Originally Posted by -X3-;15204659
MiNitro(ll), can you please think about what you write before posting? Thanks.
AMD quad cores are enough even for high end single (or some dual) GPU solutions. I've seen a lot of systems with a 955 & 6850 CFX, and no complains whatsoever. When higher settings are set (which is what actually happens), no difference will be noticed.
People want processing power, which will be more future proof. Dual cores are too old style tech, and as I mentioned before, I have noticed a performance increase in many fields going from dual core intel processor to my B50.
The i3's HT is nice, but it is still defined as a dual core processor. It's a dual core versus quad core. I'll choose quad core any day.
You're like a broken record regarding that BC2. I showed a bench in which it matches the 2500K.
And don't teach me about physics, I know better than you. Where did I say that if a processor consumes more power, it's not hotter? Where? You should learn how to read properly, young man.
You still can't compose grammatically correct sentences. Please complete grammar school before posting again, it would be appreciated.
Well if you've seen these setups could you please link them and a comparison with a SB-based setup... If you don't link any evidence I think we can continue to ignore your baseless claims.
Again, good for you, nobody cares. All things being equal I think everyone else would choose the processor that's been proven faster in benchmarks yet consumes less power and produces less excess heat.
The fact the i3-2100 is faster than the 1100T at any setting in a 2 year old game is pathetic and doesn't not bode well for the future performance of AMD.
You need lessons in English as well as physics. From your lack of coherent sentences you really shouldn't be calling anyone young man. You should actually read what you posted earlier about power consumption. In fact, let me give you a quote:
Originally Posted by -X3-;15203633
About the power consumption - so? What do you want to explain with that? It doesn't mean a lot to a person that has a sufficient cooling and power supply. It is not a disadvantage of AMD.
Using more power and producing more heat is a disadvantage, sorry to break it to you.
So, again, the i3-2100 performs better, uses less power, and produces less excess heat.
You have the internet in front of you and you can't spell or use proper grammar. Go to school for this before talking about the latest technology.