The 7nm War of 2019

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In this video I discuss the plans of the three tech giants for 2019, with an emphasis on predicting how AMD’s 3000 series Ryzen cpus will look like.

Credits And Sources
– Intro Footage from Semiconductor Technology at TSMC, 2011 By Andrew Shephard / TSMC
– Videos from the AMD official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
– Videos from the Intel official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
– Videos from the NVidia official Youtube channel were used for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
– A short clip from the WCCFtech channel was used (Intel Conference) for illustrative purpose, all copyrights belong to the respective owners, used here under Fair Use.
– Clips from TSMC’s youtube channel were used, copyright Andrew Sheppard.

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42 COMMENTS

  1. The RTX cards are blowing up now. GTX may well be gone for good. Ray tracing tech is the future of gaming. It will bring new life to older titles.

  2. AMD went low on the announced cpu because right now they’re focusing on gaining market share.
    It’ll also be reflected on their upcoming gpu’s

  3. Nvida went totally mad with pure greed when they saw how much people was willing to pay during the GPU mining fad was at the top… Now 1,5 years later prices is still 70% higher then before at the high end with the horribly overpriced RTX2080ti and RTX Titan at the top (both bearly faster then an factory OC 1080ti that did cost much less) .

  4. Dude you’re the worst channel on YouTube you sound like a crybaby bitch oh boohoo Nvidia is being mean to me blah blah shut up pussy

  5. I cant belive how much you predicted right, apart from nvidia 7 nm unless 3 months untill 2020. Good job coreteks !

  6. 6:00 you didnt think at that time that all fully functioning chiplets are needed for EPYCs
    If i'm not mistaken only 3700 and 3800 have fully functioning chiplets.
    Your predictions were EXTREMELY accurate except marketshare of 5700 and 5700XT is rather good. According to UserBenchmark (don't use it seriously) 5700XT ousells ~2 to 1 RTX2060S and behind of 2070S by 0.1% of market share (0.8 to 0.7) and this is BLOWER design cards so there is most likely some people waiting for retail cards.

  7. This week it was announced that Samsung and Intel are in talks to help make Intel 7nm. Should be interesting to see the details on that.

  8. 3800X with 16 cores was wishful thinking. The $750 3950X will have 16 cores but that is way too expensive for 95% of people unless you live in Beverly hills

  9. Damn……you were only wrong about a few things. But the bulk of your predictions have proven to be spot on in 2019

  10. and here i am still using a 5670 with 512mb of vram. i regret buying the 512mb instead of the 1gb version when it came out, believe it or not this card can do more than that.

  11. I had enough with AMD. My AMD graphic card worn out under 2 years. My AMD processor also worn out under 2 years. It seemed AMD have shorter lifespan than intel.

  12. You were pretty close on the specs, still a little overestimating but not as much as everyone thought. I had a gut feeling that 5ghz was a little much, but we will see what happens with overclocking

  13. watch out, AMD COULD DAMAGE YOUR EYES

    https://www.preventblindness.org/how-does-amd-damage-my-eyes

    nvidia not,, rofl

  14. I mean what is Lisa Su's angle with Global Founderies here? Kuduri will never out source sub 10nm to TSMC as that would take business away from their in house foundry but what's up Lisa Su's ass for playing the zero sum game here? Can any body explain this?

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