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what do you guys think? i think bulldozer is giong to be better than sandy bridge.. amd is going to drop a bomb on intel with its release i might just have to sell this 2500k!

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There's been no definitive tests that actually show bulldozer outperforming anything. So far everything AMD has shown has been what workstation users would appeal to.

AMD has been too hush-hush about Bulldozer which makes me think it may not outperform but will be on par with Sandybridge.
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Well, you'll notice there's no i7 2600K for starters. And the i7 SB Extremes have yet to be released... We'll see what happens, but I don't think the end result will be THAT off from what everyone's expecting.
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Nobody knows anything.

Moved to AMD section since this is primarily a discussion about an AMD CPU.

Keep this on topic gentlemen.
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If this is real, Sandybridge doesn't have much to worry about.
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I believe that in the test in the first post, the Bulldozer sample had some 32 or 16 cores and was a server processor running at a low 1.8Ghz
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Eh, I may be going AMD here soon if thats legit LethalRise750 lolz

The super pi is pretty close to SB, I wonder what the turbo frequency was.
    
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Eh, I may be going AMD here soon if thats legit LethalRise750 lolz

The super pi is pretty close to SB, I wonder what the turbo frequency was.
It's not.
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That was a confirmed fake actually
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That was confirmed fake a long time ago. Anyways, if that SuperPi was true, SB would have no chance against BD.
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