ty_ger07This is depressing. Or, wait, is this hilarious? Concerning? Unbelievable? I don't even know.
GTXJackBauerWell if it isn't the AMD fanboy shareholders club.
a213mScrew G3420's, Intel better start working on making enough 10980XE's, I want to upgrade this year! :D
boylerya My record of CPUs I have owned and used comes out to 2 Intels that I was very satisfied with, and 1 AMD Athlon that I was very dissatisfied with; although the ASUS motherboard may have been to blame. However I am ready to mock either company for humor irregardless of my past history with their products. But at this point when everything is equal I would choose Intel.
atfricoAw a loyal fan. Volunteer and join the assembly line so you can speed up the productions😸🤣🤣🤣
boyleryaI suppose the real question everyone is eagerly trying to find out with the heightened competition with AMD, is Intel using solder or TIM for these powerhouse chips?
KnightviperI'm sure I seen a vid on the new 10 series chips using solder
sparetimepcYeah i seen a couple of different articles that they are indeed being soldered. i ordered one of the 10980XE's about 10 days ago and it was saying approximate shipping times are 2 weeks.
boyleryaKnightviperI'm sure I seen a vid on the new 10 series chips using solder The post is in regards to 22nm....I suppose its better to call it repeat than refresh. 10 series chips are def using solder.
kougarWhat boggles my mind is that Haswell chips are DDR3. So that means whomever is buying the G3420 or any other other budget bin Haswell-era chips must also has a source to procure old DDR3 modules to pair with them. Really glad I don't own Intel stock. Things are looking bad, but made all the worse because Intel has yet to talk about PCIe 4.0, DDR5, or chips fabbed <10nm. Intel would be talking them up or mentioning them on roadmaps if they planned to launch chips with those technologies within the next year.
apseseits time to resuscitate those good old P4's too...