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And it is also why AMD will without a doubt still have the most bang-for-buck.

However, I will be purchasing the one with the best price : performance ratio, which is why I have a Thuban processor as opposed to an i7 right now. I'll decide when Bulldozer is released.
AMD best bang-for-buck argument was pretty outdated when the i7 950s dropped to $300. But the argument completely died with the release of Sandy Bridge CPUs.

I know it's hard for AMD fans to get this, but right now, Intel has both the performance crown, as well as the best bang-for-buck crown. So there is no still involved, AMD lost that title a while ago.

As for Bulldozer, please just wait and see... I would recommend not making any assumptions until some benchmarks are shown.

Your argument is as solid as the following;
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"the Radeon 7000 series completely destroys the GTX 600 series!!!!!!!!"
"proof?"
"I dunno ATI rules! omgomgomg nVidia sucks"
^I just hope you realize how ridiculous it is to judge something that still has not arrived based on the company who made it and your preference of it (or your hatred of their competitors).
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And replacing it with quad-channel is better how, exactly?
Computers like working in 2's not 3's.
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Thanks, but i'll keep my sweet, cheap, fast enough for me, 1155 cpu and board.
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Am I the only one that can't see the VR-Zone webpage??
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Wow I feel even better about not waiting for 2011 and just going with the Sand
    
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Am I the only one that can't see the VR-Zone webpage??
Nahh, you're not alone mate.
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And to think:

People say, "Wait for 2011, it'll be frickin' awesome!"

Now they have to add: "And it'll have an 'Intel Extreme' price tag".
    
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Would like to see pictures of the board, quad channel is nice but one DIMM per channel doesn't cut it to me. Hopefully higher end boards will have 8 DIMM slots altogether.
    
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If you look at other platforms, Intel's unlocked processors aren't always been a thousand dollars: Core i5 655k, Core i7 875k, and i7 2600k. Since I cannot fathom a difference between an unlocked processors, and an extreme edition CPU, I don't see how it makes any sense to charge a grand for that silicon.
Those ones aren't branded "Extreme"

And even for the older EEs it never made sense that they were a grand, they just did it because they could.
    
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And even for the older EEs it never made sense that they were a grand, they just did it because they could.
Because I can and I will
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