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post #31 of 49
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Originally Posted by MinitroN;15287744 
i3-2100 + H61 for $175ish was within you budget. Minus the cost of that Hyper 101.

Let's make it clear, ever since SB released AMD was fail for gaming for every pricepoint above $120.

except,many people on OCN game on AMD cpu's with more then adequte performance, do they not ? Fail what ?
post #32 of 49
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Originally Posted by SCollins;15287786 
except,many people on OCN game on AMD cpu's with more then adequte performance, do they not ? Fail what ?

Err, so what? The point is if they had spent the same amount of money, but gone intel, they would have a faster system.
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Err, so what? The point is if they had spent the same amount of money, but gone intel, they would have a faster system.

That debatable, and you know this. So why open the pissing match up for debate. Intel doesn't offer a desktop CPU for uner $1000 that works with my workloads. So I keep the change.
post #34 of 49
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Originally Posted by SCollins;15287786 
except,many people on OCN game on AMD cpu's with more then adequte performance, do they not ? Fail what ?
They could have had greater performance at the same price going with Intel. Plus the power/consumption heat thing, etc., etc., etc.

After the release of SB, AMD became a terrible choice for anyone who wanted to game at the $120+ pricepoint.
    
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I'm bummed out because it means intel has less competition.
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Originally Posted by MinitroN;15287856 
They could have had greater performance at the same price going with Intel. Plus the power/consumption heat thing, etc., etc., etc.

After the release of SB, AMD became a terrible choice for anyone who wanted to game at the $120+ pricepoint.

Thats your opinion. I just want you to realize that. The power difference between PH2 and SB is about $3 a month at full load. if your paying like a normal electric rate.
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Thats your opinion. I just want you to realize that. The power difference between PH2 and SB is about $3 a month at full load. if your paying like a normal electric rate.
It's more about the heat.

And the SB is still faster without all that heat...
    
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post #38 of 49
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It's more about the heat.

And the SB is still faster without all that heat...

LOL, just give it up. Go thread crap somewhere else. I get it, you like intel product. whatever floats your boat.

Now I did pose a question about a particularly interesting benchmark on page 1 and 3 of this thread.

I see the Intel dawn patrol has failed to answer back.
post #39 of 49
Im laughing my ass off after reading the Bulldozer reviews. All those peeps on here who were "waiting" for the greatest thing ever that was to be Bulldozer must be hiding under rocks now in shame, whata bunch of crock, AMD has failed yet again on the front lines of CPU warefare, thank God I didn't wait to build my i5 2500k rig.
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Originally Posted by MinitroN;15287890 
It's more about the heat.

And the SB is still faster without all that heat...

Intel forums are ^that way. Don't let the door hit you on the way out.
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blah, blah, blah

and take this guy with you.
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