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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 ?
How am I acting like I know more?

I just said that I know as much as anyone else that has done any research on Bulldozer, and as you know, there's only so much info we have to go by.

If it's AMD policy to be hush hush, clearly, it's not a consistent policy. I call things how I see them, and hey, they're MY opinions, just as you're entitled to yours.


I understand why AMD has to protect their info, etc. But like others pointed out, they're not being so secretive about Llano, and in fact are hyping it up. Why aren't they doing the same for Bulldozer?

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What bothers me about you AMD fans is that you all think I'm putting down AMD, which I'm not, and you guys take things all personally. If I didn't care for BD, I wouldn't learn all about it, and I wouldn't be waiting for it to build my 2nd rig with. It's gonna be either 8 core BD or a 2600K.

At least I'm open to BOTH options, can't say the same for a lot of people, especially the hard core AMD fans. Heck, my current rig started off with a 1090T, but I'm open to who ever gives me the best performance, and this time around, it was Intel. I'm hoping BD will change that for my 2nd rig. If it doesn't live up to the hype, then I'm obviously gonna go with a 2600K.

All this secretive stuff is either really good for Bulldozer, or it's a big meh. We'll see.
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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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