AMD now has a webpage which shows Opteron MTOPP scores. Some explanation of this is in order. The MTOPP is not a benchmark. It is a calculation of theoretical performance the U.S. Commerce Department makes to figure out whether or
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Here’s a type of link you don’t see every day. Basically it’s a company that says, “We’ll tell you just about everything you’d ever want to know about the Opteron processor in our report,” no doubt for a very hefty
Why Do You Say What You Say? People often ask me my motives. That’s fine, though frustrating. I must admit, it’s annoying when you write an article saying, “I think this, and here are eighteen reasons why,” and people write
AMD “cut” prices yesterday, but those of us around a while know they are three kinds of AMD price cuts. There are AMD price cuts that actually cut prices at the time of the cuts, but those are very rare.
We have a calculation in print that it would take the RIAA over 2,000 years to sue each and every P2Per. There’s a few problems with this. First, the RIAA isn’t going after file downloaders; they’re going after file fencers.
Mainstream media is beginning to report on the RIAA subpoenas. The New York Times has an article today about it. Within weeks, many, probably most of those subpoenaed will get a little letter. Then it will be truly “put up