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I don't do this very often, but I'm going to have to agree with Alatar. Cinebench is relevant as a benchmark. It's not just a benchmark--it's the actual rendering engine from Cinema 4D which is certainly a "real" program.
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I don't do this very often, but I'm going to have to agree with Alatar. Cinebench is relevant as a benchmark. It's not just a benchmark--it's the actual rendering engine from Cinema 4D which is certainly a "real" program.

Which is as relevant as AVX. My point wasn't that Cinebench was irrelevant - it was just another way to say that it is as relevant as the AVX instruction set.
   
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Yes it is asking too much if it means installing gentoo and recompiling stuff yourself. Especially since were on OCN where the majority of people game and bench.

Since when am I talking about Gentoo?
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Real world isn't always optimized. Real world isn't fair.
My post was clearly about general performance between the architectures. Nitpicking it based on some exceptions and arguing it isn't true because of that is arguing semantics.
If you actually knew how CPUs behave in cine you'd know that this is about as far from the truth as it can be.

Is this twice as fast?

No, you're right. Though I still don't get the semantics part.
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Does the performance not reflect real world perf in multiple render engines?
The anandtech quotes you gave in the previous "FX9000" thread. At first glance they looked like they were about how biased cine is but when you actually checked out the article it was about HUMA and didn't affect single GPU systems at all and the proper differences could only be seen in 4p configurations.

Post can be found here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1388021/so-much-amd-hate/180#post_19902181

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hUMA. Do you even know what it is? You said it again out of place. hUMA is AMD's nomenclature for their unified coherent memory pool for graphics and processor subsystems. It has nothing to do with Cinebench.

I think you mean NUMA. And, oh, please, now that you've brought that up. Let me refresh your mind smile.gif

http://software.intel.com/sites/products/collateral/hpc/compilers/compiler_qrg12.pdf

Scroll to the bottom. Tadaaah!
   
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Gentoo matters ever since I was replying to a series of post that had stuff about gentoo in it.

NUMA/HUMA whatever, they shouldn't name their tech like that. The point still stand regardless if I messed up the name of the tech. The quotes from anand had nothing to do with single CPU systems.

And the intel notice means exactly what it says. They do not specifically optimize for AMD products. Tough luck for AMD I guess. Please do not refer to them crippling AMD perf and the lawsuits caused by that. That's years old.
 
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Gentoo matters ever since I was replying to a series of post that had stuff about gentoo in it.

NUMA/HUMA whatever, they shouldn't name their tech like that. The point still stand regardless if I messed up the name of the tech. The quotes from anand had nothing to do with single CPU systems.

And the intel notice means exactly what it says. They do not specifically optimize for AMD products. Tough luck for AMD I guess. Please do not refer to them crippling AMD perf and the lawsuits caused by that. That's years old.

What should they name, or how should they name their tech so that you do not get confused? Oh wait, its their tech it doesn't matter what you think they should or shouldn't do. Its comments like that, IMO that cause you to lose credibility.
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Gentoo matters ever since I was replying to a series of post that had stuff about gentoo in it.

NUMA/HUMA whatever, they shouldn't name their tech like that. The point still stand regardless if I messed up the name of the tech. The quotes from anand had nothing to do with single CPU systems.

Some of the terms that Intel used:

-Smart Cache (what makes it "smart"?)
-Hyperthreading (Your average joe isn't going to really understand without an explanation, and boy it's going to confuse them in the task manager)
-Intel® vPro Technology (What makes it "Pro"?)
-Intel® Virtualization Technology (Initially I confused it with HT until looking it up)
-Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O
-Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables

-Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology
-Intel® Insider™ (Wut?)
-Intel® Clear Video HD Technology (What makes it different from other CPUs that don't have it? And what sets this apart from the Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology?)
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Can I dogpile him because of 1 letter too? rolleyes.gif You all knew what he was saying. He could have called it UMA and you would have known what the first letter should have been.
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I thought this thread was about FX-9000 rumors? Once again...nice going admin.
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I thought this thread was about FX-9000 rumors? Once again...nice going admin.

OCN Law: Any thread that mentions Intel, Nivida, or AMD, will result in an Intel vs. AMD or Nividia vs AMD flamewar.

Exceptions: Rambus. Unlike other flamewars, not many people would be interested in defending that company.
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So these are for their eight-cores right? When will there be news about their six cores?
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