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Oh I see so the kill switch is only really active in laptops and the DRM wouldn't effect anyone in this whole forum... Pretty much seems like a non issue then.
Exactly! People are making a big deal of something they won't ever see.
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To summarize the
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...echnology.html
quoted customer service call:
the i7-2600k on a motherboard with a P67 chipset will not have a Kill Switch nor have the CPU's integrated graphics available; so no issue of whether Intel Insider Service is a DRM either.
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Why may I ask has this thread gone on for 40 pages if it has been de-bunked and has been shown to be something which will only effect like 00.00001%(if that) of SB users.
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Why may I ask has this thread gone on for 40 pages if it has been de-bunked and has been shown to be something which will only effect like 00.00001%(if that) of SB users.
Because it hasn't been "debunked."

The hardware level DRM is built in every SB chip...yes, desktop processors too...not just laptop processors.

And the title of the thread is Sandy bridge contains hardware level DRM and killswitch...which it does.

Nothing has been debunked.

Remember Intel also came out and said this is not DRM. They say it's "Intel Insider" and not "DRM" which is hilarious! DRM by definition, is exactly what "Intel Insider" is! I find that Intel lost a lot of trust and credibility in this regard by trying to hide that fact.
    
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Because it hasn't been "debunked."

The hardware level DRM is built in every SB chip...yes, desktop processors too...not just laptop processors.

And the title of the thread is Sandy bridge contains hardware level DRM and killswitch...which it does.

Nothing has been debunked.

Remember Intel also came out and said this is not DRM. They say it's "Intel Insider" and not "DRM" which is hilarious! DRM by definition, is exactly what "Intel Insider" is! I find that Intel lost a lot of trust and credibility in this regard by trying to hide that fact.
It's only applicable if you use Intel's Integrated GPU.
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Because it hasn't been "debunked."

The hardware level DRM is built in every SB chip...yes, desktop processors too...not just laptop processors.

And the title of the thread is Sandy bridge contains hardware level DRM and killswitch...which it does.

Nothing has been debunked.

Remember Intel also came out and said this is not DRM. They say it's "Intel Insider" and not "DRM" which is hilarious! DRM by definition, is exactly what "Intel Insider" is! I find that Intel lost a lot of trust and credibility in this regard by trying to hide that fact.
By debunked I was talking about your seemingly scaremongering statements.

This issues is seemingly fully resolved and debunked(in the sense that it has been shown that the hardware level DRM and killswitch have little to no effect on any user on this forum or nearly any intel customer and if it does it only adds an extra level of protection, for example with the killswitch)

Killswitch:
The killswitch is only enabled on laptops. The killswitch is simply an added level of protection for the user if their laptop gets stolen.

DRM:
From what I understand the DRM is only active with onboard graphics and a specific motherboard(please correct me if I have this wrong).

All of the pounds have been gone over on this thread, IMHO there is no real reason for this thread to go on unless you have any evidence to the contrary of the pounds made in the thread I linked you to.
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Yet you do not want to comment on Intel's statement I see, saying that it is not DRM when it in fact is?

You do understand that you are just regurgitating what Intel is putting out there.

So if Intel says it's not DRM, do you believe them Juganot?

Should we not question them if they came out with one blatant lie already?
    
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Yet you do not want to comment on Intel's statement I see, saying that it is not DRM when it in fact is?

You do understand that you are just regurgitating what Intel is putting out there.

So if Intel says it's not DRM, do you believe them Juganot?

Should we not question them if they came out with one blatant lie already?
No real worth in worrying about something that won't affect a big portion of Intel's consumers.
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not affecting you if your short sighted, by buying this product your supporting the idea...the idea of the future in which everything is streaming this affects everyone...
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not affecting you if your short sighted, by buying this product your supporting the idea...the idea of the future in which everything is streaming...
Technically I support the idea if I opt to use it... It's an "optional" feature at this point. Meaning if I really want to go out and buy a H67 and use the Intel Integrated, then I will be supporting it.
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