The worst CPUs in the history of AMD and Intel
Pentium 4 (Prescott)
Fame pushes Intel and AMD were passing left and mounting stickers at the blues headquarters, something similar was happening and today, though at that time it was much bigger. With a 40-stage pipeline and a 90nm built-in environment, Intel has tried to compete with its competitors by building poor performance on each cycle and a disastrous forecasting engine, because it lowers all data through the pipeline.
His mode was really hungry in terms of power leaks, not because he ended up calling him a match Press HOT, added to the high-quality files the company needed made these processes more selective than the worst that even the most aggressive marketing at that time couldn't cover.
Intel Pentium 4 (Smithfield)
If Prescotts were a product-type problem, the need to issue a basic-in-time option would simply balance the fact that node and designation were complex.
Intel has incorporated two Prescott dies into one PCB issued by the FSB, which meant to increase its frequency to 800 MHz and reduce the frequency to 3.2 GHz by the Extreme Edition version.
Logically & # 39; they were vaccines & # 39; good that the marketing had to be covered and covered until the arrival of the new Cars Mill at 65 nm.
Big changes are not very popular in the industry and Intel Itanium aims for this. With increased growth in its Hardware, the integrator became an integral part of the architecture functionality execute commands in parallel.
As always, Hardware is at the forefront of the software, in this case very far away, and the system administrators couldn't adapt to this new wave of predicted processors, which would replace the rest of the X86.
Intel stopped supporting and building its latest processors last year, so it did its best for 18 years to change the processor's mind in areas outside of business use.
The Bulldozer case brought the line to this day, when a lawsuit was resolved last year and AMD was sent to pay a fine to certain users for fraudulent advertising. AMD's effort with its products was good, but its execution was terrible.
They try to power less by dying high-quality clocks that share resources across their units, reducing physical space by adding fewer transistors than adding Private C Cores with modules.
It was a complete fiasco that almost killed AMD and on the other hand led to a complete change of architecture to eventually introduce Zen. You have to remember the FX-8170 at 4.5 GHz only to assume that the southern temperature is not good When we compare this or the other processes listed, not to mention the FX-9590 Filedriver with 220 watts of TDP, suitable for the Nordic countries.
Perhaps the biggest mistake of AMD was its persistence when it introduced new models with small improvements knowing it would prevent them for many years from seeing what Intel is introducing. As we say, it was the biggest mistake in its history and almost costly the extinction of the world's panorama.
AMD E Series APUs
In a futile attempt to compete with Intel and its ATOMs (A separate chapter of the past), AMD introduced APUs based on the E series (E2-9000 for example) where, since they could not compete on CPUs, they did the same with the GPU , where they have openly abandoned their rival.
The problem is that the GPU architecture dramatically lowers the CPU and appeared to be incompatible APUs. The minimum required to run WindowsLet's not talk about Windows 10 of course.
This operation has unfortunately taken a few generations, until Intel ended up releasing ATOM as an option in the low-power market and AMD did the same in a futile attempt to compete with very low-cost construction engineering.