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    The curves are slowly getting closer or merely stablizing? Interesting what the next 2 years brings.

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    It'll all hinge on Sandy Bridge VS Bulldozer.

    With Llano going into Macs, AMD will get some air time, hopefully helping them out a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    It'll all hinge on Sandy Bridge VS Bulldozer.

    With Llano going into Macs, AMD will get some air time, hopefully helping them out a bit.

    We need a good AMD showing with Bulldozer so they get more marketshare to keep pricing where it needs to be Logan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    We need a good AMD showing with Bulldozer so they get more marketshare to keep pricing where it needs to be Logan.
    AMD wasn't so cheap when the Athlon XPs and Athlon 64s were tearing **** up. If Bulldozer is weak, then everything may stay about the same. If Bulldozer is powerful, then things will be interesting.

    I really hope that Bulldozer doesn't turn out to be another Agena.

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    Remember the AMD FX CPUs? Those things where so awesome until Conroe showed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinos View Post
    Remember the AMD FX CPUs? Those things where so awesome until Conroe showed up.
    Hell yeah!

    Everything AMD had was awesome until Conroe showed its beautiful, striking and sexily overclockable face.

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    And Intel will now make sure that enthusiasts are paid back for their previous... "enthusiasm"... by completely locking Sandy Bridge processor unless you over-pay for a special "K" series Sandy Bridge. I wonder how much of a premium they're going to demand? Hopefully only something small, like the i-875k currently has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eido.cohen View Post
    And Intel will now make sure that enthusiasts are paid back for their previous... "enthusiasm"... by completely locking Sandy Bridge processor unless you over-pay for a special "K" series Sandy Bridge. I wonder how much of a premium they're going to demand? Hopefully only something small, like the i-875k currently has.
    Overcharging is what Intel has done because AMD had absolutely nothing to compete with the Q series and i7(980). Hopefully, AMD will have something but by no means will this eliminate the $1000 price tags of the past but maybe $700 or $800 for the high end chip makes it more affordable. Although I own Intel, I root for AMD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Overcharging is what Intel has done because AMD had absolutely nothing to compete with the Q series and i7(980). Hopefully, AMD will have something but by no means will this eliminate the $1000 price tags of the past but maybe $700 or $800 for the high end chip makes it more affordable. Although I own Intel, I root for AMD.
    If AMD matches or outpaces Intel, you can expect to see the Extreme Edition chips remain at $1,000, as you said. Back in the day, Intel was getting absolutely wrecked by way of performance, and their chips held their prices. They still sold, too.

    lol @ the 3.73GHz P4 EE losing in performance to the 3.46GHz P4 EE.

    Have you guys tried the Big Chicken Sandwich combo @ jack in the box?

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