Now, I don't know my way around software at all, but I like to consider myself well versed with tech hardware as of recently. Any good places to start with programming and software?
>intel housefire lake runing absurdly hot if you don't delid
>nvidia cards catching fire yet again, drivers becoming worse and worse, can't even perform properly with ryzen
>yet another year of skylake refreshes with bumped clocks on yet another new socket, no new architecture until 2020
>intel 8c offers ~10% more performance for 338% more dollars than r7 1700
>still gets outperformed by the $500 1800x in a few workloads and performs the same in most others
>ryzen more power efficient than housefire lake
>only thing that prevents ryzen from reaching 4.2+GHz is voltage wall that can be overcome with architecture improvements
>THIRTY TWO CORES PER DIE
>vega released in current quarter
>ryzen + vega apus in the making
Is 2017 officially the year of amd?