Originally Posted by AddictedGamer93
No no no no I didn't mean codename, I mean like "Phenom" or "Athlon".
are the names
Originally Posted by Heavy MG
Yep,it's just called FX,but I hope AMD keeps the Athlon name for something,maybe there will be a dual core BD chip with the Athlon name.
The Trinity chips with no GPU or the GPU disabled will be called Athlon becuase Llano chips with no GPU or the GPU disabled are also called Athlon
Originally Posted by Brutuz
ICC is a biased compiler, but that doesn't mean you should disregard any applications that are compiled using it...Look at real world applications only, and those that either are the same as something you do or are a program you use, that's the most realistic you can get and it's the only way to gauge a CPUs performance.
We should disregard Cinebench R11.5 because it doesn't even benchmark Maxon's current software
Cinebench R11.5 = Cinema4D R11.5
Have been out awhile
So why should we say Cinebench R11.5 is representative for Intel CPUs on Cinema4D R12/R13Edited by Seronx - 10/7/11 at 11:18pm