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This... now this is promising, if real.Strongly disagree. They have to make a strong showing in order to keep themselves afloat, and you don't do that by prioritizing backwards compatibility with old junk. AMD hasn't released a new higher-end chip in four years and their platform has been basically the same thing since 790FX. It's about time they leave the past.
Like pretty much every other revolutionary cancer treatment we've been hearing about in the past decade, this one too will probably end up disappearing completely. Thanks big pharma
Oh I see, my bad.Remember back when a new generation of cards meant an entire new product stack, top-to-bottom? I guess these segments aren't profitable enough to warrant much R&D anymore due to the prevalence of ever-more-powerful IGPs.
Do we know what architecture these cards are based off of?
There are review sites with an ounce of credibility that still use Sysmark? I remember seeing Sysmark 2007 thrown around a fair bit (with a grain of salt), but in the past five years or so... nope.
This is news to people? Sysmark has been known to be extremely biased and irrelevant for at least a decade. (That's part of the reason why it seems to never be used by anybody anymore, and why you've probably never even heard it mentioned in years.)
That's exactly what I feared to be the case... oh well. Thanks for the info. I can't believe that's considered an acceptable thing to do with a $130 motherboard.Isn't that board a pretty bad overclocker? Doesn't it not even have LLC? Or am I just misinformed? If it really works well I guess I'd be willing to get over MSI's whole "exploding VRMs" stigma.
Hello all, I've been having nothing but trouble with my 990FXA-UD3 rev3.0, and am looking for a replacement. Since I don't want to interfere with my build too much I was looking for a 990FX board that wouldn't clash with my color scheme (black/blue) and would allow me to not have to mess with my loop at all, which rules out boards like the M5A99FX that have the NB and VRM heatsinks attached to each other. The only board that seems to fit the bill is the ASRock Extreme6,...
Are you arguing against me or agreeing with me?My point is that this is a clear-cut case of crony capitalism where government regulatory agencies are manipulated by anti-consumer and anti-competitive megacorporations to aid their profits.Without a big government with worthless regulatory agencies, this does not happen.
Do you not find it troubling that the FCC commissioner is more concerned about corporate profit margins than the well-being of the American people and infrastructure?All of these worthless, non-democratic regulatory agencies need to be done away with.
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