AMD Threadripper: More like Thread-Demolisher
The year of Ryzen has turned out to be a very good year indeed. AMD’s new architecture only had some minor set backs to overcome, but now it’s poised to be the competitive champion of the PC market. I’m going to let you google the Threadripper reviews this time, because I’m going to focus on some incredible firsts that basically sum up how great this release is and why Threadripper is demolishing competition. For starters….
Holy Cats! Intel has dominated this chart for ages now, yet there’s a Threadripper at the very top!!! AMD is at the top of the charts!!!!! Wow! I’m sure Intel is working hard to dethrone that, but for the time being, AMD is at the top of the PassMark chart and that’s pretty incredible. However, shock and awe is just beginning…..
— NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) August 10, 2017
Are we really seeing this!?! Was that Nvidia congratulating AMD!?!?!?!?!?! What’s going on? Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria! Did we ever see a day where Nvidia and AMD acted…. cordially to each other? But it didn’t end there……
— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) August 10, 2017
AMD just high-fived Nvidia!!!!!! I’m not saying the future won’t have some sort of confrontation again, it’s just weird to see what what was thought as mortal enemies having such a great exchange. I remember during my sales years that I was told to essentially hate my competition. I think we can prove that you don’t have to hate someone to be competitive with them (all the time at least).
There are tons of factual numbers that help prove a victory for a product. We see it all the time, but rarely do we see such a huge emotional victory like we’re seeing for AMD right now. Ryzen is a huge success, the architecture is showing amazing scalability with Threadripper and Epyc, and it feels great to officially say, “AMD is back!”