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5+ Years according to the Computex Demonstration. This means closer to 2006 and possibly Pre-2006.
Even more astounding we don't know anything real yet
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lol my i7 930 at 4ghz just got a 6.94 faillllll......
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Nope, the OS sees each of the 8 cores as just that, a core. It's not assigning load via so called "modules". Superpi is single threaded, and thus will use one integer core.
What you're describing as a core is actually a module. Each module has two integer cores and both should be used in a single threaded application. This was the whole point in adding an extra integer core to a module. JeffAMD explained this awhile ago, but I don't have a link to his post.
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Wow so your saying you believe that BD can even beat PIIx2 1055t in cinebench? wow so you think AMD blew Millions in R&D since 2006
on a CPU that isn't even as good as its predecessor...
I'm commenting only on what I see.

Until you or anyone else has proof of the contrary, I will say the same thing.
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I'm commenting only on what I see.

Until you or anyone else has proof of the contrary, I will say the same thing.
Doesn't this Post speak for its self? Obviously this is either fake or the guy screwed some thing up.

AGAIN, why would AMD make a cpu That doesn't even compete with there previous line? HELLO!!! if that isn't Proof enough for you then I'm wasting my time replying to you.
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Does Super PI use a specific instruction set to do calculations?
If it does could it be that it's using AVX for intel and And SSE3 for bulldozer?
It has to because my super PI is faster than an 8 core(irrelevant since Super PI is single threaded anyway) bulldozer at 4.0GHZ while i'm at 3.375GHZ
clock for clock and core for core the bulldozer is supposed to be faster than current gen amd processors
it makes no sense for them to go backwards
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Doesn't this Post speak for its self? Obviously this is either fake or the guy screwed some thing up.

AGAIN, why would AMD make a cpu That doesn't even compete with there previous line? HELLO!!! if that isn't Proof enough for you then I'm wasting my time replying to you.
It's real, just a B0 stepping... which has a capped clock speed, broken turbo, and restricted memory bandwidth. Stepping B1 supposedly has speed scaling problems, and B2 is going to be the retail release apparently.

This chip was probably used for motherboard manufacturers to test making bioses. Then it escaped into the wild somehow.
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Does Super PI use a specific instruction set to do calculations?
If it does could it be that it's using AVX for intel and And SSE3 for bulldozer?
It has to because my super PI is faster than an 8 core(irrelevant since Super PI is single threaded anyway) bulldozer at 4.0GHZ while i'm at 3.375GHZ
clock for clock and core for core the bulldozer is supposed to be faster than current gen amd processors
it makes no sense for them to go backwards
SuperPi uses x87 . A very old outdated instruction set. Pointless, but yet people still measure everyday performance with it. I love benching with it, but its a terrible Idea to base processor performance off superpi.

That being said. I don't think retails will perform this bad.
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Does Super PI use a specific instruction set to do calculations?
If it does could it be that it's using AVX for intel and And SSE3 for bulldozer?
It has to because my super PI is faster than an 8 core(irrelevant since Super PI is single threaded anyway) bulldozer at 4.0GHZ while i'm at 3.375GHZ
clock for clock and core for core the bulldozer is supposed to be faster than current gen amd processors
it makes no sense for them to go backwards
Nope, it uses a very old instruction set that's been around since the 1980s.
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It's real, just a B0 stepping... which has a capped clock speed, broken turbo, and restricted memory bandwidth. Stepping B1 supposedly has speed scaling problems, and B2 is going to be the retail release apparently.

This chip was probably used for motherboard manufacturers to test making bioses. Then it escaped into the wild somehow.
^ This also guys the reasion that the new stepping will help as much as they are claiming is because from what ive read AMD is having problems with the cores throttling down under load and not staying 100% loaded.

That may explain some of the crappy benches if youve got an 8 core chip with 4 of the cores randomly throttling down to like 50% or something your going to get a terrible score.
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