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Ok i don't know if this is really true but here http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Produ...41.342.342.335
I am having a hard time figuring out which processor the bulldozer was built to compete against. All this wait for BS, nice going AMD. I guess i still have to switch to Intel.
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BD was supposedly made to compete in terms of performance-cost ratio, not absolute performance

moar cores = moar cores
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BD was supposedly made to compete in terms of performance-cost ratio, not absolute performance

moar cores = moar cores
Well it failed at that too because the Phenom IIs are better and cheaper
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IIRC, their slides were pointing to 2500k as competition for it.
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IIRC, their slides were pointing to 2500k as competition for it.
It failed at that too lol
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I'm almost positive there target was the 980X.


As seen there
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oh snaps.. just read a few thread on BD, its not cheaper than pretty much anything at $250

what an uber failure

i'd be so butthurt if i had been waiting for BD
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I'm almost positive there target was the 980X.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rDwXuAINJk

As seen there
This just keeps getting better
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In real world performance the FX 8150 is a winner.





All of the lame Atari resolution game performance charts shown on nearly all of the reviews (why?) do not mean squat if you play new games at high resolution. This CPU is built to run current and future games at modern high-resolution levels, and kicks butt at it. FX's will look even better when some proper Scorpius platform Crossfire/Eyefinity triple monitor reviews start appearing.
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In real world performance the FX 8150 is a winner.





All of the lame Atari resolution game performance charts shown on nearly all of the reviews (why?) do not mean squat if you play new games at high resolution. This CPU is built to run current and future games at modern high-resolution levels, and kicks butt at it. FX's will look even better when some proper Scorpius platform Crossfire/Eyefinity triple monitor reviews start appearing.
Sigh....
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Anyone who thinks BD is even competitive with SB in gaming isn't actually looking at the benchmarks.






These are not low-resolution benchmarks and it still bottlenecks a HD 5870.


What's the AMD excuse here? Nobody plays that WOW game?
    
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