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No, i do not know what they say about assumptions.

And yes, even a janitor has to have a 990x as intel can't make chips if it isn't as clean as possible. Even near the entrance.
Lul wut. Trollin?
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I just love this logic.

And AMD is not allowed to change their strategy ever. Changes up top have something to do with it, maybe??
I just love how I'm not allowed to have an opinion on AMD just because I have an Intel CPU

They did it with the HD 6990, only a month ago. I'm not saying it's fact, I'm saying that they're not behaving as expected and that I doubt that Bulldozer will beat SB.
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This definitely needs to be in rumors and unconfirmed articles. Putting this in hardware news is just baiting a flamewar, because we have no facts.
This is an AMD video. It's no rumour.

I can't believe it either, considering it's just tweaked Phenom II. Perhaps it's an advantage of more GPU offload indeed?

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Very good point. Hyper Pi will likely default to 8 threads and get HT going which will bog down Sandy. Might explain some of this.
Or this, perhaps. HT is weak. I never thought it could actually degrade the overall performance though.
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I just love how I'm not allowed to have an opinion on AMD just because I have an Intel CPU

They did it with the HD 6990, only a month ago. I'm not saying it's fact, I'm saying that they're not behaving as expected and that I doubt that Bulldozer will beat SB.
I didn't look at your sig nor do I care about that. I just don't think that is sound argument this far out from launch. The 6990 bragging from AMD came out a week before launch unless I completely missed something. BD is about 6 weeks away and Llano is even more. I'll agree with you if they still haven't bragged by June.
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this is good news for AMD...I personally have never used one of their processors...but will be this summer. I also have never believed in HT doing much for my system. Just saying...if its not there physically...then what is it really doing?
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And the video is made by AMD....
    
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Perhaps it's an advantage of more GPU offload indeed?
It sure sounds like it. The poor Hyper-Pi performance is probably due to this. The i7 must wait for the frame to finish rendering before it can send another task...HT might actually help in these regards?
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I didn't look at your sig nor do I care about that. I just don't think that is sound argument this far out from launch. The 6990 bragging from AMD came out a week before launch unless I completely missed something. BD is about 6 weeks away and Llano is even more. I'll agree with you if they still haven't bragged by June.
You technically didn't have to read my sig as I said it in my post.

Anyway, it's been long since AMD has had the lead in the CPU department. I'd really think they'd have said something by now.

Also, AMD had no idea how the GTX 590 would perform, so they had to be careful. They know perfectly well how SB performs and if they directed a marketing campaign comparing BD and SB and won the comparisons, I think they'd have the advantage even if only until Ivy Bridge arrives. I would try making a fool of Intel if I could. I'm not in marketing though...
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You technically didn't have to read my sig as I said it in my post.

Anyway, it's been long since AMD has had the lead in the CPU department. I'd really think they'd have said something by now.

Also, AMD had no idea how the GTX 590 would perform, so they had to be careful. They know perfectly well how SB performs and if they directed a marketing campaign comparing BD and SB and won the comparisons, I think they'd have the advantage even if only until Ivy Bridge arrives. I would try making a fool of Intel if I could. I'm not in marketing though...
Make a fool of them months before actual release? That's a terrible idea. If they put out benchmarks for BD now that trounce SB, guess what happens to the sales of their other cpus until the time BD releases? In the dumpster.
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Nope it was a head start all along:

AMD takes 2 minutes to complete, SB takes 1m 36s or so

Whhyyyyyyyyy
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