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An ace up AMD's sleeve? They better have a royal flush when Nehalem releases.
Well put.
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An ace up AMD's sleeve? They better have a royal flush when Nehalem releases.
More like five of a kind. I'm pulling for AMD, but I just don't see it happening. I don't know. It's just sad.

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Well, I am going to use absolutes and I will tell you that the 9850 will never get to 3.6GHz unless they are doing some stupid pin-mod activating stuff that normally does not work to boost the voltage through the roof, in which case the heat dissipation will also be through the roof. Most of these crappy 9850s can barely pass 3.0GHz.



Edit: I retract that. Maybe they will make their boards and chips ship with liquid nitrogen cooling so you can get them to 3.6GHz.
So I just wanted to remind everyone why you don't talk about absolutes, cause you just make yourself look stupid later on

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Interesting idea. I will have to wait and see how well this really bodes for AMD and if it takes anything away from Intel. I dont expect anything massive...but the whole unlocked multiplier idea is very appealing..especially to the overclockers of this world.
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