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so intel will be making better GPUs, and nvidia will start making CPUS?
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If 2000 point vantage scores are "better", then hells yes.
    
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One thing Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge will never be able to do.... go out side.
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One thing Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge will never be able to do.... go out side.
Umm actually high end laptops will have those chips.

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If 2000 point vantage scores are "better", then hells yes.
I'll stick with my over 20,000 point vantage score on my current sig rig, thank you.
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I wouldn't let the killswitch stop you from buying the cpu. What the killswitch does is it basically halts your computer, and stops you from being able to use it. Your cpu may be rendered useless but you can still go out and buy another cpu and your other components will work worse case scenario.
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That's nice to know. NOT!!!
Think I'll be looking into Bulldozer when it surfaces.
I'll be keeping my current rig, but I'd like to build an AMD rig!
I wouldn't worry about it. It's a worse case scenario kind of deal, but probable. I'd be wary of buying Sandy Bridge chips used however considering this feature as well. Resale value on these chips considering the DRM and that Killswitch issue might thwart people who like to upgrade frequently. If you buy the processor used and the original owner uses the killswitch and deactivates it...hmmm...another interesting problem with the killswitch. Plus if hackers find a way to use the killswitch and just wreak havoc on you, disabling your pc...

Not good.
    
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God, why didn't intel think of that?!

Have you given any thought about doing the movie with Mel Gibson?
    
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I wouldn't worry about it. It's a worse case scenario kind of deal, but probable. I'd be wary of buying Sandy Bridge chips used however considering this feature as well. Resale value on these chips considering the DRM and that Killswitch issue might thwart people who like to upgrade frequently. If you buy the processor used and the original owner uses the killswitch and deactivates it...hmmm...another interesting problem with the killswitch. Plus if hackers find a way to use the killswitch and just wreak havoc on you, disabling your pc...

Not good.
Wow way to spread misinformation. Thanks for making overclock.net a more retarded place.

This kill switch is a feature of Intel vPro. It will not work, I repeat not work unless vPro is set up and enabled and only your company can enable that. This feature is for corporate customers.

Plus, in order for it to work, your 3G wireless card (WWAN and very few 3G wireless cards are vPro certified) has to be certified by Intel for vPro use. Its not enabled by default and your company would have to use vPro infrastructure for it to work.

Idiots like Big Cactus needs to be banned.
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Wow way to spread misinformation. Thanks for making overclock.net a more retarded place.

This kill switch is a feature of Intel vPro. It will not work, I repeat not work unless vPro is set up and enabled and only your company would. This feature is for corporate customers.

Plus, in order for it to work, your 3G wireless card (WWAN and very few 3G wireless cards are vPro certified) has to be certified by Intel for vPro use. Its not enabled by default and your company would have to use vPro infrastructure for it to work.

Idiots like Big Cactus needs to be banned.
It's a worse case scenario type of deal which is what I said. Those security measures are in place, but let's be honest here, there are still security vulnerabilities with the anti-theft feature.
    
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It's a worse case scenario type of deal which is what I said. Those security measures are in place, but let's be honest here, there are still security vulnerabilities with the anti-theft feature.

These kill switch has always existed even before you were born (seeing as you keep spreading misinformation and pulling BS out of your mouth, you can't be more than 10 years old right?). Corporate customers rely on kill switch features so that they can protect sensitive data from theft. This is honestly nothing new.

And also the DRM thing, don't even get started. You have no idea what you're talking about so lets just close this whole thread before you start filling people's heads with misinformation.

Why don't you wear a tin foil hat and hide in the corner if you're so scared of these "features" that will have no impact on you.
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I hear yah.
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