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Hasn't SP1 been available for a bit?

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Yes as you probably already know (ninja.gif), but until it shows up on MSDN/Technet and the hash can be verified with the leaks, the leaks remain unconfirmed as final SP1. There have been some reputable people as far as leaks go confirming the leaks, but I thought I would just put that out there so that people would know the difference between a leak and a confirmed release.

Back OT. I hope this date is for the integrated ISO as well as the standalone SP.
post #22 of 35
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Well all the same, I'll be waiting a few months before I download it. Don't need a endless BSOD loop like XP's SP3 gave me :/
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If that happens then you either did something wrong or something was wrong prior. I have never had ANY Windows service pack from XP to Vista give me a BSOD on the many rigs (with multiple installs/reformats) I've owned in the past. And I've had Windows 7 SP1 installed on two different systems since it was leaked and both have been perfectly fine since.
I've encountered the BSOD (black screen of death) black login screen twice after installing "critical updates" and had to roll back and wait for a newer update each time.
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Hopefully, it won't double the amount of RAM you need to run it like XP SP3 did.
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Hmm...now that you mentioned it, I do have this problem...
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What will this thing do?
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What will this thing do?
Hotfixes and Security Updates included in Windows 7 and also provides a bit of performance booster.
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Benchmarks?

EDIT: http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/38...s/index10.html

nicee!
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Hmm...now that you mentioned it, I do have this problem...
Me too.
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AVX instruction set coded into windows
so new intel SB CPU's theoretically can get up to 2x the Gflop performance with SP1
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Hey Bill,

Why not charge for service packs, like Apple?
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