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So after bringing back the FX name and releasing the comic, AMD has produced something that is not even close to the 2600k? Out of all the "fake" reviews none of them has reported decent results and intel isn't lowering prices even with their upcoming 2700k which further implies BD will not be anything spectacular. My past systems have all been AMD but I think i'm moving to intel this time. I waited all this time and it looks like I couldve bought a 2600k since the start of the year and it will still have the best performance now. For someone that needs an entirely new system BD doesnt make sense.
if you look at all the reviews, the closer to release date, the higher the benchmarks are. before it was worse than a 2500k, now its better. either people are getting newer silicone or the reviews are ?? i still believe, that even if these are factory, ready for release chips. with bios updates they will get even better. If these chips at stock are so good and according to the World videos. every chip they tested was able to achieve 5.0 easily. meaning 5.0+ is a good possibility. For the price point, to go after a chip that is $100 more is a pretty good deal.

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Deny it all you want, but that article comes from a legitimate PC Magazine.

In 6 days, you'll see that these results, and all of the other benchmarks showing similar performance, are far from fake. What will you say then?
what about the part where EVERY one of these reviews have completely different scores. NOT ONE HAS MATCHED UP. that must mean something right??
post #312 of 448
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Deny it all you want, but that article comes from a legitimate PC Magazine.

In 6 days, you'll see that these results, and all of the other benchmarks showing similar performance, are far from fake. What will you say then?
They'll continue making excuses and denying anything that makes AMD look bad is my guess.
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if you look at all the reviews, the closer to release date, the higher the benchmarks are. before it was worse than a 2500k, now its better. either people are getting newer silicone or the reviews are ?? i still believe, that even if these are factory, ready for release chips. with bios updates they will get even better. If these chips at stock are so good and according to the World videos. every chip they tested was able to achieve 5.0 easily. meaning 5.0+ is a good possibility. For the price point, to go after a chip that is $100 more is a pretty good deal.
FX-8150 is supposedly $260 according to Tankguys. That's only $40 from the retail price of a 2600K which beats it in multithreaded performance and destroys it in single threaded performance.
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It does make sense for a new build, but only for those who are on a very tight budget and can't afford Sandy Bridge.


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FX-8150 is supposedly $260 according to Tankguys. That's only $40 from the retail price of a 2600K which beats it in multithreaded performance and destroys it in single threaded performance.
and you got that from non retail benchmarks ???
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FX-8150 is supposedly $260 according to Tankguys. That's only $40 from the retail price of a 2600K which beats it in multithreaded performance and destroys it in single threaded performance.
at stock it does, we dont know anything about overclocked. if it clocks as high as rumored to, it could beat a more expensive chip. we will find out when its released.

and how many games use just one core anymore, not many. they are all designed for multicores.
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and you got that from non retail benchmarks ???
I got that from benchmarks that were posted erroneously on a Dutch computer magazine's website a few days before release. We already know that various review sites have the retail BD review kits, which includes the retail stepping chips along with Asus Crosshair IV motherboards. You can question the legitimacy of these benchmarks all you want, but in 6 days you will see for yourself when these results match those from Anandtech. Tell me, what new excuses will you give then?
Edited by 996gt2 - 10/6/11 at 6:00pm
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I got that from benchmarks that were posted erroneously on a Dutch computer magazine's website a few days before release. We already know that various review sites have the retail BD review kits, which includes the retail stepping chips along with Asus Crosshair IV motherboards. You can question the legitimacy of these benchmarks all you want, but in 6 days you will see for yourself when these results match those from Anandtech. Tell me, what new excuses will you give then?

and you call the link in the OP credible ???
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and you got that from non retail benchmarks ???
The review posted here is obviously written using an Amd press kit. 996 couldn't be anymore right. What are you going to say when anand and tpu confirm these results? Make more excuses?

Like I said before these results aren't that bad. They're the results that were expected.
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and you call the link in the OP credible ???
thats what i was thinking. AMD releases some dutch site to release all the specs on the FX chips....rriiiiight....
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the real question is what will you say 996gt2 if you're wrong?
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