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that was an easy read...
wait... last time I looked, the post was blank! lol
I went to fill out the form, because I know I bought a Dell XPX back then... but then decided it was too much work lol
I guess it was quicker to pay $15 than to drag it out.
I had one. God it sucked
This would have been a useful lawsuit and a good way of intel to improve it's image as an honest company, you know... if they had done this 10-14 years ago. But nonetheless, good to see that they actually admitted it.
I had a prescott I think it was 3.80Ghz 2MB cache with hyper threading, it was good for what I used it for
I had a Pentium 3, then I 'upgraded' to a Pentium 4. Bad mistake, everything slowed down I noticed. Now I know why. Now, my wife's PC I'm on has an Intel 2600K Quad core, which is great and all, if I build another rig it will definitely be AMD, as the greater price for Intel just isn't justified.
I await my check. Can I get one for the Q6600 as well? :)
I remember building one of these. I believe it was socket 423, and was at 2.0Ghz.
$15 huh.. really?
The time it takes to fill out a form and share more of your info on line isn't even worth $15.
I guess you could see it as a free pizza from intel if you are willing to go through all that.
US only :(
I like my FX 8320 @4.72GHz....
"All residents of the United States, other than those residing in Illinois,".......aint that some BS!