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Evey post I see of people complaining about this cpu makes me laugh harder and harder. If you scroll up and look at the top-left of your screen, you'll see this website's motto: The Pursuit of Performance... NOT the pursuit of economic performance or pursuit of ballanced-value performance.

If you can't afford it, thats fine, go do something productive instead. Intel is doing what they've always done (and are good at): binning their best chips and selling 'em at 500% over cost. Those that want a real 6-core now have to pay the premium. If you can wait, the i7 970 comes out in Q3 so they're just around the corner.
The title doesn't say anything about "The Pursuit of Credit Card Debt" or "The Pursuit of Frittered Away Inheritences", now does it? And I don't see anything about "The Pursuit of Wasted Lottery Winnings" up there, either.

The pursuit of performance means just that. We're after performance. It doesn't mean we have to like or want CPUs this outrageously overpriced. We're here to make what we have perform as well as we can.

The sooner you learn that there's more to performance than spending more money than you have on chips you don't need the sooner you'll blend in 'round here.

Seriously there's no excuse to charge more than 500 dollars for a CPU, and there's no reason a sane overclocker would spend more than that on a single CPU. The only people here that will be buying a 990X are those who have more dollars than sense, those who care solely about their e-peen, and those who have daddy's credit card and don't give a rat's ass about how much they spend. Anyone with a head on their shoulders will be either buying the lower-end models that are still overkill for gaming or buying used EE's for half the price they sold for three months ago.


Besides, didn't overclocking originate because people wanted to take the low-end Celerons and make them outrun the high-end(And expensive) Pentiums?


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too much talking on here, only one thing need be said:

1090T FTW SUCK IT
Go take your AMD fanboyism somewhere else.
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^ the truth.
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Idiots with more money than sense?
I wish I had more money than sense


But ya, I would love to have one of these chips, but you would also have to pair it with the best gpu
    
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People who can use 12 threads and don't like the idea of using server parts to make a 12 core AMD rig?


you don't know what hyperthreading is do you?

HT =/= real cores
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The title doesn't say anything about "The Pursuit of Credit Card Debt" or "The Pursuit of Frittered Away Inheritences", now does it? And I don't see anything about "The Pursuit of Wasted Lottery Winnings" up there, either.

The pursuit of performance means just that. We're after performance. It doesn't mean we have to like or want CPUs this outrageously overpriced. We're here to make what we have perform as well as we can.

The sooner you learn that there's more to performance than spending more money than you have on chips you don't need the sooner you'll blend in 'round here.

Seriously there's no excuse to charge more than 500 dollars for a CPU, and there's no reason a sane overclocker would spend more than that on a single CPU. The only people here that will be buying a 990X are those who have more dollars than sense, those who care solely about their e-peen, and those who have daddy's credit card and don't give a rat's ass about how much they spend. Anyone with a head on their shoulders will be either buying the lower-end models that are still overkill for gaming or buying used EE's for half the price they sold for three months ago.


Besides, didn't overclocking originate because people wanted to take the low-end Celerons and make them outrun the high-end(And expensive) Pentiums?
Um, well, what about the guys going for world records on HWBot? The guys who put their chips under LN2 at overclocking competitions? You need an unlocked multi for that. It's not like Intel gives out TWKR chips like AMD does...
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Um, well, what about the guys going for world records on HWBot? The guys who put their chips under LN2 at overclocking competitions? You need an unlocked multi for that. It's not like Intel gives out TWKR chips like AMD does...


They would be people who are after solely the e-peen. Or maybe a hint of more dollars than sense.

Those world records are nice and all but they're useless as the chips don't last more than an hour or two and they're still not quite stable.

It's like building a car that can do 8.45's in the quarter but would explode if you tried to go down to Burger King and clog up your arteries at three in the morning. Amusing to watch, takes a fair bit of skill to do, but in the end is utterly useless.
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You can pursue performance with any level of hardware, on any budget.
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You can pursue performance with any level of hardware, on any budget.
Yea exactly, there is nothing wrong with Intel doing this, and it's nothing new either. It's no different to car companies producing super cars, most people can get by with a Ford Escort, but there's always someone who will shell out for a Bugatti Veyron.
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The title doesn't say anything about "The Pursuit of Credit Card Debt" or "The Pursuit of Frittered Away Inheritences", now does it? And I don't see anything about "The Pursuit of Wasted Lottery Winnings" up there, either.
You're right, it doesn't. But if it takes a $1000 cpu to achieve ultimate performance, then that's the pursuit of performance.

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The pursuit of performance means just that. We're after performance. It doesn't mean we have to like or want CPUs this outrageously overpriced. We're here to make what we have perform as well as we can.
Again, you're right: Nobody wants their hardware to cost any more than necessary. But for those determined (ie: pursuing) to have top-of-the-line performance, these $1000 cpus are the only option.

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The sooner you learn that there's more to performance than spending more money than you have on chips you don't need the sooner you'll blend in 'round here.
Do I have any extreme edition chips? No. Did I do my research and save my money to get the best possible computer for my budget and needs? Yes. The sooner you learn that there's more to performance than being thrify and scacrifing power to save money the sooner you'll blend in 'round here.

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Seriously there's no excuse to charge more than 500 dollars for a CPU, and there's no reason a sane overclocker would spend more than that on a single CPU.
Oh yes there is: Intel likes easy profits and plenty of people don't mind paying that kind of money. "Sane" overclockers don't set world records. But in the end, you missed the entire point of my original post: These cpus ARE worth it for some people. These cpus ARE the ultimate answer for people in the pursuit of performance.

I understand what you're saying: Similar performance can be had for a lot less if one is patient and smart enough. I agree. But all the idiots scoffing and complaining about how there is no legitimate or justifiable use for such a cpu are completely and utterly wrong.

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Besides, didn't overclocking originate because people wanted to take the low-end Celerons and make them outrun the high-end(And expensive) Pentiums?
Probably. But you have to remember that pentiums had larger caches and a shorter pipe lengths, meaning they were faster clock for clock... in addition to being able to oc higher.
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Besides, didn't overclocking originate because people wanted to take the low-end Celerons and make them outrun the high-end(And expensive) Pentiums?
No.

I was overclocking long before Intel had Celerons, and people have been overclocking PCs since before I was born.
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