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post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by NamelessMC View Post
Okay look, I'm not supposed to tell you guys this.

In fact, I could be dead tomorrow, but the truth has to be known.

This is the real reason the R600 was delayed. Please... Don't look at this if you're faint of heart or pregnant.


















Yes, I know... It's disturbing. The truth has to be known though. ATI killed 7 members of my team, is currently pursuing me to stop me from revealing this information. I could be dead at any mo------

Im seriously serious: Are you serious?
post #12 of 15
Well this does make sense to why it was delayed. It may not be confirmed fact but makes alot of sense.
post #13 of 15
Yeah R600 does have problems, that makes this news valid.
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post #14 of 15
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No, you do not have to assume anything right away. Get enough bits and pieces from multiple sources and draw your own conclusion. Like... how did we all know the delay of the R600? Bits and pieces of data from a few sources. AMD/ATI can say the R600 launched on time in May since they never offical announced a launch date. However, we ALL know that it was delayed.
Perhaps "assumption" was a bad choice in words. My point was that just because the information seems related doesn't mean the conclusion made is true. You gave an example of where the conclusion turned out to be true, but there are also examples of where information led to a false conclusion.
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I'm thinking because all of the testing had to be done in a space or the minisun that is the R600 would have melted the entire testing lab... I don't know how they produced them, but I'm thinking aliens had to have helped them with this.
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