Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Bush nominate Nixon's era wiretapping expert

For the hard and responsible job of saving collapsing USA budget. Army IT conference is the first immediate casualty. After budget rebalance towards ongoing broad sofisticated civilian tapping projects. Wiretapping experience from Nixon's era is more than welcomed for current state of the Constitutional right on Freedom of speech.

Left is an ancient device for wiretapping used in Watergate case. In the meantime, technological advancements were used for the Whole America wiretapping. ATT technician who whistled blow about, got an US Supreme Court decision yesterday: Don't sin any more.

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U.S. Supreme Court's L.A. Decision: Screw Free Speech

...Dissenting justices said Tuesday's ruling could silence would-be whistle-blowers who have information about governmental misconduct.

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Intel's Secret Weapon For Kentsfield : Bad Axe 2 board

Scandal, Intel uses part of Badhardware registered blog name for its board name.
Currently, the Intel D975XBX (Bad Axe 1) rev. 304 boards out there can support the upcoming Conroe and even the quad-core Kentsfield (see left the military picture from Kentsfield in 1982 ), since the board is based on VRD11 design guideline and both processors work fine with VRD11. As for thermal envelope, Conroe is 65W and Kentsfield is 95W . There is something down the pipeline on Intel Desktop Board roadmap that revealed D975XBX2 codenamed Bad Axe 2, the successor to the current D975XBX. We got to know that this board is specially made for Kentsfield, where optimizations are done especially on the system bus to enhance performance. Seems like it will be the top choice board for Kentsfield before Bearlake chipsets with ICH9 come along in Q2 2007. We can expect this board to be available in Q4 this year.

So, can we freely drop first Kentsfileds until Bearlake boards emerge in Q2 2007? Recommended move , but even more clever choice is to wait a few months for AMD's 65nm quad-core Hound.

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Intel sinks with dual core Itanium on June 6th!

The launch of Intel's dual-core Itanium 2 processors, dubbed "Montecito," is now set to happen in the week of Computex, which will take place in Taipei June 6-10, according to sources. Intel expects the new dual-core CPUs, with mass production slated for July.
Company CEO Paul Otellini said at the Fall 2004 IDF (Intel Developer Forum) that the Montecito, Intel's first dual-core processor for Itanium 2-based servers, would be available in the third quarter of 2005.
Thus, we have once again yet another one year delay ! After X86 dual cores in the majority of delivered computers this year, how someone might have leading server with dual core Itanium, with average selling price of $3000+ per chip? Instead, we have only one word:

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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Hound: AMD has the most dangerous dogs pack on the block

Hiroshige Goto made an error. On the latest AMD briefing he visited, core G was missinterpreted with an engineering prototype (right). AMD goes actually stright to missinterpreted core H, as a new core G for a new, 4 cored Hound processor in 2H 2007.
Strikingly, it will be the same die size as the dual core K8 in 90nm. Quite possible in converted fab 38.

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Monday, May 29, 2006

AMD to invest $2.5 billion to expand Dresden factories

AMD to invest $2.5 billion to expand Dresden factories.
As predicted at badhardware on Friday.
AMD stock closed at $31.63 on Friday, up 2.1 percent. The stock has nearly doubled over the past year, while Intel fallen by nearly a third.

AMD said the expansion will quadruple its processor production here within the next 30 months.
So their overall market percentage might be quadrupled ?? But, seems more realistic option is to reach up to 50%, after the end of the year 2008. Huh.

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AMD is HP's monopolist in China !?

That might badly hurt AMD's anti monopoly law suit against Intel?. Due to Shanghai Daily, more than 70 percent of HP's personal computers sold in China use AMD's CPU chips. Lenovo in China is 85% occupied by AMD. However, in the IT retail markets in 30 major Chinese cities, AMD captured 35 percent of the market in March based on sales in the desktop computer sector against 29 percent a year ago, said retail industry survey firm GFK. Well, that means AMD is not monopolist in the whole China desktop market. Beside, AMD's market share will grow to 30 percent in China in the next one or two years from last year's 18 percent, Rose Wang, AMD China's marketing director, said in a previous interview.

A year ago, Intel occupied more than 85 percent of the domestic China market, and it still dominates the high-margin laptop chip segment. Thus, Intel is still a worldwide monopolist. For a long time, AMD controlled 15 percent of the Chinese CPU market compared with Intel's 80 percent, according to Beijing-based CCID Consulting, a research firm under the Ministry of Information Industry. Quantity is the main concern in China so, the race now is still on who has more friends?

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Sunday, May 28, 2006

World War III 2006-2012

Nostradamus (Century II, Quatrain 2)

"In a war-game maneuver involving Great Britain and European troops a malfunctioning computer (something in common with badhardware topics ??) will cause the "real-world" situation to play out instead of the simulation. The teams are labeled "white" and "blue". As a result of the error actual defenses will be activated and real bombs will be dropped on the areas of the game and cause a tragic international incident."

Great Britain troops bug against Iran, perhaps ? Seems that someone would use wrong code in the real world war games:

The Nostradamus Code

(Century II, Quatrains 23 and 81)
The Antichrist will take over Iran by using a human decoy to trick the Ayatollah in power. This will involve the "yes men" and sycophants of the Ayatollah's court. The Antichrist will first drive away internal supporters of the Ayatollah by starting a civil war. Then he will put forth a man as a leader, a man for Iranians loyal to the Ayatollah to concentrate their hate on. The man will be assassinated while Iran is being taken over, and his opponents will think they have foiled the overthrow of power by assassinating him. But they will find out later he was merely a decoy and that they played into the plans of the Antichrist.

"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones." - Albert Einstein

But seems that Nostradamus knew.
In May 2004, members of the Italian National Library in Rome made an amazing discovery. Buried in their archives was an unknown manuscript by the famed prophet Michel Notredame, or Nostradamus (1503-1566), Da Vinci successor. This manuscript was handed down to the prophet's son and later donated by him to Pope Urban VIII. It did not surface again until now, almost four hundred years later.

Due to the pressure and scrutiny of the Inquisition, Nostradamus was forced to scramble both the meaning and the order of his quatrains. He made sure humanity would not be able to use them until we had become sophisticated enough to decode them. That time has finally arrived.

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What are the microarchitecural differences between 32 and 64 bit X86?

Register set extensions

X86-64 defines eight new integer registers named r8-r15. These registers are encoded using special REX prefix and so using them in non-64-bit instruction implies instruction length growth by 1 byte. They are named as follows:

rXb for 8 bit register (containing the lowest byte of the 64-bit value)
rXw for 16 bits
rXd for 32 bits
rX for 64 bits

Where X stands for integer in the range of 8 to 16.

Original integer registers keeps their irregular names and the 64-bit versions of the 32-bit registers eax, edx, exc, ebx, esi, esi, edi, esp and ebp are now called rax, rdx, rcx, rbx, rsi, rdi, rsp and respectivetly rbp.

The new registers can be used in the same places as the old ones, except for implicit register usage. Some instructions implicitly use specific fixed registers, e.g. as shift counters, source and destination for string operations, etc.

Extended 8-bit instructions

Instructions with REX prefix change behaviour of 8-bit register parts so that all registers can be accessed as 8-bit registers. The upper halves (ah, dh, ch, bh) are replaced by lower halves of next 4 registers (sil, dil, spl, bpl). Then the rules described above are applied.

Unfortunatly some instructions require a REX prefix, so you can't use upper halves together with addresses requiring REX prefix:

addb %ah, (%r10) # Invalid instruction.

64bit instructions

By default most operations remain 32-bit and the 64-bit counterparts are invoked by the fourth bit in the REX prefix. This means that each 32-bit instruction has it's natural 64-bit extension and that extended registers are for free in 64-bit instructions.

To write 64bit instructions, use 'q' as a suffix (q for 'quad-word'):

movl $1, %eax # 32-bit instruction
movq $1, %rax # 64-bit instruction

Exceptions from this rule are instructions manipulating the stack (push, pop, call, ret, enter and leave) which are implicitly 64-bit and their 32-bit counterparts are not available anymore, yet their 16-bit counterparts are. So:

pushl %eax # Illegal instruction
pushq %rax # 1 byte instruction encoded as pushl %eax in 32 bits
pushq %r10 # 2 byte instruction encoded as pushl preceeded by REX.

Implicit zero extend

Results of 32-bit operations are implicitly zero extended to 64-bit values. This differs from 16 and 8 bit operations, that don't affect the upper part of registers. This can be used for code size optimisations in some cases, such as:

movl $1, %eax # one byte shorter movq $1, %rax
xorq %rax, %rax # three byte equivalent of mov $0,%rax
andl $5, %eax # equivalent for andq $5, %eax


Immediate values inside instructions remain 32 bits and their value is sign extended to 64 bits before calculation. This means that:

addq $1, %rax # Valid instruction
addq $0x7fffffff, %rax # As this
addq $0xffffffffffffffff, %rax # as this one
addq $0xffffffff, %rax # Invalid instruction
addl $0xffffffff, %eax # Valid instruction

Only exception from this rule are the moves of constant to registers that have 64bit form. This means:

movl 1, %eax # 5 byte instruction
movq 1, %rax # 7 byte instruction
movq 0xffffffffffffffff, %rax # 7 byte instruction
movq 0x1122334455667788, %rax # 10 byte instruction
movq 0xffffffff, %rax # 10 byte instruction
movl 0xffffffff, %eax # 5 byte instruction equivalent to above

You may write symbolic expressions as operands to both 64-bit and 32-bit operations. For 32-bit operations they result in zero extending relocations, while in 64-bit operations they result in sign extending ones.

movl $symb, %eax # 5 byte instruction
movq $symb, %rax # 7 byte instruction

So in case you know that the symbol is in the first 32 bits, you should use 32bit instructions whenever possible.

To load a symbol as 64-bit value, you need to use movabs instruction, that is a synonym for mov only changes the default behaviour:

movandq %symb, %rax # 11 byte instruction


Similarly as immediates, the displacements are also sign extended and pretty much the same rules apply to them. X86-64 defines a special form of move instruction having 64-bit displacement and similarly, as for immediates, it is implicitly used when the value is known to not fit at compilation time and you need to use movabs to force a 64-bit relocation:

movl 0x1, %eax # load with 32bit sign extended relocation
movl 0xffffffff, %eax # load with 64bit relocation
movl symb, %eax # load with 32bit sign extended relocation
movabsl symb, %eax # load with 64bit sign extended relocation

Loads and stores with 64-bit displacement are available only for the eax instruction.

RIP relative addressing

X86-64 defines a new instruction pointer relative addressing mode to simplify writing of position independent code. The original displacement-only addressing of are overwritten by this one and displacement only is now encoded by one of the redundant SIB form. This means that RIP relative addressing is actually cheaper than displacement only.

To encode this addressing, just write rip as yet another register:

movl $0x1, 0x10(%rip)

will store the value 0x1 10 bytes after the end of the instruction.

Symbolic relocation will be implicitly RIP relative, so

movl $0x1, symb(%rip)

Will write 0x1 to the address of symbol "symb".

FIXME: This looks particularly confusing in the Intel syntax [symb+rip] suggest different location than [symb]. Suggestions for better syntax with symbols?

You are recommended to use RIP relative addressing whenever possible to reduce code size.

The RIP relative branch instructions are still encoded equally to 32bit mode. This means that they are implicitly RIP relative and "*" is used to switch to absolute form.

R13 addressing limitations

The R13 is upper-half equivalent of RBP, that is used in MODRM encoding to escape out into SIB. The R13 also does the encoding (to prevent REX prefix from changing instruction length), so pretty much same limitations to RBP addressing apply to the R13. This means that


is not encodable and:


must be used.

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Bloggers win Apple

Bloggers win Apple.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation says that a Court of Appeal in the State of California has ruled in favour of that organisation's petition that said the Powerpage web site journalists - or bloggers - had the same right to protect the confidentiality of their sources as any other media.

Apple Computer had sued the PowerPage and Apple Insider websites in 2004 to find out who had leaked for the information published in articles about a Firewire audio interface code-named Asteroid. As Apple argued that bloggers were not proper journalists and because of that, didn't have the right to protect their sources, the case is seen as the first real test of bloggers' rights.

At first, things were looking dire as a trial court upheld Apple's subpoena for discovery of emails and unpublished material from PowerPage's provider Nfox. This was however overturned by the appeals court as unenforceable as Apple had violated US federal law by not subpoenaing the account holder directly.

This is of course great news for bloggers and online journalists in the USA. There is now a precedent set that says online journalism isn't "illegitimate news", which is very important indeed.

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Friday, May 26, 2006

AMD's striking new fab announcement on May 29th

AMD will steal public interest in front of Intel's nose. New fab in 2008 and a new roadmap will be announced by the end of this month. I am eagerly waiting to see how AMD will do it, ramping fab 36 (picture left) and simultaneously building a new fab worth $4,8+ Billion.

Is that the real reason why Dell dared to lose Intel's benefits? I wouldn't like to be now in skin of Intel's investor. Nothing is guaranteed anymore.

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Dell lost Intel's benefits

No more such a things after AMD's antitrust law suit. Psyhologically, explanation is that after incredible disappointment and pain, deprivation follows.But, I am not so sure that Intel will feel any better after. Especially in financial sense. Now, when AMD is not capacity constrained any more.

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Top Conroe peaks at 2,93 Ghz

Honestly, 2,93GHz Conroe XE (Core 2 Extreme)(65nm, 4MB L2, Dual Core, 1066FSB)
model X6800 costs $999.Though, there were some "confident" reports on its 4,5Ghz. By the way, top Conroe clock is (s)lower than current Celeron's. Yeah, Pentium Extreme Edition 965 is overclocked up to 5,8Ghz so what? Never in practice. Beside, even before its life cycles started, Conroe seems less overclockable than the old, dying PEE 965, at the end of its life!? Isn't that a bit weird? Telling us something about Conroe future clock ambitions. And pretty short life cycle. Compare with Conroe March leak at badhardware. Then Intel was much more optimistic. Only two months ago.

Segment H1 2006 H2 2006 H1 2007
Extreme Presler XE (Pentium Extreme Edition)
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, 1066FSB, HT, VT)

965 (3.73GHz)
955 (3.46GHz)
Conroe XE (Core 2 Extreme)
(65nm, 4MB L2, Dual Core, 1066FSB)

X6800 (2.93GHz)
Kentsfield XE
(65nm, 2 x 4MB L2, Quad Core)

Presler (Pentium D)
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, 800FSB, VT)

960 (3.6GHz)
950 (3.4GHz)
940 (3.2GHz)
930 (3.0GHz)
920 (2.8GHz)

Conroe (Core 2 Duo)
(65nm, 4MB L2, Dual Core, 1066FSB)

E6700 (2.67GHz)
E6600 (2.4GHz)
E6400 (2.13GHz)

E6300 (1.86GHz)
E4200 (2.66GHz, 800FSB)

Presler (Pentium D)
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, 800FSB)

945 (3.4GHz)
925 (3.0GHz)
915 (2.8GHz)

(65nm, 2 x 4MB L2, Quad Core)

Value Prescott-V (Celeron D)
(90nm, 256KB L2, 533FSB)

355 (3.33GHz)
346 (3.0GHz)
336 (2.8GHz)
Cedarmill-V (Celeron D)
(65nm, 512KB L2, 533FSB)

360 (3.46GHz)
356 (3.33GHz)
352 (3.20GHz)
(65nm, 512KB L2, 533/800FSB)


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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Did you know 2?

I didn't. But I know now, after Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 movie.
There is only single one son in Iraq, from all of the 535 US Congressmen, that actually represent traditional American values . Perhaps he breaks the Law, must be some Law that forbids sons of those who launched unjustified aggression to Iraq to go there. So no more of them there. On the contrary, worried Congressmen couldn't concentrate on the next war prepares. Say against Iran, this time. Or perhaps, the sons are just like the fathers. Unable to live normally even in peace.

By the way, is that one, the only right Congressmen son, pictured left perhaps?. I am sure that few hundreds other sons couldn't be pictured in Iraq, from the simple reason not being there. And the other soldiers have no motives to support Bush, who escaped Vietnam war, you guess, as a son of Congressman.
Or motif to protect their country, being no any WMD have been found there, ever. Nor previously any Iraq terrorism link, due to Fahrenheit 9/11.

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Google dumps news sites that criticize radical Islam

Google indirectly supports terrorism! Because, Google dumps news sites that criticize radical Islam as a "hate speech". Search engine giant Google has cut off its news relationship with a number of online news publications that include frank discussions of radical Islam – the New Media Journal becoming the latest termination, as its owner just discovered.

Nasty Google bans frank discussions as "hate speach" that should justify killing of civilians abroad, because some countries (not the UN assembly) gave US licence do do it freely.
Israel has too right to kill and torture civilians without criminal charges, so any ban in support of it is support for terrorism. Thus, Google is too the antisemite !

What, without existing court for those criminal charges, those people have right of their own to defend themself? But, Israel in Palestine and US in Iraq are freedom champions in a holy war.
What ,we don't live in the middle age?! So excessive grants might be abused. That is pure support for terrorism. Historically, do you know for terrorism in the Inquisition age?. No, of course not. What again? There were no human rights then?
You can see American people enjoy freely at Guantanamo on the picture left, after hard everyday Inquisition? work.. Why after some investigation work on 1 Billion Muslim people, the whole World shouldn't enjoy? Only is needed to previously support frank Zionistic news at Google.Are human rights more important than the fight against terrorism? Hmm, I thought economy questions were the main reason why people vote at the elections. Right, so Big Brother gives you a chance to forget it, and concentrate solely on anti terrorism fight, as your only life interest.
Thus, when it will stop finally?

Enough with these idiotic questions. Enough. In the name of democracy: SHUT UP !!

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Intel's server processor roadmap

Do you see Itanium on map ? Please click on picture left and try in a higher resolution. I failed. Probably because of striking similarity with AMD-s Green server plans, that don't rely on Itanium architecture in a try to stop global warming .

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AMD aims to take 15% of notebook market this year

AMD aims to see 12 million notebooks use its CPUs this year, or 15% of the global notebook market, according to industry sources.

Intel has dominated the notebook market for years, with AMD having had less than 10% of the market. However, with the recent addition of the Turion 64X2 processors to its product range, AMD is now well equipped to boost its market share, the sources commented.

The sources revealed that over half of Hewlett Packard (HP) notebooks use AMD processors, and these models are chiefly for the European and American markets. For Acer, the AMD proportion is 35%, the sources added.

Yet another incredible disappointment for Intel?.

Major notebook makers estimate worldwide notebook shipments will reach 80 million units this year, the sources said.

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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

EUV applied for 22nm chips at earliest

Finally, a truth on bad hardware. No Intel's EUV before 22 nm litography. And that might be in the year 2013, if we are big optimists. Left is an SANDIA LAB experimental EUV wafer. However, I wonder will this 130mm? wafer be more productive than the 450mm ones made by standard light sources tools ? In the meantime, what is Intel's weapon for destroying rising AMD ?
A few years ago it was assumed to be just ... EUV in 2007, than in 2009, now who knows when. I must warn you that from 22nm to 13nm what is EUV wavelenght there is only one interim generation , that one of 18nm. But, is EUV technology worth bothering at all, for only 3 usable generations? However, after this latest EUV delay, I am not so sure about it.

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Intel CEO Otellini 'incredibly disappointed' by Dell's AMD decision

Intel CEO Otellini 'incredibly disappointed' by Dell's AMD decision.
"While this is an incredibly disappointing announcement," writes Otellini, "it is not totally surprising.
Eh,oh. However, AMD's sufficiently unexpected strike from back must hurt a lot. Please, note the following part in the Otellini's memo:
We exist inside of an extremely competitive industry and we have always had to work hard to win every piece of ."

Seems that after many years, Intel only now became aware of that fact !? .

Following last week's announcement that Dell will buy servers using AMD processors, today's Chinese-language Apple Daily is reporting that Foxconn Electronics (the registered trade name of Hon Hai Precision Industry) will produce high-end servers that use AMD Opteron dual-core processors for Dell, with the products expected to launch before year-end. The report also estimated that the order would account for only 10-20% of Dell's overall server shipments. Badhardware notes that is still far below AMD's server world average of 30%, but anything is better than nothing.

OK, let me conclude. AMD could hurt even more. Up to 50% server market. Here is one of the proofs:
Chartered to Boost AMD Production Capacities in July.

More on AMD's competitiveness.

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Monday, May 22, 2006

AMD cores F,G,H

Somewhat expanded prediction already given recently. Nothing radical at AMD, but evolutional changes through the next core generations.

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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Bull's revenge

Seems that something went wrong with an traditional show outcome, public around actually came for to see, after the latest Dell announcement.
Because, after the latest launch of new Opteron in 65nm , due to Merill Linch report, Intel's share in servers will drop for 4%. So what, Intel will conquire at least 4% with new Woodrest!. With God's help. But, 4 socket Opterons are the most profitable processors, with unbeatable margins.

Nietzsche would like to say poetically: What didn't kill me, will make me stronger. And what better demonstrates that rule truthfulness in practice, than the painful revenge of wounded bull (picture left)? Frankly, my visions doesn't relate to bull literally, but to something having that in its name. Bulldozer, perhaps, but with the same effects. Alas, seems that Intel's strategists don't like Nietzsche readings, being he was accused on Nazi connections, and being too paranoid schizophrenic in the end of his life? However, didn't just Intel itself make decades of success driven by quite unusual motto and the same business approach: Only paranoids survive?.

Following last week's announcement that Dell will buy servers using AMD processors, today's Chinese-language Apple Daily is reporting that Foxconn Electronics (the registered trade name of Hon Hai Precision Industry) will produce high-end servers that use AMD Opteron dual-core processors for Dell, with the products expected to launch before year-end. The report also estimated that the order would account for only 10-20% of Dell's overall server shipments. Badhardware notes that is still far below AMD's server world average of 30%, but anything is better than nothing.

I am warning people with bad nerves to jump over the picture left below, because that picture from Hong Kong is not the fake one, nor the airplane slightly above is driven by the terrorists. But, what better illustrate investors all dangerous of wrong, sub target business approach in publicity? Anyway, one good image is better than thousand words. And finally, last picture right, shows Dell business preditions for 1Q 2007. After years of Intel only high routes flying, without any doubt, their business strategy flies dangerously low this year.

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Friday, May 19, 2006

How small feel without Big brother ?

Definitely, they need Big Brother.

Hmmm, let me think about it relaxed, without the prejudices. Who is naive and who is the animal in political stories of that type?

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Thursday, May 18, 2006

AMD new core details

Dell adopts new AMD Opteron in 65nm. Yes, Dell will use Woodcrest too, but for weaker server configurations. Poor Itanium. R.I.P. Indeed. One more detail: Opteron will ,thanks to Dell, reach 30% of market in 2006, instead of planned 26%. Does it mean 4% less for Intel?

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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

9/11 on 9/12 proved

After five long years of hiding Pentagon attacks, surveliance video is finally released . We now know that all hiding was actually needed to convinct one of terrorists, so now plot is definetely "proved" and invasion on Iraq is justified, because premature releasing of such a video would only prove internal plot in Pentagon in 2001. Now, all should be finally "convinced". WHY NOT IMMEDIATELY AFTER 9/11 ? Because on that crucial video you can see that event happened on 9/12. Aliens at work or what? And this perfectly synchronized operation with invisible passenger plane did a group of illiteral islamic terrorists at the intellectual level of cave men, what they are literally even at this moment. Strangely enough, US security company that allowed so many simultaneous airplane hijacks on 9/11 is a leading Zionist US organisation with a decades of word's top security experince in the Middle East intelligence and counter hijacking. And only Israel and some financial and petrol companies inside US had a lot of benefits after 9/11 attacks. Who else? Afganistan? Iraq? Oil dependant countries? Suspiciously enough, Minister of defence remained after all in his chair??? That way he was punished for the first ever hit to Pentagon in history, including all the previous wars?

The most important part of video is sequence 5 seconds after impact, what was censored in first BBC report in March 2002. IT TOOK 5 seconds for explosion flash to reach surveliance camera. In normal video you will not see explosion moment because flash would reach and blind camera before even one sequence (like one above) might be completed. In 5 seconds light flash might reach twice to the distance of Moon and back.But couldn't reach surveilance camera only a few hundreds feets away!!. THUS, REAL PROOF OF PENTAGON ATTACK WOULD BE NO VISIBLE MOMENT OF IMPACT VIDEO. !!! Just like airplane is missing because is passed through yard and the field of camera visibility in less than a half second at the speed of half of speed of sound.This way, it only shows someone's wish to convince court and publicity in its own 9/11 event version.

The most plausible explanation that this shot above is actually a moment of firening missile from Pentagon OUTSIDE (seen at previously sequence as a shadow) and surveilance video is showed in reversed sequence. So, no remnants found outside of building. Yes, white cloud is steam out of missile catapult in that case. Yes, missile should have the wings to fly so low, what is not a problem when it is ignited on time.

By the way, obviously no any part of huge Boeing, bigger that the window of Pentagon, is flying around in the moment of explosion? Just as firefighters found soon after: No remnants. That must be then implosion of Boeing, not explosion, what is impossible. Thus, no airplane there, but a guided multistage missile for breaking Pentagon hardened walls doing first, than making implosion inside building that will suck missile remnants inside building , not to be found by firefighters outside but to be covered in a second by falling department roof, and simulatenously directed explosion of missile's second aerosole charge towards outside for making visual effects for TV nets .But, if someone made in the same moment of fake explosion without trails, a controllable implosion inside the Pentagon building, number of victims would be minimized and the number of "confident" eyewhitnesses maximized. BBC analysis shows 4 impact events, not only one, as we might expect in a 4 seconds time frame, if this video is a real proof of Pentagon attack.By coincidence, airplane "hit" just into the closed part of Pentagon, being under reconstruction !!! Strangely, surveilance camera for reconstruction part is missing??? But it would show hole in the wall and explain everything. However probably reconstructions of Pentagon in Bush time were made without any surveilance, so we can't expect something like that. Or its video is removed because it shows something unwanted? At least, in Pentagon are employed experts for special weapons able to do it, not the housewifes. Experts that know what is the best angle for shoting after shooting, if they want to hide something.
As weapon amateur, I could only guess that it is a prove of explosion of mighty aerosol bomb, that doesn't leave any trail.
Anything from dynamite to compressed air could be used to create an aerosol of the material, or it could be dumped from the air using crop dusters.
Recently it has often been stated that such a bomb would be unlikely to harm more than a few people and hence it would be no more deadly than a conventional bomb.
The aerosol weapons have been suggested as a possible terror weapon in order to create panic in densely populated areas.

Briefly, a lot of panic and TV net visual effects, but minimal number of victims.Deja vue.Similar messages were sent on police teletype networks, though in many cases officers had trouble convincing the public that the story they'd heard was fictional. One man called the Bronx Police Headquarters and stated:"They're bombing New Jersey!""How do you know?" inquired an officer."I heard it on the radio," the voice replied. "Then I went to the roof and I could see the smoke from the bombs, drifting over toward New York. What shall I do?"

Compare that with recently released phone(y) tapes of New York attacks.A frequent Hollywood movie scenario?.Applied for Twins, where were no airplane remnants too (fierce explosion that melted even Twins pillars was blamed, but hijacker passport somehow miraculously survived complete airplane evaporation to prove a plot, because Pentagon attack proofs known to be a long time hmmm ... absent !. White flame you see on "prove video" is actually part of aerosol cloud not yet exploded in the "proved" moment of "impact" of nonexisting airplane. Try to desintegrate Boeing's tail (without atomic weapons used) at such precision, by any mean, under any conditions. In one plane explosion in the air , some 30 years ago, one woman survived in passenger airplane tail, even after it fell from the height od 30000 feets into the ground. Thus, real prove for court claimes on video above can not exist, up to the Doom Day. I don't defend terrorism of any kind, but isn't this obvious kind of state terorism , contiunued in the court? After one fake trial (like this one) was made against one Jew named Dreyfus in 1895 (111 years ago) in Paris, the whole world jumped against, and it is not forgot even today. This time, French Government was guilty again, because they wouldn't like to believe in this funny video.
But, average people were convinced up to such detail that refused and boycotted French cheeses and wines.
I think that all previous prove that Big Brother strikes back. I mean that's why Big Brother had a strong reason to do it. But where is the motif? It was publicly announced when it was thought that things where done properly: Republicans (actually Big Brother society) will rule the USA (and the rest of World, but Middle East primarily, by decades !!!! However, something got screwed up later, so that splendid plan(e) was quietly retracted. At this moment Big Brother has public approval less than 30%.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

AMD G,H cores

Today we got K8 F core. Next logical step is core G in 2007, see The Inq's picture left. But, only for 4 core Opterons, by the mid of 2007. Someones call it K8L. Shouldn't be better named K8G, hehe?

Core H? Isn't better call it K9, a new core? It shoud be equipped with SSE4 and a new design of 128bit floating point (for that very design The Inq journalist initially though as a K8L !). And finally, I think that K9 should be actually non crippled K8, as it was originally envisioned yet before 2002 !. Thus through many delays and evolution AMD lost the whole one core number. What we actually have now below the K8 trade mark, is only improved K7. I hope this will relief confusion with AMD core names. Or it will make it even worse. :) Anyway L3 is only in 2H 2008, due to this table left, just in time for new core.

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Intel delays 45nm until mid 2008

Intel delays 45nm until mid 2008.
They will not be made with 45nm technology as Intel is not expected to release the first 45nm processors until the middle of 2008.
Interestingly, badhardware predicts no K9 core at AMD until mid 2008. Thus, both companies might strike at the same moment, just as was the case many times previously. Intel's top guns will be 45nm Nehalem core based mobile Penryn and desktop Wolfdale. AMD will respond with new K9 (or named K8L), though still in 65nm. But quite competitive to Intel's. However, Woodcrest is on time to be delivered no later than the June 25th.
The first Quad Core Xeon CloverTown will debut in Q1 of 2007.

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Monday, May 15, 2006

AMD's 65nm line starts in December

HKEPC has received news from a motherboard manufacturer that AMD will start supplying 65nm CPUs in December 2006, first for the OEM market. Interestingly, it will nicely fit with delayed Vista. The consumer market will get theirs in Quarter 1 of 2007, first in Dual Core variants only, including Athlon 64x2 4200+ (2.2Ghz/512KB L2 x2), Athlon 64x2 4400+ (2.2GHz/1MB L2 x2), Athlon 64x2 4600+ (2.4GHz/512KB L2 x2) and Athlon 64x2 4800+ (2.4GHz/1MB L2 x2). The higher-end models however, such as Athlon 64x2 5000+ (2.6GHz/512KB L2 x2), Athlon 64x2 5200+ (2.6GHz/1MB L2 x2), Athlon 64x2 5400+ (2.8GHz/512KB L2 x2), FX-62(2.8GHz/1MB L2 x2) and FX-64(3.0GHz/1MB L2 x2) will still remain on 90nm process during this transition period.

The new 65nm AMD Athlon 64x2 cores will be code-named Brisbane, and will be manufactured using Stress Memorization and 3rd generation Strained Silicon technology, enhancing electronic conductivity by up to 42%, and enabling lower power consumption. As badhardware found earlier, we have here actually only a low powered shrink. Compare yourself the same performance processors in 90nm and 65nm. however, people at Anandtech are still unable to make a distinction. Core F in 90 nm must be architecturally the same as 65nm Brisbane, because Brisbane is its shrink. However, beside lower die area, 65nm is much better in power consumption and that is where AMD will hit. Thus except pure shrink, no new K8L anywhere in sight until perhaps 2008, as badhardware already found. But not all share my opinion.

Interestingly to note, Intel will have real 65nm comparative advantage only in a single, 4th quarter, but without Vista software their top guns are only a pieces of hardware, after Bill Gates found long time ago. Will it be enough to smash AMD? Anyway, AMD will cheaply sell off its remaining 90nm product line in 4th quarter and switch immediately after to 65nm. Nothing rosy for Intel is left. Here. And here. Because, AMD doesn't sleep on its laurels. Really.

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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Bad sector files for good DRM protection

Heise online discovered this protection scheme that Sony has been using for its recently removed DRM protection. Technology is provided by Korean company Setec. Actually problem with this scheme is its systematic violation of customers privacy. Quite similar we have currently with tapping telecom afair. They too traded privacy for protection.

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Antipatriots sued wiretappers for $50B

How they don't understand that it was only private fight against terrorism
Under telecommunications law, the phone companies are at risk for at least $1,000 per person whose records they disclosed without a court order, according to Orin Kerr, a former federal prosecutor and assistant professor at George Washington University.
And that nobody will get their tapping resuts? Nothing like to be spammed around or used for journalists blackmailing? Anyway, if Lawsuit is worth $50B, follows that there is at least 50M tapped in the US. If there is 150M adults with unique phone account, on average every third American citizen with voting right is possible terroist !?
That number nicely fits with that one of those voted against the president at the last elections!
In other words: ALL not blindly supporting me are terrorists !
Let me try to gues how process will develop: AT&T, BellSouth and Verison will invite President himself as a whitness of defense, because he personally gave an unauthorized order against the law?

What about Iraqi's shootings
? Could relatives of thousands of dead American soldiers sue too? Because of this?A high-ranking military officer reveals how Defense Department extremists suppressed information and twisted the truth to drive the country to war.

Though, President himself revealed once to Palestinian authorities that no one else, but All Mighty God ordered him immediate Iraq invasion. How anyone could argue with God?
I would say probably military God, behind the Oval office curtains. Ancient Romans would say: Deux ex machina.

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