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  • Originally posted by duby229 View Post
    That's your own prejudice, someday you'll have to deal with that. Expecting the things you buy to do what you want is a type of freedom, the better type.
    Expecting the things you buy to not be overpriced and carry useless weight/performance penalty because some third party mandates it is Freedom.

    Mandating that everything should be like you want is Communism. Stop playing Stalin plz.

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    • Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
      Expecting the things you buy to not be overpriced and carry useless weight/performance penalty because some third party mandates it is Freedom.

      Mandating that everything should be like you want is Communism. Stop playing Stalin plz.
      And meanwhile people buy their top of the line Intel products only to realize they can't do what they want. Then they go buy a PS4 or Xbone. Which does. Again, one more time, that's how Intel has harmed PC gaming. The only solution is to meet a minimum performance at each generation.
      Last edited by duby229; 07-22-2017, 04:11 PM.

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      • Originally posted by duby229 View Post
        And meanwhile people buy their top of the line Intel products only to realize they can't do what they want.
        Top of the line Intel products are usually paired with a dedicated GPU and pwns consoles, try harder.

        Then they go buy a PS4 or Xbone. Which does.
        But... But... what about people that buy a Nintendo Wii or Shield then expect to play Halo on it?!? You no think of them? Dem kitties!

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        • Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
          Top of the line Intel products are usually paired with a dedicated GPU and pwns consoles, try harder.

          But... But... what about people that buy a Nintendo Wii or Shield then expect to play Halo on it?!? You no think of them? Dem kitties!
          Shit man I can point to hundreds of computers with high end Intel products that got sold in the millions to Consumer Retailers You keep insisting it's just workstations and that everything else has a dedicated card, but you are wrong. There are hundreds of millions of Intel Consumer level Retail products that don't! Hell, maybe even billions of retail machines. Which btw is -exactly- why Intel can afford to increase graphics performance Across the entire board, it would only cost a few pennies each die, because of the huge numbers sold.
          Last edited by duby229; 07-22-2017, 05:44 PM.

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