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post #11 of 23
I hope they'll do like Intel with their die shrink, do a few architectural updates as well.

Maybe this will dissipate less heat and be better for overclockers.. I hope so. I hope AMD can really compete again. No reason for Intel to develop anything if there's noone there breathing down their neck a little.
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I don't understand posts like this...maybe because I don't have a ton of money to spend on the highest performing part. But I'm only using my X2 at 2.5ghz and it does everyone I ask it to do just fine. You've got a 6400! Do you really need better right now, or even 6 months from now?
its all about the latest and greatest man, no i dont need a quad core right now, but its not like i would be upgrading my whole system, just the processor. Or maybe just the processor and mobo. I would love to have a quad core, but back in november when i built my system, AMD didnt even have a quad core yet. yes, the 6400 is a great processor and i havent had any problems with it thus far, but i would like to be able to overclock it a little bit more than what its allowing me right now.
    
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intel all the way
    
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intel all the way
Was wondering when one of them would chime in....

They have AMD posts radar turned on...
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post #15 of 23
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I don't understand posts like this...maybe because I don't have a ton of money to spend on the highest performing part. But I'm only using my X2 at 2.5ghz and it does everyone I ask it to do just fine. You've got a 6400! Do you really need better right now, or even 6 months from now?
I doubt you can play every game on max graphics with your sig rig. I know I couldn't and my 6000+ was clocked at 3.5 and I had a volt modded 8800gtx. Personally I prefer to play games In high res with the graphics cranked right up because thats how games were intended to be played IMO. There is no compromise when you can have more performance for the same amount of money and sometimes even less!

I have been a loyal AMD fan for a long time but after constant disappointments I was forced to buy Intel. It was a hard thing to do because I like to support AMD every way that i can, hell I bought their most expensive card even though the drivers still suck. But seriously how could you even know what its like to have a 3,8ghz intel quad when your running a AMD cpu? Ive owned a Brisbane 4000+ that did 3.1, a 6000+ that did 3.45 and im telling you that they just don't cut it in terms of performance. Of course many will argue that the quad is more expensive and requires more pricey cooling, motherboard etc. No offense but those people with high end gpu's running AMD CPUs.....the bottleneck is killing your performance and your value for money. Why fork out heaps of $$ for a great system and limit it with a cpu. I'm not saying they suck I'm just saying intel offers much better value for money.

I am and never will be a fan boy so fanbois please f*** off. I am simply using my logic.


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post #16 of 23
Looking foward to the FXs. Are these still gonna be on socket AM2+?
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Looking foward to the FXs. Are these still gonna be on socket AM2+?
I think so mate. I hope so too.
    
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If they don't clock higher than 3.5GHz on average than they probably wont be worth it. ESPECIALLY with Nehalem right around the corner.
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If they don't clock higher than 3.5GHz on average than they probably wont be worth it. ESPECIALLY with Nehalem right around the corner.
I dont care too much about how higer the clock goes. i want performance.
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hey Xx_xBLADEx_xX, whats with the greek word in your sig?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CE%A4%...BD%CE%BF%CF%82

It means Tyrant or more so τύραννος also pronounced tyrannos, meaning "illegitimate ruler"
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