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post #11 of 20
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Ladies and gentlemen, I belive you are also forgetting that even when an AMD and an Intel are running at identical clock speeds, with the same cache ane FSB, the AMD will be faster because it does more ops per cycle. Factor that into your arguments/debates.
i "indirectly" factored that into my above statement
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post #12 of 20
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i "indirectly" factored that into my above statement
*we're really going at it today.. *

Anyway, you did bring that in. I just wanted to make sure everybody else wasn't forgetting.
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Originally Posted by Chipp
*we're really going at it today.. *

Anyway, you did bring that in. I just wanted to make sure everybody else wasn't forgetting.
lol ya, i'm bored at the office. no phone calls, no computer work, nothing to do. figured what the poo, lets start doing some talkin.

anyways, another big point is AMD doesn't consume as much voltage as those blasted intels 1.4v compared to what??? 1.5v, 1.6v? i don't know exactly how much p4's eat, but i know its more than the AMD
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im all for AMD and all but didnt you just compare a nicely overclocked 144 chip to a stock 520 2.8ghz chip,,, your 144 running 2.7ghz is already as fast as a 4.05 ghz intel chip,,,, what kind of results were you expecting,,, unless you didnt know that the CPU speed of the intel and AMD chips are not on a 1:1 ratio?
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post #15 of 20
Please rerun the AMD benchmarks at stock speeds. That will give a better comparisen. Another thing is that AMD chips, motherboards and RAM cost less the Intels. When pricing out a new computer for my self I found that a Intel 660 with 2 GBs of DDR2 RAM would cost $100 more then a AMD system with a Opteron 175 and 2 GBs of DDR RAM.
post #16 of 20
Well, to be totally fair that memory wasn't anything special for the opteron and that probably is an important factor when talking about benching any AMD.

And about AMDs doing more clocks per cycle, that may be true, but AMDs also don't run 1:1 with Intels so its a moot point, pretty much.

The bottom line is, each has a little bit of leverage in particular areas of processing and its up to the consumer to determine what the best processor is for HIM or HER, its not definintive as many like to believe. Though, you can't blame people for being partial either. Some people just get attached to what works, ya know?
    
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Well, to be totally fair that memory wasn't anything special for the opteron and that probably is an important factor when talking about benching any AMD.

And about AMDs doing more clocks per cycle, that may be true, but AMDs also don't run 1:1 with Intels so its a moot point, pretty much.

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well besides the FX processor. that thing is just wowzers..... a masterpiece of art in the processor field.
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post #18 of 20
Also keep in mind that AMD processors use a lot faster on die cache than Intels and is the reasoning they can get by with a lot less.
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post #19 of 20
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When I have time later today I'll put the opty at stock 1.8 and get RAM at 200MHz defaul timings, with video at stock speeds as well.
post #20 of 20
comeon. Lets be fair here and do a fair comparison. i'm sure it was a mistake and you didn't intentially do the benchmarking that way.

24.3 amd ops/cycle vs. 16.8 Intel ops/cycle....we clearly knew who was gonna b on top here..y ou didn't even have to run the tests...

Looking forward to stock benches.
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