Originally Posted by Waffleboy
I'm no fanboy, but why is everyone who supports AMD insisting two independent generally accurate news sources saying the same thing is "no proof"? I'm not saying it's 100% confirmation, but it is certainly more than nothing. If you're just going to disregard anything a news website says, why even bother reading the news section?
Originally Posted by JohnDProb
the thing is, neither are actually accurate, once upon a time they were, but now? not so much
It's not even so much as they "were" reputable and are now "questionable" at best. It's the fact that they have no proof whatsoever and they can't give us any details at all. They are basically saying "From what we're hearing, current BD chips aren't that great, and it appears its going to be some time before they are fully ready, so expect a delay."
At the end of the day they have no information. They have no source or anything else, and they are just listing their own opinions based on the very little info they do have. Just because an author posts on a well known site, doesn't make it legit.
Sure some AMD fans are dismissive completely and won't accept a chance of delay, holding on to hope that being on schedule of the roadmap means its gonna hit soon. But Intel fans seem to think that even the slightest of possibilities of a delay, reported as opinions with no facts by authors on 2 much overrated sites are like the slabs of stone the 10 commandments are written on and are from god himself.
Seriously people, calm down, get a drink, go for a walk. Do something, cause the amount of irrational thought in the forums are getting out of hand, and god forbid any1 disagree with some of you... Sheesh.