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I don't takes sides, I don't care who "wins" between Intel, AMD, Nvidia, and ATI.
Wait wait wait..

You mean you don't have 4 different t-shirts to wear for whoever you are backing at the moment? I thought everyone did that
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Wait wait wait..

You mean you don't have 4 different t-shirts to wear for whoever you are backing at the moment? I thought everyone did that
T-shirts?? I thought they had tattoos on their foreheads.
Edited by i7monkey - 12/30/10 at 6:26pm
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I think it'll be reasonable to upgrade from 775 to SB, don't you?


Again, open for 1366


Damn, fanboys here, fanboys there... Ofcourse we're all fanboys - some Intel, some AMD Fact is both have pros and cons... [did I just make a Cpt. Obvious is obvious?]...

STOP all the hating!
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I'm egging on "my side"??? I'm a "fanboy"?

News flash nerd, I have no side, I'm just a dude with a computer. I don't care who makes it, I have no allegiances, I don't takes sides, I don't care who "wins" between Intel, AMD, Nvidia, and ATI.

Some of you people really need a life.
There you go again calling names. Maturity at its finest.

I was referring to all of us as fellow Intel fanboys (regardless of socket or processor). Not because many of the 1366 owners are holding onto their current chips with their lives like Leo Dicaprio on that door in the water at the end of Titanic for fear that they may lose their spot at the top of the performance charts (sans the hexacores).
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I think it'll be reasonable to upgrade from 775 to SB, don't you?


Again, open for 1366


Damn, fanboys here, fanboys there... Ofcourse we're all fanboys - some Intel, some AMD Fact is both have pros and cons... [did I just make a Cpt. Obvious is obvious?]...

STOP all the hating!
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Moronic fanboys should realize increased market competition results in lower prices and better products. Being a fanboy is irrational and pointless.
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PC's are stupid, I love my Mac Pro with DesertIguana 5, it freakin' kicks butt and never crashes or gets viruses. I don't even need to overclock it because it's already faster than everything.
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There you go again calling names. Maturity at its finest.

I was referring to all of us as fellow Intel fanboys (regardless of socket or processor). Not because many of the 1366 owners are holding onto their current chips with their lives like Leo Dicaprio on that door in the water at the end of Titanic for fear that they may lose their spot at the top of the performance charts (sans the hexacores).
+1 Leo DiCaprio reference! He's so dreamy...I mean, what?

Fancy new processors are just like women and cars, when something bigger, faster, or better comes along, 85% will jump ship and drop all alliances. Thats just how technology always is, but do YOU (in particular) have to upgrade right away as well? Heck no. If the OP decides to upgrade from 1366 in a year or 2-3 years from now thats still perfectly acceptable.

Now, I will wait until Ivy comes out and immediately get it, but thats a different story. Not everyone has the same "goals" as everyone else on here.
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