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post #31 of 99
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Originally Posted by 996gt2 View Post
It would take quite a lack of common sense to buy one at that price
Indeed, I will not be buying a 8150 for any more than 189.00, because that is all it is worth. Intel can beat the 8150's performance for 189.00 with the i5, so this is a really bad deal at this price.
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post #32 of 99
to pricey! a 2500k can be had at microcenter for 180 bucks

i'm still buying one, but dang amd.. hopefully there will be some magical bios flash in the works
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post #33 of 99
the only way i ever see myself buying a 8150 if the price drops to that of a 1090t 160bucks only way ill ever even consider buying that piece of Garbage that takes around 500w to run i dont think i can run my 6870 on a 650w anymore if bulldozer is gonna take that much Watts
post #34 of 99
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Have you seen a MC listing for an 8150? I looked and I can only find quads and hexes (130 and 200 respectively) I was hoping to run across the street and grab one to play with but they don't seem to have any.
Someone that works for Microcenter posted up the store pricing for the whole range, but it got closed AFAIK.

The 8150 was $279.99. Just like the 2600K.
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post #35 of 99
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My processor was $280ish when I got it, the prices are reasonable, people will buy them.
Glad to see I'm not the only one thinking this. My i7 920 was $279.99. I haven't seen any benches for bd yet as I have been too busy to do any real research but that 8150 seems reasonable...
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Glad to see I'm not the only one thinking this. My i7 920 was $279.99. I haven't seen any benches for bd yet as I have been too busy to do any real research but that 8150 seems reasonable...
Its getting smoked by Phenom IIs, and the i5 2500k, let alone the 2600k.

Disappointing, but it looks like my 1090t will be able to hold me over for at least another year or two, I will probably get whatever comes after ivy-bridge from Intel that has 6+ cores.
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If only power consumption was less and it actually beat the 2500k would it be worth more than the 2500k. Results were majorly disappointing so I bought the 2500k even though I was planning to buy the FX 8120. Glad I didn't buy the AM3+ motherboard before it came out.

Nice board. I recommended it yesterday in a build. Reviewers have hit 5ghz with it
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If only power consumption was less and it actually beat the 2500k would it be worth more than the 2500k. Results were majorly disappointing so I bought the 2500k even though I was planning to buy the FX 8120. Glad I didn't buy the AM3+ motherboard before it came out.
I see the 8150 outperforming the 2500, and dead even with a 2600. I guess if you really want to be convinced to not go with a BD, all you have to do is look for the benches made with Atari level graphics settings, which comprises most of the benches out so far, and the Intel offerings do better. At modern high resolution gaming BD is clearly a top contender.



Edit to add source link. It is a test of BFBC2 by OCC.

Edited by Jagged_Steel - 10/12/11 at 8:24am
    
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It will take the sun to power these things
You saw the power draw figures on HardOCP?

That's something to think about.

Link for anyone else interested in seeing how thirsty these chips get at higher OCs.
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Wow this is really good news for AMD users. A 279.99 chip with the same performance as a 999.99 chip from intel.
     
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