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Discussion in 'Wasteland' started by d-boy86, Feb 22, 2011.
...and everyone disagreed with me? Hmm...
What exactly is the point of this thread?
Does this really need to be its own thread? I'm assuming there is plenty of talk about SB in the many other threads on new MBPs.
Everyone said I was wrong. Called me all types of names, for no reason and that I didn't know what the hell I was talking about. That's the point of this thread.
Has nothing to do with an "ego".
And clearly you were wrong and didn't know what you were talking about. What's the point?
Have you not read the latest findings? The new MBP's will most likely include i5 and i7 processors that were found in the previous 15 and 17 inch MBPs.
Holy ****, why don't we organise that all members on Macrumors are to donate $1 to you for GUESSING something that most likely will turn out to be true?? You should get a prize for being right.
Nope, sure don't. Who are you?
Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
I have absolutely no idea who you are.
And care even less...
I haven't seen anywhere that the new MBP won't be using SB CPUs. In fact I have seen a lot of stuff that says they will be using them...
Isn't i5 and i7 still considered Sandy Bridge?
Having no clue what you're talking about, I assume you're posting on the assumption that there is some sort of general consensus that SB processors won't be used in the next refresh of MBPs.
As the refresh hasn't happened and no firm info has been released, I'd say it's a little early to start gloating.
Where are these findings?
You do know that new SB chips are still using the same "i" series names right?
While they share the same "i5" and "i7" names of last year's chips, the Sandy Bridge is marketed as the "second generation" of the Core i chips with several architectural improvements
Go get schooled kid.
b b b b but that's not what d-boy86 said....
I don't think he understands that Sandy Bridge is the second generation of the i Processors.
Exactly, it was still named Core 2 Duo when going from nehalem to penryn. Or whatever.
Guys stop thinking or copying and pasting stuff, this guy is just a troll fooling with you.