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This ^

This is the very reason I have not been so active in the thread these days. My stock score on a 3.0 GHz NB was 9MB/s and plop it into an Intel 2600k rig and it is 22MB/s. Anyone else want access to update the spreadsheet?
 
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If all you do is run benchmarks then Intel might be OK. If you actually use your PC, then AMD is just fine and often preferred by many. wink.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1204943/fud-amd-pulls-blind-test-at-recent-show
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If all you do is run benchmarks then Intel might be OK. If you actually use your PC, then AMD is just fine and often preferred by many. wink.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1204943/fud-amd-pulls-blind-test-at-recent-show

I absolutly agree with your statement (didnt read link yet), my 1100t was great, thats why Im debating whether i want to sell my mobo/cpu but know I should since i dont need 2 computers.

I went intel just to play/oc a new system, thats all. Already tried an 8150, 1100t was great, and now 2500k.

Please dont take it as the start of a debate but I will say though, going from my 1100t in sig below to the 2500k at 4.8ghz 1866mhz memory feels like i ran my amd processor at stock cpu-nb then overclocked the crap out of it to 2800+ mhz. It brought that kind of snap to the system. I just wish it was more challengint to overclock lol, Im sure as I push it further I will find that challenge but 4.8 seemed too easy. I also like how amd you can fine tune the individual parts of the cpu more precisly than intel, but thats just because i like to tinker with stuff.

I have less than a week with it but have noticed heaven 2.5 used to load in 32seconds, now nothing new but the intel switch loads in 17seconds. But honestly that doesnt mean amd is no good. Gaming (which i do) the 2 systems feel very close to the same if not identical. I need to play more and gather more data, but that just proves you cant really FEEL it on games like bf3 at least. Skyrim which I dont play is different apperently.
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This is the very reason I have not been so active in the thread these days. My stock score on a 3.0 GHz NB was 9MB/s and plop it into an Intel 2600k rig and it is 22MB/s. Anyone else want access to update the spreadsheet?

Yeah I hear ya, eventually that wall is hit. I was blown away how my same memory on intel at 1333mhz blew my bulldozer personal record while at 1866.
Edited by 66racer - 2/1/12 at 11:20am
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I always tell people to buy what makes them happy. wink.gif

I also alert them to Intel's chronic violations of law and attempts to crush AMD and eliminate all choice for consumers. What people chose to do is completely up to them. While trying to illegally eliminate any competition Intel was also convicted twice of U.S. tax fraud. Quite the unscrupulous company IMO.

Perhaps if more people used their moral compass then Intel would not be able to blackmail consumers as badly?

http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2120866/intel-antitrust-claims-dismissed
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I always tell people to buy what makes them happy. wink.gif
I also alert them to Intel's chronic violations of law and attempts to crush AMD and eliminate all choice for consumers. What people chose to do is completely up to them. While trying to illegally eliminate any competition Intel was also convicted twice of U.S. tax fraud. Quite the unscrupulous company IMO.
Perhaps if more people used their moral compass then Intel would not be able to blackmail consumers as badly?
http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2120866/intel-antitrust-claims-dismissed

I hear ya, voting with your money is a great way to express how you feel. Im not too up to speed about their business practices but have heard things in the news from time to time, im sure they paid up for their wrong doing. The one thing I dont like though is that it seems 1155 pci-e slots configurations seem so vanilla. I mean my asus CHV had a whole pci slot between the top 3 slots and bottom 2, which would have been perfect for a sli on the asus gtx570's lol

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Didnt mean to get off topic here redface.gif
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Unfortunately Intel has never really paid for their crimes... because they can "buy all the justice they desire", except in the EU, even though litigation continues even today per the link above. The damage to AMD and consumers is forever. Some times slighty off-topic is good because many people are not aware of what they are supporting when they spend their money with Intel. redface.gif

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/14/business/global/14compete.html?pagewanted=all
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Unfortunately Intel has never really paid for their crimes... because they can "buy all the justice they desire", except in the EU, even though litigation continues even today per the link above. The damage to AMD and consumers is forever. Some times slighty off-topic is good because many people are not aware of what they are supporting when they spend their money with Intel. redface.gif
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/14/business/global/14compete.html?pagewanted=all

Thanks for sharing, its good to be informed. I personally went amd in 2011 to try the underdog out after P2ht and core2duo, and dont regret it. It was just time for something new. I really hope piledriver will do much better, I dont want amd to be known for only their APU's. Its nice to see the little guy compete with Intel too, its the american story.
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Piledrive / Vishersa desktop should be ~15% faster the the FX CPUs. Trinity laptop will be ~25% faster than Llano. Eventually most of if not all of mainstream PC users will be using an AMD desktop APU because they offer the best performance/value, consume less energy and are very efficient.

As blind tests have shown, CPU specifications and benchmark results don't tell the whole story.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1204943/fud-amd-pulls-blind-test-at-recent-show

BTW - 66racer, thanks for an intelligent, hate free discussion. It's a refreshing change. thumb.gif
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First time testing.
Might OC more once I get water cooling.

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Here 's my score, still working on it.

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