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Very nice podcast, answered many questions that pop up often on the site. Thanks to Asus and Intel for making it happen.
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That was awesome! The whole podcast was very informative. Huge thanks to Intel and Asus for setting this up.
    
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I just finished listening to the podcast. And I was surprised to sense a genuine enthusiasm to respond to all questions. Except to the one about Skylake in a smartphone, due to NDA. Although it being under NDA must almost mean that Intel is working on exactly doing that. Otherwise an NDA wouldn't be necessary.

It was also funny to first hear one of the Intel chaps explain at length about (historically) voiding warranty when overclocking, stability issues, thermal issues, etc. And then not too long after admitting that he ran one of the CPUs at home @5K on a waterblock. (Forgot which CPU.)


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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

The podcast for CPUs/chipsets is already recorded. Will post soon.

Does that mean there will be another episode soon (about other subjects than CPUs/chipsets)?
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I just finished listening to the podcast. And I was surprised to sense a genuine enthusiasm to respond to all questions. Except to the one about Skylake in a smartphone, due to NDA. Although it being under NDA must almost mean that Intel is working on exactly doing that. Otherwise an NDA wouldn't be necessary.

It was also funny to first hear one of the Intel chaps explain at length about (historically) voiding warranty when overclocking, stability issues, thermal issues, etc. And then not too long after admitting that he ran one of the CPUs at home @5K on a waterblock. (Forgot which CPU.)


Does that mean there will be another episode soon (about other subjects than CPUs/chipsets)?
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1) I don't think they would have come on if there were no enthusiasm to be on the show. We didn't force them to do so. smile.gif

2) The person stating the mandatory disclaimer on warranty and overclocking was Dan. The person talking about 5GHz was Aaron. The disclaimer is something they have to state, as the standard warranty does not cover overclocking. Disclaimers are required for people who think talking about overclocking implies you can send a CPU back if you kill/degrade it. The optional replacement plan Intel offer does cover overclocking, so there was something to talk about, I think.

3) Will have to wait and see.
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1) I don't think they would have come on if there were no enthusiasm to be on the show. We didn't force them to do so. smile.gif

2) The person stating the mandatory disclaimer on warranty and overclocking was Dan. The person talking about 5GHz was Aaron. The disclaimer is something they have to state, as the standard warranty does not cover overclocking. Disclaimers are required for people who think talking about overclocking implies you can send a CPU back if you kill/degrade it. The optional replacement plan Intel offer does cover overclocking, so there was something to talk about, I think.

3) Will have to wait and see.

My first comment, about enthusiasm, was meant positively.
My second comment, about overclocking, was in good spirits (of what to expect in the future, despite the warnings of voiding warranties).
Above were and still are my feelings at the time of posting, less than 2 minutes after the podcast. Explain it whichever way you want. I had no bad intentions at all.

(Especially since the last AMD hardware I ever bought was a HD 3870 GPU. Eight years ago. Which turned out to be a lemon of a GPU in many ways. Even the Mac version.)
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My first comment, about enthusiasm, was meant positively.
My second comment, about overclocking, was in good spirits (of what to expect in the future, despite the warnings of voiding warranties).
Above were and still are my feelings at the time of posting, less than 2 minutes after the podcast. Explain it whichever way you want. I had no bad intentions at all.

(Especially since the last AMD hardware I ever bought was a HD 3870 GPU. Eight years ago. Which turned out to be a lemon of a GPU in many ways. Even the Mac version.)

Glad you were positive, just wanted to clear up any misconceptions in the post.
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The optional replacement plan Intel offer does cover overclocking, so there was something to talk about, I think.

Its not like everyone knows to goto intel website to buy their OC plan
Its better than buying those extended warranties offered by amazon n newegg for example (which in itself is controversial)
the same goes with the motherboards too

I'd best get back to listening to the podcast
Edited by hhuey5 - 4/2/16 at 6:46pm
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As with all things in life, if you don't study or find a good teacher, you won't learn much smile.gif
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