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There was, and still isn't an officially announced release date. Therefore, there's no "originally due" date.

Rumors say either June 7, June 20, or delayed to Q3 2011.
Hmmmmmm, I remember seeing roadmaps from back in 08/09 saying some sort of Bulldozer was going to be released on 45nm in 09 but then they cancelled it and decided to go 32nm.

Then there were the roadmaps saying middle of 2010, can't back any of this up because im going purely from memory but Im sure this has been delayed more than once.

Lets not get too far ahead of ourselves though, this rumour may be nothing more than that.
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Okay, so am I the only one who is excited about AMD getting hardware AES support? I mean this is going to drastically reduce latency for those of us who use FDE...

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There is an option to set the core affinity to a specific program in Windows. I can't remember how though...
You can definitely do this in linux.

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www.stockclock.net is for sale, but right now, your on OCN: the pursuit of performance. Over 99 percent of users would almost never use 100% of an 8 core besides stress testing. But as you see here many like me are still buying it. We just want power(and I just want my videos to render faster)
I am perfectly capable of pegging all 6 cores at the same time... but then again, computational physics is my job...
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