Originally Posted by sherlock
Originally Posted by tpi2007
I'm not postulating anything! I'm quoting the article!
Now imagine that they only reach the conclusion that after all there is a serious issue afterwards the product is released. If the issue is still being investigated for more potential problems, you have to admit the possibility
, especially, as they admit, this is a hardware problem that can't be solved with a BIOS / driver update, so only a new CPU stepping will solve the problem.
I also have to admit the possibility that more serious issues don't exist. Which in your logic equates to "sticking one's neck in the Sand".
Having thing like this smearing the Haswell launch certainly is not good news for Intel, not with AMD getting bigger in the rear view mirror with Karvari & Steamroller.
Your analogy doesn't make any sense. First of all, it's "head in the sand" not "neck", lol, secondly, you're admitting to something that does you absolutely no benefit, taking into consideration what they said about still being investigating if there can be more problems, you're much better off taking a cautious stance for now, and probably even in the first few months after Haswell is released. So, unless you actually meant that you and not me, were sticking your head in the sand, then you are wrong.
(Oh, just another correction, it's Kaveri, not Karvari.)Edited by tpi2007 - 3/4/13 at 10:08am