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Is the $199 price for the 8350 confirmed? I thought that was still just unconfirmed reports.
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You have to laugh at the muppets that come on here and bash AMD because there top processor that cost $200 can't compete with Intel's top offering a $1000 3960x sandy bridge e processor?

The only benchmark that really matters is price/performance, not everyone can afford a $1000 dollar processor. If an AMD processor that costs $200 can compete with an intel processor that costs $250 then AMD should do very well.
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You have to laugh at the muppets that come on here and bash AMD because there top processor that cost $200 can't compete with Intel's top offering a $1000 3960x sandy bridge e processor?
The only benchmark that really matters is price/performance, not everyone can afford a $1000 dollar processor. If an AMD processor that costs $200 can compete with an intel processor that costs $250 then AMD should do very well.

will the current line of am3+ boards, particularly the sabertooth, accept the 8350?
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Um what exactly are you looking at? These benches show a 8 core CPU struggling to compete with a 4 core CPU.....I wouldn't exactly call that a comeback.
It's all down to pricing for me. If the 8-core is priced similar to the quadcore, then I would consider it a viable option even though it's only slighty ahead/equal.

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Also, let's remeber that more and more programs utilizes multiple cores, so single-thread performance might not be so important in a few years thumb.gif
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will the current line of am3+ boards, particularly the sabertooth, accept the 8350?

From the reports i have seen, They will but they will need a bios flash! Your sabretooth will be perfect!
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From the reports i have seen, They will but they will need a bios flash! Your sabretooth will be perfect!

thanks. i read there is a new line of amd motherboards coming soon not that i go after the new stuff. i'll wait it out and watch the prices go down. one generation back is not too bad really, especially if the price is right. i am referring about the mobo, of course. but like i mentioned before, piledriver is really promising with its rumored 15% improvement in power consumption.
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Any power consumption numbers from the OP? smile.gif
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Any power consumption numbers from the OP? smile.gif

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I really don't understand the bashing bulldozer got. Look, it wasn't as powerful as the competition, granted, and it may have lacked in some area's, but overall I found it better than intel's offerings. And nothing I, or any one else can say for that matter, will demonstrate it better than this:

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_value_available.html

Those beloved core i5 and i7 cpu's didn't even make it on the list. And imho, if price/perfomance isn't the most important factor, than your folks clearly have enough money to spend on you. Another thing I came to realize was that bulldozer was targeted for a work environment more than a gaming one. Unfortunately for them, its the gamers who have the biggest voice in the desktop cpu market it seems, so they hated bulldozer. But the truth is, not once have any of my games been bottlenecked by my cpu. The gpu would bottleneck way before in my case, which leads me to believe amd intended on releasing a product "good enough" for gaming, with a bigger emphasis on workstation scenarios. At rendering scenes in vray, its excellent, better than the intel i5's that cost more at the time. This is where I want my performance to be directed, where I can feel it most. And there really is a sense of relief when your scene finishes rendering after 20minutes when it used to take 3 hours....
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