread

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  1. nt300

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    AMD Starts to Talk About Bulldozer 2 Micro-Architecture.
    AMD Hints at Heterogeneous Multi-Core Processors in the Middle of the Decade
    Nov-03-2010

     
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    wow that really fast,
     
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    should be able to kick ivy bridge to corner
     
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    Wow, that is fast. It seems as though AMD is coming out with this information about Bulldozer 2 as it preps up Bulldozer 1 for it's 2011 release date. Can't wait to see Bulldozer in action...
     
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    me neither as they will make a mass multicore ver 32 16 cores so maybe well see a 12 actual cored 24 cored beast in home pcs
    yes im implying 64 logic cores:eek: at most but its just me guesin and allways attached to upto 16 maths copro + 5xxx gpu / compute angine? niiiiiiiiice:rockout:
     
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    I be happy with a nice 8-core Bulldozer CPU and a nice crossfire setup for new gaming computer.
     
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    My home town is called that.
     
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    Anyone have any guesses when the Bulldozer one will come out? I'm thinking around March or so.
     
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    This article was written on pure speculation based on a presentation that I gave last March in Germany about the "future of servers."

    The voice over from the presentation was "nothing I am about to show you represents actual products or actual plans, it is just a discussion of what *could* happen."

    I give it lower probability than the author and I was the guy that gave the presentation.

    Oh, yeah, all of the dates were added by the author, they aren't real.
     
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    hmm this gives me a feeling that AMD will release Bulldozer much sooner:rockout: maybe:D
     
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    I believe this would be straight from the horses mouth. Thanks JF!
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    This is like if the PS4 was going to release in five months but then Sony announces the PS5 is in the works. lol

    Hopefully Bulldozer is good and hopfully Intel can also bring some good stuff out for some healthy competition.:)
     
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    Doubting Intel? I can guarantee Intel will respond very quickly
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    I have no doubt that Intel will respond, i just want some good low prices and some pushes in technology, and this will come from good competition.:)
     
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    Hence, there is no need for this thread at this time.

    Discuss here.
     

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