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So, AMD fanboys are picking 10 out of 1000 benchmarks to make Bulldozer look good

Anyone could do that. I can easily make i3 2100 look better than PII X6 1100T by picking the benchmarks that favors i3 2100
Pics or go home.
This is the typical response of any Intel sycophant,short on knowledge,big on banner waving.
These are one of the few doing tests on anything other than the press kit and are showing large improvements over the CHV.
If you have nothing technical to add...?

Thought not....

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...3dmark-11.html
This review with the ASRock board shows BD ahead of the 2600k in ALL games...Also in 3dmark11....
Edited by B NEGATIVE - 10/14/11 at 8:26am
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I am interested in the Rage3D review though, it seems the results are alot better and more positive than most of the other sites' reviews :? I dunno what to believe in anymore.
    
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post #263 of 513
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
Pics or go home.
This is the typical response of any Intel sycophant,short on knowledge,big on banner waving.
These are one of the few doing tests on anything other than the press kit and are showing large improvements over the CHV.
If you have nothing technical to add...?

Thought not....

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...3dmark-11.html
This review with the ASRock board shows BD ahead of the 2600k in ALL games...Also in 3dmark11....
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Produ...64.50.49.52.51

It's true though, there really are like 10 good benchmarks to 1000 bad ones. No way around that. And those gaming reviews are GPU limited so they aren't exactly relevant. Half the reviews even explain what GPU limited means and why some platforms randomly come out ahead without actually being indicative of performance.

It's interesting that the performance goes up when you skip the Asus board. What in the world was AMD thinking when they shipped that setup to reviewers? I'm curious to see where this chip actually ends up in a few months when all this launch mess dies down and they work out these bugs.
    
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single thread poor performance.... something you'll never really notice in real life of the eye.
I'd argue adding all of those extra cores is needless for most users needs.

What determines performance has typically been the combination of clock speed and IPC. We have somewhat of a third one added to that now, which is number of cores. Here's the thing though. IPC and clock speed generally always have an impact (unless something else is the bottleneck), but core count only does if the software is that heavily threaded.

Saying IPC is meaningless; one may as well suggest for Intel to make a sixteen core Pentium 4 and suggest that, because this thing is looking a bit like AMD's Netburst with it's relatively high power draw and relatively low IPC.
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Pics or go home.
This is the typical response of any Intel sycophant,short on knowledge,big on banner waving.
These are one of the few doing tests on anything other than the press kit and are showing large improvements over the CHV.
If you have nothing technical to add...?

Thought not....

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...3dmark-11.html
This review with the ASRock board shows BD ahead of the 2600k in ALL games...Also in 3dmark11....
LOL - All the AMD Fanboys pointing to GPU limited test. With that said - they still come to the conclusion -

As things currently stand it is clear from our testing that the i7-2600K is a faster CPU in many tasks and for this reason we feel the FX-8150 needs to be a little further away from that model in pricing, especially as we expect a drop on the i7 in the near future.

So who is short on knowledge here?
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Pics or go home.
This is the typical response of any Intel sycophant,short on knowledge,big on banner waving.
These are one of the few doing tests on anything other than the press kit and are showing large improvements over the CHV.
If you have nothing technical to add...?

Thought not....

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...3dmark-11.html
This review with the ASRock board shows BD ahead of the 2600k in ALL games...Also in 3dmark11....
Right, cpu tests WITHOUT giving information the frequencies the chip were running at. That's really professional.
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Even if this chip did "slightly better" in "some" tests it is still a weak chip for new tech. What is AMD going to do when Sandy-E comes out? Or when Ivy bridge comes out? I really want AMD to push ahead but the truth is they never will. In all honesty they need to make this processor less expensive to be competitive.
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post #268 of 513
The way I see it:
I recall intel has 81% of market share, and enormous resources for R&D.
Amd as a small market share and have to struggle to make it through ferocious tic-toc strategy of Intel.
Such tic-toc was only created to push technology ahead but most of all reduce costs in production.
Result is that last financial reports from Intel express the ENORMOUS gains this strategy brought in terms of results.

In the end, tic-toc is a strategy to wipe out the competition, and as far as I can see, everyone agree with it.
If not so, AMD would not be so much beaten because of bulldozer.
Yet, I see a good product and a reasonable price.
I don't understand so much anger layed upon it.
post #269 of 513
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LOL - All the AMD Fanboys pointing to GPU limited test. With that said - they still come to the conclusion -

As things currently stand it is clear from our testing that the i7-2600K is a faster CPU in many tasks and for this reason we feel the FX-8150 needs to be a little further away from that model in pricing, especially as we expect a drop on the i7 in the near future.

So who is short on knowledge here?
You. Quoting pricing as a concern?
This is about the lack of performance seen so far could be attributed to poor mobo support.
You are precisely the sort of person i mean.
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Right, cpu tests WITHOUT giving information the frequencies the chip were running at. That's really professional.
My assumption would be stock. They tackle OC at the end.
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