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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Quote Originally Posted by Phence View Post
    Are you saying unreleased processor A beats unreleased processor B?

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    Yes according to paper. But we'll wait and see

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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Quote Originally Posted by Phence View Post
    Are you saying unreleased processor A beats unreleased processor B?

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    But of course! Didn't you know that such statements make it true?

    People need to spend less time learning and more time thinking
    Remove the word "co-incidence" from your vocabulary. Now, re-evaluate the evidence.
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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    And notice I used the term "expected" ... Eh

    I did not state that as a fact.

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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Quote Originally Posted by Seraph View Post
    Ryzen 9 1998X with 16 Cores, still whips Intel's ass

    And RYZEN 9 is expected to out perform Intel
    Provide some numbers or STFU.
    Tired of providing toilet paper for people to wipe their asses clean of speculative bullshit that keeps flying out of said assholes.
    Everything you may accuse an "nvidiot" of being, you yourself are now perpetuating.
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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Quote Originally Posted by Seraph View Post
    And notice I used the term "expected" ... Eh

    I did not state that as a fact.
    Expected exmected. You sound the town alarm because you "expect" something to happen or because your expectation has permeated into your concious decision making process.
    I claim it is the latter.
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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    @Munk couple things wrong with your name

    First is the M, that should of been an "C", and two, the K which should of been a "T".

    I expect you to make that change soon

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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Quote Originally Posted by Seraph View Post
    @Munk couple things wrong with your name

    First is the M, that should of been an "C", and two, the K which should of been a "T".

    I expect you to make that change soon
    Right back at you buddy. Keep fueling the hype train and I will keep tearing up the track a few miles ahead of you.
    Chest beating aside, every mention of how AMD is going to destory Nvidia just reminds me of a multi-hour long meeting with suppliers that I don't have the time to give any fucks towards at this present moment.

    So I mean this sincerely, you were simply someone in the front-line of this rally for speculation and wishful thinking to dominate testable, verifiable data and retail pricing.
    You came into my sights and I took shots at you. Not because of who you are but because of what you are propagating (hype).

    You can come away from this thinking I'm a cunt or you can realise how little piling on the hype train actually helps or benefits anyone.
    Or you can do both, this is the internet after all.

    I extend an apology in-so-far as my original posts may be construed as personal attacks.
    Beyond that I will take a shit on a 1080Ti and wipe my ass with the spikey side of an 1800X before I fanboy on any tech product/company.
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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    crisis...

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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Quote Originally Posted by Munk View Post
    Right back at you buddy. Keep fueling the hype train and I will keep tearing up the track a few miles ahead of you.
    Chest beating aside, every mention of how AMD is going to destory Nvidia just reminds me of a multi-hour long meeting with suppliers that I don't have the time to give any fucks towards at this present moment.

    So I mean this sincerely, you were simply someone in the front-line of this rally for speculation and wishful thinking to dominate testable, verifiable data and retail pricing.
    You came into my sights and I took shots at you. Not because of who you are but because of what you are propagating (hype).

    You can come way from this thinking I'm a cunt or you can realise how little piling on the hype train actually helps or benefits anyone.
    Or you can do both, this is the internet after all.

    I extend an apology in-so-far as my original posts may be construed as personal attacks.
    Beyond that I will take a shit on a 1080Ti and wipe my ass with the spikey side of an 1800X before I fanboy on any tech product/company.
    I was writing a nice reply, until I saw you actually made an apology lol.

    All you have to do, is just embrace and accept the fact the RYZEN 9 is the greatest! Omg lol

    Fanboy stuff aside, it is important to remember that we are all human beings here. We all have our preferences. Hell if preferences didn't exist, you'd be sitting with 10 Lady Gagas right now. It is a human trait. To have preferences. This is the fundamental psychological concept, that separates us from machines. It's a healthy thing.

    I have my reasons why I prefer AMD. They'r an innovative company. I admire what they do.

    Crusading against one chip over the other is stupid. Because we only have two mainstream brands, and if Intel didn't exist, AMD would be just like boring Intel with only 32 bit architectures to their name before AMD 64 came out. Again, competition is a healthy thing.

    Did you know that it was competition that actually brought about the invention of the first computer?

    Now I need to go back to work.
    Cheerio buddy.

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    Re: AMD and Intel's New Lineups - An Easy Breakdown of What You Need to Know

    Dick measuring arguments aside, this bodes well for the consumer.

    Even if AMD don't out do Intel, their pricing will and I like that we are increasing core count for a significant amount of processors across the board.
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