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post #51 of 86
where are u guys getting 9 ops per sec.?
if a CPU only has 6 registers, then wouldnt it be 6ops for all, or does AMD have 9 registers?
i want a cpu with 10 registers *drools
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post #52 of 86
Quote:
Originally Posted by fiendofmine
so in my case there would have to be an 8.4 ghz proc to measure up to my opteron 165 at 2.8 ghz per core?
lol, you're not being serious are you?
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post #53 of 86
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Originally Posted by 13 3 @ 7 l 3 13 0 y
where are u guys getting 9 ops per sec.?
if a CPU only has 6 registers, then wouldnt it be 6ops for all, or does AMD have 9 registers?
i want a cpu with 10 registers *drools
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An athlon 64 proc performs roughly 9 operations per clock cycle (not second), and an intel performs 6 operations.
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post #54 of 86
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not to mention the 2mb of L2 cache and the heat tolerant silicon the opteron 165 is made of. except for some of the pentium Ds which have 4mb of L2 cache, and the new Intel Server procs with L3 cache
Heat tolerant silicon? Who sold you that line of bs? lol
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post #55 of 86
They are both good processor companys, thats why there are two, it matters what the computer is gonna be used for.

AMD: better for gaming, performance with real time gfx
Intel: multitasking, video encoding, high font/high text processesing

Intel is very popular in the server industry, they make some sick processors
AMD is very popular in gaming industry, they also make some nasty cpu's

I know if i was building an awesome server, i would choose Intel
If i was building the ultimate gaming rig, i would go for AMD/Nvidia

I have no doubt that AMD processors could be good for servers, or Intel for gaming , its just they are more in tune the other way around.

ofcourse this is all personal opinion.
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damn thats thorough
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you really would make a server out of an intel? watch this
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post #58 of 86
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Heat tolerant silicon? Who sold you that line of bs? lol
yes heat tolerant, and dissipates heat better from the chip
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can i just ask guys? you know how currently windows does not display the "correct" cpu core speed... will that change in vista?

so will it detect if u have amd and tell u the proper speed?

also on a completly different train of thought

i have an amd 64 3500, i dont have the original box for it (bums didnt give me it), how do i find out if what type of core it is? like the vincent core...
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post #60 of 86
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Originally Posted by pure.b
can i just ask guys? you know how currently windows does not display the "correct" cpu core speed... will that change in vista?

so will it detect if u have amd and tell u the proper speed?

also on a completly different train of thought

i have an amd 64 3500, i dont have the original box for it (bums didnt give me it), how do i find out if what type of core it is? like the vincent core...
What do u mean it doesn't display the correct cpu speed? Displays my overclocked cpu speed fine (with some slight rounding..big deal).

To check your core get this excellent little program, must have for all oveclocking enthusiasts

http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php
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