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Then excuse my ignorance, I ain't perfect
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Then excuse my ignorance, I ain't perfect
Lol, none of us are. Wait a minute. Says your location is Australia and you are using the word "ain't"?
post #13 of 27
I haven't seen a fatal1ty AMD board since 2005 and that was back during the Nforce4 days when Nvidia chipsets were fairly decent.

Kinda feels nostalgic seeing we have AMD, Nvidia, and Fatal1ty on one board again.
Edited by Skylit - 5/30/11 at 2:39am
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AMD originally wanted to launch Bulldozer at Computex but performance issues with its B0 and B1 stepping chips pushed back the launch. Now we're looking at a late July launch with B2 silicon, but performance today is a big unknown. Apparently the performance of B1 stepping silicon doesn't look too good.
Goodbye potential sales. Looks like Intel will be selling a few more Sandy Bridge processors this month.
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Anand are trolls for Intel and nVidia. Even tom's has more credibility.
I have never seen any obvious trolls from Anandtech

Anyway, lets hope they are using the same Taiwanese sources that the rumor thread was and that AMD will clear up all of this garbage in the next week. I do like AMD products and have high hopes for bulldozer, but they are starting to try my patience.
post #16 of 27
Asrock products are getting better and better. Hopefully Bulldozer performs well, because that 990FX Fatal1ty board looks so sweet.
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post #17 of 27
Sounds strange that they have to push the launch back to late july when more bulldozer chips are supposedly coming out Early-mid august.
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I dont believe it's true, there is no source and there is no way ASRock would have revealed this.

We ll find out tomorrow anyway. AMD, I wont be waiting till July for you
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Goodbye potential sales. Looks like Intel will be selling a few more Sandy Bridge processors this month.
But how do anandtech know about the performance of the B1 stepping?

If anandtech know the performance of bulldozer B1 stepping, what is stopping them from releasing this info to the public?

Seems strange that they would make a comment like that but then not elaborate or back it up. Almost seems like they are trolling as others have said.
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AMD has confirmed that BD's Q2 launch hasn't changed.
E3 should shed some light.
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