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Dude, you're such a car guy. You just went over the heads of alot of guys with that analogy. But I'm with you. Any guesses on how many guys here think NA is for North America? tongue.gif

On topic: I think that the additional features of the latest Z77 chipsets alone, like USB 3.0, raid, SLI support, etc, are pretty powerful features of the i5, let alone the raw processing power. I would look at Gigaflop comparisons as well.

Good Points, I will take those into account. I think the general consensus here is that Intel, though more expensive, has significantly more powerful/efficient chips than AMD.
     
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Its the same thing as why the AMD A64 processors were better than the P4 clock for clock

The AMD did 9 ops/cycle and the P4 did 6

Thats why a 2 ghz A64 was rated at 3200+ (meaning a 2 ghz A64 was approximately as fast as a 3.2 ghz p4)

So you have to look at how efficient the processor and architecture is per cycle. You can't compare straight up. Thats like saying a NA 2.4 4 cylinder is the same as a Turbo 2.4 4 cylinder. Just isn't true

Gotcha. Both naturally aspirated and forced induction engines have the same base output, but the forced induction allows that base output to be utilized more efficient and effectively . So you're pretty much saying that though they both has the same capacity, the i5 can force more data through, thus making it more powerful, Just like air through a turbo/ supercharger.
     
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