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Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

Who are these people you speak of? Are they the average person who doesn't know the difference or people on these boards? If you mean the average person who wants a PC that just works you have no idea what they want, if it's members of these boards you are talking about you need to go to the 830/840 thread and count the amount of non-pro owners. It will shock you to learn that about half don't have a pro model. Your post just proves you are making blanket statements based on your own preferences and not on what really sells: OEM.

Most PCs don't come with SSDs in them. Intel 520s are in basically all the Lenovo/HP/Dell computers that come with SSDs. Only recently we have had hybrid drives and some small 24-32GB SSDs (mostly msata) being used as cache.

edit: just about every review site has Samaung, Intel. Crucial, and other other big players at the top

edit: see http://www.dell.com/Learn/us/en/04/sb360/samsung?c=us&l=en&s=bsd
Edited by AlphaC - 3/21/13 at 5:23pm
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post #82 of 104
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Which is why Corsair isn't profitable, right?

Because the markets were saturated, right?

Because Corsair only entered those markets yesterday, right?

And Corsair is in the exact same financial situation as AMD, right?

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Huh. I've hardly seen any Apple/Samsung commercials on my channels.

Those are rare, what I usually see is a phone carrier do a commerical about their Iphone or GS3. I see one from each carrier about once a day. and they vastly out number the "ultrabook powered by Intel" commerical I run into twice a month max.
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Those are rare, what I usually see is a phone carrier do a commerical about their Iphone or GS3. I see one from each carrier about once a day. and they vastly out number the "ultrabook powered by Intel" commerical I run into twice a month max.

I saw an Intel Xeon commercial during the NCAA tournament game I was watching today. for what it's worth...
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Corsair have a fab in which they make their own chips? If not you are using rebranded chips.

DRAM basically only has 4 manufactures left. Samsung, Hynix, Micron and Elipda. And the last is being bought by Micron. NAND has 4 with Toshiba/Sandisk instead of Elpida. Everyone else buys wafers/chips/sticks and puts their name on it. Only the SSD firmware has much of an impact on any of the end product's performance besides speed binning.
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http://www.brandingmagazine.com/2012/11/07/samsung-ssd-angels/

and http://www.youtube.com/user/SamsungSSD830?feature=watch

and http://global.samsungtomorrow.com/?p=13566

Samsung SSD Angels was a pretty large campaign started in Feb 2012 ; "Your PC transformed" ads were common on Newegg
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post #87 of 104
Very interesting Move by AMD.
I don't know if its the best move, though.
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They already have DDR3
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Corsair PSU???



Everyone talks like they know how everything in the market work. rolleyes.gif

I don't think AMD did a blind move without studies and researches of the actual market.

I think it's a great move of their part.

More competition people? Lower Prices?
Lower prices means making cheaper product. The profit margins for AMD, intel, and other companies have decreased. As they started selling below manufacturing cost.
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Haha Intel selling below cost? Last quarter's gross margin was 58%.
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