Published on 6th September 2012 by
Originally Posted by BrightCandleYou target audience likes the details. Architecture, performance analysis, the edges of new features. All of this could have made a great article showing how the gpu has changed over the generations in performance for example. For a sponsored article like this to do anything but create anger it needs to be a genuine look at AMDs progress, this is just a big press release. The fact that you don't see how it isn't relevant is shocking.
Now your integrity hit rock bottom what do you expect the response to be exactly?
Originally Posted by Baz
The day anyone tells me to change one of my scores, or the content of my reviews, or be really nice to a just company because they're giving us cash, is the day I quit my job and go apply to be Fatal1ty's whipping boy.
Originally Posted by brumgruntAlthough, to be clear, I would not be applying for that Fatal1ty job that Harry seems quite keen on...
Published on 6th September 2012 by bit-tech Staff
Originally Posted by lirathealGenuinely don't see what everyone's whining about.
Originally Posted by John_TThat, or lose all guarantees of quality and reliability.
Originally Posted by dogkneesWhere are the details? You know, the block diagrams showing how they've changed over the generations. How the cores are grouped. How data moves around the chip. How the caching strategy has developed. .......
This article should be at least 5 times as long.
Originally Posted by brumgruntUpdated now. Apologies for the confusion.
We are looking to do more features charting the path of progress of companies and their technologies in the future. All comments, as always, taken on board.
Originally Posted by brumgruntWe're going to be doing a series of features of this ilk in the months ahead if all goes to plan.
Originally Posted by fdbh96"This article is sponsored by AMD."
That wasnt sponsored by AMD that was written by them. Sure I understand that you need to make money, but could there be stuff in the article actually worth knowing. Im sure there are some great technologies in AMD products, but could we not learn about them, rather than just being told theyre amazing.
Articles like this do have potential, but not just blatantly using superlatives in every sentence.
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