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Originally Posted by Xinc;12937092 
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You do not about fight club.

I have to stop reading these threads, we end up talking about the same stuff over and over again. biggrin.gif

I've been looking all over on the net and all I can find is total confusion on this subject. You have the peeps in the Asus camp 110% sure the BD will work on their mobos, but ignoring the fact if you stuff a BD in the AM3 socket, AMD will not have to honor the warranty because they have said that they do not support BD on AM3. Then you have everyone else shopping for a new system and all they find is confusion, so this is a VERY big issue for AMD because this could drive customers over to Intel. Time will tell what will work.
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Originally Posted by Obakemono;12936962 
And while you are at it shut the hell up yourself dude! You and a few others were foaming at the mouth that the Asus stunt was a sure thing that you started bashing people for it! NOBODY HAS SEEN PROOF THAT ASUS DID IT. Like I said before, JUST BECAUSE THERE IS A TEST BIOS OUT, does not mean that it is true.

Show us the proof that they had a BD CPU running on your POS Asus mobo. PLEASE! You ask me for proof, then why don't you us show proof as well. I don't have the copy of the NDA, but it is obvious that the NDA might have been broken or somewhat exposed because of Asus.

You repeated flame people who disagree with you, and frankly I think you have a real issue buddy. I'm sick of people like you that go nuts over something then treat people like crap when they have a different view on the subject.

http://hothardware.com/News/Mud-In-The-Water-Asus-Claims-Existing-Boards-AM3-Compatible/

Troll much? Thats all you seem to do in these threads.

Why would Asus bother to create and release a bios if AM3+ chips were incompatible with the AM3 boards? Short answer, they wouldn't.

Why would Asus set up a web page specifically devoted to AM3+ chips being compatible with AM3 boards if they weren't?
http://event.asus.com/2011/mb/AM3_PLUS_Ready/

You whinge about people that "go nuts" yet here you are going nuts at everyone, telling people to "shut the hell up" and yelling at people.

It's easy to see that you are here simply to disrupt discussion, your not fooling anyone.
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Originally Posted by Armand Hammer;12937615 
Troll much? Thats all you seem to do in these threads.

Why would Asus bother to create and release a bios if AM3+ chips were incompatible with the AM3 boards? Short answer, they wouldn't.

Why would Asus set up a web page specifically devoted to AM3+ chips being compatible with AM3 boards if they weren't?
http://event.asus.com/2011/mb/AM3_PLUS_Ready/

You whinge about people that "go nuts" yet here you are going nuts at everyone, telling people to "shut the hell up" and yelling at people.

It's easy to see that you are here simply to disrupt discussion, your not fooling anyone.

This is an argument that you need to stay out of. If you read the history on this subject you will find that I'm not trolling. This is a continuation of several threads where people just don't get it, including you. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Obakemono;12937819 
This is an argument that you need to stay out of. If you read the history on this subject you will find that I'm not trolling. This is a continuation of several threads where people just don't get it, including you. thumb.gif

Yeah, as expected you dodged my questions.

Thus proving my point.

Perhaps you could coherently explain it to the people "who just dont get it"?

If you can.

Oh well, I'll stay out of it now.

Have at it.
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Truth: AMD is not supporting BD on AM3 sockets.
Truth: No one knows (publicly) if BD is AM3b only.
Truth: There is no photographic proof that Asus had a BD running on a AM3 socket.
Truth: The Asus newsletter has caused a massive amount of confusion.
Truth: To get the best performance and have a warranty for your BD CPU is to buy a mobo with a AM3+ socket.
Truth: Other mobo makers are releasing AM3+ revisions of certain current mobos.
Truth: Nobody really knows (publicly) what BD's details are.
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Originally Posted by JCPUser;12937818 
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What the heck bro? If you don't like it don't read. But i'm enjoying this awesomeness. TAKE YOUR HAND OFF THE REPORT BUTTON.
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Originally Posted by Intangible;12939145 
What the heck bro? If you don't like it don't read. But i'm enjoying this awesomeness. TAKE YOUR HAND OFF THE REPORT BUTTON.

I haven't reported anything...

But can someone please explain to me what exactly is "awesome" about the same people making the same arguments for the 1000th time with no more information than we had a month ago?

Yeah, really rad bro:rolleyes:
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Honestly, If I were serious about buying a Bulldozer system I would just save up $1000 and buy the best possible hardware for it at release and not even worry about compatibility. We still have what another 3 months till release? Just wait.
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Originally Posted by JCPUser;12940061 
I haven't reported anything...

But can someone please explain to me what exactly is "awesome" about the same people making the same arguments for the 1000th time with no more information than we had a month ago?

Yeah, really rad bro:rolleyes:

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