Published on 1st June 2013 by
Originally Posted by CombatusJune 1st 7am PT (3pm BST) for Quad core parts
Originally Posted by andrew8200mAh that's ok then. A certain smaller etailer caused big problems the other day. A little like they always do to be honest and I wouldnt like to see one of my favourite review sites finding issues of their own with intel that's all :)
Originally Posted by Stanley TweedleHeat. Muchos heat. Still happy with sandy balls.
Originally Posted by KralnorThe image linked on the last page of the review gives a 404 :)
Originally Posted by GtekWill all 'R' cpus be BGA?
Originally Posted by AlienwareAndylmao what a let down.
Originally Posted by m0ngyQuote:Originally Posted by KralnorThe image linked on the last page of the review gives a 404 :)
LOL, Bit-tech's appalling writing and editing is hilarious. Seriously kids, don't smoke weed when you're attempting to publish online content.
Page 1: "such as the move from LGA1156 to LGA1156 for Sandy Bridge"
"as we saw from moving from Westmere to Sandy Bridge." *clap, clap* Well written... lol.
Page 1: "As-per-usual the price of LGA1155 gear is likely to fall as its upgrade path ends so there may be some bargains to be had if you choose wisely, though frankly we'd imagine you have to be pretty lucky to find a bargain that really makes it worth buying new Ivy Bridge kit." My God, what a mouthful!
Page 2: "While there are plenty of numbers floating around as to how much faster the new IGP will be, Intel hasn’t released information regarding the number of execution units they will offer yet, so the only real indicator as to just how much faster they are will be benchmarks." How about, "Intel hasn’t released information regarding the number of execution units, so benchmarks will be the only real indicator as to improved performance."
Page 2: "Intel admits that there have been no significant changes to the key pipelines. Instead, the benefits are akin to efficiency improvements and increasing bandwidth." How about, "There are no significant changes to the key pipelines, though efficiency has been improved and bandwidth increased."
Are you serious? Is someone proof reading this drivel? I couldn't be bothered editing the rest for you. Someone at the office needs to get their arse into gear else be sacked, because your articles read like a semi-literate high schooler's dog chewed homework.
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