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Poll Results: AM2 Athlon 3200+ 2.0GHz vs. Intel P4 2.93GHz 1mb L2

Poll expired: Nov 27, 2007  
  • 96% (49)
    Athlon 64
  • 3% (2)
    Pentium 4
51 Total Votes  
post #11 of 32
not to forget to mention that generally athlons are better gamers compared to p4s ( with p4s better at multitasking) also i just checked tomshardware cpu charts 520 vs 3200 with all games 3200 is better
    
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yours the AMD against the P4. its been done before, but "bench" benchmarking is just blah. where's the
It was an idea, not a test. It's a "virtual rig" if you will.
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The AMD would win.
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I may be our Intel top dog (supposedly) and I may try and make it sound more in Intel's favor, but the AMD 3200+ is going to be the better performer for gaming, regardless if I like it or not
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Yes AMD clock x 1.5 = Pentium 4 clock. Why? Because AMD Athlon 64s do 9 ops per second while the P4s do 6.... Core 2 Duos do 12 so.. yeah.
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ouch, the poll is a shot in the mouth there... But really with how cheap the e6300 are, there isnt much to proud of on the AMD side of the fence these days...
    
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that core 2 duos do 12? I've always wanted to use that smiley
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that core 2 duos do 12? I've always wanted to use that smiley
It hasn't been proven......so that statistic has generally been pulled from ass's.

Hell, an AMD64 2800+ scores higher FPS in games than a 3.2GHZ P4. P4s are good for multitasking, and getting the "4.0ghz bragging right."
    
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that core 2 duos do 12? I've always wanted to use that smiley
Anti-Proof, Huzzah!
I seem to be hyper, lol

Supposed Operation Count Values (Integers):

AMD K8: 9 Operations Performed Per Clock Cycle
Intel Netburst: 6 Operations Performed Per Clock Cycle
Intel Core Micro-Architecture: 12 Operations Performed per Clock Cycle.

In actual terms you could define these as blatant lies

Using Example (in post) as Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (Core Micro-Architecture).

The Intel Core Micro-Architecture was implemented for more efficient processing of information, as well as incorporating additional instruction and logic units within its internal circuitry.
The Core Architecture adds a single additional Floating Point Unit (FLOAD) into the on die structure. This unit allows additional speed for processing of Floating Point Information, be it Multimedia or Integer information.
The Core Architecture does actually have the twelve Instruction Units that would allow twelve operations to be performed per clock cycle. Therefore it is possible to obtain this value.

The values specified here within (above) are values that are theoretically possible, however in reality will be obtained far less than suggested.

For example, to help with this post, I have just run my SPEC2000 (modified) benchmark to count Clock Operations performed in a time period of 120mili-seconds. During that time the results were as follows:

1 Operation: 0.3%
2 Operations: 0.1%
3 Operations: 0.4%
4 Operations: 1.1%
5 Operations: 4.3%
6 Operations: 7.6%
7 Operations: 4.7%
8 Operations: 9.4%
9 Operations: 17.8%
10 Operations: 22.4%
11 Operations: 12.1%
12 Operations: 19.8%

1 defined as minimum in run time.
12 defined as maximum in run-time.

Note: This test does not stress the CPU fully, it uses different techniques to test the CPU, most of which will never force the CPU to full load. The value of 12 operations will slightly increase at full load depending on the application.

So in conclusion I leave it with you (without boring you with technical information).
Does that look like 12 operations per clock cycles being performed to you?
Looks more like 10 is winning there

Have a nice day.

P.S. Muhahahahahahaha *evil grin*
post #20 of 32
its not true that the conroe does 12 ops per cycle..it varies between i think 12 to 16 or something but no one really knows it depends on what the cpu is doing and what is being used...or something along those lines...
anyway so my 3200 at 2.6ghz = 2.6 x 1.5 = 3.9ghz!!..yay im as fast as a 3.9ghz p4
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