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Originally Posted by Abs.exe;15278558 
Ok bro, first off, that is 1 game, that isnt finished yet so we cant really judge since the BETA closed this weekend and bulldozer just got out.
Second, I never heard of i7 2500k, so your graphs are just like if a 12 yo said crysis 2 rocks on 360.
Third, on the OP provided chart, in WoW, intel has about 120 fps while BD has 77.
Just like all the games, 20-40% more fps with intel.


Want some milk in your sand bowl ?

You're awfully butthurt for someone who doesn't even own the thing he's knocking, did he insult your mum or something?
Just wondering why you even care... bro.

Also, 120/77 is just over one and a half which is 50-55%.
If it's giving 55% more performance in WoW, why not make that the upper limit in your example instead of 40%?

TL;DR: Lrn2maths and why do you care?

On topic, yeah BD seems to be falling flat on its face.
I don't see why that's a good thing when the further AMD gets from Intel, the less work Intel have to do to stay ahead and the less advancement in microprocessor development as a result. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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post #22 of 66
Intel Dual core > AMD Quad core
Intel Quad core > AMD Octo core

AMD should hire new engineers seriously.
post #23 of 66
I am troll, hear me roar. No really, after what I have seen...

Most real gamers play the higest end games on their PC. If I want to play older stuff, I go with the 360 or PS3 for gaming. You can't play a benchmark... You CAN play a game. With a high end GPU, there is no difference in performance from an i7 or the new FX.

Video rendering is seldom used by most, but important to those that do. The dozer is for them. Those who don't want to drop a grand for the same performance they can get for $219... Bulldozer all the way.

Now, where the best Intel cpus shine is benchmarks. Yipee. I have an i7 laptop, and I am getting an FX to put in my sig rig. Why? It is 1/4 of the price.
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post #24 of 66
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike-IRL;15278698 
You're awfully butthurt for someone who doesn't even own the thing he's knocking, did he insult your mum or something?
Just wondering why you even care... bro.

Also, 120/77 is just over one and a half which is 50-55%.
If it's giving 55% more performance in WoW, why not make that the upper limit in your example instead of 40%?

TL;DR: Lrn2maths and why do you care?

On topic, yeah BD seems to be falling flat on its face.
I don't see why that's a good thing when the further AMD gets from Intel, the less work Intel have to do to stay ahead and the less advancement in microprocessor development as a result. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

The GRAPHS ARE NO GOOD THATS WHY
He did say gamers could eat sand with that benchmark, but that benchmark is a total proof of why there shouldnt be 10293219789432 reviews site.
An i7 2500k, go ahead buy one.
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Originally Posted by FightingEdge;15278727 
Yipee. I have an i7 laptop, and I am getting an FX to put in my sig rig. Why? It is 1/4 of the price.

Huhhh 1/4 of the price ?

You dare comparing a bulldozer chip to an i7 ?
You do realise bd can barely hit an i5 right ?
post #25 of 66
Quote:
Originally Posted by Abs.exe;15278704 
Intel Dual core > AMD Quad core
Intel Quad core > AMD Octo core

AMD should hire new engineers seriously.

Intel dual core > Amd quad core? How do you know?
what if someone plays on quad core optimized games?
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Intel dual core > Amd quad core? How do you know?
what if someone plays on quad core optimized games?

Compare E8500 to Phenom 955 and you will see why.
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post #27 of 66
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe;15278755 
The GRAPHS ARE NO GOOD THATS WHY
He did say gamers could eat sand with that benchmark, but that benchmark is a total proof of why there shouldnt be 10293219789432 reviews site.
An i7 2500k, go ahead buy one.





Huhhh 1/4 of the price ?

You dare comparing a bulldozer chip to an i7 ?
You do realise bd can barely hit an i5 right ?

Still half the price of an equal i5.
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post #28 of 66
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Originally Posted by Abs.exe;15278755 
The GRAPHS ARE NO GOOD THATS WHY
He did say gamers could eat sand with that benchmark, but that benchmark is a total proof of why there shouldnt be 10293219789432 reviews site.
An i7 2500k, go ahead buy one.




Huhhh 1/4 of the price ?

You dare comparing a bulldozer chip to an i7 ?
You do realise bd can barely hit an i5 right ?

Those graphs are from [H], there's a typo.
That doesn't mean [H] isn't reputable.

All I'm saying is that you seem to care way too much about Intel's processors, it's not like you sat around a table and suggested they put extra magic smoke in or something.
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post #29 of 66
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Originally Posted by FightingEdge;15278811 
Still half the price of an equal i5.

More like BD is more expensive than SB
$219.99---2500k
$279.99---8150
Quote:
Originally Posted by insyxion;15278756 
Intel dual core > Amd quad core? How do you know?
what if someone plays on quad core optimized games?

i3 540 stock is equal to a phenom 2 x4
Those phenom overclocks stop at around 4-4.2ghz
i3 540 can go 4.6ghz+ and are cheaper than P2x4
post #30 of 66
Still on this whole AMD is the equal of Intel at high resolutions crap?
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Originally Posted by MinitroN;15277874 
Anyone who thinks BD is even competitive with SB in gaming isn't actually looking at the benchmarks.
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These are not low-resolution benchmarks and it still bottlenecks a HD 5870.
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What's the AMD excuse here? Nobody plays that WOW game?

Get rolled harder.
    
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