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I'm not sure why anybody would think PD were bad CPU's? Just not as good as Intel for the most part...

Games are actually a minor subset of what people who use performance CPUs do, for the most part an FX-8350 is either slightly behind or in front of the i5, it's only in synthetic benchmarks, a handful of single-threaded tasks and games that you see PD being decidedly behind.
    
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post #342 of 364
What Crysis 3 and BF3 Multiplayer is proving is that any hardware is useless without software exploiting it. AMD Vishera is a decent chip for gaming. its single threaded performance is a drawback. but if developers bend their back vishera is no slouch. It helps that AMD has designed the next gen consoles with 8 thread CPUs.

I am looking forward to Haswell vs Steamroller. Intel is still going for higher single threaded performance with HT while AMD is looking to improve single threaded performance but has better multi thread scaling than HT. Two different approaches to multithread performance. Let see how they perform on the upcoming next gen game engines designed for PS4 / Xbox Next
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So let me get this straight: All it takes for AMD's flagship Piledriver CPUs to show parity to Intel's 2-year-old Sandy Bridge i5 chips is to add moar cores to help compensate for terrible IPC, rely on users to heavily overclock their chips and augment them with aftermarket watercoolers since AMD can't deliver modern chip designs that both perform well and not scorch motherboards at default stock settings, and heavily compensate developers to use every trick in the book to optimize performance for FX chips while completely ignoring Intel's hyperthreading abilities that any competent developer would be remiss not to utilize? And then to publicize that "achievement", pay off some Soviet Russian site with a couple crates of vodka in order to publish benchmarks that completely ignore Intel's current-gen chips that have been out the better part of the year?

Shoot, if it was that easy why didn't AMD do it sooner?
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post #344 of 364
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So let me get this straight: All it takes for AMD's flagship Piledriver CPUs to show parity to Intel's 2-year-old Sandy Bridge i5 chips is to add moar cores to help compensate for terrible IPC, rely on users to heavily overclock their chips and augment them with aftermarket watercoolers since AMD can't deliver modern chip designs that both perform well and not scorch motherboards at default stock settings, and heavily compensate developers to use every trick in the book to optimize performance for FX chips while completely ignoring Intel's hyperthreading abilities that any competent developer would be remiss not to utilize?

Shoot, if it was that easy why didn't AMD do it sooner?

They were working on that World Record LN2 Bulldozer chip biggrin.gif
Edited by sherlock - 2/20/13 at 9:20pm
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no offense but those numbers seems off
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/fx-8350-vishera-review,3328-13.html

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1598/pg6/amd-fx-8350-processor-review-battlefield-3.html

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2055/5/

thats just top 3 results from google, the link you posted seems to suggest that intel chips are more than 10% behind amd chips in battlefield 3, which seems really inconsistent and far fetched comparing to other well known websites such as Toms
 
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Came back a few hours later to this thread expecting different results, left disappointed once again.

PD is good, Sandy is good, Ivy is good. /thread.

Can we talk about you know...crysis 3 here?
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Came back a few hours later to this thread expecting different results, left disappointed once again.

PD is good, Sandy is good, Ivy is good. /thread.

Can we talk about you know...crysis 3 here?

Of course not, that would be silly. Everyone knows games are just interactive benchmarks. tongue.gif
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Of course not, that would be silly. Everyone knows games are just interactive benchmarks. tongue.gif

Not gonna lie, it's the only reason I own crysis 2 and 3 so far biggrin.gif
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Hate or love EA, they know how to put out games that run really well on all systems. biggrin.gif
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Hate or love EA, they know how to put out games that run really well on all systems. biggrin.gif

EA? You mean Crytek?
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