Originally Posted by guyladouche
It could be--whether the speed gains are entirely due to clock-for-clock differences, that's unlikely.
Personally, I couldn't care less if a new revision is faster than a previous revision because of improvements in clock-for-clock performance, or because they can achieve higher stock and turbo clocks. Faster is faster and that's not a bad thing for anyone--except the Slowskies.
Originally Posted by phillyd
way to not read the article...
If you know anything about trinity, you know that it is piledriver based and the leaks so far show that it is between 13~29% faster at FX-4100 level clocks.
Clock for clock, probably still slower than llano. Its true, but not that important since all that matters is Perf/Watt+Price
Read the ITProportal article and the cited Tomshardware article, youll see that Toms hardware never mention clock for clock, its just something ITproportal made up, hence the Edited by Alchemist07 - 3/20/12 at 6:30am