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ddr-1866 cl11 = 1600 cl9; as far as ive seen in online-shops, most of 1866 have cl11, so its the same with the 1600 cl9.
"the a10 5800k. higher stock speed, faster architecture, faster igpu ect" If you read carfull and see the tests, you will see that jus saying higher stock speed means nothing, Faster architechture??? Bulldozer sucks if you compare with phenom; llano has mod phenom cores, trinity has mod bd cores=piledriver.
And for th igpu, remember what I wrote, the numbers talk..
llano does not have modified phenom cores, and trinity doesnt have modded bd cores lol. llano had athlon cores and trinity has piledriver cores, piledriver has a 15-20% increase from bd, putting the 8 cores on par with core i7. piledriver is suppose to fix everything that was wrong with bulldozer. and i guess stock speeds mean nothing, because the fact that the a10 is clocked at almost 1ghz higher means nothing... *sarcasm
post #22 of 50
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I want to squeeze this, because I am goin to build a new rig, and the next rig after this is going to be after long time..
post #23 of 50
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/a10-5800k-a8-5600k-a6-5400k,3224.html

No question, trinity is the better platform. Buy it.
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From all this, i am 95% sure that trinity it is my new rig. But that llano... and only the fact that it has phenom cores vs the modules make me feel uneasy...
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From all this, i am 95% sure that trinity it is my new rig. But that llano... and only the fact that it has Athlon ii cores vs Piledriver make me feel very confident that trinity is the better way to go
there fixed it for you
post #26 of 50
^ Thanks for the fix. I don't know why he keeps confusing Athlon ll cores for Phenom ll cores.
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^ Thanks for the fix. I don't know why he keeps confusing Athlon ll cores for Phenom ll cores.
np
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there fixed it for you

Nope you dont fixed anything. Piledriver is a tweaked bulldozer and both are based on modules, mr sarcastic. So trinity = mod bd.
As for "its suppose to be 15-20% faster than bd", I doubt that..
And llano has upgraded Stars (mobile Phenom II architecture).
post #29 of 50
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Nope you dont fixed anything. Piledriver is a tweaked bulldozer and both are based on modules, mr sarcastic. So trinity mod bd.
As for "its suppose to be 15-20% faster than bd", I doubt that..
And llano has upgraded Stars (mobile Phenom II architecture).
okay, well im done dealing with a child. the choice is obvious, but you just want to split hairs.
post #30 of 50
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Nope you dont fixed anything. Piledriver is a tweaked bulldozer and both are based on modules, mr sarcastic. So trinity = mod bd.
As for "its suppose to be 15-20% faster than bd", I doubt that..
And llano has upgraded Stars (mobile Athlon II architecture).

You seem to have your mind set on llano, so get it. There is nothing wrong getting something you want.
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