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I have no kind. Between the rigs I have here, the following hardware is in them or was at one point.
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Intel 3930k (still boxed, no board frown.gif )

I was simply pointing out flaws in arguments. That's literally what I do for my job is find flaws and fix them.

I was talking about 'going at' a fellow MOD. I probably should've hinted at so.
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the TRUTH:
iGPU is at least 50% of the computer market share...
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Intel-Loses-Graphics-Market-Share-AMD-and-NVIDIA-Grow-181728.shtml
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I'm honestly not entirely sure, I'm a modeller/designer, not a software engineer. However I've run tests on an I5 vs an I7 at the stock clock (2500k vs 2600k if you need to know) and the 2500k still came out ahead because the software I was using told me the errors in the render on the 2600k were so substantial it needed to be run. Bearing in mind that I had a tollerance of absolute zero, but still, I didn't see a 2500k doing that. However the even clocked 1100T (which is why I still have it even at end of life) beat the 2500k out because it has more cores available to splitup the work.

Kaveri doesn't seem that far away, but if it needs to be done now then do it now, otherwise wait, even if the advantage is minimal, richland will be cheaper then. thumb.gif

Alatar is just putting the burden of proof on you, but here are a array of CAD programs and the effects:
Not necessarily true for Solidworks (Click to show)
http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=267199
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Its probably well known among everyone on here, but I just increased the performance of solidworks a lot on one of our PCs by disabling hyperthreading on the processor.
Previously SW was limited to 50% of CPU - not necessary as this particualr PC does nothing but solidworks.
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Hyper-threading increases performance on my Core i7 machine.

Hyper-threading is greatly improved on the current Intel cpu architecture over the old P4 cpu days.

One needs to be careful not to assume that what was true in the past is still true for today's cpu architecture.

Test for yourself with your files and workflow in SolidWorks to be sure.

Cheers,

AnnaWood
(solidmuse.com) http://www.solidmuse.com/benchmarks/punch_holder_results.php


also http://www.javelin-tech.com/blog/2011/01/solidworks-multi-threading/

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Recent years at AU I’ve tried to find Autodesk technical staff who can answer whether Revit benefits in anyway from Hyper-Threading (assuming that you are using at least a quad core PC), but I’ve been unable to get a definitive answer, so I thought I’d test it out for myself. I downloaded the RFO benchmark from the Revit Forum and ran it 3 times on both a dual quad workstation and a quad core PC, first with Hyper-Threading enabled, then disabled. I then averaged the results from the workstation, and the scores can be seen below (*Edit: Lower = better):

RFO Averaged Results Highlighted

They clearly show that there is at least a marginal improvement in the model creation portion of the testing, and a substantial performance reduction in the rendering section with Hyper-Threading disabled. This makes sense, as many general tasks in Revit are limited to executing on a single core, however rendering can use as many cores as you can throw at it. So my recommendation is if you do mostly general Revit work (no rendering – which you should be off loading to the cloud anyway) then you are better off disabling Hyper-Threading. If you do a lot of rendering on your local machine then you are obviously better of with as many cores (with Hyper-Threading enabled) as possible.
http://betterrevit.com/tips/hyper-threading-for-revit/
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YES.

2012 and previous versions are enhanced by multi-thread tech, which has better performance with Hyper-threading off.

&
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I happend to have a simple 2012 benchmark about HT on/off.

HT on is around 40% slower than HT off.



My system is win7 64bit with Intel i7 12 cores (24 after HT on).
http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Simulation-Mechanical/Hyper-Threading-Technology-with-2012/td-p/3020116

also http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Revit/enu/Community/Tips_and_Tricks/Performance/Multithreaded_Processes_in_Revit

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There are issues in some of the Intel MKL functions that we are currently investigating; these seem to impact certain operations where complex splines are used on multi-core machines; this may be your issue.



Do you have hyper-threading enabled ? If so, then please try disabling that & retrying whatever was crashing with the complex splines.



Alternatively, once Inventor is running, go to Task Manager, Processes, & Rt click Inventor.exe, Set affinity, & only select a single CPU/core.
http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Inventor/Maximize-Performace-on-Inventor-2013/td-p/3490358
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Question: Will enabling hyper-threading on my workstation have any benefit?

Answer: Yes, while early attempts at hyper-threading on single core machines actually degraded MicroStation performance, the new generation of multi-core processors from Intel (Nehalem) actually yield 20% gain in rendering performance. Therefore users with single core processors should make sure hyper-threading is not enabled on their workstation and users with multi-core processors should enable hyper-threading to realize the performance gains.
ftp://ftp.bentley.com/pub/help/microstation/081109292en/html/microstation/faq.htm#18

But Siemens NX asks people to disable HT.

From 2009:


http://ixbtlabs.com/articles3/cpu/archspeed-2009-4-p1.html
Edited by AlphaC - 6/6/13 at 5:09pm
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I cannot hold my comments, i7 4770 is the biggest fail in the enthusiast cpu market when it comes to overclocking that i have ever seen, considering the initial goal was lowering power consumption through power gating. Intel is failing at its lithography game due to leakage sooner than I was expecting even while pushing an innovative power gating feature at every step.
i7 4770 + 22nm + 3D Finfet + voltage regulator SoC @ 4.5 Ghz = FX 8350 - 2 nm steps. End of the line.

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Except every higher end market with strict power requirements.

Macbooks, imacs, other AIOs, ultrabooks etc. apparently aren't a market at all since you refuse to acknowledge them.

Good luck trying to fit in a 45W Quadcore i7 in a ultrabook, Macbook Air/Macbook Pro 13" rolleyes.gif

Besides a discrete AMD/Nvidia GPU would be a much better option if you're considering a AIO or a Macbook Pro 15" (debatable as Macbook Pros already run REALLY HOT when gaming or doing other intensive things when it comes to Ivy/Sandy and so on) as they can actually handle the heat/power requirements a discrete GPU/CPU combo that'll walk all over Iris.
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the TRUTH:
iGPU is at least 50% of the computer market share...
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Intel-Loses-Graphics-Market-Share-AMD-and-NVIDIA-Grow-181728.shtml

Thar article was from 2011... That's old.
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I cannot hold my comments, i7 4770 is the biggest fail in the enthusiast cpu market when it comes to overclocking that i have ever seen, considering the initial goal was lowering power consumption through power gating. Intel is failing at its lithography game due to leakage sooner than I was expecting even while pushing an innovative power gating feature at every step.
i7 4770 + 22nm + 3D Finfet + voltage regulator SoC @ 4.5 Ghz = FX 8350 - 2 nm steps. End of the line.

You don't OC mobile chips. Intel definitely ported the mobile stuff to desktop and indirectly told people to stuff it.
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Enough. Please stay on topic; if anyone has any legitimate concerns about a particular moderator (rather than senseless and borderline annoying fanboy accusations), take it up with their superiors.
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Well what if the HD 5200 found itself on lower end parts, I can't see why Intel can't do this, Intel now does have a stronger IGP compared to amd regardless of price, driver wise not to sure how it compares but it is a faster hardware.

I wonder how kaveri will compare both in terms of gpu and cpu. Temash is a real good product in its segment, runs circles around the current atom, so yeah I guess atleast amd have a good product there tongue.gif.


I don't think amd needed to release the 6800K, I find the product to be quite unneeded I mean the improvements are very marginal at best, they should just focus on kaveri.

128MB of eDRAM + lower end parts = Does not compute

Seems that the Steamroller cores in Kaveri will mean CPU is still behind Intel (not really a surprise), I say this due to AMD stressing "compute" rather than any CPU only stuff in their Computex talk. The iGP will be about as powerful as can be managed with only having DDR3 to feed it, will be interesting to see how the mobile parts compare to eDRAM laden 5200.
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