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I didn't think I was making it that complicated.

It's pretty obvious what I'm trying to say.

1. They are confident in Llano, and they are flaunting how much better is.

2. Bulldozer......not so much.
Oh brother.So are you saying Bulldozer is slower than LLano?No.Are you saying AMD is not happy with BD's current performance?Yes? NO S^*t!! That is exactly what they have said,basically.And if you really looked,there is a benchmark in the OP's thread,sort-of.I'll give you a hint...truecrypt.
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Time lines is also a fitting reason for the way the have gone about this. Although i may not have been clear, i'm saying the same thing as you. What i'm getting at is he can't base his argument of Bulldozer not being under NDA based on the simple fact that they have gone about marketing Llano differently.
Quit being awkward/stubborn. 2010rig makes a good point.
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One slide did have a performance hint in comparison to thuban. 2 times encryption/decryption performance. Wish they had provided more information.
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I didn't think I was making it that complicated.

It's pretty obvious what I'm trying to say.

1. They are confident in Llano, and they are flaunting how much better is.

2. Bulldozer......not so much.
Ever hear of a 1-2 punch? Let them see he first one coming, then knock them out with the second they didn't see.
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it won't be out in 2 weeks...
But I'm wishing. I'd prefer to have 8cores during my editing and encoding.
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*snip*
I wonder what kind of real performance indication (other than AES) that TrueCrypt benchmark provides.

Here's what the i7 2600K and i7 980x scored.
    
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AMD FX!
Now with resealable tin to keep all that performance freshness in!
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I wonder what kind of real performance indication (other than AES) that TrueCrypt benchmark provides.

Here's what the i7 2600K and i7 980x scored.
damn, they quote 2x performance increase over a 1100, so just better then a i5?

i know it doesn't equal pure performance but still
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A tin for my teabags
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I was thinking the same thing though
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