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I am not getting this idea that Intel is holding back because of the lack of competition. if you have the ability and can currently produce a marketable item it is a really poor to decision to not release. To many risks involved at that point. Same point was being made in the Nvidia thread. What if AMD is on the cusp of releasing a monster of a processor, say by early next year. Intel waiting would only hinder total sales, more so if the AMD chip is on par or just under Intel's non-released chip. And at that point it becomes a price war. So profits on said chip would be lower due to the new competition that they didnt have before. Honestly it sounds more like the drunk saying " I can quit when I want to". Prove it. Saying it doesnt make it true. If Intel indeed had the means to release they would. The Titan proved people are willing to pay a premium price. Why not release and reap huge profits while you can.

While that would be nice i just dont see it happening
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Compared to what? My 386 die size (which even with inflation was about the price of a 3770k is today) could probably hold 16 cores (real intel cores) on it.
REAL, MAN CORES
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I actually like the box thumb.gif
Impulse buy here we go wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Durquavian View Post

I am not getting this idea that Intel is holding back because of the lack of competition. if you have the ability and can currently produce a marketable item it is a really poor to decision to not release. To many risks involved at that point. Same point was being made in the Nvidia thread. What if AMD is on the cusp of releasing a monster of a processor, say by early next year. Intel waiting would only hinder total sales, more so if the AMD chip is on par or just under Intel's non-released chip. And at that point it becomes a price war. So profits on said chip would be lower due to the new competition that they didnt have before. Honestly it sounds more like the drunk saying " I can quit when I want to". Prove it. Saying it doesnt make it true. If Intel indeed had the means to release they would. The Titan proved people are willing to pay a premium price. Why not release and reap huge profits while you can.
Haswell just like Ivy bridge just shows that intel is directly focused to the mobile markets ( AMD Is shifting as well). Sandy is last intels primerally desktop design. That is why it is so awesome. People who swaped 2500ks and 2600 for ivy made same mistake that 3770 people are going to make when they get haswel. But we all know it is gonna happen lets face it wink.gif
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While that would be nice i just dont see it happening

There is always hope wink.gif architecture is young and has room to grow in power... i think more so then intels (they can always shrink and add more GPU power to the die ofc) That is where main fight really is at this point.

* in before intel fan boy quotes grow in power? YOU MEAN ... POWER CONSUMPTION khahahahaha!

hey we are consumers we have to consume smile.gif
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Absolutely. They hit the IHS with a chisel and made A FEW THOUSANDTH OF A MILLIMETER DEEP dents on it. Oh wait. They're on the sides of the IHS. Now explain me how those are going to make a 20ºC difference in temperatures.

Come on rolleyes.gif


Nobody would damage a CPU's IHS on these spots using tools on purpose. For such "scars" to appear on it it's obvious the CPU has taken a pretty good hit. You don't know in what condition the bottom or inside is.
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I doubt seriously it will perform this poorly. Definitely not lower than previous models.
And this is from an AMD fan loyal.
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Nobody would damage a CPU's IHS on these spots using tools on purpose. For such "scars" to appear on it it's obvious the CPU has taken a pretty good hit. You don't know in what condition the bottom or inside is.
Have you ever worked with ES procs?
They take beating all the time somehow it makes me wonder how you get a 1mm deep carve in a solid IHS not that it matters those things are tough.
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Anyone recognize the old "fake" box? lachen.gif
lachen.giflachen.gif
That is the most ugly box-art I've ever seen
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Absolutely. They hit the IHS with a chisel and made A FEW THOUSANDTH OF A MILLIMETER DEEP dents on it. Oh wait. They're on the sides of the IHS. Now explain me how those are going to make a 20ºC difference in temperatures.

Come on rolleyes.gif


This chip has been used abused and then ran over by a car.
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It has obviously been de-lidded with a jackhammer, filled with handcream because someone said that was the best TIM and then overclocked to 7ghz on air, with no case fans.

it wasn't me honest guv....

oh and the box-art is just perfect, it will look so sweet sat in my loft with all the other boxes smile.gif
    
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At least we know Haswell hates high voltages.
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Anyone recognize the old "fake" box? lachen.gif
Not so fake now after all tongue.gif
I really love the pic with the thumb down. LOl. Thumbs down for your own product.
// Yes I know that the box can be turned around so the thumb goes up thumb.gif
Edited by Mr.Eiht - 5/10/13 at 10:54am
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