Did you read the original post? You claim that the post is 100% stupid, but you don't even bother to read. I stated that AMD is increasing core count, and that's not an optimal strategy for the consumer CPU market. More cores are bringing us closer to a true fusion of GPU and CPU. I stated that the core count increase is detrimental to consumers, because they are fusing the tablet, desktop, and server market. At no point in time did I reference graphical performance numbers. The point of this article was not graphics, but a CPU with a monstrous core count more akin to what you might see in a GPU. If you need to stick your foot in your mouth, please do so without calling someone else an idiot. Every person eventually commits a stupid act (I've had my fair share); but missing the point of a post, the point of the thread, and then calling someone else stupid is an act of either brazen ignorance or willful trolling. I have no love or hate for AMD, Nvidea, or Intel. I find it interesting that they are so blatantly leaving the consumer CPU market. Either their vision is so forward thinking that they will have the last laugh, or they have just run full speed into a brick wall. It will be interesting to see what comes of this, and how it hopefully influence desktop computing.