We Have AMD's Top-Secret "Stardust" System | Tear-Down & Hands-On
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TIMESTAMPS00:00 - AMD Stardust02:18 - What We Got & What We’re Missing05:48 - How AMD Stardust Works07:07 - Power Reporting & Uses in Calculating Design08:57 - Where AMD Stardust Comes into Play13:56 - Tear-Down & Open21:32 - Conclusion
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