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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
I swear, some people think AMD has to come to their house, smack them upside the head, and hand them an envelope with the word "Official" on it to believe any piece of news to be official! This is what news agencies are for folks. There is no reason to doubt a story from a reputable source. Journalists use "insiders" and "unnamed sources" all the time...

For those who refuse to believe anything that doesn't come explicitly from AMD fine, but I'll bet you a shiny nickel this release date ends up being accurate...
But, they said the same thing about June...
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
I swear, some people think AMD has to come to their house, smack them upside the head, and hand them an envelope with the word "Official" on it to believe any piece of news to be official! This is what news agencies are for folks. There is no reason to doubt a story from a reputable source. Journalists use "insiders" and "unnamed sources" all the time...

For those who refuse to believe anything that doesn't come explicitly from AMD fine, but I'll bet you a shiny nickel this release date ends up being accurate...
But AMD didnt do that when they released the fusion thing on the market..

i wonder what they thinked @ that moment..

ANYWAY amd.. i hope you can deliver because:

1.- Youre already late to the market where "months" can be A LOT of time

2.- You need a new arc to AT LEAST compete with INTEL fast.. every single moment it pass youre getting behind (more and more)

3.- INTEL its making a crap load of money lately.. that means even more resources to make better products and.. well, you get my point

4.- All the above.. again
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post #73 of 201
I'll be buying two or three of these 8 core processors! I'm super excited!

I have 3x 2600k's and it will be interesting to see what these will do for folding heck i might also pick up a hex core just to compare it with my 1090t
Edited by AMD SLI guru - 7/27/11 at 8:46am
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I'm by many standards an Intel fanboy, but god I hope BD owns. Competition on the performance CPU side has been lacking.....
Exactly.

Intel released the mighty SB with no real competition from AMD. Just imagine what they'd have released if there was competition like what we see in the GPU market.

SB would be 5ghz stock speed and a 6-cores variant would already be available ^^.
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I'll be buying two or three of these 8 core processors! I'm super excited!

I have 3x 2600k's and it will be interesting to see what these will do for folding heck i might also pick up a hex core just to compare it with my 1090t
Hell if you going buying spree, pick me one up as well, will be getting a 8-core anyways but free is always better. I really cant wait to see how these perform (officially). Being a fan of either side doesn't matter, its just all the new tech in general is where the fun is.

Also, I can see the top two 8-core FX being very popular especially the 8170 @ 3.9ghz.
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Oh look, another semi-reputable site commenting on Bulldozer release dates. All we know is "-ber 19th"

Could be September, October, November, December. People assume the first.
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Oh look, another semi-reputable site commenting on Bulldozer release dates. All we know is "-ber 19th"

Could be September, October, November, December. People assume the first.
haha nice one !!
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haha nice one !!
It's what was in that FX comic. Even then it's still not a 100% reliable sourc!
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Anyone else see the potential problem here? Are they just gona keep adding cores to CPUs in the hopes they sell? 8 cores and what not are nice...just find me a hand full of games/every day applications that would actually use it though...
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With all the delays because it wasnt performing makes me believe it will be between a 2600K and 2500K.

My official prediction is 269.99 for the 8150 and 299.99 for the 8170. The 8170 comes next year when yields will be a lot better.
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