The Man Behind 'Sandy Bridge'

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edilee

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If integrated graphics is the only new and exciting thing about Sandy Bridge then that isn't very exciting at all. This is the best way to date your system but for low end users it would be great. High end users will want to use a seperate graphics option so they can upgrade it as needed. I still want to see some performance reviews on the Sandy chips!
 
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Funny, Cyrix was doing this years ago. They (Cyrix) were either too far ahead of their time or it was a bad decision (or a bad decision at the time?).

All in all, this is nothing new.

 

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Some of the benchmarks show that the only cpu topping the new SNB's ($317) are the 6core gulftown ($900+). If youre in the market for a new cpu this is gold! Not to mention Quick Sync tech which transcodes video really fast and shows improved video quality on the resulting output. The are aimed right at Apple. Performance wise its not mindblowing but if you look at what youre getting for the price its quite nice :). Im hyped since im up for an upgrade
 

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[citation][nom]christop[/nom]I thought this chip was going to be something super.. I am sticking with my I7 930.[/citation]
integrate the crappy Intel IGP in the processor won't make it supper :)
and the idea was not new , they just copy from the competitors ...
 

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I was hoping the 'Man behind Sandy Bridge' would be a basic CAD designer with a huge imagination who wanted to bring his company's innovation to the next level. Well, my dreams were shattered.
 

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[citation][nom]sonofliberty08[/nom]integrate the crappy Intel IGP in the processor won't make it supper and the idea was not new , they just copy from the competitors ...[/citation]

You obviously don't have a clue as to what you're going on about.
 

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quote: "It is a challenge to solve the problem"
If their problems are so small and pose no challenge, why are they so well paid? That happens when you have loads of money and technology and competition solves your problems and not protecting his solutions, eventually paying {AMD} a few bucks because you are the biggest dog in business. And guys, speed isn't everything.
 

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[citation][nom]jkflipflop98[/nom]You obviously don't have a clue as to what you're going on about.[/citation]

If he doesn't and you do, care to enlighten him and the rest of us? Telling some one there wrong in a snarky way just makes you sound like a jerk. Informing someone why they are wrong and providing links for fact checking makes you sound reasonable and thoughtful.
 

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[citation][nom]Twist3d1080[/nom]If he doesn't and you do, care to enlighten him and the rest of us? Telling some one there wrong in a snarky way just makes you sound like a jerk. Informing someone why they are wrong and providing links for fact checking makes you sound reasonable and thoughtful.[/citation]
me having to do the work just so you don't think i'm a snarky jerk isn't worth the effort as it's much easier to ignore some one who can't bother to do their own homwork and think they should be given/fed everything thru osmosis. i certainly know why teachers and professors hate this attitude when they encounter a lazy student who can't do their own work and act like a little child who demands proof when it's laying all around you. did you even bother to read all the sandybridge articles? the one i read yesterday going over performance in the charts was very informative on just what it's made for and capable of doing.
now that i've made is extremely tedious and long winded in providing you with enough information to search for what you need to find and read for yourself are you going to do it? i seriously doubt it proving why it's not worth the effort to do all the work for lazy people, just so you MIGHT think he have a clue worth listening to. that's so totally not worth it in my world.

i learned a few decades ago people are not beneath only supplying information proving what they want you to believe and it's best to do the research yourself. learning to read between the lines is priceless at discovering agendas. i like it best when people point things out to look at that hold enough interest for me to go research. it eats up a good portion of the day that other wise would have been spent being bored despite all the new repetative movies and video games.

now if you would like to pay me to do your thinking for you i'm sure we can work out a rather expensive payment method for you!
 

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twist3d - some would suggest that a rising tide raises all vessels. such would include those necessary for the existence of sites which enable you to do your homework. amazingly when one patiently provides information, direction or guidance to the unwashed, one also provides such "content" to those diligently in search of substantive information. then again, every community needs "one or two." arguably.
 

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[citation][nom]jkflipflop98[/nom]You obviously don't have a clue as to what you're going on about.[/citation]
im so sorry if what i said hurts your fanboism :)

[citation][nom]f-14[/nom]me having to do the work just so you don't think i'm a snarky jerk isn't worth the effort as it's much easier to ignore some one who can't bother to do their own homwork and think they should be given/fed everything thru osmosis. i certainly know why teachers and professors hate this attitude when they encounter a lazy student who can't do their own work and act like a little child who demands proof when it's laying all around you. did you even bother to read all the sandybridge articles? the one i read yesterday going over performance in the charts was very informative on just what it's made for and capable of doing. now that i've made is extremely tedious and long winded in providing you with enough information to search for what you need to find and read for yourself are you going to do it? i seriously doubt it proving why it's not worth the effort to do all the work for lazy people, just so you MIGHT think he have a clue worth listening to. that's so totally not worth it in my world.i learned a few decades ago people are not beneath only supplying information proving what they want you to believe and it's best to do the research yourself. learning to read between the lines is priceless at discovering agendas. i like it best when people point things out to look at that hold enough interest for me to go research. it eats up a good portion of the day that other wise would have been spent being bored despite all the new repetative movies and video games.now if you would like to pay me to do your thinking for you i'm sure we can work out a rather expensive payment method for you![/citation]
yes u r rite , is not worth to argue on the Sandy Bitch article , we better save some time to look on the Fusion APU article :D

for those folks who planning to getting a new laptop , i suggest we should at least wait until the release of Fusion in the first half of this year , then we can compare and make our choice for going on the Sandy Bitch or Fusion :)
 
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