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Is It Too Little Too Late
First of all let me make it perfectly clear this is not a fanboy, flame, troll, or any intended bad purpose thread as a moderator here at THGF it would not be in my best interests to start a thread like that, however this is a thread of my own concerns regarding AMD, and its future survivability.

In the day that AMD was King of the hill, with the socket 939 FX line they got there by standing on the shoulders of the OCing community, when Intel released the Core 2 and AMD had no counter to it and Intel surged ahead, AMD laid down like a dog and decided to shoot for the business market, Opterons rained down and AMD walked away from the OCing community, the very ones that put them where they were.

Intel was smart enough to see the worth of the OCing community so they allowed their CPUs to be OCd, Intel leaves AMD in the dust like a Top Fuel Dragster vs a Volkswagon Beetle, so now after realizing their mistakes AMD is trying to regain the OCing community by flooding the market with their Black Edition CPU line of unlocked multiplier CPUs, unfortunately they still don't cut it.

This surely seems like a bash AMD thread but its not, I have been loyal to AMD for years hoping for AMD to be able to come back and pull a rabbit out of the hat, but with the overclockability of the Intel 775, and the raw power and overclockability of the I7 line can AMD actually, continue this half stepping and survive.
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