BINGO: Intel Coffee Lake edition *Noise / OffTopic*

Discussion in 'PC Industry' started by xEx, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. xEx

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    I don't know how accurate this is but at least its funny.

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    A few minutes on r/hardware will probably result in a bingo.
     
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    You do realize you're playing the "Coffee Lake Launch Week Bingo" above, do you?


    For the last 15 years, each time Intel releases a new incompatible slot/socket/revision etc. there are hordes of users complaining and wowing to sell their Intel gear and switch to AMD.... yet nothing like this really happens and Intel market share steadily grows while AMD share diminishes. I wonder why is this...
     
  4. xEx

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    So the bingo was right.
     
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    welp if the rumors are right about zen + in febuary I will just upgrade then to that esp since it seems there is a new chipset for intel then anyway https://www.pcper.com/news/Motherbo...-Intel-Launching-New-300-Series-Chipsets-2018
     
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    I dont know why this was moved since the information is true and its a good and funny representation of the reality.
     
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    It was moved because it does not contribute positively to the hardware discussions. It merely adds noise to the signal.
     
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