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Second, you underestimate tech journalists, analyst, and academics as there those who specifically cover the DRAM industry. You will find these people are specialty and industry sites... not on consumer tech sites.
These three things are of very different caliber, and they too adhere to different standards according to circumstances. You have also just demanded specialty and industrial expertise from people who post consumer tech newslinks on consumer tech boards.
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So... in your world, saying "Prove it" is silencing free speech?
Please stop talking about a "proof" in a vacuum, it is really becoming similar to that "correlation does not equal causation" meme.
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How is data mining and analysis menial? If you can do it, there are plenty of high paying jobs for you.
It is the purpose of the task that makes it menial, you are using it as fluffy busywork. You telling people to "read reports" or "do data analysis" is as vague as "break out the math" or "do hard science".


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If ordinary people and journalists are given information to contrary, shouldn't they be willing to research? If something is beyond their expertise, then shouldn't they ask... "Tell me more" rather than "It can't be true because I don't understand."
1. No one has provided expertise here, and no one is challenging any that doesn't exist. This thread got here because Tsumi wanted secret recordings of the illegal proceedings. And you jumped in and demanded some vague economic expertise from people.
2. A real expert, the ones holding "high paying jobs", can not even prove themselves to laypeople within the limits of an internet message board. So no, professional grade investigative work is not presentable in a text message to total strangers.
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These three things are of very different caliber, and they too adhere to different standards according to circumstances. You have also just demanded specialty and industrial expertise from people who post consumer tech newslinks on consumer tech boards.
Please stop talking about a "proof" in a vacuum, it is really becoming similar to that "correlation does not equal causation" meme.
It is the purpose of the task that makes it menial, you are using it as fluffy busywork. You telling people to "read reports" or "do data analysis" is as vague as "break out the math" or "do hard science".
1. No one has provided expertise here, and no one is challenging any that doesn't exist. This thread got here because Tsumi wanted secret recordings of the illegal proceedings. And you jumped in and demanded some vague economic expertise from people.
2. A real expert, the ones holding "high paying jobs", can not even prove themselves to laypeople within the limits of an internet message board. So no, professional grade investigative work is not presentable in a text message to total strangers.

You chose to cherry pick the secret documents thing. My main point was that some retail prices alone do not qualify as evidence of collusion and secret dealings.
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This news makes no sense IMHO. If skylake is gonna hit the market around May then DDR4 availability must be enough to cover the new platform need and price have to lower considerably since it won't be enthusiast need only.....

...its either this or shelves full of unsold RAMs and CPUs

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This news makes no sense IMHO. If skylake is gonna hit the market around May then DDR4 availability must be enough to cover the new platform need and price have to lower considerably since it won't be enthusiast need only.....

...its either this or shelves full of unsold RAMs and CPUs

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The majority of Skylake sales will to OEMs and ODMs as usual.

DRAM companies are in the process of shifting resources from DDR3 to LPDDR3, DDR3LP, and DDR4.
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