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Now please compare the single threaded benchmarks and the game benchmarks and than you will see(and you must note that this is 4 dedicated cores against 8 dedicated cores) i know what my choice would be biggrin.gif(no offence).
I work @ a hardware company and have multiple of these chips in my hand everyday. and must conclude that the fx 8150 isn't even comparable with an 2600K unfortuantly don't get me wrong i aint a fan boy or what ever(i buy what fits my needs)
,BUT unfortunatley CPU wise AMD is to far behind.
(on""their'' high end segment)

If you re-read my post I chose to get a 2600k over an 8150, am more likely to defend 2600k if I do any so don't worry about offense. rolleyes.gif

Whether you like it or not though, I couldn't tell the difference in real world usage, I know some people love to benchmark and get points but that's not for me. So from what I can see AMD is not "far behind", because I couldn't tell the slightest difference with my own eyes. (Photoshop, Painter, Sai, Manga Studio, RETAS HD, ToonBoom, Flash, Plastic) didn't get to try out After Effects though, but that is a mixture of single and multi threaded apps which failed to conclude my decision because of no difference, what made my decision was power consumption and IGPU.

Granted I didn't try games, I got a PS3 for that, but for a work rig I would of been happy with either CPU. tongue.gif
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Because without ln2 the ivy is slower then a good sb chip.
When my 3570k gets here i dought it will go 5.440 like my 2600k can do in 3d all day long on air(no ht),i'd need 5.0+ in 3d to match the 3d benches from my 2600k on air.
dont get caught in the hype,that is unless your going to try 3d dx9 benches on sub zero cooling.

proof.gif let's see some proof of that 5.44Ghz 2600K sandy that can run all day long! Seems like since IVY came out, everyone's Sandy chip has by miracle gotten 300mhz faster!
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post #43 of 45
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Bulldozer showed more improvement over Thuban than Ivy did over Sandy.

In a few ways yes, in other ways, not so much.

Also, Thuban's basic architecture was about five years old when BD was released. Ivy is a minor tweak to Sandy (which is less than half that age).
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Because without ln2 the ivy is slower then a good sb chip.

Not for most people.
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My statement still appears to stand.
In the real world, an oc'ed SB will perform as well or better than an oc'ed IB with less heat & less noise.

Flatly wrong.

Sandy produces more heat than Ivy at equivalent performance levels, usually much more.

You are confusing temperature with heat, which is as big an error as confusing a high BTU furnace with a high temperature pen torch when trying to heat a building.
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proof.gif let's see some proof of that 5.44Ghz 2600K sandy that can run all day long! Seems like since IVY came out, everyone's Sandy chip has by miracle gotten 300mhz faster!

I've owned two Sandys (a 2600k and a 2700k) and seen another half-dozen first hand.

Of these eight chips, one could reach 5GHz with stability.

Most top out at 4.5-4.8GHz, for 24/7 use.
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In a few ways yes, in other ways, not so much.
Also, Thuban's basic architecture was about five years old when BD was released. Ivy is a minor tweak to Sandy (which is less than half that age).
Not for most people.
Flatly wrong.
Sandy produces more heat than Ivy at equivalent performance levels, usually much more.
You are confusing temperature with heat, which is as big an error as confusing a high BTU furnace with a high temperature pen torch when trying to heat a building.
I've owned two Sandys (a 2600k and a 2700k) and seen another half-dozen first hand.
Of these eight chips, one could reach 5GHz with stability.
Most top out at 4.5-4.8GHz, for 24/7 use.

It doesn't matter if an SB chip produces enough heat to run a hot water heater. The higher temperatures reported by IB will spin the fans faster & make more noise. That is the only issue for me as my 50" plasma tv produces many times more heat than my pc. As for clock speed, I run my chip at 4.6. It will go 5.122 and maintain good (not great) stability. It appears that 4.6-4.7 on IB is pretty much golden. What I don't know is how fast a 2500K needs to run to equal a 3570K.
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It doesn't matter if an SB chip produces enough heat to run a hot water heater. The higher temperatures reported by IB will spin the fans faster & make more noise. That is the only issue for me as my 50" plasma tv produces many times more heat than my pc. As for clock speed, I run my chip at 4.6. It will go 5.122 and maintain good (not great) stability. It appears that 4.6-4.7 on IB is pretty much golden. What I don't know is how fast a 2500K needs to run to equal a 3570K.

Have not seen a lot of 3570K to 2500K comparisons but there are a ton of 2600/2700k to 3770k Benchmarks. The difference is around 300Mhz. 4.6ghz does not look like its golden more like 4.8 Ghz. Anyway, 2nd generation "Core I" products will soon be end of life as stocks go down. Only Sandy E will be left with the best processors of all 3930K and 3960X.
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