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they have a chip that performs as well as a 1k intel chip for around 250. marketing it right will be a win for them in the market that actually returns signifcant profit
Agreed. They're going after the 990X and totally not saying a word about sandy bridge. Its smart marketing
post #72 of 75
funny how the non-english posts that say bad things about bulldozer get deleted but ones like this on a google cache can stay
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post #73 of 75
I think the Mods are tired of having to constantly monitor and cleanup the threads guys. When anything is posted that shows leaked benchmarks or anything showing performance. It turns into a huge flame war / argument when these are posted.

We have one more day people I think we can hold off on talking performance on something we have no clue about until it is launched
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as if the arguments will stop tomorrow.
post #75 of 75
Firstly,this seems to be a forum post, thus not constituting as a proper "news" source
Secondly, the results they are speaking of have already been posted before.

http://www.overclock.net/rumors-unco...50-review.html

http://www.overclock.net/rumors-unco...r-preview.html
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