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  1. froggyboy604

    Will Popular Handheld game consoles ever use PC-based AMD and Intel CPU and video chips?

    I think it is possible that Nintendo and Sony handheld consoles may use an AMD PC based CPUs and video chips in future handhelds like how the PS4 uses a AMD APU chip. AMD CPUs and video chips are sometimes more affordable than Intel CPU and video chip brands, and AMD CPU and video performance is...
  2. froggyboy604

    Do you Want to Use AMD for Internet to not get affected by Intel Spectre Meltdown security problems?

    I would want to use a newer AMD Ryzen 7 or faster AMD Desktop PC for online banking, forums, social networking, video chat, instant messaging and other online activities. I also don't want to use a Intel computer where having both the Spectre and Meldown patches installed may slow down a PC by...
  3. froggyboy604

    Microsoft’s Spectre-fixer wrecks some AMD PCs

    Microsoft’s fix for the Meltdown and Spectre bugs may be crocking AMD-powered PCs. A lengthy thread on answers.microsoft.com records numerous instances in which Security Update for Windows KB4056892, Redmond’s Meltdown/Spectre patch, leaves some AMD-powered PCs with the Windows 7 or 10 startup...
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    Do you feel there are too many Intel and AMD CPU models to choose from?

    Yes, I feel there are too many Intel, and AMD CPU models to choose from. Intel has the Celeron, i3, i5, i7, Xeon, etc, and AMD has the A4, A6, A8, A9, A10, Ryzen, etc. I feel there should be fewer CPUs since it makes picking a CPU harder, and the price difference on some CPUs are not very...
  5. froggyboy604

    Are cheap AMD CPU like A4 better for Gaming than cheap Intel Celerons?

    Yes, I think cheap AMD CPUs like the A4 which cost around $40 are slightly better for gaming with. AMD A4-7300 CPU comes with Radeon HD8470 Graphics integrated graphics, and its CPU has a maximum frequency of 4 GHz. The Radeon series of graphics chips are better for gaming compared to Intel...
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    Stardock tool to let you mix AMD and NVIDIA cards in one PC

    It isn't ready for the market yet. It doesn't even have a cool name yet. But when Stardock's promised multi-GPU tool does come out, it could very well change the way we build PCs and buy graphics card. In theory, Stardock's still to be christened technology will allow you to mix and match any...
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    AMD’s incredible XConnect tech brings desktop graphics to notebooks

    This has been a problem since I was reviewing laptops at LAPTOP Magazine almost a decade ago: laptop computers are awesome for gaming if you’re willing to throw down the cost for a beefy gaming system. But, for most of us, our laptops just can’t game as well as a desktop. AMD is going to try to...
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    AMD's Zen processors to feature up to 32 cores, 8-channel DDR4

    As spotted by The Tech Report, a CERN engineer revealed during the Forum that AMD's Zen line-up would feature processors with up to 32 cores in two 16-core modules. These chips will also reportedly use Symmetrical Multi Threading, which is basically an AMD-developed version of Hyper-Threading...
  9. froggyboy604

    Will you buy a Micro-console like the Nvidia Shield TV, Apple TV if it uses a AMD or Intel CPU?

    I would buy an AMD or Intel micro game console as long as it has a lot of good games for it, it is reliable and it is affordable where it cost $250 or less. I think it would be nice to have a Micro-console which has an Intel or AMD CPU, and runs Steam OS, Linux or Windows 10, so I can play PC...
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