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Old 04-09-07, 06:05 PM   #22
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Default Re: Massive AMD Price Drops on X2 6000+ and X2 5600+

Xion I'm going to make this reply very short and last one, otherwise with you the debate would never end.

A) I gave you the AnanTech benches which you believe "don't tell the entire story", my advice is go argue with AnanTech and few benches done by others, I have better things to do.

B) I talk about the difference if overclocked both in my original post and the reply to you, go back and read.
If you did read there was not need to go on and on about the overclock plus you was not talking about "significant margin" in overclocking, go back and read. What are trying to do, argue with yourself?

C) I did show you how more than well they compete price wise, I'm sure many even at this forum care about.

D) I did show you what I would consider a "significant margin" by showing you example what the situation was less than a year ago.

Wish you would stay away from my posts PERIOD
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