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I did not see any more details on that 3, however I'm wondering how he can image all the part number?
btw if he can, I'd suggest AMD maybe can hire him for his marketing strategy talent
Edited by landyzhu - 5/20/11 at 1:27pm
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Originally Posted by Talon95;13576670 
That picture the OP posted is fake. Even if this is just a rumour, its not a very believable one. Processor speeds at ~500MHz? Give me a break.. rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif

Its showing the GPU clocks speed, not the processor speeds.
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If thats correct (if) it will be interesting to see how well the 6 and 4 core chips perform since they're about evenly split in price difference vs the i5-2500k.

AMD has been notorious for over-inflated release prices though - the C2 955 released at $245 and the 1090T released at $300, they're now around $115 to $190 respectively.

It seems if the past few years is any indications, AMD will release these chips with excessive price tags, the die hard fans will lap them up and AMD will take that to the bank. Then when the reviews/performance numbers start to set home, the prices will steadily drop over the course of a few months, then they'll attempt to release revisions and higher clocks to maintain their previous price points.
    
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I hope so. $320 seems a bit high for AMD, even if it is their flagship processor.
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If thats correct (if) it will be interesting to see how well the 6 and 4 core chips perform since they're about evenly split in price difference vs the i5-2500k.

AMD has been notorious for over-inflated release prices though - the C2 955 released at $245 and the 1090T released at $300, they're now around $115 to $190 respectively.

It seems if the past few years is any indications, AMD will release these chips with excessive price tags, the die hard fans will lap them up and AMD will take that to the bank. Then when the reviews/performance numbers start to set home, the prices will steadily drop over the course of a few months, then they'll attempt to release revisions and higher clocks to maintain their previous price points.
Yeah, because Intel doesn't do this at all.
The same can be said with any new product,cost is always higher at time of release.
Also,at least AMD lowers their prices after a few months,Intel takes a year or more just to drop prices.
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I hope so. $320 seems a bit high for AMD, even if it is their flagship processor.
another version (of rumor) is $500 for fx990x, any more idea?
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Yeah, because Intel doesn't do this at all.
The same can be said with any new product,cost is always higher at time of release.
Also,at least AMD lowers their prices after a few months,Intel takes a year or more just to drop prices.
Actually they don't really.

At least not the price dropping you see from AMD.

Take the i5-750/760, even with the release of SB they're still priced exactly the same. They haven't gone up or down since their release. The 750 went down a few dollars, and the 760 filled the vacant price point.

You can't buy a i7 1366 for $190 unless you go to Micro Center. They have come down a bit, however no where near what we saw from AMD.

Intel doesn't typically lower prices much if any because they set the market, AMD drops prices because they're competing in price only, as Intel has the performance numbers. AMDs job is to lower the price of their cpus until they become appealing to people who are aware of their performance.

I'm not saying one is better than the other here, I'm just noting the past as I've seen it. I can trust the i5-2500k unless replaced by something with higher stock clocks will be the same price it is now, a year from now when IB comes out. I can also trust that no matter what bulldozer releases at in a few months I'll get a much better price.
    
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