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Originally Posted by Jackeduphard;15374566 
This reminds me of the AMD 9600 ... remember those??? were it would only work on linux??? Or what ever LOL smile.gif


I just bought a AMD laptop ... mistake? idk .... hope not :X

I owned an AMD Phenom 9600 and no I had no issues and used it with Windows. It had a TLB bug which I think would only arise if you were running virtualization which I didn't.
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I miss my AMD system frown.gif I guess at this point AMD can only go up and this might be worse than Phenom to Phenom II which might mean piledriver should be a MUCH nicer improvement than originally thought.


I'm happy I upgraded to intel and couldn't be happier as it is the best bang for buck hands down. BTW no one should feel bad for AMD ,with Liano and bobcat wrecking the laptop segment, former ATI division really bringing the fight to the giant Nvidia, and Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft console gpu contracts, they'll be fine.

*goes back to OC'ing his new system*
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Originally Posted by SCollins;15374620 
High end makes up very little of the market space, and its shrinking fast. OEMs,prebuilt etc. Thats where the $$$ is.

I don't think you read my post.
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Originally Posted by Domino;15375100 
I don't think you read my post.

Domino, this is OCN we don't read post, we skim posts and find something to attack and disregard everything else like it never happened tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Neroh;15374962 
I predict it will be at least 12 months before the AMD bashing ends. These threads are barely even readable anymore, and I'm not a fanboy.

It'll never, ever, ever end. This will be a subject brought up until the end of time, or until we become such an advanced civilization that we don't remember what a physical processor was.

The failures of Intel and any other company is always brought up for a comparison.

Besides, if someone you knew slipped in a sauna, falling face-first into a fat man's groin, getting a face full, wouldn't you bash him for it?
That's what AMD did here. wink.gif

(I'm an avid AMD fan by the way, fan or not, you've gotta have a laugh)
 
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This is far worse than Phenom I. Did they even test bulldozer at all? These are all things that should be worked out before release, and the performance is so bad too...

Why did they even release this chip? Scrapping it and releasing die-shrunk PhIIs, maybe even w/ duct-taped Thubans(think Pentium D and Q6600) would have been a better choice by far.
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Scrapping it and releasing die-shrunk PhIIs, maybe even w/ duct-taped Thubans(think Pentium D and Q6600) would have been a better choice by far.

Not everything can be die-shrunk.
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Originally Posted by DesertRat;15375322 
Why did they even release this chip? Scrapping it and releasing die-shrunk PhIIs, maybe even w/ duct-taped Thubans(think Pentium D and Q6600) would have been a better choice by far.

umm, they already did that, its called Magny-Cours/Opteron 6000 series
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Originally Posted by JUGGERNAUTXTR;15371972 
because everybody kept screaming,********,pissing and moaning, oh another delay.....ohhhhh my god the world is ending.... instead of AMD take your time so you can get it right.

so they release it and everybody is still p.o. because it doesn't perform to expectation.....
gee I wonder why AMD is keeping their mouth shut.
thet waiting for a bunch of impatient numb skulls to pull their head from their posteriors.

lol. You think amd was pressured by us to relase bull dozer before it was ready? Thats right, blaim it on the consumer, not the company who makes the product. Genius!
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Originally Posted by sintricate;15372080 
They had plenty of time. You think things would have gone better if they released BD when IB or SB-E was out?
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Originally Posted by nakano2k1;15372221 
Because the 6 years they worked on the architecture wasn't enough to begin with??

That and the fact that they pushed it back TWICE!?

You say that they release it because of all the moaning and bickering on the FORUMS!? You don't think that their STOCKHOLDERS had anything to say about it?? "I'm an AMD shareholder and I LOVE seeing my money disintegrating because of the delays in the release of Bulldozer. Herp-a-derp!"

Obviously, by promising the world to people who stuck with AMD and bough new AM3+ boards that they would be handsomely rewarded in the end, doctoring test results and then releasing the piece of crap that they don't care about the average consumer.

You need to give your head a shake and wake-up dude...
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Originally Posted by Naturecannon;15372663 
Huh confused.gif Thats your theory!! There are a few story's floating around from a few ex AMD engineers and they tell another theory that makes more sense. AMD dont give a crap about you nor will release a chip because one throws a temper tantrum. Give me a break!!!

And remember, the screaming and yelling didn't get real loud until AMD committed to a release and it never happened. If you tell a kid your going to give him candy and how yummy it is, then put it back in your pocket......... the misery starts and its all your doings. After the long tease hand the kid a celery stick and call it AMD.

AMD is to blame all the way around. NOT US the enthusiast!! Geeez


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