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Hi guys, I think we should remove DRM from EVERYTHING!

Publishers have security over their products is total crap in my opinion.

We should also have all locks removed from doors and polices forces laid off since they don't allow me to do everything I want as well.

We are talking about private use and public use. When you purchase something, you should have a choice of either having DRM function or not. Intel hasn't let its consumers choose. Sure you can say well you don't have to buy the chip that has the DRM but all the sandybridge has DRM.....


I think guys, it all comes down to choice..
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This is just ruthless....time and time again some monster company crosses the line. BUT THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE!!! 3G Network access to your computer without you knowing? ***?

I was going to set up a sandy bridge render farm (14 builds w/ 2600k's), screw it I'm going i7 970's now and shell out an extra grand or two instead of putting up with this BS.
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Wow/. Just Wow
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Originally Posted by Authie;11952233 
This is just ruthless....time and time again some monster company crosses the line. BUT THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE!!! 3G Network access to your computer without you knowing? ***?

I was going to set up a sandy bridge render farm (14 builds w/ 2600k's), screw it I'm going i7 970's now and shell out an extra grand or two instead of putting up with this BS.

you are a moron. Please re-read everything you have misunderstood about SB...

just out of curiosity, who do you think is going to access the kill switch? and what do you think they have "access" to?

the only thing i see that is unacceptable is the FUD that is swarming around this product...
Edited by LiNERROR - 1/9/11 at 3:41pm
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you are a moron. Please re-read everything you have misunderstood about SB...

just out of curiosity, who do you think is going to access the kill switch? and what do you think they have "access" to?

First of all, there is not misunderstanding. I REALIZE that its "supposed" to be for their intel streaming service. Isn't that a little extreme? Hardware DRM for a service that nobody uses? It's the potential threat that I am worried about. If there is a potential threat to my business and I can choose to avoid it I will. Now, I'm not saying that Intel is the threat, but say there is an "insider" in Intel who knows how to access a computers information through a 3G Network. As long as this possibility exists I am not purchasing that product, period.
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If you're really upset about this DRM thing, why are you still purchasing Intel CPU's? You do realize that you're still feeding the beast, right?
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Because, I cannot really afford to wait until bulldozer arrives, and AMD's performance per watt is way behind right now in terms of multi threaded 3d rendering performance.

And, the i7 970 does not have DRM...
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You people need to take off your tinfoil hats and stop blowing this completely out of proportion.
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Originally Posted by Authie;11952769 
First of all, there is not misunderstanding. I REALIZE that its "supposed" to be for their intel streaming service. Isn't that a little extreme? Hardware DRM for a service that nobody uses? It's the potential threat that I am worried about. If there is a potential threat to my business and I can choose to avoid it I will. Now, I'm not saying that Intel is the threat, but say there is an "insider" in Intel who knows how to access a computers information through a 3G Network. As long as this possibility exists I am not purchasing that product, period.

Do you know how ridiculous you sound? Its a ******* clock!
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It's whatever you say it is, obviously.
Edited by Authie - 1/9/11 at 4:22pm
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