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post #161 of 10602
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No comments on client products, that is not my world.
Didn't you technically already make a comment on it earlier by saying current AM3 boards couldn't update to support Bulldozer
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post #162 of 10602
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Didn't you technically already make a comment on it earlier by saying current AM3 boards couldn't update to support Bulldozer
Lol! No, I think it's JF's way of saying that, really means "I'm not at liberty to discuss the details that haven't been (un)officially leaked previously. So don't bother asking." In a nice way, that makes you feel all warm and gooey inside

I'm betting he has that response in a .txt file on his desktop for quick copying & pasting.
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post #163 of 10602
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Didn't you technically already make a comment on it earlier by saying current AM3 boards couldn't update to support Bulldozer
I made one comment on client because it was becoming a real issue with people getting the data wrong.

The biggest reason for me to not answer client questions is that as soon as I answer one, the flood gates open up.
post #164 of 10602
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No comments on client products, that is not my world.
Could you get someone who CAN comment on client products pls ? Since 99% of the customers on this board are NOT here because they are running servers. It's sort of like a heavy-duty diesel mechanic trying to answer questions on a Hybrid compact car, while being hamstrung by the sales dept.
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Could you get someone who CAN comment on client products pls ? Since 99% of the customers on this board are NOT here because they are running servers. It's sort of like a heavy-duty diesel mechanic trying to answer questions on a Hybrid compact car, while being hamstrung by the sales dept.
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post #166 of 10602
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That is not my call. If you guys aren't happy with my being here, it's no big deal. I do this on my own time, not the company time. Just let me know.
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Ouch, so much for the last six months of folks suggesting 890 boards in builds for future proofing, glad I invest in gold

Kinda makes me giggle a little bit in an evil way, all that intel dead socket DEAD dEd Forgotten!!!! socket stuff that was spilling out during this time, ugh, was almost vomit inducing.
totally agree
and now it just gets glossed over as if it never was big selling point.
but in fact it was the #1 point against buying an i7 setup vs x6 when it was
shown they were about equal in performance when the thubans first came out.
most of the pro AMD guys and even myself gave advice to the potential system
buyer to go AMD for the future upgrade path with BD dropping into the AM3 rigs.

sorry to anyone who followed my advice to go AMD for this reason.
in the end AMD did sell more thubans and AM3 boards because of this
so i guess if it helps put AMD in a better market position,thats good for all
consumers.
    
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post #168 of 10602
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That is not my call. If you guys aren't happy with my being here, it's no big deal. I do this on my own time, not the company time. Just let me know.
Don't worry about the trolls. I for one appreciate your being here and your input massively I would eat my sempron if there was an intel rep on here half as active as you are
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totally agree
and now it just gets glossed over as if it never was big selling point.
but in fact it was the #1 point against buying an i7 setup vs x6 when it was
shown they were about equal in performance when the thubans first came out.
most of the pro AMD guys and even myself gave advice to the potential system
buyer to go AMD for the future upgrade path with BD dropping into the AM3 rigs.

sorry to anyone who followed my advice to go AMD for this reason.
in the end AMD did sell more thubans and AM3 boards because of this
so i guess if it helps put AMD in a better market position,thats good for all
consumers.
Nobody knew anything. It was wrong to say so. I recall saying a few times "Who knows if it's even going to be square?"
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post #169 of 10602
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That is not my call. If you guys aren't happy with my being here, it's no big deal. I do this on my own time, not the company time. Just let me know.
I love seeing you here. And personally, I'll scrounge for any info you can give.
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post #170 of 10602
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Socket 775 went from Single Core to Hyperthread, To Dual Core, to Quad Cores.

It spanned 5 CPU Generations. And two Architectures.
Yeah, but Intel kept switching chipsets on the 775 boards. A board with the 965 chipset couldn't run a C2Q.
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