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I do remember an AMD spokesman saying something like this:"you want a CPU that can leave an Intel on its knees? We can do it, you cant afford it."
Not to throw oil on the flame, but does that mean that Intel can make a cpu that crushes an AMD cpu AND we can afford it? O.o

When you think about it, that quote still makes AMD look bad... Let's just hope Bulldozer changes that, more competition is always better for us consumers
post #12 of 27
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Article dated today, and did not see it posted here, but already seen it popping up on a few other sites out there... not sure how legit it is, but prices look very, appealing...
I'm gonna go right ahead and call fake. AMD is not gonna price an 8-core CPU only $70 higher than the 4-core. The earlier $190 price for the Quad-Core seems a lot more realistic.

EDIT:

Even if the Quad-Core is ~$190, then it needs to have the same IPC as the Core i5 2300 to be competitive. I find that very hard. AMD would've had to achieve an IPC increase of around 30% to be competitive.
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Given the price of the 4110FX and the 8130FX AMD seems to be pricing based on thread count. Intel's 4 and 8 thread CPUs (2500K/2600K) vs ours -- who is faster. That might why you can get double the cores for only $70 more and would mean that the AMD price is not about performance rendering statements like the one by Captain1337 pointless.

However, there are several odd points about this chart. First the fact that the name changed from 8110FX to 8130FX. And second that AMD is charging more for moving to the "P" version ($30) than they are for adding two more cores ($20). I think the price of the six core is likely higher in reality.

Of course, I have never heard of this source so the whole thing might have been faked. Hopefully we will get a lot of good info at ComputeX which begins next week.
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I'm excited to see some quad-cores in ultra-portables! biggrin.gif
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Different from the prices on a few other threads. I HIGHLY doubt the 4 and 6 core will only be 20 dollars apart. It's more likely the 4-core will be sub $200 IMO
I assume they will phase out the Phenom II's at the sub 150 dollar price point most likely, so I would assume the quad cores will start at 150 and the 6 cores will be start at probably 225. The 8 core mentioned in a thread yesterday was 320 dollars so I would assume you might be correct, though 225 for an entry price on a 6 core would be pretty reasonable.
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I hope some of those Quad-core Llanos fall to $100, otherwise it may be dual-core Llano for me this Thanksgiving...
    
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Their comparability to OCN as far as price versus SB is going to completely depend on their overclocking overhead...It took three button pressed with air cooling and reasonable temperatures for me to get my 2600k to 4.6Ghz @ 1.35v. It was that easy for that much extra performance. If these 8-core CPU's are clocked low and don't overclock well, they aren't going to fare well against SB or IB.
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I'm excited to see some quad-cores in ultra-portables!
I'm excited to see quad-cores in mobile devices. We should be aiming for eight-core ultraportables.
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Their comparability to OCN as far as price versus SB is going to completely depend on their overclocking overhead...It took three button pressed with air cooling and reasonable temperatures for me to get my 2600k to 4.6Ghz @ 1.35v. It was that easy for that much extra performance. If these 8-core CPU's are clocked low and don't overclock well, they aren't going to fare well against SB or IB.
Well seeing as how my K10 can do that too,I see no reason why a 32nm die is not going to be a monster overclocker
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Those prices, if they are truly the end-user prices, are no doubt full of win. Now it's all up to matching and beating SB's performance. Whether it wins or not, I'm happy, because Intel will most likely lower their prices and that will be the time I strike for a new build, going with whoever has the best performance for price.

It's win-win for fanboys of either side.

AMD is a success: AMD fanboys are happy, Intel lowers prices to compete, Intel fanboys are happy.

AMD is a failure: Intel doesn't drop prices, but Intel fanboys are happy that Intel is still on top, and AMD fanboys are happy with the lower prices.

I've never used the word fanboy so much. Fanboy.
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