AMD 5800U has 8 cores. AMD 5800X has 8 cores.There goes your "normal"Again, core difference is normal on desktop/mobile parts. Different architechture is not. AMD tried to fool customers into thinking they bought something better than they actually did. And they did this numerous times, with all the mobile Ryzen chips.
Once again, when Intel tricks customers it's OK, when AMD does something similar it's not. Trolling again.
And now Nvidia "knows" TSMC can deliver 5nm Nvidia wanted to go cheap, simple as that.You are clueless, Nvidia went with Samsung because they knew that TSMC could not deliver, because too many customers for their 7nm already. This is the reason why AMD struggled with delivery of CPUs, GPUs and APUs for a long time and still does to some degree.
Meanwhile Nvidia sold tons of Ampere GPUs. Ampere outsold RDNA2 with ease. RDNA2 is barely present on Steam HW Survey 1½ years after release Nvidia sold millions and millions of chips while AMD was waiting for the next RNDA2 shipment from TSMC
Steam survey does not say anything about sales. That has been proven countless times.
And now Nvidia "sees" there will be no shortage of 5nm? Again, you're talking BS again. Nvidia had huge supply problems with 8nm Ampere cards. They didn't actually see anything. They just wanted to get cheap.Nvidia could easily afford 7nm TSMC Nvidia has more capital than AMD. They simply were smarter and saw the huge bottleneck long before AMD did.
That's pretty fast yes. Considering how much Intel has lost market share before.Intel loses marketshare fast? They lost like 5% in 5 years and still dominates the enterprise market completely. 9 out of 10 companies won't even consider using AMD products, because of bad experience/rep/support in the past. Also because of software incompatibility.
Just like Nvidia dominates AMD completely in the enterprise GPU segment.
Companies are simply stupid not to buy better product. Luckily, there seems to be more intelligent people taking place of stupid ones.
Same about GPU's. No matter what Nvidia has to offer, some people still buy Nvidia, no matter what.
AMD has lower power consumption because AMD's architecture is superior on that area. Servers don't care about clock speed, servers care about overall performance. Something Intel does not have.AMD have lower power consumption because Zen uses much lower clockspeeds and hits a clockspeed wall and this is also why performance is lower than Intels chips too. Tons of games and programs prefer less cores with higher speed. Even newer ones.
AMD needs the best node to be able to compete, because they use inferior architecture. Going with Samsung won't help AMD at all, because of inferior arch the performance will be even worse.
Again, you didn't answer my question: what Intel has against Epyc 7742? "Inferior architecture" that beats Intel hands down where it matters most
But yeah, I got it. Whenever Intel has lead on something, it's all that matters.
AMD didn't need 7nm to beat Intel 14nm on servers. It just made AMD's lead larger. Even "12nm Epyc 7742" would be better than anything Intel offers now.AMD needed 7nm to beat Intel 14nm.
AMD needed 7nm TSMC to beat 8nm Ampere (which is closer to 10nm).
Sad but true
Nice to see you finally admitted AMD beat Ampere.