Since last 24 hours, this is the newest AMD RyZen member/sku falling of The
Monster AMD Ryzen 16-Core CPU Could Be On The Way: $1000 Cheaper And Faster
I just sent to AMD questions regarding this one (extra nice if Z370 would
be integrated in it and make this silicon true SoC)!
Exactly what I need for one of projects I am trying to boost. And if the
price for single sku would be $700 USD (as they advertise), The Sky is The
Limit! [image: Inline image 1]
On Sat, Mar 18, 2017 at 8:05 AM, Zoran Stojsavljevic <
> Hello Qmaster, Taiidan,
> Thank you for the replies. Last day (March 16th, 2017, Thursday) of
> Embedded World 2017 I took the trip from Munich to Nuremberg on my own dime
> (to visit EW 2017), and to speak with some people/companies I supported
> previously (while being "Intel-er", you name it, the support joke), and I
> had also the plan to visit AMD booth, so seconds prior I left to Munich
> HBf, I sent this email, to see what community will tell.
> Interesting talks I had with AMD people. I was able to grab attention of
> the most technical guy on the booth, so we had 30 minutes very productive
> and lengthy conversation, since I had prepared exact requirements for so
> far for implementation of the one of the US patents about efficient RAID
> big data storage.
> Since I am NOT (per say) AMD guy (unfortunately, still in my sub-conscious
> INTEL guy, it is (MUST) changing for the near Future), and I really would
> like to embark on their technology since/including RyZen, I have learned a
> lot. And what I have learned is about Naples. It is a true killer (if this
> is The Truth what they say about it)!
> After returning home, that evening, I quickly re-assessed my notes, and
> immediately was able to find the real video about Naples:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN93G6Rg2ek (please, watch it from 1:20)
> Naples: True SoC (integrated PCH/Chipset), has 8-channel DDR4 (3.2 GHz
> clock speed) memory access, able to bring at maximum of 256GB of DDR4
> memory, has PCIe X 128 lanes (overall)... And it'll come June/July 2017
> time-frame. No signs of price tag, so far!
> And, YES, no way to get rid of AMD Chip-set. Too costly for managing Power
> Management/PMIC and far fetched VRs' regulators, although I see that AMD
> one is NOT so demanding as INTEL PCH (why it is so, you should ask, whom?)!?
> Thank you,
> On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 1:54 AM, taii...@gmx.com <taii...@gmx.com> wrote:
>> On 03/16/2017 06:05 AM, qma ster wrote:
>> As far as I know, AMD does not have any "evil brother" of Intel ME. It
>>> has AMD PSP (Platform Secure Processor) that is built-in to CPU. So, I
>>> don't think that cutting a PCH from AMD CPU has any practical value: even
>>> if the platform will boot after such a radical change to computer's
>>> hardware, you'll lose a lot of essential stuff like USB ports
>> "only has" huh?
>> PSP and ME do literally the same thing and have the same capabilities,
>> they're a like for like with implementation details being the only
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