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I wonder how a PHII today would perform if it had the available instruction sets PD has? rolleyes.gif

Phenoms are full fat milk and taste delicious, but Piledriver is semi-skimmed milk that tastes just as delicious but lacks in some areas tongue.gif
If the Phenom II's had the latest instructions it would have been in my rig by now.
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If the Phenom II's had the latest instructions it would have been in my rig by now.

Ha, same tongue.gif

AMD really need to come out with a Phenom FX of some kind wink.gif that'll be a name badge I'd happily wear.
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Ha, same tongue.gif

AMD really need to come out with a Phenom FX of some kind wink.gif that'll be a name badge I'd happily wear.
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Clock for clock it's bleak LINKY and LINKY.

However that's kind of raw performance.
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Appreciate the benchmark but for proper comparison you need to run Black hole final v4.2. Will give different results.

it is. just borked . . .



here is the final version with the cpu down to 4.3GHz . . .


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The Phenom II can brute force most older stuff, but BD/PD catches up when newer instruction sets are used like AVX.

Example my Piledriver Athlon x4 760K with no AVX: 23 GFLOPS



My Athlon x4 760K with AVX Enabled: 50 GFLOPS



My old Phenom II 955 at 4.1 GHz (if I recall correctly): 51 GFLOPS



My old FX-4100 at 4.5GHz: 18 GFLOPS, AVX not enabled



If I recall (can't find pics), my 1090T at 4 GHz was about 70 GFLOPS, and my Athlon II at 3.6GHz was about 40 GFLOPS

Wow Buldozer was so bad...
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I agree. Ive had a P II 960T, 965, 1090T as well as FX 4100 and a 8120. I won't go back to the P II line.

What Im really impressed with are the A line of apu I've had the FM1 line as well as the FM2 my A10 6800K runs @ 4.5 Ghz with a Vcore of 1.3v and has a very nice built in gpu but if you wanted to has no problem running a HD7950

I agree. I think the APU's are maligned too much by some. Cheap and do just about anything that needs to be done for a general purpose pc. People who gripe that they aren't great at high end gaming seem to forget how inexpensive they are.
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I wonder how a PHII today would perform if it had the available instruction sets PD has? rolleyes.gif

Phenoms are full fat milk and taste delicious, but Piledriver is semi-skimmed milk that tastes just as delicious but lacks in some areas tongue.gif

Both are different, hence their differing performance. I still love my Thuban though rolleyes.gif


What happened to your Athlon 760K Michael?
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it is. just borked . . .



here is the final version with the cpu down to 4.3GHz . . .


So your score was 100 points higher at 4.3Ghz. This was quad for quad. Since the max voltage I pushed to run 5124Mhz as a quad core was only 1.44v. I'll be back to try and run 5.3Gzh at 1.5v smile.gif
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Here's my FX 6300 at 5Ghz-

Rdr09 can you run the bench with all 6 cores. I'm sure your score would be higher than mine. My mobo limits me from going any further frown.gif
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