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Originally Posted by Seronx View Post

If the game is CPU dependent but isn't multithreaded the FX-4170 beats all processors in the AMD tree and only in rare occurances does any Intel CPU beat it
FX-8150 turn off two modules the turbocore is the stock clock for FX-4170
Games don't utilize threads, in fact even up to this day none do. Games run off of logical cores (an entire devoted thread) because anything such as hyperthreading would tax game performance big time. And before anybody replies with "zomg BF3 uses hyperthreading" it does not. BF3 is written to utilize every core that the OS recognizes. And Windows recognizes HT as logical cores (4 cores is seen as 8 cores). So BF3 will attempt to utilize all of them "cores" when half of them aren't real (this is where the BF3 HT bug comes into effect).
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Originally Posted by disturbed117 View Post

Tbh, i wish we would move away from light threaded games.
lazy devs. rolleyes.gif
Once again games do not utilize threads, they utilize cores.
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cinebench-11-5-results.jpg
Stock 980 (3.7ghz) with 1600mhz ram and stock NB.
cinebench-overclock.jpg
~4.65ghz 4100 /w 1866 ram
.....

http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/desktop-cpu-charts-2010/Cinebench-11.5-Multi-threaded,2407.html

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3.82

I already said I was wrong by about 350MHz; what's the purpose of bickering over .04 points and whatever tiny difference 1866MHz RAM makes (can't even get that stable on deneb fwiw)
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Guy who wrote the article needs to learn that you put a space in between a numerical value and the unit.

4.2 Ghz, not 4.2Ghz

32 nm, not 32nm

Ohnoez whatever will we do
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Nice clock speed but the FX 4000 series is trash, even slower than AMD's top end Phenom II which is a joke.
    
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You are comparing i5 2500 to FX-4170 ? Are you serious ?
i5 750 at stock speeds beats it in most cases
http://www.legionhardware.com/articles_pages/amd_fx_8150fx_8120fx_6100_and_fx_4170,6.html

so the whole time people complain about bulldozer having bad single thread, and now that amd released a 4000 series with a higher clockspeed(better single thread performance) people start complaining
most of these benchmarks happen to be heavily multi-threaded, especialy the games tested, try testing something single threaded and see how the 4170 surpasses or matches amds 8150(which would need to be running with turbo mode to match 4170)

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cinebench-11-5-results.jpg
Stock 980 (3.7ghz) with 1600mhz ram and stock NB.
cinebench-overclock.jpg
~4.65ghz 4100 /w 1866 ram
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and there you go looking at the multi-thread benchmark
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Well, it's a fast way into the 4 Ghz club..

5Ghz club now thumb.gif
 
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Guy who wrote the article needs to learn that you put a space in between a numerical value and the unit.
4.2 Ghz, not 4.2Ghz
32 nm, not 32nm
It's not a law or anything and 32nm is quicker to read.
Quote:
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Nice clock speed but the FX 4000 series is trash, even slower than AMD's top end Phenom II which is a joke.
It's not trash at all, it's a fully functioning CPU.
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Look at that, this thread is going in the EXACT same direction as the last one...
    
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