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Where is x79?
Check my post above yours.
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Where is x79?
x79 = SB-E.
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x79 = LGA 2011 / SNB-E.
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Looking at that information on the X-79/LGA 2011 motherboard/socket, it doesn't mention anything about native USB 3.0 Support, nor does it talk about Thunderbolt, which I've read would come natively when Ivy Bridge is out. How does that work?

Can they add that stuff to the motherboards with LGA1155, which was mentioned in the discussions above to be the mainstream Ivy Bridge socket?
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It funny that you use something that JF-AMD said as gold, he's said several times he only deals in the server market and he also said and I quote "Bulldozer will not be backward compatible with AM3"

We all know what happened there.
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Needs moar radiation hardening on the roadmap before all google searches turn into dak tak lak pak.

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This will buy AMD some time. If they can deliver Enhanced Bulldozer in Q2 of 2012 they won't be as behind Intel as before.

And again, Sandy Bridge-E does not compete with Bulldozer. Bulldozer and Sandy Bridge are Performance CPUs/platforms; Sandy Bridge-E is an Enthusiast CPU/platform and therefore has no competition.
    
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I've been saying that LGA2011 is SB-E all along, so how exactly is it fixed?
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It funny that you use something that JF-AMD said as gold, he's said several times he only deals in the server market and he also said and I quote "Bulldozer will not be backward compatible with AM3"

We all know what happened there.
I know he's been wrong ( I've called him out on it too ) and how am I using it as "Gold"? He's an AMD rep, and perhaps you should point fingers at AMD for not providing their reps with more reliable info?

That blog post I linked was after their Financial Analyst day, and all of it sounded pretty official:
http://blogs.amd.com/work/2010/11/09...l-analyst-day/

I also cited:
http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/dis...Gen_Chips.html

There's also this road map that points to the June 20th release date:


AMD also denied that there any delays, so we'll see how it all turns out.
http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news...lay2c-but.aspx

If there's any other info I missed, please do share it. I know almost as much info as anyone who has been following BD news, as you know, there's not that much we have to go by.

Now, can we keep this thread on topic?
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Well if you know as much as anyone else then why are you acting as though you know more ?

As for pointing fingers at AMD, well yes there has been a bit of misinformation, also JF-AMD as I had said is a "SERVER GUY" so he knows as much about the consumer product as you or I, which evidently isn't much.
So I think it's a case of sites coming up with fiction, which has been dispelled by AMD themselves.

As another note, I think that when it comes to intel sticking to their roadmap they are top notch.
But what people have to remember is that Intel doesn't have to be secretive about what they are doing because a lot of what they are doing has already been done before in their previous the SB.

AMD on the other hand have to be, this is big and new and why would they want trade secrets going out to Intel ?
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