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  • SharkyForums.Com - Print: Sharky question on AMD760

    Sharky question on AMD760
    By OOAgentFiruz October 26, 2000, 06:19 PM

    quote:I know buttloads of webmasters (okay, well, at least a few) that are fondling AMD760 boards as we speak. The next week, though spookier than usual, should be very interesting (if that above quote is true!). from http://www.jc-news.com/pc/

    Sharky, are you one of those webmasters, and don't tell me wait till Monaday : )

    By OOAgentFiruz October 27, 2000, 03:19 AM

    Are you to busy playing with the AMD760 chipset to reply.....

    By chrisangelini October 27, 2000, 01:20 PM

    Uhhhh, Alex isn't playing with a 760...

    Ummmm, yeah...

    Ciao!

    By Sledgehammerhead October 27, 2000, 01:31 PM

    That's harsh, Chris... Come on, guys, throw us a bone here... Forget your silly NDA's. And enjoy your playtime, Alex.

    --Hammerhead

    By chrisangelini October 27, 2000, 02:14 PM

    "Forget your silly NDA's"

    That's pretty much like "Forget your silly job"

    Look at it this way though. We've always been dedicated to bringing you guys the latest and greatest as soon as it is available for us to test. Why would we change that now?

    Ciao!

    By Sledgehammerhead October 27, 2000, 04:41 PM

    "That's pretty much like 'Forget your silly job'"

    I know... I was just kidding. And I also know that your site has been good in the past and will be good in the future about bringing the articles as soon as you can (and still keep your jobs). Looks like I'll just have to wait until 12:01 AM Monday to see the review.

    As an aside question, how is ZDnet able to release the information that the chipset will be released monday but everyone else has their tongue tied by NDA's? I don't know what all of the logistics behind NDA's are, so I guess I'm just looking for info. They can say a date, and you can't... Benchmarks can obviously not be released yet, but what (if anything) can be said? If you can't say anything, I guess I'll let your silence answer that question, but I would like to have info on NDA's...

    --Hammerhead

    By OOAgentFiruz October 28, 2000, 04:41 AM

    Ok at least tell me this who's doing the preview/review for the 760... is it you chris?

    By Pup October 28, 2000, 04:50 AM

    quote:Originally posted by Sledgehammerhead:
    As an aside question, how is ZDnet able to release the information that the chipset will be released monday but everyone else has their tongue tied by NDA's? I don't know what all of the logistics behind NDA's are, so I guess I'm just looking for info. They can say a date, and you can't... Benchmarks can obviously not be released yet, but what (if anything) can be said? If you can't say anything, I guess I'll let your silence answer that question, but I would like to have info on NDA's...

    NDA's mostly state that if you're found out releasing information, you could be taken to court and gotten in a lil trouble.

    If the information is gained 'secondhand' as a result of someone ELSE breaking NDA, then it can be considered 'public knowledge' and distributed (in general).

    The few NDAs I've worked with were structured this way. (they were from Intel)

    Eric
    erichagen@bxboards.com


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