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post #21 of 33
Where is this discussion heading to ?

The Phenom II X6 1110T wins every benchmark except for two, one of them being the single threaded benchmark in Cinebench R10, and in that one the Pentium G620 doesn't win by much.

But you guys seem to forget one thing: you can't overclock a Pentium G620!

On the other hand you can overclock a Phenom II X6 1100T, and I would guess that an overclock to 3.7 Ghz would give it the win in the other two tests (the Phenom II X4 980 wins in this test). And you can also overclock the Pentium Dual Core E6500, just like the OP has.

So, what is this all about ?

And why is Anandtech not good in this instance? And you should "Never trust them" ?

LOL

People just go bashing sites nowadays; nothing seems to be good anymore. You just have to learn to distinguish between what is accurate and what is not or is biased. Many sites have flaws and Anand has a few too, but just going bashing things just because is worthless. The benchmarks are probably some of the most objective things out there. Of course you can't have 100% the same components, but then again, can you have such a database with such a huge number of comparisons, which go all the way to a single core Pentium 4 to a 6 core 980X with the exact same components ? Of course not. Some CPU's may even have been tested with DDR2 instead of DDR3, because that is the typical platform from the time.
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Core 2 Duo and Sandy Bridge based dual core CPU's st the same speed.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/60?vs=406

The G620 beats it in every test and flat out murders it in most.

Also why compare an overclocked Core 2 Duo and a stock G620?

Overclocked the G620 would rape it in every available cavity.

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post #23 of 33
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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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dude, what is the name of this forum? Overclock!!!!!!!!
Without overclocking, G620 wins for sure
With overclocking, no way!

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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog View Post
Core 2 Duo and Sandy Bridge based dual core CPU's st the same speed.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/60?vs=406

The G620 beats it in every test and flat out murders it in most.

Also why compare an overclocked Core 2 Duo and a stock G620?

Overclocked the G620 would rape it in every available cavity.

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dude, E6500 is different from Intel Core 2 Duo, do you have any idea??
and mine case is a overclocked one, from 2.93 to 3.66. I show you the 7zip benchmark already, can you have any logical explain how can OC E6500 win in this case? Both are dual cores.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rocket Dog View Post
Core 2 Duo and Sandy Bridge based dual core CPU's st the same speed.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/60?vs=406

The G620 beats it in every test and flat out murders it in most.

Also why compare an overclocked Core 2 Duo and a stock G620?

Overclocked the G620 would rape it in every available cavity.

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Errr..

let me make it clear:

You can't overclock a Pentium G620! It is locked! It has no Turbo, also.

There is absolutely no reason for an OCN user to buy one if he has a CPU that he can make go faster.

Clock for clock performance here doesn't matter.
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People in the thread are.....

You could at a push get the G620 to 2.8Ghz...

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Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E6750 Lithography 65 nm
Intel® Pentium® Processor E6500 Lithography45 nm

Hey IT noob, if you know yourself is a IT noob, then can just shut up instead of BS. Do you know what is BS? It is BullSXXT.

You think Lithography 65 nm is the same technology and speed as Lithography45 nm? Then you must think bike is faster than car LOL LOL LOL.

I cannot communicate with you just because you are a technology noob, not going to talk with you. Keep your BS for youself, IT noob.
The process doesn't men anything

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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.
So? The thread title/OP is asking if a Pentium G620 is going to be a worthwhile/faster choice than his existing Pentium Dual-core E6500 at an overclocked speed of 3.66GHz. You're missing that bigger picture by arguing about one factor.

Everyone knows the newer one is faster clock for clock, so there's no need to call others idiots for disagreeing with you. The thing is, at a clock speed disadvantage of just over 1GHz, clock for clock differences aren't going to be the only factor at play. Let's take your 30% number, for example. Even if it's faster clock for clock by 30%, it's clocked slower at just ~70% of the speed, so there you go. Even if it is faster, in my opinion, it's not (or would barely be) enough to warrant the switch, in my opinion. I don't know why you're being so hostile about it.

As I said before, I'd go for higher.
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Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E6750 Lithography 65 nm
Intel® Pentium® Processor E6500 Lithography45 nm

Hey IT noob, if you know yourself is a IT noob, then can just shut up instead of BS. Do you know what is BS? It is BullSXXT.

You think Lithography 65 nm is the same technology and speed as Lithography45 nm? Then you must think bike is faster than car LOL LOL LOL.

I cannot communicate with you just because you are a technology noob, not going to talk with you. Keep your BS for youself, IT noob.
I could call you an IT noob right now for saying 45nm in itself is faster than 65nm. Oh and your post is wildly offensive, reported.
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I could call you an IT noob right now for saying 45nm in itself is faster than 65nm. Oh and your post is wildly offensive, reported.
45nm is faster than 65nm in general, except you comparing the slowest one of 45nm with the fastest one of 65nm.

Read his post, he didn't try to understand at all. Everyone would have similar response as me since I know the truth.
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45nm is faster than 65nm in general.
No.
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45nm is faster than 65nm in general, except you comparing the slowest one of 45nm with the fastest one of 65nm.

Read his post, he didn't try to understand at all. Everyone would have similar response as me since I know the truth.
The 45nm Pentium dual cores were based on the Wolfdale core but because they had no L3 cache and reduced L2 cache they were often slower then the 65nm Core 2 Duo's because the 65nm Core 2's had a much bigger caches.

But I bet you knew that already

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