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Originally Posted by BizzareRide View Post
A staunch AMD pundit given his overly-biased commentary on Intel parts.

Overclocking is not important to the overwhelming majority of Intel's users so I find it laughable that you're trying to chastise them for not catering to a specific demographic need when over clocking is only represented by a relatively minuscule amount. Furthermore, for the majority of those that are looking to over clock, Sandy Bridge does it better than any other chip before it. No, what you're referring to is a minuscule amount amongst a minority of users; the guys that like to bench for fun. Sounds to me like you're grasping at straws and coming up short.
No bias involved. I'm not talking broad scale here I'm talking OCN scale. The reason MOST of us are OCN members. We're into Overclocking. The only person I see "antagonizing" here is you.

I stated facts regarding both CPU manufacturers.

Fact is that Intel doesn't want their CPUs' overclocked and have gone to this length in order to minimize Overclocking. If you want to overclock a Sandy Bridge and future CPUs', you're going to PAY for the ability to do so. The cost is based on the ability of the CPU.

What I find funny is you take the fanboi stance. I never mentioned earlier Intel CPUs'. Only mentioned their business plan for their future CPUs'. Personally I have no hang ups using either Intel or AMD. If it's affordable for me at the time I will buy the best I can get my hands on. Sandy Bridge is a nice CPU, but I think that its reign will be short. Bulldozer is right around the corner has the same scale architecture and is based on ACTUAL cores not Hyperthreading.

But if your aim here was to ridicule me then you fail since there was nothing I said to ridicule.

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golden chip

wonder how many he went through to find it.
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No bias involved. I'm not talking broad scale here I'm talking OCN scale. The reason MOST of us are OCN members. We're into Overclocking. The only person I see "antagonizing" here is you.

I stated facts regarding both CPU manufacturers.

Fact is that Intel doesn't want their CPUs' overclocked and have gone to this length in order to minimize Overclocking. If you want to overclock a Sandy Bridge and future CPUs', you're going to PAY for the ability to do so. The cost is based on the ability of the CPU.

What I find funny is you take the fanboi stance. I never mentioned earlier Intel CPUs'. Only mentioned their business plan for their future CPUs'. Personally I have no hang ups using either Intel or AMD. If it's affordable for me at the time I will buy the best I can get my hands on. Sandy Bridge is a nice CPU, but I think that its reign will be short. Bulldozer is right around the corner has the same scale architecture and is based on ACTUAL cores not Hyperthreading.

But if your aim here was to ridicule me then you fail since there was nothing I said to ridicule.

~Ceadder
You're not taking a "fan boy stance" but yet you give further commentary on an unreleased processor that we know nothing about and then claiming verdict about said processor based on... Well, nothing. You're coming up short again... I don't like your version of the "facts" as they tend to be skewed toward a biased.

Fact: If Intel was really trying to "limit" over clocking on Sandy Bridge then it wouldn't over clock better than any chip that AMD offers while running cooler and requiring less power. Given that FACT, any comparison to AMD is moot.

Fact: SB over clocks exceptionally well for most users on overclock.net. You're just arbitrarily skewing its ability to over clock given the topic of this thread.

Ridicule you? No. I'm just calling out fallacious logic.
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You guys realize having both companies produce good chips benefits you?

Competition = better bang for buck for us
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5.8 on H2O is no joke, either.
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You guys realize having both companies produce good chips benefits you?

Competition = better bang for buck for us
Arguably, the only company to lower prices due to competition in the past 3 years has been AMD. The i7s came and went at 290 USD. The i5s have actually increased in price with the new generation. Meanwhile, the 965 BE came at 250 USD and has dropped as low as 150 USD. Thubans were 300 USD, now they can be had for under 200.
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Arguably, the only company to lower prices due to competition in the past 3 years has been AMD. The i7s came and went at 290 USD. The i5s have actually increased in price with the new generation. Meanwhile, the 965 BE came at 250 USD and has dropped as low as 150 USD. Thubans were 300 USD, now they can be had for under 200.
Intel doesn't need to compete on price, since core2 things have been pretty onesided. Can't really fault the guys that hang on to inferior tech for familiarity, I still use creative on my DAW
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http://www.bit-tech.net/news/bits/20...om-hits-7ghz/1

Just thought I'd mention this here.
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Didn't someone here reach 7ghz not too long ago?
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
No bias involved. I'm not talking broad scale here I'm talking OCN scale. The reason MOST of us are OCN members. We're into Overclocking. The only person I see "antagonizing" here is you.

I stated facts regarding both CPU manufacturers.

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But if your aim here was to ridicule me then you fail since there was nothing I said to ridicule.

~Ceadder
They don't want people to overclock so they released a version that is $30 more that has an unlocked multiplier? Makes perfect sense!
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