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My only question is...should I get the special WC edition or use my Silver arrow??

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Benchmark this...benchmark that..Your not playing fair..Its coded for Nvidia..Its coded for Intel...

Benchmarks don't mean crap..It only allows the consumer to have a ballpark idea of how it will perform for them in a *REAL* environment..

Regardless of how slow or fast BD is..I want 8 Cores..8 Cores that I don't have to pay out the ass for..8 Cores so that I can designate 2 for gaming and 6 for encoding..I absolutely hate my PII now for encoding..When handbrake scales up to 8 cores..I will want a 12 core machine =)..I would like to see the day when a full length movie at 1080p re-encoded to X264 with decent settings takes all of 15 minutes.

...so tired of all the pointless arguing
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Same difference?

Wasn't it said earlier that Linux is based on GLCC? Wouldn't that make Linux AMD biased?
Linux is built with the GNU GCC compiler, nothing biased about it at all, in fact some GCC programs run faster on Intel hardware, then Intel/Microsoft compiled programs due.

Your welcome to research this issue as much as you like.
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You obviously don't understand what you are reading. If a benchmark that is not compiled by Intel shows Intel to be better, it is definitely better.
I'm pretty sure the solution to all this is all very simple.

It's time to acknowledge both Intel and AMD as their own separate religions. We will all follow one or the other with blind zealotry thereby believing only in speculation, unconfirmed rumors, and the notion of faith. We shall then wage holy war amongst each other through designated online servers on BF3, TF2, and MW3 to prove once and for all who truly has the better CPU.

Yep, I'm pretty sure this is the point we're at.
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Benchmark this...benchmark that..Your not playing fair..Its coded for Nvidia..Its coded for Intel...

Benchmarks don't mean crap..It only allows the consumer to have a ballpark idea of how it will perform for them in a *REAL* environment..
If they are coded for Nvidia and or Intel and in the real world versions they are hand coded for each CPU then you have a problem...

Benchmark A for Application A doesn't show an accurate representation of performance for both of the CPUs

Maxon codes for Intel CPUs with Intel Technology
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If they are coded for Nvidia and or Intel and in the real world versions they are hand coded for each CPU then you have a problem...

Benchmark A for Application A doesn't show an accurate representation of performance for both of the CPUs

Maxon codes for Intel CPUs with Intel Technology
I have no problem with that, so long as it is clearly disclosed to the consumer.
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I'm pretty sure the solution to all this is all very simple.

It's time to acknowledge both Intel and AMD as their own separate religions. We will all follow one or the other with blind zealotry thereby believing only in speculation, unconfirmed rumors, and the notion of faith. We shall then wage holy war amongst each other through designated online servers on BF3, TF2, and MW3 to prove once and for all who truly has the better CPU.

Yep, I'm pretty sure this is the point we're at.
I have no idea why you decided to quote me to post that statement, but I think that is probably the worst idea I have heard yet. Putting blind faith in something is the definition of ignorance. I would suggest to wait until everything is known.
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I simply pointed out the level of insanity that has been derived from threads like this: in other words, I wasn't being literal, though I'm amazed that anyone would take it as such. I guess this only supports the notion that this is the point we're at in terms of how we treat AMD and Intel.
I just treat them as both being large corporations that are profit driven. One has a market share advantage that gives it massive amount of authority to wield power over the other.

So it is what it is. they both make good parts, buy what suits your needs.
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I just treat them as both being large corporations that are profit driven. One has a market share advantage that gives it massive amount of authority to wield power over the other.

So it is what it is. they both make good parts, buy what suits your needs.
I agree. I intend to build a BD rig as soon as I can save up the money without the wife finding out. I want both a BD and SB rig in my home...
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I simply pointed out the level of insanity that has been derived from threads like this: in other words, I wasn't being literal, though I'm amazed that anyone would take it as such. I guess this only supports the notion that this is the point we're at in terms of how we treat AMD and Intel.
As necessary partners in the CPU game? I completely agree.
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