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So which benching programs are out there right now that will bench i7's and FX fairly?

Are all major reviews for Bulldozer (Anandtech etc) going to be Intel biased due to the benching programs used which are compiled to boost Intel CPU performance?

What can we, the end user use? WinRAR, 7-Zip, x264 etc?
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Still no date.
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Still no date.
release on release ... duh!!!


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Originally Posted by SSJVegeta View Post
So which benching programs are out there right now that will bench i7's and FX fairly?

Are all major reviews for Bulldozer (Anandtech etc) going to be Intel biased due to the benching programs used which are compiled to boost Intel CPU performance?

What can we, the end user use? WinRAR, 7-Zip, x264 etc?
there's a benchmark on xtreme system that was made by a user over there that benches pi .. highly multi threaded btw and has tons of options ...


http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...rPi-and-PiFast
Edited by Fr0sty - 10/7/11 at 6:23pm
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So which benching programs are out there right now that will bench i7's and FX fairly?

Are all major reviews (Anandtech etc) going to be Intel biased due to the benching programs used which are compiled to boost Intel CPU performance?

What can we, the end user use? WinRAR, 7-Zip, x264 etc?
http://www.phoronix-test-suite.com/
http://www.passmark.com/
http://www.inartis.com/default.aspx
http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=520
http://www.7-zip.org/ <-- be sure to use 64bit versions

I could find more but if the application you are using isn't optimized for your CPU just find a new one or if it is a open source application recompile it
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Do all synthetic benchmarks favor intel or something? Isn't that why AMD and a few others stopped endorsing Sysmark?


P.S. - Bravo to you gentlemen for keeping on topic and not getting the thread locked
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47.5%? If this could be done with a Intel vs. AMD CPU the results would be very surprising.
It was on an Nano vs an Atom in memory throughput, it had a MASSIVE increase.

I should do benchmarks when my CPUs here, see if I get improvements from changing to GenuineIntel, etc.
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Do all synthetic benchmarks favor intel or something? Isn't that why AMD and a few others stopped endorsing Sysmark?
Sysmark the leaving of said benchmark platform was because of no GPU accelerated applications were included

All business CPUs from AMD are now APUs
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It was on an Nano vs an Atom in memory throughput, it had a MASSIVE increase.

I should do benchmarks when my CPUs here, see if I get improvements from changing to GenuineIntel, etc.
id like to know how to change the cpuid too ... and try some test on a lonely phenom II and mu bd once it arrives
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So do BD chips have a name? Or is just "FX"?
    
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So do BD chips have a name? Or is just "FX"?
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