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Why are there two windows/desktops in those pics? Looks like someone was running a virtual machine.......
I believe that the PhII x840 was hosting the stream of the FX8150 being benched, though someone may correct me on that.

The benching was done via remote connection by a user on here for a computer built in the Ukraine.

i don't think a virtual machine was used at all.
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Yes it was done through remote connection.
    
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Why are there two windows/desktops in those pics? Looks like someone was running a virtual machine.......
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What make's AMDs validations better than anyone elses?

The maker of a product is the last party that you should go to when looking for an honest appraisal of that product.

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Why would anyone believe or accept differently without skeptical analysis?
Why would use assume there hasn't been repeat and very skeptical analysis?

Information on BD has been coming in and been mutually confirmed and reinforced by a dozen different sources, some of them well respected and quite credible. They have been looked at individually and together; picked apart and analyzed; compared and contrasted with what AMD shown or let slip so far. It is neither unreasonable nor premature to draw some conclusions from this, especially considering the mass of precedent that has been reinforced by nearly every CPU release prior to this.

Your continued insistence on an ok from AMD to consider what is out there is absurd, and would be laughable if I didn't think you actually took it seriously.
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Don't want to start a pissing contest. That's not what im here to do.

With that said, they marketed this to the all around enthusiast, with gaming being one of them. And not just gaming, but "ultra" high resolution gaming. Ya know, the gaming that's GPU bottlenecked anyways. Just saying.
Well,not all games rely on just the GPU,and not all gamers a have a "ultra" high res or dual screen setup. But,an AMD graph slide featuring Battlefield 3 showed the FX came out just slightly ahead in a GPU limited situation.
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It borked

Vishera isn't
Like radaja said,we don't even really know what BD is yet.
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There are more of us than one would realize upon a quick perusing of the forums - as is the case in most open forums in life, those who shout the loudest, the most frequently, and with the strongest, immovable convictions are actually a minority with an agenda and an obliviousness to their own fallaciousness.

These discussions on BD have been painful to watch - fanboyism on all sides, flaming to challenge the best/worst known to the interwebs, conclusion jumping, logically fallacious rationalizations, preconceived notions posed as objective analysis ... the list is practically endless.

And it's funny how seemingly objectionable the calls for patience are to some. Is it that hard to wrap ones head around the concept of waiting until the official release of a product that the manufacturer has specifically stated will not be represented in any released benches until such a time?

It really doesn't matter what is released prior to such, or how accurate it "was" or not - all conclusions made beforehand are necessarily spurious and invalid until seen in retrospect post official-release. These conditions are explicitly stated, and there's been nothing official to the contrary. Why would anyone believe or accept differently without skeptical analysis?
Well said.
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Why are there two windows/desktops in those pics? Looks like someone was running a virtual machine.......
I believe it was a Team viewer window.
Edited by Heavy MG - 10/9/11 at 7:50pm
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in reality..... i remember shipping in a e6300 engineering sample from Hong Kong 3 weeks before the core duo release and running all sorts of benchmarks and over clocks that I could think of.... i only managed to get that chip to just shy of 3ghz and it was fast compared to anything else that was out at that time....

the bios i was on didnt fully optimise the cpu as it was a pre release beta bios and this definitely had an effect on the cpu.

i sold the e.s. on and bought the first retain version of the cpu with a proper bios released for the board and that chip got a 100% overclock which was fairly achievable and loads of people ended up getting this result, not only that, it benchmarked substantially better than the engineering sample i had.

now, whether or not this is going to be the case for bulldozer, i agree, its far to early to assume its a dud!! i am not an amd fanboy nor an intel fanboy, i am just another pc enthusiast that likes playing with the new stuff that comes out. i have had both 2500k and 2600k cpu's and they are definately blisteringly fast. i am currently running my 1090t at a conservative 4 ghz, i ran my sandys both at 4.5ghz as every one i have tried did that as you all know. in real life terms, i dont see any noticeable difference in day to day use. benchmark wise...theres a huge difference.....

i think everyone should stop the whole flaming each other , intel , amd etc etc and just wait and see how it turns out......

its gonna pan out one way or the other...that much is a certainty!!

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SHOW ME A CPU-Z !!! where is it?
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What make's AMDs validations better than anyone elses?

The maker of a product is the last party that you should go to when looking for an honest appraisal of that product.



Why would use assume there hasn't been repeat and very skeptical analysis?

Information on BD has been coming in and been mutually confirmed and reinforced by a dozen different sources, some of them well respected and quite credible. They have been looked at individually and together; picked apart and analyzed; compared and contrasted with what AMD shown or let slip so far. It is neither unreasonable nor premature to draw some conclusions from this, especially considering the mass of precedent that has been reinforced by nearly every CPU release prior to this.

Your continued insistence on an ok from AMD to consider what is out there is absurd, and would be laughable if I didn't think you actually took it seriously.
I take the fact that people are concluding about a technically unreleased product as laughable. What has been released so far may or may not be indicative of the actual release. We don't know that yet. It's really that simple.

As to your alleged "credible evidence" - you continue to flaunt potential misinformation. It can all agree with each other, but if it's not legitimate, then it means naught.

I would be saying the SAME EXACT THING if the results were amazing, showing BD destroying Sandy Bridge. Grain of salt.

After official release, and with proper, substantiated benches on confirmed hardware/software, all bets are off and any analysis can be objective. Until such time, no analysis is truly objective.
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Well,not all games rely on just the GPU,and not all gamers a have a "ultra" high res or dual screen setup. But,an AMD graph slide featuring Battlefield 3 showed the FX came out just slightly ahead in a GPU limited situation.
You've missed the point. Actually you flipped it, with all due respect.

Ultra high res is where BD will be okay, because you wouldn't notice the difference anyways. GPU limited.

On a more CPU bound game, your off much worst. SC2 will probably be terrible, and other games as well. Same can be said for gaming on lower resolutions, not like the FPS would be anywhere near unplayable... Actually, with a really good OC, you'll see better than Phenom 2. Architectually, it's still just no where near Intel stuff. Other than E-Peen, it doesn't really matter.

In all reality, it wont be a bad chip. Overclocked it will do well for it's price point and that's all that really matters. Hopefully the refinements and process enhacements will allow later steppings of Piledriver CPUs to easily hit 5.5ghz+ on air and more. That will be exciting.
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Rumor has it the Anandtech review drops after midnight. Not sure how credible it is tho.
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