Let me paraphrase another portion of their review comments at the end.Original English translation:
But with our short passing test suite, we had the most brutal awakening since test components and write reviews, pure and simple, it is difficult to find a scenario where the bulldozer is a competitive solution. Handbrake only approach the performance of i7 2600K and with lower price may be considered a smart choice, assuming you only x264 encoding, but what about heat dissipation and energy consumption, of the approximately 250 RON save will have to buy a cooler better and we will remain current for many bills. Or what of the lack of vigor in multithreaded applications less, or downright tragic performance in floating point calculations? How justified that in some benchmarks is considerably slower than its predecessor, the Phenom II? How explain that encourages overclocking AMD producer, but Bulldozer double their energy consumption and so much just by raising the frequency and voltage in modest limits?
But with our small suite of tests, we had the most brutal awakening since we started testing components and writing reviews.
It is difficult to find a scenario where Bulldozer is a competitive solution.
Handbrake approaches the performance of a 2600k, and may be a smart choice, if all you do is x264 encoding. But then what about heat and power?
What about the poor performance in multi-threaded apps?
Or the down right tragic performance in floating point calculations?
In some benchmarks, Bulldozer is even slower than its predecessor, the Phenom II!
Why does AMD encourage overclocking, when it greatly increases the energy consumption with just a modest overclock?