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it is a great improvement...it's something...there will be more to come..I'm very happy to see changes like this in such a short time
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Okay..
Now if only we can get someone with a 6990 on an Intel setup with a moderately high overclock to compare notes and GPU usage with.

That would be nice, but I hope it doesnt happen in this thread... it would became the oh-so-well-known-****-throwing-party we've all seen before.

This thread is going so well =D
    
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Already addressed in the text that you quoted. wink.gif

doh.gif Selective reading FTL!
    
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It's the way Windows 7 treats cores, but it doesn't mean that BD is a quad core.
It's a quad module with two cores per module that share resources.
Hyper-threading works differently.

That's depends. I personally see this as an attempt of Intel HT without having higher production cost.
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Why am I not surprised the intel people seem to be soooo interested in this topic? rolleyes.gif
Thanks for the work you have put into this OP
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Hope to see some multi-GPU benches with SLI. Contemplating a second GTX 460 and a FX-6100 or a 1090t, leaning 1090t.
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Been doing some of my own testing.
Some bench marks are picking it up as 4core 8thread where others still see it as 8core 8thread.

Proformance test 7 still sees it as 8 core 8 thread and has gotten worse results with patch.
Integer and floating point are 0.3% worse where string sorting has seen a 5% increase and phyics a 1.8% increase.
Ram test saw a 2.1% increase but a 0.2% decrease in write speed.

Prime has seen a 0.133 improvement so now im into the 8s instead of low 9s.
Battle field 3 see it as 8 core still and has no change.
CS:S saw a 10fps increase like if I run with 1 compute unit per core disabled in the bios.

Saints row 3 runs a lot more smoothly as well as Garys Mod when you have a lot going on.
Cine bench I got a 0.07 increase in in multi core and 0.02 increase in single core.
Serious sam 3 doesnt have slow downs in certain parts any more.
Going to be doing more testing with BF3 latter on to see if it still slows down when getting knifed.

Intel Burn in test Im now getting 51Gflop instead of 48.

Been able to overclock some more as well another 90mhz on the same voltage where I only had 20mhz safety overhead before hand.
Edited by bmgjet - 12/15/11 at 2:18pm
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Been doing some of my own testing.
Some bench marks are picking it up as 4core 8thread where others still see it as 8core 8thread.
Proformance test 7 still sees it as 8 core 8 thread and has gotten worse results with patch.
Integer and floating point are 0.3% worse where string sorting has seen a 5% increase and phyics a 1.8% increase.
Ram test saw a 2.1% increase but a 0.2% decrease in write speed.
Prime has seen a 0.133 improvement so now im into the 8s instead of low 9s.
Battle field 3 see it as 8 core still and has no change.
CS:S saw a 10fps increase like if I run with 1 compute unit per core disabled in the bios.
Saints row 3 runs a lot more smoothly as well as Garys Mod when you have a lot going on.
Cine bench I got a 0.07 increase in in multi core and 0.02 increase in single core.
Serious sam 3 doesnt have slow downs in certain parts any more.
Going to be doing more testing with BF3 latter on to see if it still slows down when getting knifed.
Intel Burn in test Im now getting 51Gflop instead of 48.
Been able to overclock some more as well another 90mhz on the same voltage where I only had 20mhz safety overhead before hand.

your gains seem consistent with mine.
that's good, looks like the results in the 1st page are indeed real, and not some random luck draws =D
    
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I wasn't expecting miraculous gains because I knew what this patch was meant to do. Seems to be doing it's job, no longer thread crapping across all cores.

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