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My 3..66 OC E6500 can run SuperPi faster than G620, I didn't compare before.

SuperPI as performance test.....lol...


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I really don't think so.
Well, my Thuban at 3445mhz and 2650mhz NB should be similar/faster than a C2D at 3.66ghz.. All I can say, is that the G620 whoops my Thuban in single/dual threaded applications.

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Well, my Thuban at 3445mhz and 2650mhz NB should be similar/faster than a C2D at 3.66ghz.. All I can say, is that the G620 whoops my Thuban in single/dual threaded applications.

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G620 faster than AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 6-core Thuban? You must just take some drugs.
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at the same clock a e6300 is exactly the same thing as a e5200,
and here a review comparing the e5200 at 4GHz against the G620

http://en.inpai.com.cn/doc/enshowcont.asp?id=7976

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G620 faster than AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 6-core Thuban? You must just take some drugs.

when only using 2 cores the g620 should be faster, and there are many softwares that only uses 2 cores or one,
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G620 faster than AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 6-core Thuban? You must just take some drugs.
On applications that only use 2 cores the G620 would beat a 1100T no problems. Applications that use more then 2 cores the 1100T would win..

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On applications that only use 2 cores the G620 would beat a 1100T no problems. Applications that use more then 2 cores the 1100T would win..

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http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/203?vs=406

I just try 7-zip benchmark:
mine E6500 3.66Ghz OC is 6127MIPS
as you can see here:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/203?vs=406
G620 is just 5512
Both E6500 and G620 are dual cores and intel x86, using same bench to compare is fair enough, so E6500 OC win.
post #17 of 33
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So there is a new intel CPU G620 with sandy bridge architecture, how would that compare with my E6500 which OC to 3.66 run with FSB 1333? My E6500 is original run with 2.93Ghz and FSB 1066 kind.
I would say it would be around par/better, but I wouldn't consider it quite a worthwhile upgrade. I'd aim a little higher.
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G620 faster than AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 6-core Thuban? You must just take some drugs.
*sigh*

You must not understand what "single/dual threaded" means. Neither you understand the concept of faster clock for clock.

Also Anandtech is bull. Never trust them.
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*sigh*

You must not understand what "single/dual threaded" means. Neither you understand the concept of faster clock for clock.

Also Anandtech is bull. Never trust them.
I just try 7-zip benchmark:
mine E6500 3.66Ghz OC is 6127MIPS
as you can see here:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/203?vs=406
G620 is just 5512
Both E6500 and G620 are dual cores and intel x86, using same bench to compare is fair enough, so E6500 OC win.

result is very clear, no matter single or muti thread, OC E6500 @ 3.66Ghz win.
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The Sandy Bridge architecture is
atleast 30% faster per clock then the old Core 2 Duo architecture the G620 would piss all over it and only an idiot would argue otherwise.

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