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Wow we even have a biased mod here to derail the thread. This just keeps getting better.
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Because you're talking about power consumption... and the average user does not care about power consumption.
What you just said is the basis of this thread. The benchmarks show power usage based on full load. The thread is about normal usage power usage.
Read the OP and figure out what you are all doing wrong. Hint: this conversation of BD vs SB has nothing to do with the OP. He never spoke of comparing CPUs but rather the misconceptions of how much power a BD uses during normal usage instead of full load.

I fail to see how that makes him biased. More like Off-Topic.

I think the OP should do a few more tests to make sure that running Uniengine 2.5 represents 'normal' usage. Like possibly test while playing a few different games.
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Hi All,

I read through 6 pages of this and, if any posted this on the remaining umtenn pages sorry. The powe consumption is for two things. First what size PSU do you need to run the system your building. Kind of hard to choose the right PSU if you don't know how much power your componrnts use. Secondly in hte case of server farms where there may be hundreds, if not thousands of servers running the perfformance per watt becomes a HUGE issue. What good is it to build a server for $500 less than brand B if you are going to burn that up in hte first 6 months of service. So the issue of how much does your light bill go up really isn;t an issue at all. It is equivalent of the difference between a 200 watt light and a 250 watt light. 50 watts *1 not so much a difference. 50 watts *250=12500 BIG difference. So again it goes back to intended use.
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The problem is the cost of the CPU vs ratio performance doesn't make any senses. It is simply an expensive CPU with an inferior performances. In other to reach similar performance as Core i7 2600k or i5 2500k the BD is already reaching double wattage and heat is already hitting over 62'C might have killed the CPU overtime. Yes 62'c is less hot as Intel at 70-80'C but  AMD CPU cannot withstand the temp over 70'C to be honest it will just die. The problem is not the amount of heat that will turn your room into a sauna. Is the CPU temp limits.

 

How could this FX CPU be so awesome?

 
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Because you're talking about power consumption... and the average user does not care about power consumption. If you want to talk about CPU power consumption, you must bring in full-load or 24/7/365 scenarios.
A video of a single person's usage of a system is by definition... subjective.

I wouldn't say it's subjective, but just not necessarily 100% representative of all situations. I think their test is actually very objective, but representative of only one situation (though that situation is one that I would think that a lot of people on this forum fit into). I don't know what is so odd about a BD system pulling ~350w at the wall, even OC'd.

However...We really don't have any idea what graphics card(s) (and subsequent screen resolution) was being used. At sub-1080p resolutions, you don't need much GPU horsepower to push most monitors.

Secondly, I think the point that the OP may not be making explicitly clear, or that most people aren't receptive to because he's also trying to sell his rig (a different story altogether) is that while a BD system (especially a heavily OC'd one) can pull as much power as reviews have shown, the typical (and even the mild enthusiast) user probably wouldn't notice a lick of difference between systems--which really shouldn't be that surprising. This was a standard graphical benchmark, and I'm sure that the CPU wasn't being stressed 100% on all 8 cores. I know that my CPU isn't hitting 100% usage on all 4 cores when I play a game, but then again I'm on 1280x1024--and honestly, I can't tell from the posted video whether the monitor resolution is 1080p or 1366x768. Sure, people running extreme, multi-GPU setups and super-1080p resolutions would probably see near-100% CPU usage if they're not seeing performance limitation by their GPU's, but that's definitely not the norm, and I think people are missing the point of the OP's reason for starting this thread, however misguided his statements might seem at times.

I think the important thing that this thread is unsuccessfully trying to convey is the general lack of perspective so many people have when reading anything about BD and related performance discussions. All of a sudden it becomes impossible that the BD CPU can yield performance that a majority of computer users would want, and all of a sudden it becomes impossible for a system running BD to not draw 500w from the wall all the time.
    
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Back to the topic for anyone who wants to know.

My sig rig:
At idle, pulls 150-170 watts from the wall.
At full load, pulls 550-600 watts from the wall.
That is with all components listed below. I have compared to my power bill from my previous chip the Phenom II x4 965 and it is on average an extra $4 a month. I know that this depends on how much you use your computer so I will tell you how much I use mine so you can compare. I use my system at 4.6Ghz - 1.4v for about 4-5hrs a day and then at 4.9Ghz for gaming about 3-4hrs per week. I hope this helps give you an idea of what power consumption is of my system so you can compare it to whatever you may have in mind.

As for the temps. I have a cold air intake attached to my H80 radiator and keeps cpu temps at 15C at idle and 45C at full load. This varies depending on outside temps here in North Carolina but it is winter right now and out side temps are around 0C-10C. Colder at night.

I have screen shot of this that I will post when I am in front of my system. I am at work right now and wont get off till 8:30pm ET. So if you are interested keep an eye out for it. If this thread is closed then look at BD owners forum. I will post in there.

Hope I could help some of you that are actually concerned with these matters.
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Just so you guys dont think that I am just some extreme AMD fan:

SB is better than BD overall. This is a fact at the moment and has been proven. Depending on what you are using your computer for SB is probably the better way to go. I recommend the SB chip. Very nice chip. BD is also a very nice chip too. If you like to do a lot of multitasking or video editing/converting like I do then I recommend BD. SB is also very good at this too. Both chips are very nice and will perform great but overall SB is the better chip in my opinion.

For those of you looking to buy a new chip, do the research. Go talk to the owners of both chips and ask them about it and their experience with it. I recommend not listening to people that have something to say about a chip which they have no experience with. Make the decision for yourself. Dont let someone else make the decision for you. Do the research, find out which one would work best for you and then get it. If you dont like it get a different one. I strongly recommend not letting someone point you away from a chip that they have no experience with. Get what you want to get and what works best for. If you are happy with the chip you purchase than that is the chip for you. If you are not happy with it then try another one until you are. This is what I recommend if you are considering buying a new chip.

I have experience with both BD and i5 and Phenom II and Athlon II and i7 and Core 2 duo and SB and many others. I you would like to ask questions about these chips or my experience with these chips just shoot me a message. Out the ones listed I prefer the i7 2600K with the hyper threading personally. Very very nice chip. It can handle basically anything you offer it.

Hope I could help. If you have any questions please feel free to ask.
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However...We really don't have any idea what graphics card(s) (and subsequent screen resolution) was being used. At sub-1080p resolutions, you don't need much GPU horsepower to push most monitors.
Secondly, I think the point that the OP may not be making explicitly clear, or that most people aren't receptive to because he's also trying to sell his rig (a different story altogether) is that while a BD system (especially a heavily OC'd one) can pull as much power as reviews have shown, the typical (and even the mild enthusiast) user probably wouldn't notice a lick of difference between systems--which really shouldn't be that surprising. This was a standard graphical benchmark, and I'm sure that the CPU wasn't being stressed 100% on all 8 cores. I know that my CPU isn't hitting 100% usage on all 4 cores when I play a game, but then again I'm on 1280x1024--and honestly, I can't tell from the posted video whether the monitor resolution is 1080p or 1366x768. Sure, people running extreme, multi-GPU setups and super-1080p resolutions would probably see near-100% CPU usage if they're not seeing performance limitation by their GPU's, but that's definitely not the norm, and I think people are missing the point of the OP's reason for starting this thread, however misguided his statements might seem at times.
I think the important thing that this thread is unsuccessfully trying to convey is the general lack of perspective so many people have when reading anything about BD and related performance discussions. All of a sudden it becomes impossible that the BD CPU can yield performance that a majority of computer users would want, and all of a sudden it becomes impossible for a system running BD to not draw 500w from the wall all the time.

Those are two different people. You can make out the OP's videocard in the video, it's a GTX560TI and he's running Uniengine at what I think are default settings for 1920x1080 (4x Anisotropy, normal tessellation, AA off) which I think is probably typical gaming settings for most people. I'm just not sure that benchmark is representative of normal gaming, mostly because it's a static benchmark.
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GET IT OUR OF YOUR HEADS, THE OP IS NAMED COMPUTERPARTS, HE IS NOT TRYING TO SELL HIS RIG ANYWHERE, THAT IS ANOTHER MEMBER And really it is totally the OTHER members business as well. So sick of reading this EVEN FROM A MODERATOR!!!!!!!! It is just crazy how people can throw this other guys business around so easily like his selling of his computer has anything to do whith any of this crap.

No big deal man. Let them say what they feel if they feel they must. They say that it is messed up to rip people off and it is. But I guess what they dont understand is thats how the world works. Intel does a lot of ripping off especially with SB-E. They do it because they can. Most people will if they can. You think people that work at McDonalds that bust their azz aren't getting ripped of be payed only minimum wage. Yes they are. Basically everyone gets ripped off except for the big multimillion dollar industries and they even get ripped off occasionally.

It would be nice to think that no one gets ripped off and that everything is fair but the fact is is that it isnt. Kill or be killed. Thats just the way it is.

its no big deal. They are obligated to have their own opinion. Why it is so hard to be civilized and use OCN for useful information and constructive criticism and helping people out when they need it.

I apologize for any negative comments I posted earlier. I was just having a bad day. i am not usually that kind of person and like to try to help people out the best I can. If I said something disrespectful to you or you indirectly, again I apologize. You guys can think and feel whatever you want and it is not my right to stop you.

The reason I come to OCN is to get answers and to help give answers. I know that I have quesions just like the next person. I feel that we should make the most out of this site and help people. If you feel otherwise, that is fine.

Again I apologize for any negative comments posted by me earlier. It is not because you guys were down talking BD or anything like that. Me and my sister got into a big argument and thats what set me off. I love my little sister and I hate to argue with her cause she is a big part of what is left of my family. Again, I apologize for me being rude and disrespectful.
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The point here, much of BD lovers, miss is that, 8 core BD should get around 7.4 with default clocks on Cinebench. Why would you pay like 100$ more for a chip that's the same performance(cinebench) or only %10 better (some encoding) than previous gen ?

BD is not a great chip. As we understand from what's happening over AMD company, it was never intented to be a great chip. Maybe Piledriver, maybe Trinity. If you like living on Maybes, go for it. However do not claim this chip is great.

Look at the Efficiency Run. Thuban was released vs not even Bloomfield but Lynnfield. Look at the chart, is Thuban really that far off from them ? What was the price difference between i7 975 vs 1100t ? Now look at BD. Was it aimed for Bloomfield too ? Peh.

it's not a an eight core.
and it's not a quad core

it's a quad core with 4 half cores.

by compassion with Phenom II which has a 1 FPU and 1 integer per thread and bulldozer has 2 integer a 1 fpus for two threads it's half of a phenom II core added.

it's single thread sucks because it's Asynchronous with the L1 data caches (or cores). you get half of the performance for tiny half each core.
    
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Problem is that the rig is used. Not new at the price of $2k. Anything that is opened and build and tested and overclocked are considered used products.

 

$2k can get you a better system and cheaper as well. This is the 3rd hand product pricing at $2k ... seriously are you kidding?

 
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