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Comment: Re:Warranty (Score 1) 244

by mossr (#37094772) Attached to: Sandy Bridge-E CPUs Too Hot For Intel?

"they're trying to stay at a price point to not compete with themselves" ... I see what you're saying, I guess my confusion stems from the fact that people who've decided to spend that much are still going to buy Intel, regardless of the specific chip/model. And enough people will buy Intel's more expensive offerings that I'm still not sure I see what the negative impact on Intel could be, as they'll be moving about as much stock at each price point (right?). Is the market really that cut-throat that Intel would feel a squeeze from this move?

Comment: Re:Warranty (Score 2) 244

by mossr (#37094128) Attached to: Sandy Bridge-E CPUs Too Hot For Intel?

Not meaning to be ignorant here, but what performance price-point do they occupy? It's my understanding that AMD offers better bang-for-buck at the budget end of the scale, and Intel trumps their mid-to-high range offerings. So how would this affect customers who've chosen to buy Intel, since they're already committing themselves to the mid-range or higher?

Comment: Expensive software? (Score 0, Troll) 172

by mossr (#28424187) Attached to: US Military Blocks Data On Incoming Meteors

void process_information(s_information* info) {
    if (info) {
        if (info.is_classified)
            process_secretly(info)
        else
            process_publicly(info)
    }
}

Can I have my millions now for "the expensive software needed to handle classified and declassified data simultaneously"?

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