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Just wondering when is the supposed release date for the new CPU because i want it. thumb.gif

17.10.2012

http://www.overclock.net/t/1304307/nicolas11x12-amd-piledriver-release-date/0_100#
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post #92 of 94
Are all of you blind??? Look at the date stamp on the engineering sample. It states 2011. OBR specifically claimed this was the latest engineering sample. That is an obvious fraudulent lie.The latest sample could not be earlier than May, 2012 and most likely later than that. A sample from 2011 would be a crude prototype at best. The microcode would be far from the final product as well. This is clearly a fraudulent benchmark and OBR already has a history of that. This report should be repudiated by this website as unscientific unless you are taking money or goods from Intel and are bought and paid for by them in which case I have no use for this site.Integrity is important especially on the web where falsehoods and fraud are common. I want hard facts that are shown in a scientific fashion and analyzed in such a way. AMD has clearly stated previously that Vishera is 15% higher in IPC than Bulldozer. This tainted review that was published here on a test done by a Chinese friend of OBR who is not identified, is a sham. Time to own up to fraudulence. It is a complete cop out for this site to publish it and then not repudiate it when it is obviously a lie and fraud.
Edited by os2wiz - 9/18/12 at 2:05am
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CPUz info won't show right until the CPU's are released and CPUz can be patched.


It still does not prove the validity of of the claim that this is the latest engineering sample from AMD for the Vishera cpu. This could be a Zambezi cpu. Did you bother to look at the date of the engineering sample? . It simply says 2011. Even if it is from December , 2011 it could NOT be the latest or final ES (engineering sample). That wouldn't come until sometime after may or June, 2012. It did not go to production until sometime in late August for an October release. Fraudulence! Fraudulence! Fraudulence! Did not the operator of this site bother to read that little , BUT IMPORTANT fact on the picture of the ES. Some of the settings on the test CPU from the screen shots make no sense also.
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Yes you are of course correct. It should have also been run on recognized benchmarking software like FutureMark. I of course do not believe that this is an actual engineering sample for Vishera because of the ancient date on the screenshot of the ES. The engineering sample has 2011 marked on the screen shot. Other who have looked over the screen shots carefully point out areas where part of the chip appears to have an inconsistent shading , which could mean a Photoshop job. OBR is at best a shill for Intel and his past actions plus the ancient date of the ES prove him to be a fraudster. Any website with integrity would not publish his test. Also remember he claims not to have run these tests. Some Chinese "friend" of his did. So we are we accepting results from a third party who wee know not????
Remember AMD in interviews with their design team stated Vishera would have a 15% IPC improvement over Zambezi. That is an overall number These fraudster numbers are being issued intentionally to discredit AMD's claims. I will wait for a legitimate evaluation on a production cpu on legitimate benchmarks from a legitimate scientific tester. I believe the overall improvement will be 15%.that includes single-threaded performance plus multi-threaded performance divided by 2.. Even if it is an overall10% performance boost, it would be equal to a I7 2700k.
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