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post #11 of 78
I believe 12PM Intel time / Valve time is 5PM UK tiem?

I dont understand why retailers cant say "Oh its the 23rd in teh UK so we put them up nao" Plus we would get them tomorrow the earliest
SO LET ME ORDER D:!
post #12 of 78
I know what an NDA is, I've signed a few myself.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_embargo

Since the BBC, Engdaget, and any other website like that is press-related that posts news, we'd call it an embargo. Perhaps it's different in the states.
post #13 of 78
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I know what an NDA is, I've signed a few myself.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_embargo
Since the BBC, Engdaget, and any other website like that is press-related that posts news, we'd call it an embargo. Perhaps it's different in the states.

You can call it whatever you like. The fact remains they are two different words with two separate meanings. Embargo refers to the sale of the item, and NDA refers to the non disclosure of specified information relating to a product, in this case.
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Any second now we should have a OC review right?
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Finally. Going to grab the 3770K
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Any second now we should have a OC review right?
8 hours still, apparently.
post #17 of 78
lol, it will be lifted right as I have to be at work. You people leave me a 3770K will ya? thanks!
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post #18 of 78
I thought:

23rd = Press and NDA Release
29th = Shipping
post #19 of 78
BEEENNNCHHHEzzzz OxOxOxOzzzrrr


Just kidding, great to see it release *live*

Going to buy after first stepping.
post #20 of 78
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/components/3350616/intel-launches-ivy-bridge-processor-family/

"22nm quad-core chips available 29 April"

"Intel also suggests that power consumptio is lower with Ivy Bridge. It told us that quad-core processors would pull down up to 95W under strain, and dual-core up to 65W – but said these were maximums, and both can go much lower."

95w TDP and 29th release date confirmed?

Also in the article it says Hardware.info has 35-page benchmarks but the page has 404'd - perhaps they didn't realise the NDA isn't lifted yet so pulled the plug?

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/features/pc-upgrades/3352693/intel-ivy-bridge-processors-tested/

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