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Old Yesterday, 04:55 AM
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It is all good. AMD is rushing, Intel is rushing. Dropping prices. 50€, 100€ it doesn't matter. Any drop in prices is good. Something is happening and they are fighting for the market position. It is much better than it was for the last few years. Now you have a choice.

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Yes it would have. They should have given the companies more time. Whether it was giving them earlier access or delaying the launch.
I do however think Intel are responding earlier than normal since Ryzen surprised everybody.
I think I've must've missed out on a bit here... I knew that Ryzen would be good, but that it actually "surprised" everybody. How do you mean then?...

It's a real shame though that Ryzen and AM4 doesn't have ANY mITX motherboards, the smallest is mATX
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Old Yesterday, 09:47 AM
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I think I've must've missed out on a bit here... I knew that Ryzen would be good, but that it actually "surprised" everybody. How do you mean then?...

It's a real shame though that Ryzen and AM4 doesn't have ANY mITX motherboards, the smallest is mATX
Biostar has one on the way, may even be in shops already.
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