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AMD is dead now and i am moving on to a Conroe like everyone else next month and you should too. R.I.P AMD...
a bit offtopic? :S
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post #52 of 62
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I laugh my ass off when people work and work for my stock speed.

Gotta love netburst.
But those people beat the performance of your netburst by a long shot. Show me a SuperPi 1MB run that's faster than 25.8 seconds

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AMD is dead now and i am moving on to a Conroe like everyone else next month and you should too. R.I.P AMD...
AMD is far from dead. They're in some trouble now, but there is a lot of new stuff coming down in the next half year.

Maybe all the AMD boys will have the last laugh.
    
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post #53 of 62
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But those people beat the performance of your netburst by a long shot. Show me a SuperPi 1MB run that's faster than 25.8 seconds


AMD is far from dead. They're in some trouble now, but there is a lot of new stuff coming down in the next half year.

Maybe all the AMD boys will have the last laugh.
Right now, the amd 64 6000+ on newegg is $230: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103773

Now, look at this...E6600 Core 2 Duo is now cheaper at $223: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115003

Conroe FTW
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zomg.. he just told you! lol
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post #55 of 62
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Right now, the amd 64 6000+ on newegg is $230: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103773

Now, look at this...E6600 Core 2 Duo is now cheaper at $223: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115003

Conroe FTW
And at stock speeds, that X2 6000+ beats the E6600 in many applications. Since by far the majority of people runs stock, it's a good choice. Note that we overclockers are a very small minority.

And I don't see why the fact that Intel's competing CPU is $7 cheaper means that AMD is dead

AMD has very good CPUs, even right now, at different price points. The X2 3600+ reigns the budget area right now, and other X2's perform reasonably well compared to their counterpart Core 2 Duos (again, at stock of course).

For us overclockers, Core 2 Duo is RIGHT NOW the better choice. But again, as I stated, there is a lot of new stuff coming down from AMD in the next half year (and from Intel also of course...), and we'll have yet to see who is on top by the end of the year.
    
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I laugh my ass off when people work and work for my stock speed.

Gotta love netburst.
Your processor can only execute 6 operations per clock cycle. The Core 2 chips execute 12, so if you even want to remotely compare them, you can begin by doubling the Core 2 speed. That's not even factoring in the fact that they're much more efficient than the dated Netburst architecture.
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so yea.. when can we get back on topic? i wanna see this guy pull off ~4GHz
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Sorry 'bout that

4.0GHz will be tough on anything other than Phase. And he's not *that* close
    
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gonna attempt to overclock my 6000+, been a while since i did any overclocking. how hot can i let this chip get? im using air

can anyone recommend a way to get it to 3.2 stable?
i only ever play with the CPU external frequency and CPU voltage
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No I meant 6000+ Brisbane...

you can only get up to 4800+ Brisbanes here in the US...but in Denmark I few peeps I know have 6000+ brisbanes and hitting awesome clocks

trying to get one shipped here to play with myself...
LOL YOU SAID DENMARK! I FEEL FAMOUS (lol)

3.42 is greatly done... how much voltage are you feeding it? Don't go over 1.50-1.55v with these chips for 24/7 operation.
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