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lol 220 w tdp, the performance even still can't catch up with i7 or even i5 ...

this is just overclocked version of 8350
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Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post

The naming convention doesn't make much sense taking into consideration this is still the same architecture, with the only added improvement being Turbo Core 3.0 and, of course, the higher clockspeeds. FX-8370 and FX-8390 would be more adequate, or, if they want it to stand apart because of Turbo Core 3.0, FX-8470 and FX-8490.

They are wasting naming conventions for future chips. That high series numbers can only mean they want to match them with the correspondingly stratospherically high prices.

All in all, the practical reason to release these chips is probably so they have something of their own to bench the new Radeon HD 8970 with for the official benchmarks, instead of relying on an Intel CPU.

this is what i think as well... they just want to rely on their own cpus i dont like the idea of 220tpd..
post #33 of 270
They waste the names because they will never gonna make a 9-core cpu.

4300=4 cores
6300=6cores
8350= 8 cores
9xxxx= 9 cores?

I would prefer a 85xx or something
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It is nice to see a consumer products leaving the typical 3.2~4.2GHz range but there can't be hardly any overclocking headroom whatsoever.
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post #35 of 270
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LOL! 220W TDP...

AMD is really, really desperate.

I'm fairly sure a highly clocked AMD or Intel CPU will exceed 150W in power consumption.
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I'm fairly sure a highly clocked AMD or Intel CPU will exceed 150W in power consumption.

At 77W, Ivy Bridge 4C/8T already matches/beats a 130W+ FX 8350, so AMD is already getting lapped in performance/watt. This "pre overclocked" to OEMs only (so that proper cooling can be used) is just a further sign that AMD is desperate to try to win back enthusiast mind share...and they are failing hard.
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post #37 of 270
Will be extremely underwhelming if it's just a highly OCed FX-8350

4.8GHz Fx-8350 cannot match a stock i5-2400
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2012/11/06/amd-fx-8350-review/5

and it uses 364W at 4.8GHz which is more than a Sandy Bridge i7 at 5GHz
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2012/11/06/amd-fx-8350-review/7

Same thing over at OC ru (500W power for FX-8350@4.7 and HD7970 , vs 370W for i7-2600k@5GHz + HD7970 and 353W for i7-3770k@4.6Ghz)
http://www.overclockers.ru/lab/53063_3/Vybor_optimalnogo_processora_stoimostju_170-350_dlya_igrovogo_PK.html#25
Edited by AlphaC - 6/11/13 at 8:36am
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this is what i think as well... they just want to rely on their own cpus i dont like the idea of 220tpd..

This makes a lot of sense, a boutique high clock SKU that won't be sold much so they can at least demo their GPUs with their own CPUs in the system.
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post #39 of 270
I think that the TDP won't be so high, because it's gonna use the same socket right? AMD said am3+ will be supported until 2014 so if TDP is like 220watt even people with the am3+ would have to change their mobos...
But we know that it's not AMD's policy to make people buy new motherboards at every cpu's new generation !
post #40 of 270
Well that's just well binned chips which is fine, enthusiasts will like it. Of course an overclocked i5/i7 will perform better, use much less watts and will also cost less but who cares really? it's for enthusiasts remember? also 220w TDP might be high but if you already have an overclocked FX, you should be familiar with high wattage from that chip, it's nothing new.
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