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im not getting intel so which is better? im thinking 1100t
As everyone else has said. If you're a gamer and thats you do the most. Then go fo the 8150. If you actually do use some heavily threaded applications, then as they said, the 8-core.
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1100T , and wait for the revised or whatever BD's are coming out and then decide after the reviews and benchmarks.
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I'm just gonna copy over what I posted in a I similar thread.

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The way I see it, if Bulldozer is designed for the future and I won't see any benefits until the future brings us systems capable of taking advantage of it, I see no reason not to get a Thuban now and wait on Bulldozer. I guarantee you that the prices will be a lot better by the time software catches up. You aren't missing anything enough to justify paying the introductory prices.
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Well it does, but the 8150 is clock at 4.6ghz and the 990x is at stock. If you oc the 990x then the 990x will win.
source?
From all the benchmarks and reviews I've seen it turns out to be as quick as a 2500k, maybe slightly faster and thats at professional multi-thread apps that utilize all threads, not games.

It's considerably behind the 2600k on average and MILES away from the 990x.
I doubt 4,6 GHz would be enough to face a 990x and as you pointed out, its also possible to OC the 990x so thats not a fair comparison anyway.

EDIT: Oh and please stop the "it's made for the future" garbage.. it's not like heavily threaded and optimized software is going to change anything.
We already have a few professional applications that make use of all 8 bulldozer cores (which is a good indication of the "future" as you call it) and YET it still isn't considerably faster than a 1100T or 2500k.
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the 8150 can match the 2600k on some heavily multithreded softwares (like, handbrake for video encoding), but a 2700k already beat it (just to see how close it is, 100MHz are enough, and it is still 100MHz less than the FX), but even at something like cinebench which uses as much cores as possible the 2600k is much faster, and on gaming and most other softwares the 2600k destroys it, actually the 2500k will do the same,
the 990x is much faster than the FX at anything,


as for a AMD gaming CPU, I can recommend the 955 and the 960t, both great chips to overclock and as good as the 1100t at the same clock in most games, also the 960t can be unlocked to 6 cores in some cases,

1100t and the FX are just to expensive, go for a sandy bridge at this price point for gaming,
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