Epic is not a vulgar (understatement) EA or Activision - Blizzard. Epic, creates a pivotal technology: the 3D engine, essential in video games, architecture and the metaverse. Apple by imposing, like a Microsoft of the 1990s, its proprietary 3D display technology, of course incompatible with the industry and this is beginning to be detrimental to them, because Apple is only a smartphone seller.

Phil Schiller, the creator of the garbage Mac Pro, the one who dared to have an "intel" mac pro with proprietary SSDs swallowed and thrown under the bus with an M1pro machine without software... Phil Schiller would have seen his career burnt elsewhere in the valley

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Hello, once again: who is this machine for? You are talking about the RTX 3090, which replaces the old Titan range, at Nvidia, but this is the level before the so-called "professional" cards, which is differentiated by the use of ECC RAM, that's all. We should have talked about the RTX 3080/3070, but I have you, I'm being geek. No, what this thing will miss is the applications, I know that Apple Fans dream of a universal application from the iPad to the MacPro, but it's against the grain of the false hunt that Cupertino seems to be doing towards the pros. Would Cook's team arrive at the end of the race?

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Hello from France, your tickets were missing. I am for my part dismayed by the M1 Studio + ultra better. Not its price, nor its bias, it would have looked great against the 1996 Silicon Graphics Octane. Because for me the M1 Studio ++ ultra better goes back to that time, but has nothing to do with an up-to-date vision of a workstation. elsewhere for what uses? music, photo editing? 3D design and rendering? for the latter Apple does not have an algorithm simulating rayracing and has made the Unreal Engine persona non grata, so the pro market is closed to it. The music ? a Mac Mini can do the trick, especially with the 80's revival, Photo? Why would Adobe make more effort? In short, like the Mac Pro of 2013, it is a machine without a client because symbolic

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The observation for Microsoft is valid for Apple. The M1pro and M1Max benchmarks are anything but good. A 2019 Mac pro, made of odds and ends, remains very efficient, compared to ARM. Then Microsoft to the intelligence of tested, if one solution does not work, it does another, it is not a tragedy. Redmond never puts all those eyes in one basket and again: it's healthy

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is right, right? Already GM is, like most European manufacturers (I am removing Mercedes and BMW who have a partnership with Nvidia), they are in the fog, imitating each other and you want to add AMD, kui neither masters nor the 'IA, nor GPUs, OpenCL being clearly a failure. As much asked for their opinion in Cyrix or DEC .. but it is true: they are dead

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Yes, Apple put on the show, yes Intel got off the road and had flat tires and left to be AMD before Lisa Su for a long time. But compared Apple's APU to underperforming architectures and that notoriously at Intel and AMD, is this a good point of view?

The AMD of the years 2010/2020 is not the unloved cousin of Fairchild clones the other, licensed moreover. Intel still delights in anything and does not want to make its revolution.

I'm waiting to see from Nvidia, who like Apple, even under the inept management of Cook, can also blow up the Landerneau hardware and has the same experience as Cupertino with the ARM platform via the Jetsons

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Rémy Wehrung

Rémy Wehrung

French, geek, machine learning, 40s. Survivor of the Bill Gates period of Microsoft, fan of Linux, PyTorch and Nvidia fanboy