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Ever consider just waiting another month for SB-E?
sure have but honestly ive been ithcing for an upgrade. yeah my 965 is decent but running and OLD mb that only has 3gb sata and using ddr2?

im ready for an upgrade in performance on my video editing as well.
IF SB-E is good enough for me at that point for price/performance, ill upgrade again. That would be a simple MB and CPU upgrade at that point.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
Interesting, interesting indeed. If the FX 8 core overclocks further than 5Ghz (according to other sources before, it certainly does - hits 5.5Ghz air) we may actually have a winner this time.

I still say that any news before the official release is a rumour and/or non-representativeand for several reasons, mostly pointed out by JF-AMD. Due to the lack of BIOS, software and driver optimizations, performance may not be representative of the final product in this review.
So i can be a tad faster when the real one's are benchmarked?Looks very promising now imo.
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I hope this drives down the price of the upcoming 2700K. I am thinking about building a BD rig but if it clocks just like SB there's no point.
agreed.
post #94 of 448
Cinebench 11.5

Phenom II X6 1100T Six core = ~5.9
FX 8150 eight core = 6.1

The FX8150 has a core AND a clock speed advantage here.
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I couldn't understand anything... is it better than 2600k?

And how much does it cost?
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I couldn't understand anything... is it better than 2600k?

And how much does it cost?
Slower then a 2600K and 260 dollars
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Cinebench 11.5

Phenom II X6 1100T Six core = ~5.9
FX 8150 eight core = 6.1

The FX8150 has a core AND a clock speed advantage here.
In b4 Jagged Steel claims Cinebench 11.5 is an Intel biased benchmark.
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post #98 of 448
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I couldn't understand anything... is it better than 2600k?
No, i7 2600 is faster in both muli-threaded and single-threaded benchmarks

i5 2500 is faster in single-threaded benchmarks but slower in multi-threaded ones.
post #99 of 448
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Cinebench 11.5

Phenom II X6 1100T Six core = ~5.9
FX 8150 eight core = 6.1

The FX8150 has a core AND a clock speed advantage here.
What does a X6 pull in 11.5 at 3.6Ghz?
post #100 of 448
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Cinebench 11.5

Phenom II X6 1100T Six core = ~5.9
FX 8150 8 core = 6.1

The FX8150 has a core AND a clock speed advantage here.
Thats what makes no sense, BD has a wide pipeline, can handle more uops per cycle, has a improved prefetcher, better MMC, etc. Those scores shouldn't look like that at all. However, not knowing more about the test parameters etc, what type of supporting hardware, clockspeeds etc. I don't know that i trust that review.

If it was my review, i'd try to share the hdd's, power supply etc, reduce as many possiable variables as I could. I'll wait for anand,toms,tpu,OCN etc for good solid reviews.
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