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ITX is ridiculous if you ask me. They buy a gigantic furniture for their gigantic TV but oh no, I need a tiny computer that overheats and it's slow.

Water cooling eliminates that. I've got a push pull radiator build in a Bitfenix and an ITX mobo. You can put full speed processors in it too! With tons of VRMs like the Intel ITX for better phasing.
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post #142 of 325
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Water cooling eliminates that. I've got a push pull radiator build in a Bitfenix and an ITX mobo. You can put full speed processors in it too! With tons of VRMs like the Intel ITX for better phasing.

A solution that didn't require a problem. They usually have gigantic furniture that would fit a truck and they try to fit fast hardware into a tiny box. Logic will catch up eventually and people will realize they need medium sized boxes for computers that do not leave their spot.

Mobile phones or small tablets on the go.

Desktop the king of the stationary.
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post #143 of 325
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A solution that didn't require a problem. They usually have gigantic furniture that would fit a truck and they try to fit fast hardware into a tiny box. Logic will catch up eventually and people will realize they need medium sized boxes for computers that do not leave their spot.

Mobile phones or small tablets on the go.

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Any larger than medium and it's annoying! tongue.gif
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ITX is ridiculous if you ask me. They buy a gigantic furniture for their gigantic TV but oh no, I need a tiny computer that overheats and it's slow.

While we're at it, let's also mock the form factor of all game consoles. Why the hell wouldn't they use larger enclosures to cool their components, am I right? Clearly the Xbone didn't go far enough with it's blocky and large casing. It's not going anywhere, right?

You're right. Absolutely ridiculous.
     
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All I can say is that whatever the news might be from AMD, there will be no doubt be negative criticism posted here. There, I'm calling it now. thumb.gif
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All I can say is that whatever the news might be from AMD, there will be no doubt be negative criticism posted here. There, I'm calling it now. thumb.gif

Undoubtedly so, but we must remember why negative criticism seems to follow AMD around in the CPU world wink.gif
    
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Undoubtedly so, but we must remember why negative criticism seems to follow AMD around in the CPU world wink.gif

Because Intel used shady tactics years ago to cut them off at the knees and they're still trying to recover?
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The die is almost completely exposed already I really hope there will be good quality laptops with high cap batteries 1080P+ screens and mullins.
Battery life and just good enough graphics to play minimum is all I seek in a laptop.

A 30hour batterylife would be incredible of course that could only be done with a super efficient screen and a huge 12 cell battery.
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Undoubtedly so, but we must remember why negative criticism seems to follow AMD around in the CPU world wink.gif

Well, given the history of AMD's innovations of the past, the current APU trend (which Intel lags behind) and the perceived "failure" of the BD architecture, seems the only complaints that Intel gets is about how expensive they are and the minor improvements from generation to generation. Honestly AMD is solving a problem in a different way rather than Intel or anyone else is, but everyone hates them for doing so but cries "We need competition". Ironic at best IMO.

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Because Intel used shady tactics years ago to cut them off at the knees and they're still trying to recover?

Exactly. Just like the article about Intel offering "discounts" to buy their products currently. Shady tactics continue.
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Well, given the history of AMD's innovations of the past, the current APU trend (which Intel lags behind) and the perceived "failure" of the BD architecture, seems the only complaints that Intel gets is about how expensive they are and the minor improvements from generation to generation. Honestly AMD is solving a problem in a different way rather than Intel or anyone else is, but everyone hates them for doing so but cries "We need competition". Ironic at best IMO.
Exactly. Just like the article about Intel offering "discounts" to buy their products currently. Shady tactics continue.

Agreed, extremely ironic. Its tough being second place in an industry with only 2 competitors. I am hoping that what ever they end up launching can continue to work them out of the financial hardships.
    
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