Intel Killed their OWN Product Lineup

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  • Daniel Newman
    Daniel Newman Před 5 hodinami

    I was hoping you would mention something about hitting the physical limitations with classical computing

  • Yagi Wiraya
    Yagi Wiraya Před 7 hodinami

    Meehhhh, i'm still using my i5 3750k for most of my work, and it still worked amazing and fast even when it used for digital audio recording purposes. Who needs more core anyway?

  • hyperboreaa
    hyperboreaa Před 17 hodinami

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    Boring Television Před 20 hodinami

    Very good footage quality.

  • Patrick North
    Patrick North Před 23 hodinami

    Hey Linus! Are you trying to hang yourself with those strings? Definitely long enough.

  • Trending Tech Noob
    Trending Tech Noob Před 3 dny

    This guy made video for sponsorship only ... Noob linus

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    felix920506 Před 3 dny

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    Morgan Lomprez Před 4 dny

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    Asmir Dzopa Před 5 dny

    This guy posted the same video, how is he not taken down with over 500k views..

  • Blitz Blitz
    Blitz Blitz Před 6 dny

    Those boots were phenomenally disgusting

  • FugelKusch
    FugelKusch Před 7 dny

    1:41 - Nobody is ever going to need more than 640kb of memory.

  • Channel Jany
    Channel Jany Před 7 dny

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  • Excaliburs gaming channel

    I'm getting ready to upgrade and I'm going with a 2700 X because it's cheaper than anything that then Intel scrap they have good processors but they're just too damn expensive not when I can get really good performance and a course with the 2700 X quite frankly Intel processors aren't worth two hundred more dollars it's ridiculous I mean literally I'm saving 200 bucks going with AMD it's just not worth it

  • RazorRamonElJefe
    RazorRamonElJefe Před 12 dny

    Expect planned obsolescence.

  • Chris Mincemoyer
    Chris Mincemoyer Před 12 dny

    A drop in the bucket. Consider this. Mobileye, a subsidiary of Intel nets more revenue than AMD. Intel's consumer CPU market is simply a byproduct of other technology innovation in CPU and GPU innovation.

  • Rodolfo V
    Rodolfo V Před 14 dny

    I'm feeling Intel is the new Apple, AMD is being Android =)

  • Chris Robertson
    Chris Robertson Před 14 dny

    Nice to see my i7 6800k is still great lol

  • Ian Dmitriyevitch
    Ian Dmitriyevitch Před 15 dny

    8:26 I've tested ECC Reg memory on X99 motherboards with Haswell and Broadwell i7 processors (i7-5820k, i7-5930k, i7-6800k, etc). It works, even though Intel claims that those processors don't support ECC memory. It seems to me that at some point Intel decided not to market these CPUs as supporting ECC so as not to disrupt the sales of Xeon processors.

  • Ray Mak
    Ray Mak Před 15 dny +4

    Very solid advice for Intel

  • Ray Mak
    Ray Mak Před 15 dny +1

    I'm starting to lean towards AMD....

  • Aayush Stha
    Aayush Stha Před 16 dny +1

    Linus tech tips is the best
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  • John Trageser
    John Trageser Před 16 dny

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  • Ciaran Fahy
    Ciaran Fahy Před 17 dny

    "Can they be GPU accelerated"
    Proceedes to tick off everything but the one workstation task I do.
    *Darth Vader no*

  • 박근우
    박근우 Před 17 dny

    2600 or 2700x? Considering the value

  • Imperator Augustus
    Imperator Augustus Před 18 dny

    1st Intel i-core Generation 28 NM
    8th Intel i-core generation 14 NM
    It is all you need to know about progress for these years

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  • Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi

    9:55 Yes bro! Intel need to take his head out of his but when pricing. I 100% agree that they have a monopoly in chip market which AMD is fighting against and ThreadRipper is a useful new weapon for them. game studios are deliberately not taking advantage of ThreadRipper

  • Hshe Whenehs
    Hshe Whenehs Před 21 dnem +1

    Oh my god thanks so much dude you’ve taught me so much I was super confused about cpu‘s/processors before this and have been trying to learn everything I can I was super confused with the difference between Ryzen and Intel chips but you’ve cleared up so much I love your videos man please keep it up and thanks.

  • Oslier
    Oslier Před 21 dnem

    If intel would have developed faster and bigger chips AMD would have gone bankrupt and making intel a monopoly but now that amd is "on the race" again intel can continue making bigger cpus

  • Dsmwarrior1996
    Dsmwarrior1996 Před 21 dnem

    I'm working on buying hardware to build a PC, but for now, I've been happy with my 11 year old AMD phenom ii x4, ya it's not the fastest, but it still plays bf3 on stock settings, tho a little choppy, it is still playable, haven't tried lowering the setting tho, which is a big reason I'll probably stick with AMD for my build, and price

  • Rick Metroid
    Rick Metroid Před 22 dny

    No better time to update your cpu than in few weeks with zen2 3770x.

  • iii
    iii Před 22 dny

    I've held off building a PC for years now... I have nothing against Intel, but until AMD came out with the Ryzen lineup I just never felt like the time was right for a major investment in desktop hardware (I've had a series of laptops over the past 5-10 years that were really placeholders)

    Now, I'm super excited to be building a PC on the AM4 platform for my girlfriend (a graphic designer and photographer) and myself (a programmer). Having just built one such system, I'm already planning on rotating out my gf's CPU (the 2200G, really a placeholder since I bought everything at once as a Christmas gift) for the 2700x, and building myself a little workstation on the side.

  • Vincent Laurensius
    Vincent Laurensius Před 23 dny +2

    I wish Ryzen have the same Single Threaded performance as core i series...

  • danjel
    danjel Před 23 dny

    to all suggesting me to get an AMD when I was buying a computer , I have a message : AMD sucks, so I bought an Intel i5 8500

  • Radio Net
    Radio Net Před 23 dny

    AMD is a cheap alternative if you want to keep the equipment for 2 years. But Intel on the long time becomes the cheaper solution. Because you can start with an i3 or a G and over 2 - 3 years, when the technology depreciates financially, to take an used i5 and afther another two or three years to take an i7 for the same motherboard. Beacause an i7 maked 6 years ago is faster then majority of ryzen models.

  • FreddyKlazz
    FreddyKlazz Před 23 dny

    Never had an Intel chip... always AMD I have a wife and kids. So to me it came to the pocket. You mean I can save hundreds of dollars and still do this?

  • Zane Miller
    Zane Miller Před 23 dny

    I do not know what i need, i just want 60 fps in minecraft with max render distance without any lag.

  • pushdword
    pushdword Před 24 dny

    By the way, compiling code can use up to whatever cores you want. I use all cores (including threads) to compile it faster. I have the I9-7920X and with 24 threads (12 cores) it's awesome. turbo to 4.5 or more kicks in when I'm building the whole project and I don't have to wait for the debug.

  • Reyo
    Reyo Před 25 dny

    I thought it was a condom in the thumbnail

  • Any Bag
    Any Bag Před 25 dny

    Moores law can not be broken and like the speed of light it is quickly reach the point of constant but locked in speed.


    If " only " a Ryzen 7 2700X can handle the battle with most of the high end Intel processor, can't even imagine a Threadripper 2990WX being in the bench.

  • Slazenger Beats
    Slazenger Beats Před 27 dny +1

    Being lower case is kinda triggering

    (In the title)

  • RE-Z
    RE-Z Před 27 dny

    @Linus tech tips
    i have a question.
    I´m a Musicproducer and i want to know which cpu is made /good for making music?
    I´m searching for the best cpu. Please help.

  • Steffen Gängel
    Steffen Gängel Před 27 dny

    Now should I buy a i9900k or a ryzen 2700x hmmm, I guess I should support AMD for their work xD

  • Ring Zero
    Ring Zero Před 27 dny

    Ryzen reminds me of the Athlon XP series of processors. Every so often, AMD needs to give Intel a swift kick in the backside to force them to start innovating again.

  • Ayas Mishra
    Ayas Mishra Před 28 dny

    I will buy them Thursday shoes if Linus burns those sandals and socks. I love you Linus but those simply have to go.

  • BarfyMan 362
    BarfyMan 362 Před 28 dny

    I honestly have no idea what this video is really about aside from the fact that AMD gave Intel competition in the processor industry.

  • YIRY
    YIRY Před 29 dny

    AMD = Poor gamers come to our company, we'll provide you $100+ cpu's with beefy performance
    Intel = Rich guys come here. we have gold cpu's, with the same performance as AMD! (4x the price tho)
    NVIDIA = *resigns* we can't make CPU's, bruh

  • Thinking Out Loud
    Thinking Out Loud Před 29 dny

    The professional market is a funny thing. AMD's winning out against Intel for cost-effective CPU's, but Nvidia is utterly butchering AMD in the GPU scene, simply because many developers are sticking to CUDA because "it's easier to work with." As a result, Nvidia has been enjoying jacked prices, much like Intel used to be doing. We'll see where it goes.

  • Horizon Foz
    Horizon Foz Před 29 dny

    Still on that IvyBridge since i won't be needing RTX or even GTX1080 there's no point for upgrade, platform still support up to 32GB RAM. Core count is now a concern for gaming, wish my next rig will be 6 cores.

  • Degree EonYT
    Degree EonYT Před měsícem

    i have a AMD Ryzen *3*

  • Esen Tries
    Esen Tries Před měsícem

    Thank god Ryzen happened. One of the few modern examples (unfortunately) of actual competition in the market.

  • Adam Blondia
    Adam Blondia Před měsícem

    i have a i7 7700k and i am so happy!

  • iMuhammad Siam
    iMuhammad Siam Před měsícem +2

    4:08 what is this background music called

  • That Automotive Blog
    That Automotive Blog Před měsícem

    "Intel will listen to you"- said no one ever. It seems like the only time Intel innovates is when their competition forces them to.

  • Eric Gascon
    Eric Gascon Před měsícem

    You work so hard ! Real pro ! Thanks !

  • - -
    - - Před měsícem

    My 9yr old x58 i7 950 still kicks butt too. Will upgrade when Intel quits shaking down its customers. Should be next year. I am hopeful.

  • TheDarkTower91
    TheDarkTower91 Před měsícem

    10:38 Yes, it was a time you could get the same Intel CPU's you can get now but 25-30% cheaper. It was like 4 months ago, before Intel screwed it with the stock problems they are having right now. Huge impact on AMD sells thank to that too.

  • eone199
    eone199 Před měsícem

    please do the benchmark using linpack next time and compare the result between AMD and intel HEDT

  • Alanna Woods
    Alanna Woods Před měsícem

    You can't just compare AMD core to Intel core straight across like this. Caching, firmwares, and notably voltage all need to be taken into account. Using more voltage requires more expensive parts and result in higher power bills as well as waste heat.
    AMD's recent advances, while good news for the industry and for consumers, has caused a greater amount of hardware divergence. That must be taken into account before an accurate comparison can be made.
    This video feels "phoned in".

  • Giltr0y
    Giltr0y Před měsícem

    Yea...but if you can't afford to buy a new pc every 2 years, you should go with a socket which has more longevity... 2066. That's why it is actually a good idea getting (low tier) X series cpu.

  • Jason Williamson
    Jason Williamson Před měsícem

    Good on AMD... finally Intel has had to pull their head our their ass. Intel fanbois hate it or not but props to AMD. The 5% incremental performance increases per generation from Intel and their cash milking ass rape of consumers since sandy bridge was getting old. Finally some offerings worth upgrading to at a reasonable price from my 2600k.

  • pollodormido2
    pollodormido2 Před měsícem +1

    Why does it feel like I am watching Dr Who?!

  • purelitenite
    purelitenite Před měsícem

    "boot strap start up" ... What a nerd

  • Zr
    Zr Před měsícem

    Just buy Ryzen guys, trust me Ryzen is really good right now.

  • Karl Hans
    Karl Hans Před měsícem

    People still buying intel. You amd fans want cheap products than buy intel g is faster in games as top amd line up.

  • Николай Вуколов

    make -j16?

  • 6Twisted
    6Twisted Před měsícem +1

    I've never bought an AMD because Intel has always had the higher single core performance & lower power consumption but I'm glad AMD have knocked them off their pedestal because Intel have been milking their customers and pay-walling features for years. I would happily swap to AMD and Freesync if they could improve their single core speeds which is what matters for gaming so I'm holding off on buying an Intel until the new AMD CPU's come out next year.

  • Atomkey Sinclair
    Atomkey Sinclair Před měsícem

    I want to make a prediction that the ARM (latter variant on RISC concepts) processors are going to start seeing advances that will go unnoticed. As mobile devices have plateaued in the last few years, I expect that a greater demand on power may develop by the user base. It is a matter of the niche. When US Robotics introduced the Palm Pilot back in the 90's I think most people thought it was a fad. And it was for quite a few years. Enter Apple iPhone. And then palm computing has never been the same. But the hardware today seems to have dwindled. Who wants a phone or table that really hauls butt? I do. I want a tablet that is cost effective and still able to keep up with my 7700 Kaby Lake. And if it is going to run a linux/android os, it will probably be better off on that platform. Me thinks... Any thoughts? It would be sweet to keep up CISC processors at a cheaper by the dozen build process.

  • Iqbal Singh Projects
    Iqbal Singh Projects Před měsícem

    Can You give me a ready Gaming PC

  • joe coder
    joe coder Před měsícem

    Intel is AMERICAN company, and so how dares this CANADIAN leftist loon criticize it? Canada is just jealous, cos they dont know how to make CPUs themselves. Whiny losers.

  • Semi Con
    Semi Con Před měsícem

    Zen 2 (Ryzen 3) will not only kill Intel's HEDT lineup, but also its consumer lineup. The gap is about to be closed, 2019 will be a MAJOR year for AMD.

  • Simon
    Simon Před měsícem

    The Intel HEDT plattform is fantastic !
    Remember the great Kaby Lake X CPUs, which was the best selling Intel CPU in the last years.
    And remember the crippled X299 mainboards with the Kaby Lake X support !
    So - HEDT is the only way to go !
    Innovation made by Intel.

  • Black Bear Gear
    Black Bear Gear Před měsícem

    Can you help steer me towards a new PC gaming/ video recording rig for 2019?? Im currently running a AMD 8350 with 16gigs ddr3, AMD 580 gpu corsair 750 PSU and some HDD, SDD drives.

  • TheZoraman
    TheZoraman Před měsícem

    I wonder how amd and intel compare for virtualization

  • Hardcore Bunny
    Hardcore Bunny Před měsícem

    I hope it isn’t true that Microsoft is going to buy AMD.

  • KitMellow
    KitMellow Před měsícem

    So more like AMD killed Intel's product lineup.

  • Mathew Schramm
    Mathew Schramm Před měsícem

    Can't thumbs up this video enough. Totally agree with LTT on this one.

  • KilonBerlin
    KilonBerlin Před měsícem

    Hey I will watch the video, I didn't so far...just got my system back running (had a blue screen after a windows update reboot.... but will my Ryzen 7 2700X soon be "outdated"? I also don't understand why some people or "intel fanboys" I guess always say "You can't really game with AMD". Wtf?! Maybe in some benchmarks intel has better results, but Intel also had much much higher prices and only more performance/speed and the TDP is better, but it improved a lot at ryzen compared to the FX-8320 (the first ones I had before, from 2014, the 8320 had a TDP of 125W I think, now the 2700X has 105W lol, but 16 threads and faster threads and holds them all in turbo if needed, not only 1 core and a 2nd in turbo light like in the FX-8320...AMD really made a great job there and pricing at least here in Germany was very good, already in x-mas 2017 for the "Ryzen 1" the masses who can't afford high-end bought again much from Team Red :D I would like to support AMD too in the future also in GPU, but CPU I think they will have the better price/performance ratio also in the coming years...and a Ryz 7 2700X is really enough performance for a lot of things) per core, before the release everyone said "8 real cores with 16 threads and in 12nm? incl. basic cooler wraith prism? never for a price which is below the current intel CPU's!!!" the Intel alternatives below the (ultra-)highend were i7-7700(k) or 8800(k). Everyone who knows a bit about the stuff bought a "k", but some (cheap) complete systems had the versions without k...I mean all these intel CPU's have also a GPU onboard afaik? But all these guys have a PCI-E iits no wonder that intel is moore expensive without any fans.... (forget which is with fans, the boxed or "unboxed"?!)
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X works for my games so far very well... okay they want to bring out new graphics card, but I don't know if they make it ever back to a level which can compare with Nvidias top modells which are sold for such greedy prices and I think it was "you" who told after a 18 hours (the time Nvidia gave you the card for?! :X) 2070 test before its release that they disabled SLI? Now they stopped production of the 1080 Ti, because in fact its to good, a competition for the 2000-series (if we forget raytracing and all the other features almost no game, or a few single ones support... the 1080 Ti rised up to ~50% in price, average at least 30%+ (new card, they try to sell the remaining cards now for ~1000€, the companies simply made this, maybe Nvidia increased the price for them so that they can't sell really cheaper...
    But I can keep my Ryzen 7 2700X for a while or?! Since I said I won't put in a 2nd GPU and also no other M.2 NVMe drives the guy in the shop bought a crappy board, the only thing free would be RAM, I think it would have to be a dual of the same speed or even the exact same company model? I have a dual RAM kit running now, sold as "DDR4 16GB PC 3000 CL 16 ADATA KIT (2x8GB) XPG D40 (XPG is for the LED I guess... what the D40 means I don't know.. but CPU-Z tells me 1333 (=2666 since its DDR...) and 3000 via XMP, thats also the maximum this Board from Gigabyte supports...part number: "DDR4 3000" and a serial number which ends with "0300", can you/the persons in the store which put all parts together change the name or is it produced this way and can't be changed? like the production week I think? The week is 15/18....First timing is 16 (for that is CL or?), I also think he sold me (and many others?) a 3TB HDD only 10€ more expensive than a 1TB, knowing that ~2,2TB is maximum for MBT and they make very much (software) "repairing" or installing windows with partition etc, many people will get problems I guess, I finally made it via cmd.exe and diskpart, but a older woman who doesn't know thaaat much and buys a desktop there? Every time somehow both drives for example have to be formated and are empty again you get a problem with installing windows 10 from a USB stick created via MediaCreationTool or how MS names this... I didn't knew that as in the last years I lost the connection a bit... I have computers for like 25 years the 90's when I was a real small child I got my first (IBM) 386 with 25 MHz and floppy disk A: (1,44MB not the large B: ones)... but in the last years I had many other things and I hope the CPU won't be "outdated" soon? I don't overclock it, as it runs with turbo between ~1,4 and over 4,3 GHz per thread/core if turbo (also sold in the sales contract as "AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 4.35GHZ AM4.........", the Cache is wrong there with 20MB, but this error also existed on some websites or in the selling description of some online sellers in this first "only" has 16MB L3 Cache...
    you have to sign and pay a amount, depends how much, I paid around 15% in advance, so he knows its a serious order and he can buy it from the stock, its like a union of small shops, together they are stronger at the wholesale as many things like RAM etc. is a mass product and buying as one company, but for 7 shops and each owner makes his thing, but it brings you an additional discount I guess) before he orders the parts, so you get at least good prices, at least it was for at least 2 decades this way that old things got cheaper and not more expensive than their release price 2 years later or so... I'm happy Ryzen kicks Intel in the ass (I mean in selling numbers, competition, I mean 8C/16T vs a i7-7700k which comes without any cooler more expensive at the time I bought it?! (less than 4 weeks after its release I think I signed the sales contract, the threadripper was also new for the i9 Extreme sector back than with up to 32 Cores or so....
    sorry if "offtopic", if you have a video with/for RAM/CPU/MAINBOARD/GPU more all in one I can ask there?! I'm just very unsure...

  • bob dole
    bob dole Před měsícem +1

    I understood like 5% of this video

  • Frances Larina
    Frances Larina Před měsícem +1

    Spoiler: AMD killed Intel's HGDT product line

  • Bio Haze
    Bio Haze Před měsícem

    yall should put products the linus personally dropped in the merch store. . . . Yall would increase profit by 200%

  • Manny
    Manny Před měsícem

    My ancient Core i7 920 in an equally stone-age Asus P6T is still running strong after 8 solid years of gaming, general use and barely ever being turned off during that whole time. It lives in a hot humid garage that's only under 80F when I am using the room and the A/C is on. Right now as I type it's sitting at about 48C and under stress goes to 60C more or less. I think that's pretty darn good. Now that I'm looking at finally building a new rig, these AMD chips look like they can save me tons of cash. But will I get this kind of longevity out of them?

  • Michael Jørgensen
    Michael Jørgensen Před měsícem

    Intel is not only shooting themselves in the foot, but in the head too

  • mais4u
    mais4u Před měsícem +1

    i didn`t understand anything you just said xD

  • Hi Dan
    Hi Dan Před měsícem

    It's good amd got intel off their lazy boy mode, and pushing innovation out of stagnation.

  • Austin Rahman
    Austin Rahman Před měsícem

    Linus weren't you sponsored by Intel at one point?

  • jaqs smith
    jaqs smith Před měsícem

    >Linus shilling boots

  • George B
    George B Před měsícem

    You guys really love Intel a lot dont you.

  • kjell martin olsen
    kjell martin olsen Před měsícem

    i5-x7640 and i7-x7740 RIP not forgotten i5 as a reserve

  • Trochoid
    Trochoid Před měsícem

    AMD is better

  • GravianS
    GravianS Před měsícem +1

    Yeah, but does the Ting go skrra?

  • Przem084
    Przem084 Před měsícem

    go go go AMD Rangers :)

  • STS Tech
    STS Tech Před měsícem

    Cannibalizing your own products is ironically not that uncommon these days. I think when manufacturers realize they've milked a really popular model long enough by making a similar proceed model they know they can repeat those same high level sales and greater going forward. It's ensuring regular major cash flow. I hope that makes sense.

  • amir zibak
    amir zibak Před měsícem +1

    Intel reminds of Apple, They charge more for less items

  • villian loudness
    villian loudness Před měsícem

    Man was I happy when intel made the i9 exclusive for HEDT but theeeeen they fucked that up too.

  • Hastur Dagon
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  • Stefan Ranđelović
    Stefan Ranđelović Před měsícem

    I play everything on 1080P with 20$ i7 870 @ 4.0ghz and GTX 1060 150$, so you can play everything on low budget if you know more then only to power on pc...