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Originally Posted by LOL_Wut_Axel View Post
I don't need to work at AMD to know that. It's simple common sense. If the Quarter in which it was being released was under NDA, we wouldn't know anything about when Bulldozer is being released apart from rumors.

Many people here just make me want to give myself a quadruple facepalm.
well we dont know anything about bulldozers release apart from rumors anyways so who gives a dam "face palm"

you seem to know everything about everything
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post #102 of 219
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So no pre-release information ever released by a company was under an NDA at some point in time?

Just because information was released does not mean it wasn't under protection at one time, or that a change in that information is not currently under protection.

You should be facepalming yourself.
You're such a... *sigh*

You either have no common sense or don't know how NDA works. The quarter in which a product is released, especially when it's already been announced, is part of a corporation's roadmap and is not under NDA. What the corporation puts under NDA is the official release date.

Capiche?
    
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You do realize that JF does this on his own free time and not at the request of AMD, right?
That's not the point. Besides that, what good is his information if it's incorrect, like the socket compatibility problem?

To a limited extent, Axel is right. If the release *quarter* were under NDA, he wouldn't have been telling us Q2 all this time. Whether a delay is covered by NDA, I don't know.
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post #104 of 219
It IS true.

http://cpu.zol.com.cn/231/2310866.html





Launch Sep2011

inb4 Modelname changes
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post #105 of 219
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Does this deserve its own News Thread?

http://www.amdcomputex.com.tw/
From the above page:

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AMD is shaping the future of technology and leading a new era of computing experiences, so come experience the brilliance of AMD at 2011 Computex Taipei.
This is hilarious! Either they're super confident in their future products, or they're taking the piss out of themselves something chronic!

What's more this press release seems more about Vision than the FX chips, in fact I can't see any mention of FX anywhere on it? Looks like they're big upping Llano to me.
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post #106 of 219
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You're such a... *sigh*

You either have no common sense or don't know how NDA works. The quarter in which a product is released, especially when it's already been announced, is part of a corporation's roadmap and is not under NDA. What the corporation puts under NDA is the official release date.

Capiche?
So if they decided to change that quarter from what was originally announced due to whatever reason, anyone at the company could say anything about said change before any official announcement from the company was made? Are you that dense?

I'm not saying the current release quater is under NDA. OF COURSE IT'S NOT. That information has already been released.
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Originally Posted by toX0rz View Post
It IS true.

http://cpu.zol.com.cn/231/2310866.html





Launch Sep2011

inb4 Modelname changes
Too many conflicts regarding model names. I'm beginning to be even more weary of the information being fake. I'll just wait for an official statement from AMD.
    
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It IS true.

http://cpu.zol.com.cn/231/2310866.html





Launch Sep2011

inb4 Modelname changes
Yeah, I saw that on XS as well. Makes it hard to accept a release is only 2-3 weeks away.

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Originally Posted by purpleannex View Post
This is hilarious! Either they're super confident in their future products, or they're taking the piss out of themselves something chronic!

What's more this press release seems more about Vision than the FX chips, in fact I can't see any mention of FX anywhere on it? Looks like they're big upping Llano to me.
I'm pretty sure the Computex announcement/presentation is limited to Fusion (i.e. Llano/maybe Zacate?). I didn't see any mention of BD or FX at all.
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So if they decided to change that quarter from what was originally announced due to whatever reason, anyone at the company could say anything about said change before any official announcement from the company was made? Are you that dense?

I'm not saying the current release quater is under NDA. OF COURSE IT'S NOT. That information has already been released.
Yes. It's part of the roadmap, and it is crucial to release the information regarding the release quarter of the product.

Try to use some more common sense next time.
    
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Reminds me of EVGA and their P67 boards. Join the party 6+ months to late. Good Job AMD!
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