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I just can't see why AMD WHY! The suckerz had 7 damn years and they make this BS! Intel here I come, Sandy Bridge E u will be mine! So much time waisted with AMD, when SB-E comes out damn AMD will be history. I was such a supporter and with releasing the BD all they did was ***** in my face.
Sad days, i can forsee AMD will withdraw from the CPU market in the not too distant future, and will end up concentrating on GPU's. Sounds hard to believe but it's highly likely.
 
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If you geeks didn't watch benchmarks all day long, you will see there is actually no difference.
AMD is good & Intel is good. Its not fail!
thats actually true to some degree.. but use them both for a month each, see your electric bill $$ difference and then came back to tell the same thing !!
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Other than trolling, I see no reason for Intel fanboys to be here. It matches or beats the 1100t ineverything except single threaded performance. From the gaming tests, it looks to be a great competitor. sPI or Cinebench isn't going to benefit anyone in real life usage. This is like people at XDA who think quadrant determines real life performance

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You have 35 posts and your already telling people what threads they should and shouldn't be in?

Bd performs well in multithreaded apps and gets slaughtered in gaming. Plain and simple.
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In some categories it does.

Personally, I find the hypocrisy to be HILARIOUS.

When the quad core was first released, OCN hailed it as innovative, awesome and great...Even though it was "crushed" by the dual cores.

Now that an octo comes out, with actual, "even" scores to it's competition...It's "crushed", "crap" and an epic fail.

I think the vast majority of you need to take a picture because, you'll get a perfect shot of the "rare and elusive" elitist hypocrite.
There is a huge difference between then and now.

When the first quad cores came out, they worked pretty damn well simply because they were a dual core CPU + two cores (quad core). That means that they did well on single-threaded and dual-threaded tasks, even if their price point was very high. It also has been proven that said quad cores are now superior to older dual cores because programs today use more threads, so they benefit from quad cores.

With Bulldozer, we're seeing the opposite. We're seeing an 8-core that SOMETIMES matches intel's best quad cores when the applications are highly threaded. Otherwise, the FX 8150 flat out loses. There is no consolation prize here; the FX 8150 is simply less appealing because it takes very specific circumstances to shine. This was never the case with older quad cores vs. dual cores. The older quad cores still performed up to par with their dual core brethren, and they also happened to crush the dual cores in multi-tasking and highly threaded environments. We do not see this effect with Bulldozer. In Bulldozer, if the program is highly threaded, it wins sometimes. If the program is NOT highly-threaded, it just loses, and most of the time, it loses badly. It can't keep up in 95% of situations, and when it does keep up, it just keeps up. It's not a lot faster.


Trust me, I wanted BD to be successful. I tried to think of any way that Bulldozer could be used right now that would make it worth the money, and I'm just not finding that reason. It has lower IPC, higher power usage, and is only a good CPU in very specific circumstances.

Anyone that says otherwise needs to have a serious reality check. Bulldozer, for the time being, is a failure.
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Sad days, i can forsee AMD will withdraw from the CPU market in the not too distant future, and will end up concentrating on GPU's. Sounds hard to believe but it's highly likely.
Yep I think so too.
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Bulldozer just launched YESTERDAY and it's already on par of beating the i7-2600k, i5-2500k and i7 980x in a wide spectrum of REAL WORLD scenarios. Keep in mind too that the chipsets that support BD are in it's infant stages. I don't know why we are getting so much negative speak on these forums about BD? IMO, for it to be on par with the 2600k and 2500k only means great things coming in the future from AMD.

I can't think of any other examples at the moment as I am just waking up but, from the time the AMD 6970 was released with the first set of drivers until now, the 6970 has seen a 20-40%improvement in performance just simply based on DRIVERS. My point: with 990x it meets 2600k & 2500k and beats it in a good many cases. With the implementation of newer chipsets, I think we will have a sure shot crown in the high end desktop CPU space; FX-8150!
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Yep I think so too.
The thing is AMD do make very good GPU's and have for a long time, and are actually competitive in this area, all they need is more support from game developers. Which is something Nvidia seems to get a lot more of.
 
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Are you guys seeing something that I'm not seeing? ***?!? AMD 8150 wins in 3DMark 11, Vantage, Crysis 2, BF3, and a few other benchmarks. Where are you guys coming from with this EPIC FAIL SYNDROME?
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Bulldozer just launched YESTERDAY and it's already on par of beating the i7-2600k, i5-2500k and i7 980x in a wide spectrum of REAL WORLD scenarios. Keep in mind too that the chipsets that support BD are in it's infant stages. I don't know why we are getting so much negative speak on these forums about BD? IMO, for it to be on par with the 2600k and 2500k only means great things coming in the future from AMD.

I can't think of any other examples at the moment as I am just waking up but, from the time the AMD 6970 was released with the first set of drivers until now, the 6970 has seen a 20-40%improvement in performance just simply based on DRIVERS. My point: with 990x it meets 2600k & 2500k and beats it in a good many cases. With the implementation of newer chipsets, I think we will have a sure shot crown in the high end desktop CPU space; FX-8150!
You're comparing video card drivers to CPU chipsets?
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@Skripka: That's one of those posts where you just have to laugh and move on. (Speaking of infant stages)
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