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I would be amazed if PD has greater energy efficiency than BD, and arch revision brings it to first gen i7 standards. That alone might make me switch to AMD (mainly because it's about darn time people started giving intel some heat).

Yes Piledriver Core delivers significant greater energy efficiency thanks to Resident Clock Mash technology. AMD first wanted to incorporate this technology into the Bulldozer Core, but failed for several reasons primarily lack of money etc coolsmiley.png

http://www.cyclos-semi.com/technology/

http://www.techpowerup.com/160927/Cyclos-Semiconductor-Announces-First-Commercial-Implementation-of-Resonant-Clock-Mesh.html
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Yes Piledriver Core delivers significant greater energy efficiency thanks to Resident Clock Mash technology. AMD first wanted to incorporate this technology into the Bulldozer Core, but failed for several reasons primarily lack of money etc coolsmiley.png
http://www.cyclos-semi.com/technology/
http://www.techpowerup.com/160927/Cyclos-Semiconductor-Announces-First-Commercial-Implementation-of-Resonant-Clock-Mesh.html

Gonna be interesting to see how well Piledriver (Not trinity) performs, do we have any indications of when that will launch? (Desktop or server)
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Gonna be interesting to see how well Piledriver (Not trinity) performs, do we have any indications of when that will launch? (Desktop or server)

Q3, apparently, but no specific date.
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First gen i7? Maybe you meant 3rd gen? confused.gif
no hes talking about clock for clock performance for each core 8 cores with frist gen i7 power behind them would be great
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no hes talking about clock for clock performance for each core 8 cores with frist gen i7 power behind them would be great

Is that really what people are expecting from Piledriver? IIRC Nehalem was 30% faster clock-for clock vs Phenom IIs whereas Bulldozer was even slower.
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Long as the cpu bottleneck doesn't drop me below 60fps across a broad range of titles at 1900x1080, I could care less how the cpu performs.
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Is that really what people are expecting from Piledriver? IIRC Nehalem was 30% faster clock-for clock vs Phenom IIs whereas Bulldozer was even slower.

the biggest problem is that AMD made the decoder front end to narrow and they had high latency cache due to new process teething issue. I would not be surprised to see them beat ph2 ipc if they fix these problems.

Most of the reason for the bulldozer modular core design from my looking in from the outside, it that they want to replace the fpu with the gpu cores. This uarch lets them slowly work towards this goal
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Sandy Bridge IPC? I highly doubt it. We'll see though.

But the comparison in single threaded Cinemark between BD and Nehalem isn't that far off. I chose to compare the i7 940 because at launch, it was closest in retail price to the FX-8150.

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3rd gen would be Ivy Bridge.

3rd gen Core i is SB on socket 1155 or am I missing something? Socket 1366, 1156, 1155. I own a rig based on each one. Granted, Ivy is also on socket 1155 but SB came first.
Edited by computerparts - 5/6/12 at 12:55pm
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But the comparison in single threaded Cinemark between BD and Nehalem isn't that far off. I chose to compare the i7 940 because at launch, it was closest in retail price to the FX-8150.
3rd gen Core i is SB on socket 1155 or am I missing something? Socket 1366, 1156, 1155. I own a rig based on each one. Granted, Ivy is also on socket 1155 but SB came first.

Intel advertised third gen as Ivy Bridge. i7-9xx series is first gen.
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