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FEATURED VIDEO: Understanding the Need for a Copyright Small Claims System. At YouTube, the caption says: "http://PPA.com/Advocacy CopyrightDefense.com See why a Small Claims system is vital to your photography business! It may surprise you to learn that the majority of copyright holders in the United States are mom-and-pop businesses, the majority of which are professional photographers. Our current one-size-fits-all copyright system leaves out most visual artists. It works for low-volume, high-value creators - motion picture creators, recording arists, etc. - but is largely ineffective for small creative businesses like professional photographers, hence the need for a Small Claims system to deal with infringements of photographs and other visual works. #CopyrightProtection #SmallClaims About PPA: Professional Photographers of America (PPA) is the world's largest non-profit photography association organized for professional photographers, by professional photographers…and with over 29,000 creative members in more than 50 countries. Learn more about PPA at PPA.com/Join"PPA.com/Advocacy CopyrightDefense.com See why a Small Claims system is vital to your photography business! It may surprise you to learn that th... ...

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Strongly urging caution against the pro-Intel slant of Puget Systems. In response to AMD's Zen 2 rollout that challenged their pure Intel inventory, Puget's benchmarks are clearly biased against AMD, and they are banning all adverse comments. Here are some comments that they retreated from, with an emotional ban, though this is merely factual:

Responding to employee William George:

"1. 3200 MHz is not the upper bounds as you claim; AMD itself (not third parties) describes a "sweet spot" of 3733 MHz as the median characteristic of Zen 2 capability, as you admit. Intel is simply far below that. Why not deal in the real world, incorporating what's available even at bargain pricing like a simple pair of 16gb x 2 DRAM chips clocking at 3600 MHz for under $140?
2. We see you saying that the AMD stock cooler is decent. Is that what it comes down to? You are literally comparing benchmarks, and throwing a top-grade cooler onto the Intel, and putting a jalopy onto the AMD. The pretension of "qualifying" a cooler is beyond silly; as they say in the legal world, "asked and answered." Puget can add nothing to the gigantic universe of insight on the difference between AMD's stock cooler, and a Noctua.
3. Yes, again, you are clearly trying to create a level playing field for Intel's benefit, instead of issuing a proper penalty for Intel's implicit lack of capability. Indeed, you "forced a limit" on AMD, because Intel can't play game.
4. Everyone should visit the "Products" menu link at the top of this page, and note how every single one is Intel. It's merely a buried footnote that you are willing to build an AMD system if paid enough."

Responding to employee Matt Bach:

"I see you concluding that any critical comment limited to benchmarks here, is an "attack" rather than a "discussion," and you are threatening to ban anything you perceive that way (an actual ban, as opposed to responding with facts). That will hurt your credibility, since your business is built upon claims of objective trust. In that regard, if you claim a "vendetta," it's not that -- just caveat emptor advocacy on behalf of consumers, especially when a business is (again) built on a "trust us" reputation, which invites scrutiny.

See my comments in response to William George above, if they survive your threat of banning any adverse comments. But regarding RAM speed, the XMP 2.0 memory profile is not nearly pushing the limits, or overclocking, RAM at 3600 MHz. Intel remains far behind. And regarding the cooler, how is it relevant to anyone else that you use open-air test beds? Comparisons are...comparisons, right? You threw a much worse cooler on the AMD compared to the Intel, plain and simple.

When you examine "how RAM speed affects performance," you'll want to incorporate the way that AMD's architecture is even more favorably affected by clock frequency than latency, for one example."
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Strongly urging caution against the pro-Intel slant of Puget Systems. In response to AMDs Zen 2 rollout that challenged their pure Intel inventory, Pugets benchmarks are clearly biased against AMD, and they are banning all adverse comments. Here are some comments that they retreated from, with an emotional ban, though this is merely factual:

Responding to employee William George:

1. 3200 MHz is not the upper bounds as you claim; AMD itself (not third parties) describes a sweet spot of 3733 MHz as the median characteristic of Zen 2 capability, as you admit. Intel is simply far below that. Why not deal in the real world, incorporating whats available even at bargain pricing like a simple pair of 16gb x 2 DRAM chips clocking at 3600 MHz for under $140?
2. We see you saying that the AMD stock cooler is decent. Is that what it comes down to? You are literally comparing benchmarks, and throwing a top-grade cooler onto the Intel, and putting a jalopy onto the AMD. The pretension of qualifying a cooler is beyond silly; as they say in the legal world, asked and answered. Puget can add nothing to the gigantic universe of insight on the difference between AMDs stock cooler, and a Noctua.
3. Yes, again, you are clearly trying to create a level playing field for Intels benefit, instead of issuing a proper penalty for Intels implicit lack of capability. Indeed, you forced a limit on AMD, because Intel cant play game.
4. Everyone should visit the Products menu link at the top of this page, and note how every single one is Intel. Its merely a buried footnote that you are willing to build an AMD system if paid enough.

Responding to employee Matt Bach:

I see you concluding that any critical comment limited to benchmarks here, is an attack rather than a discussion, and you are threatening to ban anything you perceive that way (an actual ban, as opposed to responding with facts).  That will hurt your credibility, since your business is built upon claims of objective trust.  In that regard, if you claim a vendetta, its not that -- just caveat emptor advocacy on behalf of consumers, especially when a business is (again) built on a trust us reputation, which invites scrutiny.

See my comments in response to William George above, if they survive your threat of banning any adverse comments.  But regarding RAM speed, the XMP 2.0 memory profile is not nearly pushing the limits, or overclocking, RAM at 3600 MHz.  Intel remains far behind.  And regarding the cooler, how is it relevant to anyone else that you use open-air test beds?  Comparisons are...comparisons, right?  You threw a much worse cooler on the AMD compared to the Intel, plain and simple.

When you examine how RAM speed affects performance, youll want to incorporate the way that AMDs architecture is even more favorably affected by clock frequency than latency, for one example.

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FEATURED VIDEO: Part 2 - RED MINI-MAG - Things you only thought you knew.. At YouTube, the caption says: "Fallen victim to Red’s false representation and/or their failure to disclose correct information? Let’s talk! Email your details to redvictim@jinnitech.com Together, we’re stronger! Part 2 of a series to explain RED Digital Cinema: A comprehensive and an essential guide to the RED MINI-MAG (and REDMAG) SSD every RED user and every cinematographer "MUST KNOW". RED claims they "invented" the RED MINI-MAG device, and they developed their own IP and SSD firmware for it, and that RED MINI-MAG has significantly less card errors than other companies using even reputable generic media, (and so theirs is superior to a generic one) and RED spends millions of dollars testing, certifying and QCing every media they ship. Red claims the RED MINI-MAG device is made in the USA. RED also claimed that (as of March 2017) RED MINI-MAG is a patented technology. More about Red patents in upcoming future videos. Link to Mr. Brent Carter statements: www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?150422-All-Out-of-1TB-MINI-MAGs/page4"Fallen victim to Red’s false representation and/or their failure to disclose correct information? Let’s talk! Email your details to redvictim@jinnitech.com T... ...

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