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if i remember correctly, thuban gets around 5.5 ish on stock on cinebench r11.5? this isnt actually all that impressive granted if its an 8 core, i can hardly say this is impressive.
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if i remember correctly, thuban gets around 5.5 ish on stock on cinebench r11.5? this isnt actually all that impressive granted if its an 8 core, i can hardly say this is impressive.
This is why I think it is fake. If it is the 8 core that means AMD has nearly zero IPC increase over Phenom II.

Either it is a 6 core in the 3.2-3.5GHz range or fake (way way more likely).
Edited by JCPUser - 5/21/11 at 12:21am
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if i remember correctly, thuban gets around 5.5 ish on stock on cinebench r11.5? this isnt actually all that impressive granted if its an 8 core, i can hardly say this is impressive.
Probably the 6-core, again.
    
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Anything is possible and BD could well be the new best of the best in terms of cpu architecture. Even still, I'll be happy with my lowly 2600k.
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Anything is possible and BD could well be the new best of the best in terms of cpu architecture. Even still, I'll be happy with my lowly 2600k.
That's not really realistic. AMD isn't gonna get 30-35% higher IPC in comparison to a two-year-old older architecture in just two years. To be honest, I'm not expecting it to beat Sandy Bridge clock-for-clock. I do think it will make up for its deficiency in IPC with core count, though. If I had the choice of buying either a 2600K and enjoying somewhat higher single-threaded performance and an 8110 and enjoy massively higher multi-threaded performance, you know which one I'd choose.

I think that's really the problem with Intel. They focus too much on single-threaded performance and ignore multi-threaded performance. I'm sorry, but there's just no way I'm paying $300 for a Quad-Core.
    
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Yet to see a single benchmark for bulldozer that does not look questionable.
    
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these bulldozer benches are posted everyday.. and then when these benches are questioned, you get called trolling.. well stop posting the benches in the beginning if its not offical..smh. I really hope 3 years of BD hype works out for you though.
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Well, if its truly a 6/8 core BD, then no duh its going to score faster than the 2600K in an application that can take advantage of more than four cores.

Even if its a six core, it only scored 7.37, while the 2600K scored 6.23. I'm willing to bet, that at single threaded applications, or applications that can only use a maximum of four cores, the 2600K would dominate it. Its 1.14 point lead isn't anything spectacular, and if anything, it does show that the 2600K is faster since it took 2+ extra cores just to have a 1.14 point lead.
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Looks like crud to me. Not worthy of the News section. Rumors section is the place for this.
The Phenom II rumors looked like crud too before they were released and stomped all over the Core 2 Quad lineup.

I just want something from AMD that would justify me buying a $250+ CPU.
     
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Well, if its truly a 6/8 core BD, then no duh its going to score faster than the 2600K in an application that can take advantage of more than four cores.

Even if its a six core, it only scored 7.37, while the 2600K scored 6.23. I'm willing to bet, that at single threaded applications, or applications that can only use a maximum of four cores, the 2600K would dominate it. Its 1.14 point lead isn't anything spectacular, and if anything, it does show that the 2600K is faster since it took 2+ extra cores just to have a 1.14 point lead.
So? More and more applications are starting to take advantage of multiple threads, even games. And maybe you're forgetting, but the 2600K does have HyperThreading. That gives it around a 20% advantage over 2500K in this benchmark, and Bulldozer does not have SMT. So we're talking 4 cores/8 threads vs. 6 cores/6 threads. I don't see where you're seeing this massive advantage of Sandy Bridge. Multi-threaded apps are much more time sensitive and are always the ones that take more to complete, which is why I consider them to be more relevant.

Intel seriously needs to put a Six-core out for under $500 when Bulldozer comes out.
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