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^ HP Blade, to mention one line-up.
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^ keyword "HP" just like Dell (who sells more AMD opteron then everyone else) but that still not what i was talking about here and not in the same capacity as what the others doing.
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To be fair Tom's Hardware wasn't THAT hard on the 8350 when it dropped.
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Edited by danilon62 - 5/12/13 at 2:37pm
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I wish AMD would pressure their partners into making some ITX motherboards. There are only a couple for the FM2 socket which BEGS for an ITX board. As for the FX platform there are none and this is a shame, the 970 would be a perfect chipset for an ITX build.

So where would the motherboard real estate come from for the North Bridge?

Intel M-Itx boards are tight enough as it is without a physical NB on the board...so where is AMD going to come up with extra space...

Also I have seen mentioned on this thread there is no X79 2011 m-itx boards, I differ in opinion...there is one that I know of that does SLi and Crossfire X also

It's made by shuttle

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/228/board1q.jpg/
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the HD 8000 hasn't even been released yet rolleyes.gif I think that rumors fake just like the one of the 800$ centurian fx like anybody would pay that price :thumbdown: who keeps making this stuff up?

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Seems AMD is actually skipping releasing 8000 series GPU to the consumer as the 8000 series is actually an OEM rebadge of some 7000 series GPUs. We're jumping directly to the 9000 series.
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the HD 8000 hasn't even been released yet rolleyes.gif I think that rumors fake just like the one of the 800$ centurian fx like anybody would pay that price :thumbdown: who keeps making this stuff up?

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Seems AMD is actually skipping releasing 8000 series GPU to the consumer as the 8000 series is actually an OEM rebadge of some 7000 series GPUs. We're jumping directly to the 9000 series.
that makes zero sense

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