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I hope you are being sarcastic, because what you said won't prove anything. lol
All I'm pointing out is that you made a bold bold claim with robust certainty when in reality, you don't know. You say something is fake because of a lack of buttons in a benching environment... Just to reiterate I am only doubting the claim that it is fake because of a lack of power and reset switch on an open bench, and I have reason to believe all of the "it's fake" claims are just opinion.

 

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All I'm pointing out is that you made a bold bold claim with robust certainty when in reality, you don't know. You say something is fake because of a lack of buttons in a benching environment... Just to reiterate I am only doubting the claim that it is fake because of a lack of power and reset switch on an open bench, and I have reason to believe all of the "it's fake" claims are just opinion.

http://img.techpowerup.org/091119/IMG_0454381.jpg
You do realize that the motherboard is actually not on don't you? Re-read my previous post (which you only quoted part of it).
 

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As for the length, add 2 inches to the length of the board and there you go.

Could it be possible? Is Longcard really going to dethrone Longcat?
 

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You do realize that the motherboard is actually not on don't you? Re-read my previous post (which you only quoted part of it).
I like how your edit of that post included a bit about "relaxing". You're right that is a RIIE, but the LEDs aren't anywhere near that area. They're behind the card. Also since that's an RIIE there is a power and reset switch on board. The LEDs are in those power/reset buttons, at the north bridge, and near the top of the board. The leds aren't very bright either. I should know, I owned one.

For argument's sake here's a pic.
 

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Maybe they turned the dam lights off in the bios..
 

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Maybe they turned the dam lights off in the bios..
There's no way you could see the LEDs in the picture they took. Physically impossible.
 

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I like how your edit of that post included a bit about "relaxing". You're right that is a RIIE, but the LEDs aren't anywhere near that area. They're behind the card. Also since that's an RIIE there is a power and reset switch on board. The LEDs are in those power/reset buttons, at the north bridge, and near the top of the board. The leds aren't very bright either. I should know, I owned one.

For argument's sake here's a pic. http://interface.centraltreasure.com/hardware-reviews/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/asus_rampage_ii_extreme-core-i7.jpg

There you go and I find it hilarious that you are defending this to such a degree that you are actually upset that I as well as others don't believe that this is real. You yourself cannot prove that it is real yet find yourself up in arms when others see subtle differences that lead to the opinion that none of that is real. And yes, you should see the diodes either through reflection or through it's illumination, LOL!
 

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http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a154/eastcoasthandle/pic.jpg
There you go and I find it hilarious that you are defending this to such a degree that you are actually upset that I as well as others don't believe that this is real. You yourself cannot prove that it is real yet find yourself up in arms when others see subtle differences that lead to the opinion that none of that is real. And yes, you should see them either through reflection or through it's illumination, LOL!
Defending what? I'm just saying your statement is wrong. I owned a board and there was no LED diode at the bottom of the board.
 

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Defending what? I'm just saying your statement is wrong. I owned a board and there was no LED diode at the bottom of the board.
LOL, and you cannot offer any evidence to the contrary. All you've done is shown that you don't agree. Be that as it may the information provided as to why we don't believe it's real hasn't been refuted by you to substantiate your claims at this time. Although it's clear you're willing to defend that it's real. ;)
 

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LOL, and you cannot offer any evidence to the contrary. All you've done is shown that you don't agree. Be that as it may the information provided as to why we don't believe it's real hasn't been refuted by you to substantiate your claims at this time. Although it's clear you're willing to defend that it's real. ;)
I can't offer ANY evidence???

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yGMbiNBoTg
 

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lol :shadedshu
In any case the best you can do at this time is say that we don't agree. Anything else you try to refute is fool-hardy at best.
 

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It's not. Attack the message, not the messenger.
It wasn't intended to attack him but to refute his belief that he thinks I am wrong. Although it wasn't my intention to give that impression I do offer my apology any way. We can agree to disagree but that makes neither of us ultimate right or wrong about this. We simply have a difference of opinions. :toast:
 
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He provided you with a video of a working motherboard showing no motherboard lights. You accuse him of ignoring arguments. :rolleyes:
 
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Let's let everyone make up their own minds. No need to continue the merry go round. It's a picture off of a social networking site afterall. It is a picture and nothing more. Please keep conversation civil and respectful. Thanks. :toast:
 

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He provided you with a video of a working motherboard showing no motherboard lights. You accuse him of ignoring arguments. :rolleyes:
The issue isn't about the motherboard in and of itself but the subtle circumstances surround how this was presented.
1. No motherboard diode lights that signify that the motherboard is turned on
2. No real press release
3. Another PC and mouse which are turned on and appears to be in used
4. Omitted benchmark results and no other benchmark results
etc. So, the issue about just "no lights on the motherboard" is not the issue in and of itself as the ultimate means to refute that this is true. It's the other issues surrounding this that brings an opinion other then this is real. So, in order for me and others to believe this I would like to see the actual video card and benchmark results. The presentation here just doesn't look legit to me.
 
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Sorry E,

1) Binge's point, the one you quoted, refutes this.
2) Its a leaked photo, not official
3) Binge showed you his testing area that has multiple PCs. I once had 3 PCs out of case, on a desk, hooked to 1 monitor via KVM switch. And I'm only a hobbyist. This is their job.
4) Its a leaked photo, not official

I don't care one way or another. It'll get here when it gets here. ATi will lower prices or something, or release a faster OCed version. Nvidia will do stuff like they did last time. More on so forth, rinse repeat graphics wars.
 

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Sorry E,

1) Binge's point, the one you quoted, refutes this.
2) Its a leaked photo, not official
3) Binge showed you his testing area that has multiple PCs. I once had 3 PCs out of case, on a desk, hooked to 1 monitor via KVM switch. And I'm only a hobbyist. This is there job.
4) Its a leaked photo, not official

I don't care one way or another. It'll get here when it gets here. ATi will lower prices or something, or release a faster OCed version. Nvidia will do stuff like they did last time. More on so forth, rinse repeat graphics wars.
None of that actually provides any insight to the legitimacy of the pic. Sorry but he is not the author of the pic presented here which is in dispute. Therefore, what he does cannot be implied as to how that pic came about.
 
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But it refutes your claims to its invalidity.

In other words, neutral ground.
 
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i dont really care but i have to butt in here, nvidia is a gutted pig and there bleeding Consumers anything they can secretly release do give nvidia boys something to cling onto there gonna do, hell this card might be real more power if it is, i wanna see its benches, i dont wanna see a shitty 2mp camera picture of it, thats just bullshit, hell i could make the fermi 5000 at work with stenciles plastic and some spray paint. anyhow thats my opinion i hope its real, i really do for everyone sake, if not nvidia is just digging themselves a hole
 
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Sorry but he is not the author of the pic presented here which is in dispute. Therefore, what he does cannot be implied as to how that pic came about.
I just read your edit Eastcoast. You're saying he's not allowed to comment on the circumstances of the photo because its not his? Do you not see how ironic that is? :laugh:
 
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I think the best way to look at it (what I think Binge is trying to say) is that the picture is Inconclusive.

Take for example the Fermi card that Jen waved around a few motnhs back, that was conclusively debunked, this has not been.

wouldn't it be cool if it was real? that means one step closer to more competition, and ATi lowering the prices on 5 series cards.
 
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