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Well Amd and Intel the war between these 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz. Then became xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked. but per ghz Amd was faster because they had double the cycles per clock. they could push more info with less speed.
Even today we even see AMD tactics like the old days true quad means 4 cores 4 pipes .Intel core duo meaning 2 cores share 1 pipe they had to do this because they had heat issues because speed to them was better for marketing not how much info can get out of the core. Always will be like that for intel .The ilusion of more speed you can get out of a cpu is always better for sales and sells them alot of cpus. But eventualy that will kick them in the butt.
it is like engines for Example
V6 pushing 350 hp
v8 pushing 350 hp
who will win in the 1/4 mile v6
who will win in the 1 mile v8
put them both to the floor and hold them until they cave which one would last longer off course the v8 because it wasn't ment for speed it was ment to push wieght
haha a note for yha's

Oh yha sorry about the gray out comment I didn't know they did that because when I check mine out it showed me every thing.
Edited by ZigZagFreeBurning - 6/13/08 at 8:56am
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post #82 of 124
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Originally Posted by ZigZagFreeBurning View Post
Well Amd and Intel the war between this 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz. xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked. but per ghz Amd was faster because they had double the cycles per clock. they could push more info with less speed.
Even today we even see AMD tactics like the old days true quad means 4 cores 4 pipes .Intel core duo meaning 2 cores share 1 pipe they had to do this because they had heat issues because speed to them was better for marketing not how mush info can get out of the core. Always will be like that for them .The ilusion of more speed you can get out of a cpu is always better sells them alot of cpus.
it is like engines for Example
V6 pushing 350 hp
v8 pushing 350 hp
who will win in the 1/4 mile v6
who will win in the 1 mile v8
put them both to the floor and hold them until they cave which would last longer off course the v8 because it wasn't ment for speed it was ment to push wieght
haha a note for yha's

Oh yha sorry about the gray out comment I didn't know they did that because when I check mine out it showed me every thhing.
Huh?
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post #83 of 124
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Originally Posted by ZigZagFreeBurning View Post
Well Amd and Intel the war between this 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz. xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked. but per ghz Amd was faster because they had double the cycles per clock. they could push more info with less speed.
Even today we even see AMD tactics like the old days true quad means 4 cores 4 pipes .Intel core duo meaning 2 cores share 1 pipe they had to do this because they had heat issues because speed to them was better for marketing not how mush info can get out of the core. Always will be like that for them .The ilusion of more speed you can get out of a cpu is always better sells them alot of cpus.
it is like engines for Example
V6 pushing 350 hp
v8 pushing 350 hp
who will win in the 1/4 mile v6
who will win in the 1 mile v8
put them both to the floor and hold them until they cave which would last longer off course the v8 because it wasn't ment for speed it was ment to push wieght
haha a note for yha's

Oh yha sorry about the gray out comment I didn't know they did that because when I check mine out it showed me every thhing.
Don't mean to be a pain, but could you please post in English.
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Well Amd and Intel the war between these 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz. Then became xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked. but per ghz Amd was faster because they had double the cycles per clock. they could push more info with less speed.
Even today we even see AMD tactics like the old days true quad means 4 cores 4 pipes .Intel core duo meaning 2 cores share 1 pipe they had to do this because they had heat issues because speed to them was better for marketing not how much info can get out of the core. Always will be like that for intel .The ilusion of more speed you can get out of a cpu is always better for sales and sells them alot of cpus. But eventualy that will kick them in the butt.
it is like engines for Example
V6 pushing 350 hp
v8 pushing 350 hp
who will win in the 1/4 mile v6
who will win in the 1 mile v8
put them both to the floor and hold them until they cave which one would last longer off course the v8 because it wasn't ment for speed it was ment to push wieght
haha a note for yha's

Oh yha sorry about the gray out comment I didn't know they did that because when I check mine out it showed me every thing.
Quite off.

The XP1800's wouldn't explode, they just burn, the stupid youtube video used explosives to blow it up.

The Cycles per clock thing is purly marketing based.

The "pipes" thing doesn't make any logical sense at all.

It is just a different way of packaging the cores, AMD took the more expensive, difficult, and some what pointless route of throwing them on 1 die, Intel threw them on 2.


Though this is a very impressive feat, what have other people been getting for overclocks? I haven't heard much info since the Black edition models were released.
    
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post #85 of 124
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Well Amd and Intel the war between these 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz. Then became xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked. but per ghz Amd was faster because they had double the cycles per clock. they could push more info with less speed.
Even today we even see AMD tactics like the old days true quad means 4 cores 4 pipes .Intel core duo meaning 2 cores share 1 pipe they had to do this because they had heat issues because speed to them was better for marketing not how much info can get out of the core. Always will be like that for intel .The ilusion of more speed you can get out of a cpu is always better for sales and sells them alot of cpus. But eventualy that will kick them in the butt.
it is like engines for Example
V6 pushing 350 hp
v8 pushing 350 hp
who will win in the 1/4 mile v6
who will win in the 1 mile v8
put them both to the floor and hold them until they cave which one would last longer off course the v8 because it wasn't ment for speed it was ment to push wieght
haha a note for yha's

Oh yha sorry about the gray out comment I didn't know they did that because when I check mine out it showed me every thing.
nice post, a little weird analogy but it works.
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Quite off.

The XP1800's wouldn't explode, they just burn, the stupid youtube video used explosives to blow it up.

The Cycles per clock thing is purly marketing based.

The "pipes" thing doesn't make any logical sense at all.

It is just a different way of packaging the cores, AMD took the more expensive, difficult, and some what pointless route of throwing them on 1 die, Intel threw them on 2.


Though this is a very impressive feat, what have other people been getting for overclocks? I haven't heard much info since the Black edition models were released.

right now, I'm at 3 Ghz on air stock voltage... Haven't pushed it further yet... all I wanted was 3 so that's where I stopped
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Bwahahahaha, AMD rides again!
    
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Well Amd and Intel the war between these 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz.
Yeah, year 2000 (when AMD released the first 1Ghz x86 CPU) was obviously in the late 80s, early 90s...

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Then became xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked.
No such thing ever happened.
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I can get a q6600 to 3.71Ghz on air...
same I'll stick with the top dog Q6600...
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Well Amd and Intel the war between these 2 began in late 80's early 90's. It happened when some one at amd got a processor to run 1 ghz. Then became xp1800 remember them little poppers know to blow holes through boards when extremed over clocked. but per ghz Amd was faster because they had double the cycles per clock. they could push more info with less speed.
Even today we even see AMD tactics like the old days true quad means 4 cores 4 pipes .Intel core duo meaning 2 cores share 1 pipe they had to do this because they had heat issues because speed to them was better for marketing not how much info can get out of the core. Always will be like that for intel .The ilusion of more speed you can get out of a cpu is always better for sales and sells them alot of cpus. But eventualy that will kick them in the butt.
it is like engines for Example
V6 pushing 350 hp
v8 pushing 350 hp
who will win in the 1/4 mile v6
who will win in the 1 mile v8
put them both to the floor and hold them until they cave which one would last longer off course the v8 because it wasn't ment for speed it was ment to push wieght
haha a note for yha's

Oh yha sorry about the gray out comment I didn't know they did that because when I check mine out it showed me every thing.
.. Yeah.. Everyone else has ripped this post to shreds already... wow.. Just wow...
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