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post #61 of 128
WOW i dont do all this top end stuff, just what i need really. All these people going intel is good for me, it means ill get a x6 chip cheap lol saying that i only play quake 3.
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post #62 of 128
Yeah, enough of this - You can lead a horse to the water, but you can't make it drink. Go ahead and buy Bulldozers, someone has to keep AMD around anyway. Enjoy your slow, power hungry, hot, overpriced CPUs.
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So you want to see an ever bigger beatdown?
If that's the case, so be it.. but untill the new bios's roll out and benchmarks are done with more than one card, i'm not going to pay too much attention.
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I was lucky enough to have the foresight and dumped my 1090t a few months back. She's made a good movie downloader and player for my T.V though....
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Yeah, enough of this - You can lead a horse to the water, but you can't make it drink. Go ahead and buy Bulldozers, someone has to keep AMD around anyway. Enjoy your slow, power hungry, hot, overpriced CPUs.
x2

Selling off my amd rig when ivy bridge is released.
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post #66 of 128
never liked amds always preferred intel.

2600k all day! 4.4GHZ per core on air @1.2vcore @25Cidle/websurf with 20C ambient! no way could bulldozer manage that.
post #67 of 128
Too bad, my Athlon 64 3700+ was a great CPU back in the day and my Athlon axia back in 2001 totally reamed Intels Pentium 4 netburst CPU's. Then Intel released their Core 2 CPU's and they have been spanking AMD like a little biatch ever since and now even more so. Oh how the mighty have fallen... glad I didnt' wait and just built my new i5 2500k rig
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post #68 of 128
Nope, Not because I hate Intel but because it's more expensive for me to buy. I don't have 1000 euros
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post #69 of 128
as prob mentioned, give BD a few months for AMD and mobo manus to iron out the kinks, it will be a good performer... and at a good price! that being said, im an intel man and hope that BD is a success so when i upgrade my intel CPU i can save a few bucks and put it elswhere
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post #70 of 128
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Just curious to see how many people are now going to dump there Amd setups for a Intel setup after seeing how badly bulldozer performed in game benchmarks? I know i will be making the switch.
I won't be dumping my current setup because of Bulldozer's letdown performance. That's just stupid. My rig is still the same now as it was before BD.

However, when the time comes for me to upgrade, I'll most probably buy an Intel CPU as the chances of AMD catching up within that time frame is extremely slim.
 
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