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Someone needs to call the title police.
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I'm hoping Bulldozer will compete with Sandy Bridge. It'd be great if it surpassed it but not entirely sure it will.

We'll know for sure in a couple of days. I'm reserving judgement until the product is officially released and we have numerous professional reviews.

Only time will tell but regardless.



Fingers crossed.
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Do you know how much it costs to setup a manufacturing process to make a clone CPU? Let alone one that is comparible with a PhenomII performance-wise? Oh and CPU-Z just "happens" to read it properly as an AMD 8-Core FX-8120?

We're not talking about a cloned iPod here guys.

Wow. Just wow.
You didn't read what he said did you? The tin, heatsink, sticker can all be easily cloned due to AMDs predictable design scheme. As for the cpu-z reading, never saw the actual benchmarks before.
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This is how it will work:
1. Plastic bulldozer toy approaches "sandy bridge"
2. Plastic bulldozer toy is now under bridge
3. "sandy bridge" collapses
4. Some little 6 year old builds a bigger bridge called "SB-E"
5. AMD creates "Piledriver" (Maybe it drives into piles!)
6. Intel creates an "Ivy Bridge" (Made out of ivy infused sand!)
7. THE END

EDIT: Not trying to troll yall, but its just a skit i came up with. Next time im at the beach I will try this
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You didn't read what he said did you? The tin, heatsink, sticker can all be easily cloned due to AMDs predictable design scheme. As for the cpu-z reading, never saw the actual benchmarks before.
That's nice. Tell me how someone is going to clone a bazillion dollar CPU factory and create a fake FX-8120 which cost AMD how much and how many years to develop?

Once again, wow. Just wow.

Please, just go read this thread. It will answer a lot of your questions:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...s-benches.html
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I read a thread on here about a month ago saying that Intel announced that they are not producing any more phenom ii or athlon ii chips anymore and only producing bulldozer
ok dude just stop talking now.....
    
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This is how it will work:
1. Plastic bulldozer toy approaches "sandy bridge"
2. Plastic bulldozer toy is now under bridge
3. "sandy bridge" collapses
4. Some little 6 year old builds a bigger bridge called "SB-E"
5. AMD creates "Piledriver" (Maybe it drives into piles!)
6. Intel creates an "Ivy Bridge" (Made out of ivy infused sand!)
7. THE END

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I don't get how some of you can be so excited about bulldozer POTENTIALLY (yes potentially) failing.

EVERYBODY loses if AMD and/or Bulldozer fails.

I'm not going to name names but I see some of you guys excitedly posting about how horrible Bulldozer (when its not even out yet....)


I don't get the blind fanboyism and strong anti-bulldozer feelings?
 
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If i knew how to create one of those hitler reacts to bulldozer results videos i would
Edited by Don Karnage - 10/10/11 at 10:51am
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