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  • Intel Has Become AMD: Best Gaming CPUs Are Last Gen

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    Intel has officially become AMD -- for now, at least. Some of the best gaming CPUs currently available are Intel's previous generation, thanks to new price cuts and R5 5600X pricing.
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    Historically, Intel has been stubborn in lowering the prices on older generations of CPUs as new ones roll out. AMD took advantage of this to lower prices on its own older CPUs at the end of their lifespan, making some CPUs good value choices later on. AMD did this with the R7 2700, 2700X, R5 2600, the R5 1600 AF (a rebrand of the 2600), and the R7 3700X. We were unimpressed initially with the price positioning of some of these, like the 3700X and 2700X (especially), but as the price dropped, they became some of the best choices. Now that Intel’s newest 11-series processors have set a new bar in disappointment, the 10th generation of CPUs can finally shine. The i7-10700 and 10700K are worth note, as is the 10900 (and K) for a cheaper 10-core option. The 11700K has also already dropped in price, although not enough.

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    TIMESTAMPS

    00:00 - Intro
    05:17 - Intel’s Best CPUs Are Old
    06:57 - Cheap 10 Cores: i9-10900K & 10900 Revival
    12:48 - Even Cheaper Gaming CPUs: Intel i7-10700K & i7-10700
    15:46 - Intel & AMD Sales Volume
    18:18 - Conclusion

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  • AMD vs Intel - The Past, The Present and Near Future

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    A look at AMD vs Intel from a non-political perspective.

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  • Ryzen 6000 CRUSHES Everything!

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  • Spyware at The Hardware Level - Intel ME & AMD PSP

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    In this video I discuss the Intel Management Engine and AMD's Platform Security Processor, both of which are hardware level spyware embedded into their respective CPU's that have full control over the primary CPU that the user does their computing on. The control these management engines have over the primary CPU include


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  • I switched back to Intel after a month on an M1 Mac....

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    I've been using my M1 MacBook Pro for a full month and I recently switched back to an Intel MacBook for a while.... surely it can't be that bad right? Ruh Roh

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  • Why Does Intel Keep Having Security Problems?

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  • The MYSTERY Chinese CPU Explained

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  • Breaking the x86 Instruction Set

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    A processor is not a trusted black box for running code; on the contrary, modern x86 chips are packed full of secret instructions and hardware bugs. In this talk, we'll demonstrate how page fault analysis and some creative processor fuzzing can be used to exhaustively search the x86 instruction set and uncover the secrets buried in your chipset.

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  • PC Without a GPU: Intel UHD 750 Benchmarks vs. GT 1030 GDDR5 & UHD 630

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    This benchmark compares the Intel UHD 750 & UHD 630 from the i5-11600K (same IGP in the 11900K) and 10900K vs. the NVIDIA GT 1030 GDDR5 cheap GPU, seeing as GPUs are now rare.
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    With GPUs in short supply and prices higher than ever, many people are looking for ways to keep gaming until supply stabilizes for NVIDIA or AMD GPUs. Integrated graphics on CPUs may be a stopgap solution for now, alongside what should be (but aren’t) cheap dGPUs like the GT 1030. AMD is currently in between generations with its APUs, but the IGPs in Intel’s new Rocket Lake 11-series CPUs may be able to tide gamers over until they can get their hands on a GPU. Today, we’re comparing the last two generations of Intel IGPs (on the i9-10900K and i5-11600K) against cheap discrete GPUs, like the GT 1030, although we also have a test with an RTX 3080 for point of reference. We’re partly attempting to answer whether it’s “worth it” to play games on an integrated graphics processor like the Intel UHD 750 (or UHD 730) and UHD 630. We won’t be looking at AMD’s APUs today, as we’ve tested those in the past. The focus here is to cover Intel’s new launch beyond the CPU tests that we’ve already published.

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    00:00 - GPU Apocalypse & IGPs
    03:10 - Intel Integrated Graphics Specs & Names Explained
    06:46 - Background on Testing & Basics
    10:29 - GTA V Baseline Numbers
    11:59 - CS:GO Benchmarks on UHD 750 vs. UHD 630
    14:04 - CS:GO Frametimes for the 10900K, 11600K, & GT 1030
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    17:43 - Rocket League IGP Benchmarks vs. GT 1030
    18:28 - Minecraft Bedrock Edition Benchmarks
    19:20 - Conclusion

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  • AMD 7900XTs CHIPLETS are a bit different

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  • 10 Years of Intel CPUs Benchmarked: i7-930, 2600K, 4790K, & Everything Since

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    Intel's last decade started off with the launch of one of the best CPUs Intel has made, but stagnated in the middle and ended tempestuously. Here's a decade of Intel CPUs benchmarked.
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    This is the last time we are using this testing methodology, most likely. It's about to be retired and replaced with a fully new set of tests and methods, so we wanted to send it out on a high note.

    Benchmarking a decade of Intel CPU launches was an exhaustive task, but we've got most of the major i5 and i7 launches (a few skipped ones, like the 3770K) and a couple of key AMD parts. This is 10 years of Intel, so we focused on plotting Intel component scaling generationally, price creep generationally, and price-to-price gains in performance. AMD isn't the focus of the piece since we really want to narrow-in on Intel's story for the last 10 years, including its triumphant start to the decade, its asymptotic curve in the middle, and its tumultuous final years in the 2010s. AMD gets appearances for perspective of what Intel must battle today, so that'd be relegated to the 3000 series, including the AMD R5 3600, AMD R7 3700X, and occasionally the AMD R9 3950X.

    This benchmarking revisits most of the CPUs from Intels last ten years, but heavily features the following:

    Intel Core i5-2500K & Core i7-2600K in 2020
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    Intel Core i5-4690K, Core i7-4790K in 2020
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    Intel Core i5-8400, i7-8700K
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    TIMESTAMPS

    00:00 - Introduction & last round of this methodology
    03:50 - Game Benchmarks (Old vs. New Games)
    19:00 - Production Benchmarks (Blender, Premiere, 7-Zip)
    26:30 - Conclusions

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  • Intel CPUs are in TROUBLE...

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  • Ryzen 7000 Changes EVERYTHING, AMD ANNOUNCED Next Gen Desktop APUs!

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    3:44 AMD Announced Next Gen Desktop APUs
    5:01 Ryzen 7000 Comes With A Huge Change!

  • VMware CPU Vulnerabilities and Implications for VMware vSphere

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    CPU security vulnerabilities like Spectre, Meltdown, L1TF, and MDS have drastically changed the landscape for virtualization and data center security. This will be a deep dive into how CPUs operate, how these vulnerabilities affect our systems, and what VMware vSphere Platinum does about them.

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  • Cutting AMD Coolers Open & Flat vs. Vertical CPU Cooler Benchmarks

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    In this video, we dive deep on how heatpipes work, gravity vs. capillary action for CPU coolers (test bench flat vs. vertical and upside-down).
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    In this video, we're deep-diving on several important factors of how heatpipes work. For years, viewers have asked us if CPU cooler orientation matters, typically wondering whether a flat test bench was representative of a standard vertical orientation (e.g. in a PC case), often referencing gravity, despite the fact that capillary action can work in opposition to gravity. Some scientific research has shown, as noted in the video, that gravity and orientation or angle of heatpipes can affect performance, but that research is in use cases and deployments outside of computer hardware. We'll walk through heatpipe manufacturing, research from other industries (like aeronautics and space), internals and cross-sections of heatpipes, and more. This features the AMD Wraith stock cooler, Deepcool GamerStorm Assassin III cooler, and Noctua NH-D15 (with internals of a Thermaltake Contac 12).

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  • AMD Loses Either Way: B450 & Zen 3 Compatibility Deep-Dive, 32MB ROM Issues, & More

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    We did a lot of digging on AMD's B450 & X470 motherboard support with Zen 3 for this in-depth research on AMD BIOS limitations (including older CPUs being unable to address 32MB).
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    We learned a lot in the process of researching this piece. We don't know what AMD will do in response to all of the criticism -- Lisa Su's recent response to a fan indicates they might try and find some partial solution or middle-ground -- but regardless of its final decision, we still learned a lot about the AMD BIOS process. Pre-Matisse CPUs can't address 32MB BIOS, which adds an interesting complication, blank space sometimes has a use (but not always), Rembrandt and Raphael AMD codename parts have DDR5 support on the roadmap, and future motherboard sales will slow down as users worry about becoming stranded. We also learned about how large the enthusiast market is in total percentage size, we learned how many units of B450 AMD sells per month, and we learned about what manufacturers think.

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    TIMESTAMPS

    00:00 - Recapping the Problems
    01:50 - AMD Chipset Outrage
    04:37 - AMD's Current Plan & DDR5 Concerns
    08:21 - Most AMD CPUs Can't Even Address 32MB ROMs
    17:17 - Shrinking BIOS & AGESA Loader Module
    22:09 - Blank Spaces in BIOS & What They Mean
    23:54 - What Motherboard Makers Think
    26:52 - Enthusiast Marketshare and 32MB Saturation
    28:43 - Business Motivations & Partner Trust
    32:34 - AMD Still Misled Customers & is Responsible

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  • AMD and Intel are VULNERABLE

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  • Meltdown & Spectre vulnerabilities - Simply Explained

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    Two huge security issues found in almost all modern processors. How do they work and what can we do about it? Let's find out!

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    Another day, another CPU vulnerability! This time, on the AMD side. Take A Way is a vulnerability that exploits the Way predictor of the L1 cache creating 2 new attack techniques. Collide+probe, and Load+reload. The researchers successfully used these attacks on multiple browsers with high degrees of success. This affects AMD CPU’s all the way from 2011 up to now. In the paper, they also address mitigation with a series of hardware and software modifications but we dont know how much of a performance hit this would cause.

    That’s because AMD has yet to push a fix for it despite being notified last year and they dont believe it to be new speculation based attack meaning a tweak on an existing fix could do the job. Now the research has been supported by multiple organizations, but one name sticks out. “Additional funding was provided by generous gifts from Intel. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funding parties.”

    Yikes. I mean I dont doubt the validity of their research, but anytime intel is monetarily involved in vulnerability discovery, it doesn’t really look good. Maybe spend more time on researching fixes for your own issues before spending it on the competitor. Especially since positive technologies just found a CSME exploit which could break hardware-based encryption and DRM on Intel CPUs. Anyways, anytime you hear of vulnerabilities like that, the best thing to do is to just try and stay up to date and if you’re a regular joe like me, you probably dont have to worry unless it hinders performance.


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  • Nearly All CPUs Vulnerable: Explaining Meltdown & Spectre

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    We're talking about Meltdown and Spectre today, two new attacks that affect nearly all modern CPUs. The Meltdown attack is the worse of the two, and presently has known impact to at least 10 years of Intel CPUs, with potential performance deficits in some applications from the solution. AMD and ARM don't get away clean, though, and are also affected by kernel-level exploits which attack using branch prediction vectors, using Spectre. Between these two attacks, nearly every CPU on the market is impacted in some way. Security advisories and updates are already going out, and we should know more on January 9th about the performance hit from these updates.

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  • Why are Spectre and Meltdown So Dangerous?

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  • Ask GN 108: Is AMD Optimized RAM BS? Show All 200 Case Tests?

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    [Discord] Kobberholm08/10/2019#askgn-questions The UserBenchmark debacle raised an interesting point that I think was never adressed.Higher core count should provide more stable performance on unoptimized systems with more background processes running, but all professional benchmarks are done with slimmed down systems with relatively clean installs, skewing results in favor of just IPC/clocks or at least not taking full advantage of the many cores.Could you do a couple of performance comparisons of low corecount vs high corecount processors with realistic (medium - heavy) background processes running (Antivirus, Discord, Telegram, Chrome with a few heavy pages open etc).

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  • Is Your CPU Spying On You?

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    Have you ever heard of Intel Management Engine, or AMD's Platform Security Processor? These are both hardware technologies built right into Intel and AMD CPUs that have full access to the entire system, but we don't really know anything about them. More worrying, is these cannot be disabled. It's unlikely that these are actually spying on you, but the problem is if malicious people were to crack the technology and have control over any computer.

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    I've talked about the Intel Management Engine (Intel ME) before, and said how much of a risk it is just that it exists. In a previous video, I talked about how because it was proprietary code, nobody really knows what it does. And because it has direct access to the entire system, if it was exploited by hackers or a government, they would be able to control everyone's computer without anyone knowing. Turns out they did discover a vulnerability, and released a patch which you MUST download.


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  • Cascade Lake X Is HALF The Price, Intel BASHING AMD Again!

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  • Can ARM beat Intel and AMD?

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    In this episode of the Cybergizmo we explore a high level overview of ARM. How does the ARM architecture differ from Intel X86, what you need to know to pick a distro of Linux to run on ARM, and some of the performance benefits, and trends in coming with ARM SoC. And a look at the latest reason to leave Intel - NetCAT

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  • Does Patching Meltdown/Spectre CPU Vulnerabilities Slow Down Your PC?

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    Two massive security issues are plaguing PCs - codenamed Meltdown and Spectre. Fixed are now starting to roll out in the form of Windows updates and BIOS microcode updates... but do they slow down your PC gaming performance? Rich runs some benchmarks...

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  • Tech News Today - AMD Issues, More Trouble For Intel & New Western Digital CEO

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    In today's edition of Tech News Today, AMD processors for the last 9 years are vulnerable to data leak attacks. More trouble for Intel as it is discovered the CSME can be attacked and the former head of CISCO networking and security becomes Western Digital's new CEO
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  • Researchers detail three new Intel and AMD Spectre vulnerabilities

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  • Explaining the Spectre and Meltdown Vulnerabilities

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    John explains how the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities work and why they are dangerous. These two vulnerabilities affect the hardware (processor) of most computers in the world and they allow attackers to read the entire memory contents of a victim's computer.

  • Microsoft Windows 10 Vulnerability Check Intel AMD ARM CPUs | Meltdown | Spectre

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    In this video i will show you how to check if your system is Vulnerable or not against speculative execution. At first Microsoft published only a brief document about the method not including important steps. They corrected later. My video uploaded to Youtube days earlier. That's why you can see i am trying to solve the errors and find correct settings/ commands. So please consider these before dislike it.

    Please read the description below because i will update it if any newer and useful info is available.

    Running the vulnerability check should be simple and consists of two basic steps but as you will see in the video you have to do other tasks also to successfully run the commands.

    The video is unedited and its purpose to show you the errors and the solutions during the steps.

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    On 2018.01.06 Microsoft published modified documents about how to check the vulnerabilities on Client Computers and Windows Servers. You can read it here, but contains almost the same procedure as you can see in the video above:

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    Steps: run the following commands in PowerShell as Admin
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    The Enabled protections will show in the output as “True”, but the output may vary on different systems, so you have to learn more how to evaluate the results.

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  • DLN Xtend 17: FreeOffice, Kdenlive, AMD Vulnerability, Opensource.Builders, L4E Alan Pope Interview

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    On DLN Xtend Episode 17, Nate tests FreeOffice and Eric spends some time with Kdenlive.

    We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to

    Destination Linux talked about the open source document viewer KOReader which peaked Nate's interest and leads to a discussion on e-readers.

    Ask Noah brings up the recent news of an AMD vulnerability discovered as part of a study funded by Intel and also the excellent Opensource.Builders website which showcases open source alternatives to common proprietary software.

    Jason Evangelho of Linux for Everyone recently interviewed Alan Pope of Canonical and asked some interesting questions. We break down a few of the more interesting aspects of their conversation.

    On the DasGeek YouTube channel, Ryan covered using the El Gato Streamdeck Mini with Linux which led Eric to wonder if there was a way to use a general-purpose tablet to do the same thing rather than buying dedicated hardware. Turns out, there is a very easy way to accomplish this with obs-websocket and OBS Tablet Remote. Thanks to Venn Stone of LinuxGameCast for the tutorial.

    That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows and creators (like Eric and Nate) for example is available at destinationlinux.network.

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  • Spectre and Meltdown explained - Intel, AMD, ARM

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    I explain how Spectre and Meltdown affect Intel, AMD, and ARM processors. Specifically, you’ll learn how to protect yourself from an attacker stealing your data.

    Everyone who uses a processor manufactured after 1995 is affected. An attacker gains read access to all memory of a computer. The attack itself is undetectable. Get the latest security patches from Microsoft and Apple. On Linux enable Kernel Page Table Isolation (KPTI). Spectre exploits speculative execution and Meltdown weakens security boundaries. Speculative execution provides a significant performance boost, and disabling it will reduce performance from a few percent to up to 30% or more. Intel Itanium and Intel Atom before 2013 are not affected. AMD says that an OS patch will prevent the Spectre-5753 attack, and that all the other AMD CPUs are not affected. ARM provides this exposure matrix:

    For more info read:

    Kernel Page Table Isolation (KPTI):

    Spectre (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715):

    Meltdown (CVE-2017-5754):

    AMD Processors mostly not affected:

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    Update: Looks like Intel issued a statement that discontinuing the G3420 was actually a mistake on its part, and that's why it brought it back from the briefly-dead. Intel said to Tom's: On December 5, a PCN was erroneously posted on product discontinuance of the Intel Pentium Processor G3420. There is no change to the Intel Pentium Processor G3420 product roadmap, and that product continues to be supported by Intel. (source:

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    - Intel 7nm allegedly to match TSMC 5nm
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