TSMC optimizes workloads with AMD EPYC™ CPUs

1 : Anonymous2021/05/02 06:38 ID: n30rnj
TSMC optimizes workloads with AMD EPYC™ CPUs
2 : Anonymous2021/05/02 12:35 ID: gwnl1i9

“Give us more capacity and we’ll give you some CPUs”

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3 : Anonymous2021/05/02 13:25 ID: gwnqumq

From what I've heard very early on, TSMC absolutely loves AMD.

ID: gwnugqh

Also tsmc is a Taiwanese company, and AMDs ceo is Taiwanese, I'm not saying tsm would play favorites, but it certainly doesn't hurt. Lisa su is just about the most awesome person on the planet

ID: gwnzvbm

We all see how well TSMC and Nvidia get along. The CEOs nationality has nothing to do with the business relations of such companies

ID: gwp9tlm

It definitely has more to do with their massive, guaranteed sony and microsoft contracts and explosion of orders thanks to Zen's success.

ID: gwp2jxr

I promise you pretty things like this don’t come into play when doing billions of dollars like business. CEOs would be just as happy to deal with human sized cockroaches.

ID: gwpg8e7

Nvidia CEO: am I a joke to you?

ID: gwpqtim

Imagine thinking skin colour has anything to do with being a capitalist.

4 : Anonymous2021/05/02 14:37 ID: gwnzr0a

Company uses the highest performance and lowest TCO CPUs available in their Datacenter, big shock.

If you don't need optane NVDIMMs or AVX512, and aren't stuck to intel for some legacy reason, there isn't much of a choice to make.

5 : Anonymous2021/05/02 14:14 ID: gwnwm3z

Building your CPUs in-house must be an advantage

ID: gwnzsdg

really shouldn't make any difference whatsoever.

ID: gwo1iez

It’s called “dog fooding”.

6 : Anonymous2021/05/02 22:16 ID: gwpsz0h

which came first the chip or the server?


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