Originally Posted by $ilent
Not sure if your serious.
Surely you understand simple economics and why its bad to have a monopoly? I.e charge whatever you want due to no competition. Why would anyone in their right mind sell something for a measly profit when they can charge pretty much as much as they want due to no risk of loosing customers to the other competitors.
Intel is out to make money not friends.
You might want to have read the entire conversation before commenting on the conversation.
Just like the previous person, you are saying EXACTLY what I am saying......but you would have known that had you actually read our conversation. Since you didn't, I will sum it up for you....
Someone made a snide comment about AMD doing this (what the thread is about).
I made a sarcastic comment about how there is a lack of serious competition between Intel and AMD
At one point I actually said...
Originally Posted by PostalTwinkie
Once upon a time it wasn't a bad deal, but we are now 4 generations into this same configuration and price setup. There is no damn reason Intel can't offer us 6 cores for that price, and on the top end 8 to 12 cores. Intel hasn't done much to really push offerings and performance, just giving us paltry gains, because they don't have hard competition pushing them.
The above was followed by someone stating the same thing I did, followed by my previous comment, followed by your comment at the top of this reply.
Cheers mate! Way to keep up.