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Enthusiast boards for G34 would be very nice.
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Enthusiast boards for G34 would be very nice.
If they made a C32/G34 board with blck/multiplier and voltage adjustments (even if it was only this), I'd buy one in a hearbeat.
   
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I highly doubt Steamroller will be even close to decimating Intel's cpus. If they surprise everyone and make Steamroller be at 4.5 - 5Ghz stock then I'm sold.
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I highly doubt Steamroller will be even close to decimating Intel's cpus. If they surprise everyone and make Steamroller be at 4.5 - 5Ghz stock then I'm sold.

http://hothardware.com/News/AMDs-Next-Gen-Steamroller-CPU-Could-Deliver-Where-Bulldozer-Fell-Short/

Even with 30% IPC increase like AMD is suggesting and same clocks it would only probably tie Ivy and not beat Haswell.

However if AMD made a 5 module Steamroller with that kind of IPC increase at the same frequency, a 5ghz 5 module steamroller would score *about* 14 points in cinebench, which would effectively tie an overclocked 3930k. That's not bad considering CB is compiled with ICC. (5ghz FX 83x0 scores about 8.5, 5 modules = 25% more cores + 30% better IPC)

AMD desperately needs a good halo CPU to win back enthusiasts if they're going to care about the enthusiast market. Simply providing a platform with less performance but more overclocking features isn't cutting it. People don't care if all it takes to get a good overclock is raising multiplier and vcore and that's basically all you can do.
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locking a CPU to a mobo also means it is much easier to write Bios for that mobo since you no longer have to accomedate 10+ different SKUs

Sure they will.

Hell of a lot cheaper to accommodate every CPU for the pin out your board supports than it is to design a different board for every CPU.
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But BD was a completely new architecture at the time and we didn't know anything about it's actual performance. SR is merely an improvement upon the PD/BD that we're all familiar with, so this time around we should be able to get a decent idea of what it's actually going to perform like.

Bulldozers pitfalls were anticipated to a large degree, and there was little reason to be surprised by it's final performance.

The only people who were overly surprised/disappointed by BD are the ones who weren't paying attention.
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Power consumption is only relevant to servers and less to desktop and power users.

Power consumption and the amount of heat you need to dissipate are essentially one and the same, so it's not entirely irrelevant to the enthusiast.
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Intel is giving us a measly 10% ipc according to my 3770k vs that haswell in fritz. If amds projections of 30% are right. A steamroller 8 core will be 7% faster then a 4770k in multithreaded apps

I do expect Steamroller to be very significant improvement (maybe not quite a 30% IPC boost though), and think it will likely match, or possibly beat, the 4770k in heavily threaded work loads.
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darkpriest, do you have problems reading? or in math?

Even a ~30% boost in IPC will leave Steamroller far below the IPC of Haswell, Ivy, or even Sandy.

It would likely make the top SR part faster in heavily threaded tasks than the top Haswell, but that's because it would have double the number of cores.
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30% better IPC will not happen.

The last time Intel made a change (from Core to Core 2) roughly equivalent to what AMD is doing with Steamroller there was damn near a 30% IPC boost.

My gut reaction is that 30% overall is a slightly optimistic number, but I would not be surprised if it was close.
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we were hoping they would utilize more cores in 2008 already, most software still barely fully utilize 4 cores..let alone 8

I was able to fully utilize 8 threads/cores in 2008, and probably could have earlier.

I certainly wish I had more than 12 threads, sometimes.
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The Way I see it is AMD still only has 4 FPU's and they are weaker then Intel's FPU's at that.

Most performance problems with BD/PD are the result of a shared front-end, not the shared FPU.
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Yeah cause Cinebench shows real world performance :rolleyes:p

Cinebench is a real world benchmark directly derived from Cinema 4D, which is a real app that real people use to do real work.
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LGA makes it cheaper for the CPU company but more expensive for the motherboard company. There's no inherent benefit to it in terms of performance.

LGA has better electrical properties and allows more pins in a smaller area.
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FlexFPU does have one disadvantage, it's dual threaded internally.
shouldn't matter with SR both decoders are shown to feed it from the front end.
    
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Enthusiast boards for G34 would be very nice.

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If they made a C32/G34 board with blck/multiplier and voltage adjustments (even if it was only this), I'd buy one in a hearbeat.

Right now i have an image of a ROG G34 board in my head and its glorious
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ROG G34, sounds yummy.
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Right now i have an image of a ROG G34 board in my head and its glorious
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ROG G34, sounds yummy.

biggrin.gif That it does.
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EVGA SR-3 G34. I can only hope. smile.gif
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[OCZ] Agility 3 360GB [OCZ] Vertex 4 120GB [Seagate] Barracuda 3 TB [Seagate] Barracuda 3 TB 
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[Asus] BD Drive [Corsair] H80 [Windows] 7 Ultimate [ASUS] VS24AH 
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[Samsung] 40 Inch LED TV [Corsair] K90 [Enermax] Maxrevo 1350 Watt [Corsair] C70 Arctic White 
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Powercolor HD 7970 8 GB G.Skill Sniper 120 GB OCZ Vertex 4 AMD Stock Cooler 
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I7 3770K ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe HD 7970 8GB Corsair Vengance 
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[Intel] i7 3930k @ 4.4 Ghz [Asus] Rampage IV Extreme [Saphire] HD 7970 Quadfire @ 1100/1600 [G.Skill] Ripjawz 16GB @1866Mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
[OCZ] Agility 3 360GB [OCZ] Vertex 4 120GB [Seagate] Barracuda 3 TB [Seagate] Barracuda 3 TB 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
[Asus] BD Drive [Corsair] H80 [Windows] 7 Ultimate [ASUS] VS24AH 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
[Samsung] 40 Inch LED TV [Corsair] K90 [Enermax] Maxrevo 1350 Watt [Corsair] C70 Arctic White 
MouseMouse PadAudioAudio
[Razer] Deathadder 2013 [SteelSeries] XL Mousemat [Astro] Mixamp Pro [Audio Technica] ATH-M30 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
AMD 8120 Asus Sabertooth 990FX  Powercolor HD 7970 Powercolor HD 7970 
GraphicsRAMHard DriveCooling
Powercolor HD 7970 8 GB G.Skill Sniper 120 GB OCZ Vertex 4 AMD Stock Cooler 
OSPowerCase
Windows 7 Professional XFX 1250 Watt Antec Three Hundred 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I7 3770K ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe HD 7970 8GB Corsair Vengance 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOS
120GB Kingston HyperX 3TB Seagate Barracuda  ASUS BD Drive Windows 7 
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Bitfenix Prodigy 
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