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Since we've come down to hardcore computing questions, I have this to ask. What in the world gives a cpu performance? I know of die size reductions and uARCH revisions.

But what does it mean? What kind of metric does one use then to analyze performance of one cpu generation advancing to another?

I thought the breakdown is by:
Number of Cores/Modules
Instructions per Cycle
Stock Clock cycle and highest clock cycle through overvolting and overclocking
Cache size
I/O between other components

I'm sure I'm missing alot, I'm not computer engineer yet.

What is a hollistic method of performance analysis.

And doesn't by increasing clock cycles, you increase power draw, by increasing voltage of course?

And by increasing the number of cores you increase power draw?

So doesn't it make sense that IPC should be the most important feature, the number of instructions a single core can process per cycle, that way it is efficient in both single and multi-threaded enviroments?

I don't know this stuff really, could you guys by any chance explain?
     
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Hi,

When can I expect to buy a laptop with Trinity inside?
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Hi,
When can I expect to buy a laptop with Trinity inside?

May 16-20th would probably be when they will be popping up on the market available for sale. Unless May 15 is just paper launch then you can expect it to be about a week before manufactures start shipping their products. It took about a week for Ivy Bridge to go from paper launch to retail.
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Here I was checking my favorite site, having a splendid day. I scroll through the new news thread and I see some news on Trinity. "Seems like a good place to find out about the new APUs" I say. I got to about page 7 before I realized you pricks all ruined it. Your bickering is ruining this site. If I was a mod half of you would be penalized for off topic nonsense that we have all had enough of.

I have to apologize for my own off-topic rant, but hey, I doubt anyone but those it applies to got this far. I personally am hoping we get some (at least) 8 phase itx boards, maybe ASUS will release a FM2 version of the P8Z77I Deluxe. I think this chip will be wonderful in laptops (500$ ultrabooks please) and HTPCs, as well as some nice cheap lan rigs. If it performs better than a 2500k I am going to be trashing my rig and setting this up. Otherwise Intel it is, as much as I enjoy AMD more for Overclocking.
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