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Old 20th August 2018, 18:35   #61  |  Link
huhn
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what do you want intel to do not optimise for there architecture
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what should x265 do ignore help should they ignore there biggest customer base?
ryzen supports AVX2 and it is slower than the intel version and that'S the newest instruction.

you are aware that intel cpu are not rarely run better on linux too just like amd CPUs...

there is a lot shady stuff happening and most can't be seen here. but this is not shady.

what new CPU feature should they focus on? AVX512 was already in CPUs in 2015. amd even retired there 3Dnow!.
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Old 9th October 2018, 20:47   #62  |  Link
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So...The mythical monster chip that Intel was hiding in the closet is just a poor old Skylake X/Cascade Lake (?) 28C/56T CPU, unlocked and overclocked in order to justify its skyrocketed price and power consumption.

Intel will release it on December though, so we have to wait a little more to see who is going to justify again Intel's decisions regarding new CPUs.
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