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Originally Posted by doglivehk;13877915 
Is amd really that bad? LOL

Well, I actually meant that they are doing pretty well. Phenoms are no slouch, but Intel has just been releasing so many more architectures over the years while AMD still uses one that originated in 2003, so they just keep adding more cores.

I really think BD will change this, at least until IB releases. BD is supposed to "re define" multi-core processing, so who knows, BD might even beat IB in some things.
    
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Compare the naked and unvarnished GFLOPs!
They will give you an idea how beneficial you o.c. was/is.
Nothing else than pure CPU power. (A tad RAM maybe tongue.gif)
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I like SuperPi the best because I can understand how it works, it's simple and it gives me a time that I can easily use to compare how well I'm doing. When I change something and run it and my score is 0.342 seconds faster, I know exactly how much performance has improved because time is universal unlike the seemingly arbitrary numbers given by some benching software. The other great thing about SuperPi is that it won't usually crash a barely-stable OC. If the OS loads, game on!
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Originally Posted by Mr.Eiht;13880932 
Compare the naked and unvarnished GFLOPs!
They will give you an idea how beneficial you o.c. was/is.
Nothing else than pure CPU power. (A tad RAM maybe tongue.gif)

how to measure..any program?
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