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looks like we might get WCing with BD after all?
/snip
nice if true
NICE!!!!!! I am so anxious for offical benchmarks. Nice find my friend


Oh and you guys arguing need to relax or another BD thread will be locked.
Edited by Slappy Mcgee - 10/7/11 at 10:26am
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Well lets see AMD publicly referencing and announcing to get ready for Bulldozer can only mean one thing. It is close.
Well let's see, we've only been hearing that since the beginning of this year. While I agree it seems it's going to be here around mid-October, it's not this blog post that's given me and everyone else some faith in a soon-to-be release, but rather the pre-order/sections on various retailers. Any mobo manufacturer could have posted this same thing and it would still mean jack squat...
    
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be the first to get your very own CPUID reviewer kit
CPUID Reviewer Kit for AMD FX Bulldozer

posted Oct-7-2011
    
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be the first to get your very own CPUID reviewer kit
CPUID Reviewer Kit for AMD FX Bulldozer

posted Oct-7-2011
Sweet. They should do this with other CPUs too (have all the necessary software available in one download).
    
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lets hope that amds bottlenecking days are over. would be a sad thing if their new cpus bottlenecked their new gpus
    
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looks like we might get WCing with BD after all?
water cooler amd bulldozer Special Edition
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nice if true
Edit - Just read "Special Edition".. 320 dollars usd?
Edited by Don Karnage - 10/7/11 at 10:55am
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Edit - Just read "Special Edition".. 320 dollars usd?
IF that is true I would gladly get it if the cooler works good
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IF that is true I would gladly get it if the cooler works good

For 320 it's a big pricey for most that want to run there own setups
Edited by Don Karnage - 10/7/11 at 11:09am
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Isn't it time for everyone to get over the AMD vs. Intel foolishness and just enjoy hardware, both new and old?
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Isn't it time for everyone to get over the AMD vs. Intel foolishness and just enjoy hardware, both new and old?
Its never going to happen because some people can't look past there own opinions and accept anothers as also being right.

I like BD and i love SB. I think they're both great products for different crowd's. Others unfortunately can't be like that and it's either your with me or against me attitude.
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