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I would call fake, but then again, I thought the same thing about the korean monitors... We know nothing until someone actually buys one.


Also, if legit, this seller just blatantly broke the Intel NDA. Isn't this really bad for future business, and shouldn't Intel be pretty pissed?

How do you know they even signed an nda?
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post #92 of 103

So no need to get one if I own a 3570k it seems.

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So no need to get one if I own a 3570k it seems.
exactly.. thumb.gif
post #94 of 103
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Originally Posted by brucethemoose View Post

Also, if legit, this seller just blatantly broke the Intel NDA. Isn't this really bad for future business, and shouldn't Intel be pretty pissed?

Even if the NDA was broken, I'd like to see Intel try and sue. Apple hasn't done much about some fake Apple stores in China other than asking the local police to tell the shop owners on what not to do.

Valve haven't done anything about Final Combat, which blatantly used TF2's maps, textures, audio, and even the character animations. I believe it may have also used textures and maps from Battlefield Heroes.

MS and the pirated OSes that occasionally end up in laptops on display at stores? Hahaha...

(I've been to China twice in four years, my parents are Chinese, and all of my relatives live in China. I'm quite familiar with what's going on.)
Edited by A Bad Day - 5/11/13 at 9:13am
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I'm seriously interested in getting one but the problem is actually getting it to me. frown.gif

It's around $300 for an i5-4670K.

http://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.10.ytR2Ta&id=18351798025

Around $325 for a Asrock Z87 Extreme 6

http://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.3.RJJYWY&id=24967280113

At this point though, it isn't really worth it as the Z87 Extreme 6 would sell for around $160 when it hits Amazon and $220 for the i5-4670K.

The motherboard isn't on sale... Its only pre-order. 预售 means preorder. The CPU is also not in stock from that store. Its pre-order as well - 预定 means preorder.

I live in China and regularly use Taobao, there are a crap load of engineering samples of the i7 3960x on Taobao as well. There are a couple of stores which are selling it now, a friend of mine just purchased one.
Edited by Lailainoob - 5/11/13 at 10:07am
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post #96 of 103
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Also, if legit, this seller just blatantly broke the Intel NDA. Isn't this really bad for future business, and shouldn't Intel be pretty pissed?
Selling MB doesn't violate NDA agreement, it's selling a physical property, not disclosing a sensitive information. It violates the "don't sell before date" agreement. Did the seller signed one? Not? Then it suck to be Intel. (But it's just 14 days until official release and it's overpriced thus it doesn't matter much.)
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Selling MB doesn't violate NDA agreement, it's selling a physical property, not disclosing a sensitive information. It violates the "don't sell before date" agreement. Did the seller signed one? Not? Then it suck to be Intel. (But it's just 14 days until official release and it's overpriced thus it doesn't matter much.)



The manufactures definitely signed a agreement to not sale/ship anything with the 8 series Chipsets before June,
Edited by sherlock - 5/11/13 at 12:39pm
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Selling MB doesn't violate NDA agreement, it's selling a physical property, not disclosing a sensitive information. It violates the "don't sell before date" agreement. Did the seller signed one? Not? Then it suck to be Intel. (But it's just 14 days until official release and it's overpriced thus it doesn't matter much.)

The mobo manufacturers have to use chipsets provided by Intel, so they have to sign a purchase contract with Intel, which will come with strings attached. And Intel has the right to not sell chipsets to a mobo manufacturer assuming they aren't trying to repeat the early 2000's to mid 2000's fiasco.
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The mobo manufacturers have to use chipsets provided by Intel, so they have to sign a purchase contract with Intel, which will come with strings attached. And Intel has the right to not sell chipsets to a mobo manufacturer assuming they aren't trying to repeat the early 2000's to mid 2000's fiasco.

Its the distributors selling the boards early not asus or msi. Why do you care anyway?
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Its the distributors selling the boards early not asus or msi. Why do you care anyway?

I have a question for your question. Why are you in this thread anyways?
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