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Extreme multitasking is a big plus for FX 8350... I doubt i7 3770k can do that.

Yeah, a bit of FUD there really isn't it?

4 out of 37 benchmarks were 'won' by the 8350 rolleyes.gif

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/697?vs=551
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Yeah, a bit of FUD there really isn't it?

4 out of 37 benchmarks were 'won' by the 8350 rolleyes.gif

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/697?vs=551

Il be laughing at you by end of year...

Kaveri will be awsome, top of the line Kaveri will have a GCN GPU that is basically Radeon HD 7750. 512 stream processors cores GCN units.

Watch this, can i7 3770k do that?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYmQKlodYa4
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Il be laughing at you by end of year...

Kaveri will be awsome, top of the line Kaveri will have a GCN GPU that is basically Radeon HD 7750. 512 stream processors cores GCN units.

Watch this, can i7 3770k do that?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYmQKlodYa4

Ah, the great AMD waiting game again huh? rolleyes.gif

I know you're an AMD fan, I don't have a problem with that at all, I'm happy that you're pleased with a product and support the manufacturer. But you can't just start saying an 8350 out performs a 3770K because, well, it's just factually inaccurate

Besides, this article is about the 4770
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Yeah, a bit of FUD there really isn't it?

4 out of 37 benchmarks were 'won' by the 8350 rolleyes.gif

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/697?vs=551

Skyrim: x87, ancient instructions
Blizzard games: Intel has very close ties with Blizzard and Blizzard events usually have Intel advertising everywhere
SYSMARK: basically owned by Intel as Nvidia, Via, and AMD left BAPCO because Intel was basically cheating
Cinebench r11.5: compiled with ICC

There's a reason why a lot of people look down on Anandtech's benchmarking, and it's that the benchmarks that they use are often very favorable to Intel. It's not really much different than slapping together a bunch of optimal situations for FX 8350 (x264, BF3, Crysis 3, etc) and then saying "OMG AMD FX WON THE MAJORITY OF THE BENCHMARKS ITS SUPERIOR!"

But the point I'm trying to make is that there's thousands of demanding programs you can run, and even 37 is a pathetically small sample size to judge an entire chip by. I can cherry pick results too, but for Anandtech they get to cherry pick and then pass things off as a legitimate review or benchmark.
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Yeah, a bit of FUD there really isn't it?

4 out of 37 benchmarks were 'won' by the 8350 rolleyes.gif

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/697?vs=551

7 Sysmark 2012 benchmarks? You know there's a good reason why Intel is the only company managing it and AMD, Nividia, and VIA walked out from it. It still uses software from 2010 such as Firefox 3.5 and Flash 10.1. Both lack GPU acceleration, and hardly anyone uses them anymore.

2 dual core games (SC2, World of Warcraft)

Where are the other new games such as BF3, Crysis 3, Bioshock Infinite, and Far Cry 3?


If you really want a biased comparison, I could write a software that minimizes or simplifies branch predictions at all cost, and reduce communications between the threato prevent FSB bottleneck.

You know what CPU would benefit from it the most?

Pentium Ds. Bad branch predictor, and CPU cores have to communicate through the FSB/socket.


OR, I could write a game that was optimized for the Itanium CPUs...
Edited by A Bad Day - 5/18/13 at 12:04pm
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Oh I get it, didn't test enough Gaming Evolved titles for you lot huh?

Crysis 3

http://www.techspot.com/review/642-crysis-3-performance/page6.html

Bioshock

http://www.techspot.com/review/655-bioshock-infinite-performance/page5.html

Far Cry 3

http://www.techspot.com/review/615-far-cry-3-performance/page6.html

BF3

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-3-graphics-performance,3063-13.html


I'd search for more but I can't be bothered if I'm honest. The thread is being seriously derailed by a militant few from the 4770 discussion it's supposed to be about. I'm sure you'll find an issue with with the test results provided by Google too.

I'm off, have a nice day smile.gif
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Silly Kane2207, this is 2010! What are you smoking on?!biggrin.gif

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Ah, the great AMD waiting game again huh? rolleyes.gif

It does tie into their unofficial slogan since 2006: "AMD: Yesterday's performance, tomorrow!"
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You aren't supposed to give from ivy to haswell just like you shouldn't go from sandy to ivy.

I know! I've always maintained the "three generation rule" is the way to go, but that goes against the prevailing consensus here...
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It does tie into their unofficial slogan since 2006: "AMD: Yesterday's performance, tomorrow!"
I know! I've always maintained the "three generation rule" is the way to go, but that goes against the prevailing consensus here...
"Three generation rule" is too simplistic.

If your current computer can't meet your threshold for acceptable performance, and you can afford one that can, upgrade.
If your current computer uses enough electricity that it would be cheaper to upgrade it now than to pay the difference in electric bills over 3 years, upgrade.

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I know! I've always maintained the "three generation rule" is the way to go, but that goes against the prevailing consensus here...
Three generations? I think I'm three full tock cycles at this point.
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