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6 core, two 6990/590's, 8Gb Quad-channel and Windows 7. My next upgrade. Or Bulldozer. Which one is cheaper/better will win.
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6 core, two 6990/590's, 8Gb Quad-channel and Windows 7. My next upgrade. Or Bulldozer. Which one is cheaper/better will win.
Even now, the performance difference between Phenoms and Core i's is so arbitrary when we're strictly talking about gaming performance, you really shouldn't worry about which one is better. Just stick with the first side (cheaper) and you'll be golden.
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Even now, the performance difference between Phenoms and Core i's is so arbitrary when we're strictly talking about gaming performance, you really shouldn't worry about which one is better. Just stick with the first side (cheaper) and you'll be golden.
This.

I am waiting to see which one performs best at multiple gpu setups. But seeing as how Nvidia licensed SLI to Bulldozer I have high hopes. Plus I've gotten sick of Intel lately
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Why hello AMD's Bulldozer you're looking quite good today. Did you do something to your hair or...?
Bulldozer's glad SOMEONE noticed..
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Does anybody know will this have 8 DIMM slots or what?

Meh, I was expecting more cache and an 8 core. 15MB for the extreme edition? Eh....
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Does anybody know will this have 8 DIMM slots or what?

Meh, I was expecting more cache and an 8 core. 15MB for the extreme edition? Eh....
I've heard it will have 8 DIMMs but I am conservatively expecting 4 DIMMs.
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See that "limited unlock" quad core processor?
Massive slap in the face from Intel. It's still an extreme edition processor, on an extreme edition platform, and it's probably gonna be the most affordable/one we buy the most (if any of them are affordable), and yet it's still only a limited unlock.

This is an extreme platform, there should be no limits whatsoever on anything. There is simply NO tolerance for such a thing. INTEL, I AM DISSAPOINT
Umm... Last time I checked the previous enthusiast platform, LGA1366, had several non-extreme edition CPU's. I'm not sure why you would expect it to be any different for the next enthusiast platform, LGA2011. AMD troll? Hmm =)
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Umm... Last time I checked the previous enthusiast platform, LGA1366, had several non-extreme edition CPU's. I'm not sure why you would expect it to be any different for the next enthusiast platform, LGA2011. AMD troll? Hmm =)
Not to defend him, but he may not just be trolling, he just might not understand Intels enthusiast platform, or hey may but disagree with the naming. . It is totally reasonable from certain perspectives to consider chips which are not fully unlocked to be bad buys IMO. I am not one of those people, but I can certainly imagine such as scenario .
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Not to defend him, but he may not just be trolling, he just might not understand Intels enthusiast platform, or hey may but disagree with the naming. . It is totally reasonable from certain perspectives to consider chips which are not fully unlocked to be bad buys IMO. I am not one of those people, but I can certainly imagine such as scenario .
I really don't think he's a troll. After I made that post I noticed he had an AMD system so I edited my post to say that in poor taste. Sorry, didn't mean to offend xd.
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I really don't think he's a troll. After I made that post I noticed he had an AMD system so I edited my post to say that in poor taste. Sorry, didn't mean to offend xd.
Hey its hard to take offense to anything when you can't hear someones tone, etc, so I didn't mean to accuse you of offending anyone. I was only accusing you of perhaps being short sighted as we all can be at times .
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