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But your sig rig is already so impressive
I can feel the sarcasm.
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Is ivy gona be any good? If its a 2600K replacement and for 1155 then what the point on going with 2011?
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Is ivy gona be any good? If its a 2600K replacement and for 1155 then what the point on going with 2011?
Ivy ES vs SB I3 testing has shown a 10-15% ipc improvement so it's looking very good. The only reason to go 2011 is if you want 6 and 8 core processors but like i had said earlier if 2011 gets 8 cores then 1155 will probably get 6.
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Son. 2500K is $150-180. There's your price/performance ratio.
The only thing they compete in is the eMachine market.




Troll elsewhere.
I am in absolute awe of your lack of understanding. That graph is meant to reveal the instructions per clock of the chips in question. It also ignores all the optimizations made in the architectures to allow cores to work together best as possible (hyper threading or otherwise.)

This graph shows us at 3ghz how much work a single core with a single thead will accomplish. However, it does not show us how effective the multi-thread and multi-core optimizations of each architecture are. It also does not show us the fact that AMD chips tend to be clocked much higher. Instructions per clock wouldn't matter if it was twice as much as the competitor and only clocked at 800mhz. It simply isn't the whole story.

Now if you go and look at actual, real world scenarios (not benchmarks) you'll find that the AMD chips fare very well. In fact they do fantastically well and crush Intel when you compare an AMD chip and board of a certain price to an Intel chip and board of the same price.

The silly benchmark was really just a massive troll on Tom's part. Publishing that garbage only caused mass fanboyism to live again. They knew this well before they published it and did so any way. Great strategy, definitely got them hits, hits, and more hits.
Edited by Licht - 8/7/11 at 1:25pm
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performance wise??


do you actually check out performance/price ratio???


if the amd chip performs some 10% slower ... yet is 50% of the price there's a 40% advantage towards amd ...


so we will have to see how bulldozer does and its final pricing to get the full picture
Nice graphics card. Is it overclocked?
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Ivy ES vs SB I3 testing has shown a 10-15% ipc improvement so it's looking very good. The only reason to go 2011 is if you want 6 and 8 core processors but like i had said earlier if 2011 gets 8 cores then 1155 will probably get 6.
How cares about cores really. Looks at 970 vs 2600. 2600 is much better CPU if you game.
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That is quite the fake road map. Looks like it was made in photoshop with a bunch of layers for the grid, bumped out cpus, etc.
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How cares about cores really. Looks at 970 vs 2600. 2600 is much better CPU if you game.
You know how it goes zeal. Some people just think that throwing more cores out there is more important then ipc improvements. Personally i can't wait for the 2500K's replacement.
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Is ivy gona be any good? If its a 2600K replacement and for 1155 then what the point on going with 2011?
3-d transistors should help dramatically and the iGPU will be much improved. 2011 is more for quad-PCIe x16, quad channel memory @ 2400, PCIe3.x slot for Thunderbolt/SSD raid card, BCLK OC, extra cores n' such. The first EE might not be worth buying being only 6 cores since there's apparently going to be an 8-core EE in late Q2 which is only a couple months later. Kind of like the 975EE situation.


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I am in absolute awe of your lack of understanding.

AMD chips tend to be clocked much higher.

Instructions per clock wouldn't matter

if you go and look at actual, real world scenarios you'll find that the AMD chips crush Intel [at] the same price.
95+% of apps are single-threaded. Very few apps are dual-threaded and trying to find ones that use more than that is even harder. It's even worse in games. Games need IPC performance. SC2/WoW/Resident Evil are prime examples.

Actually, Intel chips tend to be clocked much higher seeing as they do 4.4Ghz on the stock cooler and 5Ghz on air. Feel free trying to source your claim of them getting crushed by the low IPC alternative though. There's a reason why there isn't any data on that.

This thread is about Intel SB-E.
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 8/7/11 at 1:47pm
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How cares about cores really. Looks at 970 vs 2600. 2600 is much better CPU if you game.
Games are beginning to use 4 cores. You should really have extra cores that will aid in chat programs, alt-tabbing, and the overall performance of windows as their thread management is actually pretty nice.
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