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i would also say that ram timming,nb/ht and amount of ram (gigs) should be the same.
    
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Exactly my point. He must have either gotten a golden chip or was using some sort of extreme cooling.

I'd kinda bet a little money on He was using a Phase-change unit..just a little .. ph34r-smiley.gif

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It's nice and all that he has a phase change unit and that he got his 1075t to 4.8GHz and all but that's not really a valid point in this argument. Sure, Bulldozer is 10-15% worse on single threaded applications at the same clocks. Keep in mind that Bulldozer also has 33% more cores comparing the top Bulldozer to the top Phenom. It also has some newer instruction sets that speed up some things very significantly if used. Basically, it may be slower on single threads, but it'll be a lot faster on highly multi-threaded work and on programs using the new instruction sets in Bulldozer.
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There is much talking about hardware, and nothing about software. To exploit resources of hardware, u need appropriate software. Large number of these benchmarks here and bechmarks around net, are very old. FX CPU is much better then Phenom in benchmarks wich use newer instruction and r better coded for multithreading ( witch is future of proccecors ). Before people start trash talknig, it would be wise to examine things a little bit more in details. Also, many of those programs are written for INTEL cpu-s, and that is well known fact.
Edited by itomic - 5/8/12 at 3:02pm
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I have followed Bulldozer's release since October 12th and since January I have been the proud owner of an 8120. It really irritates me how these cocky people get on these discussions and really stomp on all bulldozer owners faces and for what?? They act like it is totally incompetent hardware and ridiculously priced and tell us we are idiots for making the purchase. It is by far the fastest cpu I have ever owned or even used for that matter and does everything I want it to do. Also my power bill surprisingly has NOT increased! OTOH.....

I wanna say thank you for creating this thread guys! It has been very informative and entertaining to read through. My fx 8120 is a work horse in my house. It is a quad core on the main machine and 2 separate dual cores via virtual machine over remote desktop on my home network. As we speak, I have Arkham Asylum minimized and my kids are streaming a netflix movie in their room and my wife is in the bedroom doing laundry while streaming one of her shows. Moral of the story is 1 cpu, 3 computers. Now thats bad azz!
    
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That's because you ran those at 4.0 when your system was unstable. I can't mix and match results. In your case I need your highest stable speed below 4.0 and all the results at the same speed.

Ahh ok, I thought the idea for round one was to get a comparison of different AMD chips at the same speed, while round 2 was max stable overclock. My mistake.
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Note to everyone

There will be plenty of time to argue the merits of each of the processors and results after we're done. I'd like to keep the thread clear of that at this point so we can focus on testing. After I move the final results for the whole shebang to a new thread and ask the moderators to sticky and lock that as a reference thread only, we can debate to our hearts content. wink.gif

Does anyone know of an easily downloadable benchmark that tests a processors video, video conversion etc. capabilities?
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I have followed Bulldozer's release since October 12th and since January I have been the proud owner of an 8120. It really irritates me how these cocky people get on these discussions and really stomp on all bulldozer owners faces and for what?? They act like it is totally incompetent hardware and ridiculously priced and tell us we are idiots for making the purchase. It is by far the fastest cpu I have ever owned or even used for that matter and does everything I want it to do. Also my power bill surprisingly has NOT increased! OTOH.....
I wanna say thank you for creating this thread guys! It has been very informative and entertaining to read through. My fx 8120 is a work horse in my house. It is a quad core on the main machine and 2 separate dual cores via virtual machine over remote desktop on my home network. As we speak, I have Arkham Asylum minimized and my kids are streaming a netflix movie in their room and my wife is in the bedroom doing laundry while streaming one of her shows. Moral of the story is 1 cpu, 3 computers. Now thats bad azz!


What are the kids and wife using for equipment to remote desktop in? Interested in this as I have a bunch of htpc's and a server, looking to virtualize and reduce the footprint.

Thanks
Edited by capt_zman - 5/8/12 at 7:11pm
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Note to everyone

Results are updated for today. I corrected a few errors and added a note stating that for a result to be considered a win it must be at least 1% greater than the next lowest score. I think it would be rediculous to consider a result a "win" instead of a "tie" when it is only 0.6% or 0.9% higher. If I've missed any errors in the results please bring them to my attention (for example forgetting to convert a GB score to MB to match the format of the rest of the scores).

Also after a great deal of thought (hamsters worked overtime) I'm adding a final benchmark to the mix. The x264 HD Benchmark which can be found at http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=520. This is something that a lot of users do (video encoding) so I think it should be reflected in the benchmarks we're running (I would add gaming but I doubt we'd be able to find 3 of the systems tested so far running the same video card let alone all of them).
Edited by Bubba Hotepp - 5/9/12 at 2:07am
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Also after a great deal of thought (hamsters worked overtime) I'm adding a final benchmark to the mix. The x264 HD Benchmark which can be found at http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=520. .

that uses an outdated/old x264 engine. use this one instead (sse4/avx enabled.
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