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Intel retiring their Core family of processors in 2019.

1 minute ago, A Damn Crab! said:

Software engineer can't even access a globally openable link?

Sorry to say it but i'm done here, everyone else can see what i linked lol so i have no need to prove it with a print screen.

It takes me here: Screen Shot 2016-12-27 at 3.49.06 PM.png

 

 

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When it is a link to Reddit...

 

LOL

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Just now, A Damn Crab! said:

When it is a link to Reddit...

 

LOL

The reddit support link redirects to the official forums, and the post is dead. And nowhere on the reddit page is any official mention of anything SSE.

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1 minute ago, A Damn Crab! said:

https://www.reddit.com/r/mirrorsedge/comments/4g37xk/the_game_doesnt_support_phenom_ii_cpus_be_careful/

 

Since when is that a redirect?

 

Manipulation is not your strong point.

That's not, but the support forum where there is any official statement is.

 

Actually it's one of my strongest, but that's not the current goal. You still have presented no evidence. Reddit posts with no official backing do not count.

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