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He said the cooler wasn't hot. "The heatsink is not hot to the touch, I checked for that."
If that chip was actually running 100c+ the cooler would be pretty hot. Either the temp sensor is faulty, temp programs can't read it correctly or the cooler is making really bad contact with the CPU.

Yea, I am 90% skeptical about his readings as well. There is no way you could push 104C on a CPU and the heatsink being cool to the human touch. That is enough to give you a severe burn on your hand by touching it for a split second. Mean while hes doing all these CPU intensive tasks without any lockups or underclocks. Intel's chips are designed to underclock itself after reaching a certain temperature threshold. I would definitively say its faulty sensor or something of that type as he is exactly on the money of what the chip is rated for before it melts down.
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The FX 8350 will have 8Mb L3 Cache, Clocked at 4.2Ghz, Turbo Boost up to 4.7Ghz, 1866Mhz DDR3 Memory support, a TDP of 140W.

Where have you pulled out of the 140W TDP do not write nonsense,rolleyessmileyanim.gif because in reality that high TDP you will never see again on some new Desktop processor in the future.biggrin.gif
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the 8120 is cheaper than the 2500k and with a windows update, it is faster too thumb.gif

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that's... disappointing.

Engineering sample. Nuff' said
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Where have you pulled out of the 140W TDP do not write nonsense,rolleyessmileyanim.gif because in reality that high TDP you will never see again on some new Desktop processor in the future.biggrin.gif

You don't know that. I wouldnt be surprised if AMD did have an extreme 140w variant. And 4.2ghz Piledriver will be 125w. Gauranteed. 140w would be 4.4 / 4.5 / 4.6 base clocks.

Products = Reviews(anandtech, etc...) 140w PD will look mighty fine on the performance front in benchmarks vs old FX and competeting Intel solutions. Especially when turbo kicks in. If thats how they ship it, thats how it's tested.
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Could AMD ever be manufacturing chips with 3D transistors later on in the game? If that was combined with RCM, I'm thinking that could be pretty beast for a new chip..
    
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Of Llano? Why?
There's a nice 2082x2265 shot of it on AnandTech: http://images.anandtech.com/reviews/cpu/amd/llano/review/desktop/49142A_LlanoDie_StraightBlack.jpg
I still stand by my statement.
It looks like it was touched up and blurred with added blotches here and there.
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I'm not sure decreasing cache latency is something that's obvious to actually fix...

I think a lot of it has to do with the crappy node they're on, actually. And keep in mind they'll have had longer than we think to fix up PD, I have a feeling they had a separate team on it well before BD launched. Likely when they delayed it from June.

Even if PD isn't a 15% IPC increase, what if the node has improved enough to let it clock up to 6Ghz? It'd compete fairly well with SB at the very least there. The entire point of a uarch like BD/Netburst is to clock it higher than the competing chips.
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Maybe we won't get higher IPC. But if we get higher clock speeds and higher clock speed capabilities at lower power envelope, it works just the same. Instructions per second. If Pentium 4 didn't consume exorbitant amounts of power consumption and heat at the higher ~3.8Ghz clock speed levels and could manage that clock speed with the same power envelope as the competitor at the same price offering the same performance, it would have been the most successful CPU, ever. People keep mentioning IPC; that is not the whole point of the argument.

If AMD released Piledriver and it required 6Ghz to match the performance provided at 4Ghz on an Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge processor, but did so at lower power consumption and would be able to overclock to frequencies at which it could provide performance equivalent to or higher than Intel's processor at the same or lower power envelope, they would surely have the win here, or are you going to continue using the IPC argument?

IPC

is

dead.

I don't think that Prescott is the direction AMD is going here. New technologies like resonant clock mesh (pretty much AMD's equal to Intel's 3D transistors) can and will allow for further clock speed improvements and if not further IPC, we will get further IPS at the same or lower power envelope and this is totally acceptable too. I'm sure AMD knows what BD's problems are/were; I believe they also have the capacity to pinpoint them and fix them.

I wouldn't say IPC is dead, but it's not the only thing you look at. If SB didn't clock so high, AMD would be in a much better position.

Lets say 4.5Ghz was the absolute max you'd ever get on a 2600k/2500k on air? A 5Ghz BD looks a bit more attractive.
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IPC is far from dead because Intel has been able to keep up clockspeed wise and has a SIGNIFICANT IPC advantage. In the years to come when CPU's are into 7+ ghz daily, only then will IPC start to not mean as much. As long as Intel keeps clocking as high or higher daily than AMD, IPC is a big factor. The biggest, actually.
Everything else, i agree with you though xD. Especially your last paragraph. I also believe AMD know's every little problem with BD and will fix what they can.

God knows what Intel did with their 32nm process, but it's an extremely good process. If it only let chips clock up as far as 45nm? AMD would probably be in a mcuh better position now. To be fair though, Bulldozer as an architecture has more long term clock scalability than P6.
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Nehalem is old business.
Sandy Bridge isn't the same architecture.

It is, actually. Apart from the Atom and any Netburst chips, all of Intels architectures since the Pentium Pro are part of the P6 architecture, just dramatically tweaked and improved.
Think low how a Athlon64 was a tweaked Athlon XP.

Even your link says it: "Sandy Bridge’s CPU architecture is evolutionary from a high level viewpoint but far more revolutionary in terms of the number of transistors that have been changed since Nehalem/Westmere."
Intel tweaked and evolved Nehalem and got Sandy Bridge out of it, they'll shrink Sandy Bridge and tweak it to fit in the new node and fix a few bugs, etc to get Ivy Bridge. Then they'll tweak Ivy Bridge to get Haswell, see where I'm going?

And Bulldozer, like all entirely new x86 CPUs, starts off bad. SB is based off the Pentium Pro, like I said before..It sold like crap. it's tweaked version (The Pentium 2) sold much better, same story with the K5 vs K6, 386 vs 486, 286 vs 386, P4 vs P3, etc.
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About the whole IPC thing, I think what is the real thing is IPW, that is, Instructions Per Watt.
The current thinking ever since Prescott is to assume that IPC = IPW, but if it's somehow possible to get, say 6GHz with a 95w TDP that "only" has the current IPC Bulldozer has, then that would be quite the paradigm shift.

Indeed.
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Unfortunately, Ivy Bridge has apparently been running extremely hot compared to Sandy Bridge... so the overclocking potential might not be there.

Not to mention, it might not have as much voltage tolerance as SB does. Even if you're able to get it to 30c load, if you can't run your chip above a certain voltage without the chip degrading fast...yeah.

Keep in mind, that's an ES though. It may be better at retail. BD was a bit better when you looked at retail chips.
    
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Agree but if probably BDz is an all new and really tweakable architecture, Why would they stop developing it after 32nm ? or maybe 28nm...
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Agree but if probably BDz is an all new and really tweakable architecture, Why would they stop developing it after 32nm ? or maybe 28nm...

Excavator will probably be 20nm
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