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Originally Posted by Abs.exe View Post
I'm not quite sure yet but I think the website is in chinese.
The very first post says to translate from Chinese to English...
post #232 of 285
I can't base my tought on someone else thought.
If he's wrong and it's cantonese then I would have been influenced from his deduction.
I would still believe the language is somewhere near ASIA.
Not sure though.
post #233 of 285
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe View Post
I can't base my tought on someone else thought.
If he's wrong and it's cantonese then I would have been influenced from his deduction.
I would still believe the language is somewhere near ASIA.
Not sure though.
I think I'm typing English right now but I would do your research first, you wouldn't want to base your thought on my thought
post #234 of 285
I'm looking into this.
Please stand by
lmao
Enough troll I guess
Is the 4.8 points low on that bench for a 8c/8t against a 4c/8t ?
post #235 of 285
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Is the 4.8 points low on that bench for a 8c/8t against a 4c/8t ?
Yes that's incredibly low. Worse than Thuban low.
post #236 of 285
Yes, it is low but like as said before, these sample are basically just to make sure they work with windows and in systems etc. new steppings increase performance, but before performance a product has to work correctly.
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Who knows? AMD may be waiting for release to start proclaiming BD as the new king of CPUs, I don't recall massive amounts of news about Athlon64 when it came out and destroyed the P4.
It would have to beat the 990x to be "king", not Sandybridge.
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Sure, it doesn't ensure better results, but we already know Intel is ahead on process technology. Are you really trying to argue that AMD is ahead or just stating that hypothetically R&D budget doesn't always mean greater innovation? If the latter, why even bother?
The latter, because while we know Intel is ahead on process technology, AMD seems to be ahead on multicore technology, whether they're behind, equal or ahead on actual IPC is another matter entirely.

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Is that a record for the most multi-quotes in one post?

I dug up an article I had forgotten about that 1st peaked my interest in Bulldozer.

I posted this on another thread, might as well post it here too. ( Check out the date of it, kinda puts things in perspective as to how long some of us have been hearing about the 2nd coming, I mean Bulldozer. )
Yeah, BD has been in development for a long time, but that's true of any new microarchitecture, the P4 was in development for around 5-6 years too.

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It would have to beat the 990x to be "king", not Sandybridge.
True, although I don't think many people really care about the 970, 980X and 990X due to the prices.
Mind you, I doubt it'd beat those chips.
    
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Not a chance beating 980x 990x,

Bulldozer would have made a good impact on the market if this was released back when sandybridge was 6 months ago.

Amd are far to late too the table now, Intel will be releasing ivy by the time bulldozer is released
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Not a chance beating 980x 990x,

Bulldozer would have made a good impact on the market if this was released back when sandybridge was 6 months ago.

Amd are far to late too the table now, Intel will be releasing ivy by the time bulldozer is released
Ivy Bridge isn't coming until 2012, and it's coming to LGA 1155 first, and that's why I'm thinking of going with a Sandy now, and just upgrade to Ivy when it arrives.
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