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AMD HATER, if you don't like AMD don't buy their products you don't have to be a complete turd about it.
More competition is better for the consumer. AMDs existence actually benefits Intel fanboys even if they don't have the brain cells to work this out. By the way I'm not an AMD fanboy so don't bother, I'm a PC fanboy.
I hate AMD and Intel. And Apple.

AMD is there so you can choose not to buy their product. Otherwise it would be a monopoly.

I'm a fanboy of fanboys, and I support this message.
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post #12 of 41
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Originally Posted by Ding Chavez View Post
AMD HATER, if you don't like AMD don't buy their products you don't have to be a complete turd about it.
More competition is better for the consumer. AMDs existence actually benefits Intel fanboys even if they don't have the brain cells to work this out. By the way I'm not an AMD fanboy so don't bother, I'm a PC fanboy.

I'm sure the Intel marketing department have analysed the chip features to the nth degree and this is what they've come up with to maximise profit margins.
"i'm not a AMD fanboy" said the person with the AMD build and AMD/ATI logo below his avatar...
And why do u assume all Intel fanboys are dumb?

Be careful of what you post because you've already contradicted yourself.
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what he said
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post #14 of 41
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what he said
Lol

Also if Im in the mood to do some overclocking, Which processor/motherboard should we be buying? (1155 socket only)
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post #15 of 41
It is NOT true that the H67 chipset does not support overclocking. Take it from the horse's mouth:

http://www.intel.com/cd/products/ser...iew/462674.htm

"Intel® H67 Express Chipset also enables overclocking features of unlocked 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors."

The real reason why they put 6 EUs in non-K versions could have to do with fab quality. K and non-K versions have the same die area and the same number of transistors (at least I haven't seen anyone claim otherwise), the ones with all 12 EUs functional are labelled 'K', the ones where some EU's are faulty are labelled non-K.

As far as I know, even if you don't have the H67 chipset, you can still use the built-in "graphics card" part of the CPU, for example, to accelerate video compression.
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post #16 of 41
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I hate AMD and Intel. And Apple.

AMD is there so you can choose not to buy their product. Otherwise it would be a monopoly.

I'm a fanboy of fanboys, and I support this message
How can you hate any of these guys? This is why we are talking today. This is why we have such rapid advances in technology. Its absolutely absurb to say you hate everything that makes up our daily lives! And keeps our prices reasonable.
post #17 of 41
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It is NOT true that the H67 chipset does not support overclocking. Take it from the horse's mouth:

http://www.intel.com/cd/products/ser...iew/462674.htm

"Intel® H67 Express Chipset also enables overclocking features of unlocked 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors."

The real reason why they put 6 EUs in non-K versions could have to do with fab quality. K and non-K versions have the same die area and the same number of transistors (at least I haven't seen anyone claim otherwise), the ones with all 12 EUs functional are labelled 'K', the ones where some EU's are faulty are labelled non-K.

As far as I know, even if you don't have the H67 chipset, you can still use the built-in "graphics card" part of the CPU, for example, to accelerate video compression.
you can overclock only the integrated graphics on a H67 chipset.


watch that.

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How can you hate any of these guys? This is why we are talking today. This is why we have such rapid advances in technology. Its absolutely absurb to say you hate everything that makes up our daily lives! And keeps our prices reasonable.
I also hate Bose.
Edited by AMD HATER - 1/8/11 at 2:33am
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Who the hell would buy a 2600K for the integrated Graphics? I understand HTPC... But it's too much of a waste.
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Who the hell would buy a 2600K for the integrated Graphics? I understand HTPC... But it's too much of a waste.
yeah that was my ponit. way too much money for that lol
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post #20 of 41
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I also hate Bose
OK, now your on my team!
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