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post #31 of 75
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
A fair comparison would be at maximum clocks for each processor. So if the 2500k was stable at 5GHz and BD was stable at 5.5GHz you would compare them at those speeds to find ultimate performance....
You can't do that becuase every processor will overclock differently
post #32 of 75
So he compared a 4.85Ghz 8150 vs a 3.8Ghz 2500K then benched them against each other? It takes me 2 bios changes and a reboot to hit 4.8Ghz


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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
A fair comparison would be at maximum clocks for each processor. So if the 2500k was stable at 5GHz and BD was stable at 5.5GHz you would compare them at those speeds to find ultimate performance....
If only it worked like that.
Edited by Don Karnage - 10/11/11 at 6:50am
post #33 of 75
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Originally Posted by Doc_Gonzo View Post
Does anyone even know if it's DEFINITELY being released tomorrow?
There is a possibility that they'll announce that it will launch next week. (18th)
I've seen multiple webstores that says the chip will be available on the 18th, + If I remember correctly.. There was someone saying "Release next week" on a recent BD overclock stream.

Please remember that this is just a wild guess.
 
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post #34 of 75
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So he compared a 4.85Ghz 8150 vs a 3.8Ghz 2500K then benched them against each other? It takes me 2 bios changes and a reboot to hit 4.8Ghz




If only it worked like that.

I think they should try to get the highest overclock on a HYPER 212+ processor or the stock cooler and then match them against each other.

A VERY large amount of people use the Hyper 212+ and stock coolers. This would allow a majority of the public to see how the processors would perform for them
    
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post #35 of 75
Performance per watt is by far the most important thing to consider with a processor.

A far comparison between the two processors would be one where they are each drawing a 100 watts or so.

In order to accomplish this, you must underclock the fx 8150, and overclock the 2600k.

This is what people who buy server equipment will look at, and anyone with a brain should look at.
post #36 of 75
He posted a bunch of figures. I don't see any pics of the testbed or snapshots of the synthetic benchmarks supposedly used or anything? Just some random guy typing, "trust me, guise; over 9,000 points fasturrr according to the numbers I just wrote."
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I think they should try to get the highest overclock on a HYPER 212+ processor or the stock cooler and then match them against each other.

A VERY large amount of people use the Hyper 212+ and stock coolers. This would allow a majority of the public to see how the processors would perform for them
A lot of people are going to test with a D14 which is fine. I just want people to test clock for clock and not have a clock speed advantage for either chip.

Also have to remember 4.8Ghz is going to probably be the limit for the Amd chips on air.
post #38 of 75
Lol?

I'm no hater nor fanboy, hell I've been waiting to see how well BD does to decide on it, but by the looks of it, it's not dealing much of a blow.
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post #39 of 75
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Originally Posted by Chrono Detector View Post
if this CPU performs worse than a 2500K in most cases despite having more cores, threads and cache then Bulldozer is an epic failure.
Things don't just magically run faster because you have more cores or a giant cache, the software needs to utilize the hardware for it to matter, so your point is moot.
post #40 of 75
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This is what people who buy server equipment will look at, and anyone with a brain should look at.
Whilst that's completely true, actual servers (the kind that need great performance per watt) don't use desktop processors.
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