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No I was bringing it up to prove that facts can be used to support bashing.
So first you say that you don't back Intel all the time to back that up you say "3800+ --> 930" but the fact you put the drool emote behind the 930 makes it even more of a pro Intel statement.

AMD Phenom II 955 --> dual e5520 but I didn't go all yeah Intel is so much greater over that upgrade.

I was in no way bashing AMD, but sharing what my experience was, just like what he replied to my post:
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Conroe --> Sandy two years ago was drool.gif

I started video editing on that 3800+ rig, a 20 minute video would take 20 hours to render, and on my 930 it took 20 minutes.

Disclaimer: Just stating a fact based on my experience, I'm not bashing AMD.

Good luck to ya. helpinghand.gif
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I was in no way bashing AMD, but sharing what my experience was, just like what he replied to my post:
I started video editing on that 3800+ rig, a 20 minute video would take 20 hours to render, and on my 930 it took 20 minutes.
Doesn't take away the fact that they were actually real provable facts now move on nothing to see here biggrin.gif
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8 piledriver modules + 1028SP IGP on 28nm processs is going to be north of SB-E die size, and TDP north of 180W.

Plus Vishera have the same die size as Zambezi: 315mm^2 thus it haven't improved one bit in that aspect, that's with only 4 Bulldozer modules.

But they squeezed more power and less consumption from the same package. You were saying?
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Trinity, with 2 Piledriver modules on 384 SP GPU is at 246mm^2 on 32nm, to quadruple the Piledriver module counts(even with your supposed 20% saving in die size with new architecture) & almost triple SP count(granted GCN is more area efficient than VLIW4) with a half-node shrink to 28nm is asking way too much. This thing is not possible die size/TDP wise until AMD can get to 20nm for both CPU & GPU.

Supposing this runs an off-the-mill Interlagos, it would mean 316mm^2 per chip. 1024 GCN SPs would mean, let's be generous, around 200mm^2. That's not even the Titan's die size. And yes, it is 28nm, and the Interlagos measures I used are for a 32nm chip.
   
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But they squeezed more power and less consumption from the same package. You were saying?
Supposing this runs an off-the-mill Interlagos, it would mean 316mm^2 per chip. 1024 GCN SPs would mean, let's be generous, around 200mm^2. That's not even the Titan's die size. And yes, it is 28nm, and the Interlagos measures I used are for a 32nm chip.

Zambezi->Piledriver didn't reduce the actual die size of the 4 module chip, that was what I was saying and it was not wrong.

Titan(552mm^2/250W ) is a lot larger with a way higher TDP than SB-E(435mm^2/130W) and it goes on a PCIE card, not a CPU socket. So using Titan as an example of an acceptable CPU die size is inaccurate.
Edited by sherlock - 5/11/13 at 1:20pm
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i wonder what an super APU like this would do for servers or better yet APU Super Computers
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I was in no way bashing AMD, but sharing what my experience was, just like what he replied to my post:
I started video editing on that 3800+ rig, a 20 minute video would take 20 hours to render, and on my 930 it took 20 minutes.

Disclaimer: Just stating a fact based on my experience, I'm not bashing AMD.

Good luck to ya. helpinghand.gif

---Off-Topic---

 

wth.gif 
Was that the single core 3800+?

I had one and it was painfully slow at video rendering if going for 720P+. Mine was clocked at 2.4ghz.
 

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---Off-Topic---

wth.gif  

Was that the single core 3800+?
I had one and it was painfully slow at video rendering if going for 720P+. Mine was clocked at 2.4ghz.
 

Mine was a Dual core: Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2.0 GHz

It came out after the initial Athlon X2's, remember these prices? lachen.gif



Ooops, there I go bashing AMD with facts again maarten12100 says. tongue.gif
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Not stock easily overclockable to 5ghz on air
Well, it's obviously going to be a CPU that is binned so that it can handle 5GHz at a low voltage.
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Mine was a Dual core: Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2.0 GHz

It came out after the initial Athlon X2's, remember these prices? lachen.gif



Ooops, there I go bashing AMD with facts again maarten12100 says. tongue.gif

AMD really needed the money compared to Intel... >_>
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Mine was a Dual core: Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2.0 GHz

It came out after the initial Athlon X2's, remember these prices? lachen.gif



Ooops, there I go bashing AMD with facts again maarten12100 says. tongue.gif


When was your 3800 released??? 2005 and when was the i7 released 2009??
I get that it is way slower but I don't get why you posted it, it's like sayin gthe My FX8-8320 is faster the my T400 with a C2D.
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