In this video we'll be covering AMD's new patent on 3D stacking chips, then looking at some analysis.
Anandtech on wafer supply agreement:
why EUV is so difficult:
TSMC's 7nm page:
So the last video was a non-rendering/gaming experiment about the core performance between Zen and Skylake. This video is purley the rendering/gaming benchmarks
Part 1: https://youtu.be/3K02zTu_baY
Link to spreadsheet containing data: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vSgQcJydLGPJGX8vWprakNab3Gy5TXBdg9j7_bq2yHya22o9QNsRa-NiRzoMSHautc8yGxMVnu1ExRH/pubhtml?gid=0&single=true
In this video I will be looking at the first true comparison between Intels Skylake architecture and AMD Zen architecture, taking into account the differences between the ring bus and the infinity fabric. I will also be looking at the differences between AMDs SMT and Intels Hyperthreading.
I'm Hakaru and this is TheUltimatComputerScientist
This video compares SIMD instruction sets to VLIW instruction sets in the context of TerraScale and GCN.
In this video I will be going through some evidence revealed in AMD's
"New Horizon" event that suggest Zen2 could reach 5Ghz on the desktop.
New Horisons listing
In this video we will look at the architectural differences and similarities between AMDs GCN, Pascal and Turing architecture.
We will look at the developments that went into this new GPU architecture and what allows it to gain such performance against its competitors.
Nvidia looses less with Pascal& async compute:
Gamers Nexus TitanV review:
Hardware Unboxed Pascal v Turing video:
Thanks for watching, hope you enjoyed and learned something.
This video is a deep dive into the differences between Intels Skylake architecture and AMD's Zen architecture in order to make estimates at what Zen2 will bring.
Covering roumors on Zen2 clocks,
Inner working on the architectures
predictions on the future of the Zen architecture.
4.5Ghz Zen2 leak:
Hardware unboxed video on IPC test:
Anandtech article on Zen+:
Last (but not least), Dr Agner Fog's report:
Also Dr Fog's page:
If you made it this far, thanks for watching and feel free to subscribe for more like this.