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post #11 of 44
Sandy Bridge, aside from the early chipset bug, was a pretty big success it seems.
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why does everyone forget about intel's SSD line up?? they do make some of the most reliable SSDs on the market

I would love me a 310
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How's that? They've locked the vast majority of their processors and motherboards from overclocking, as opposed to allowing it with their last gen CPUs. It's not exactly rocket science...I wouldn't be surprised if this was what made them most of these profits, since OEMs love locking down as much of the aspects of their PCs as humanly possible as it cuts off on a lot of potential warranty claims/complaints.
Are you seriously complaining.. Let me explain..

The population that even knows what overclocking is might be 10%

The only reason intel has been able to provide us with unlocked high end overclockable cpu's is because it has the revenues from the oem's, chipsets and sales of your much hated unlocked chips..

Are you really complaining because they didn't curve their business model to your needs? Oh wow ..
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Are you seriously complaining.. Let me explain..

The population that even knows what overclocking is might be 10%

The only reason intel has been able to provide us with unlocked high end overclockable cpu's is because it has the revenues from the oem's, chipsets and sales of your much hated unlocked chips..

Are you really complaining because they didn't curve their business model to your needs? Oh wow ..
I've yet to state an opinion anywhere on this thread, or make a complaint. I was explaining to him where I saw they got most of their money from and how they've changed from before.
    
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See? If hadn't bought my setup last month, this wouldn't have happened. Go me!
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See? If hadn't bought my setup last month, this wouldn't have happened. Go me!
Explain. Intel probably made your processor months ago and was paid when it shipped out to the retailer. You helped the store last month, but Intel wasn't affected unless you triggered a reorder
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post #17 of 44
Looks like Sandy Bridge was a huge success for them. It's really not surprising considering if you want the best performance, Intel is the ONLY way to go right now. AMD needs to hurry up and release Bulldozer so they can at least attempt to compete.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sccr64472 View Post
Explain. Intel probably made your processor months ago and was paid when it shipped out to the retailer. You helped the store last month, but Intel wasn't affected unless you triggered a reorder
He was joking.

On topic: This is great, gotta love dat intel. SB has been a big success for sure, can't wait till Intel releases Ivy Bridge and see how that works out.
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post #19 of 44
Damn, it must be nice to have little to no competition.

Not releasing BD on time is really costing AMD.


Edited by 2010rig - 7/21/11 at 12:39pm
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I gave up on Bulldozer after I got my hands on a 2600k for $99.

If AMD actually knew how to release products on time I would have waited.

Till then the only thing that matters to me with AMD are their GPU's.
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