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post #31 of 50
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very nice , but still doesnt mean that it will be able to, NOT out bench mark, but out perform the new M-2 socket. how ever there is on thing that AMD can beat....Intel's Clocks....but will always beat their Performance. intel/3.0 vs amd2.0 = i think you know who is the victor.
Intel is abandoning netburst and going with a new a chip design that does 10-12 operations per clock cycle, so it should perform comparably with AMD's 9 operations per clock.
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Humm... that is really interesting. It very well could be close, in all honesty though this is going to be a real close one - i guess we woulnt 100% know untill it comes out. But still the question comes back to ....... *** 4 whole Cores? the only thing i could think of is spreading heat for heatdissapation.
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Intel is abandoning netburst and going with a new a chip design that does 10-12 operations per clock cycle, so it should perform comparably with AMD's 9 operations per clock.
I am actually waiting to see what conroe is going to do as far as performance is concerned, i mean all performance.. productivity, gaming, fpu, thermals.. I have not ruled Intel out, just prefer AMD for my purposes, also i like to see the underdog win..
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post #34 of 50
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Intel is abandoning netburst and going with a new a chip design that does 10-12 operations per clock cycle, so it should perform comparably with AMD's 9 operations per clock.
Gotta wonder how they're going to keep up with feeding the chip with enough data, especially since it seems they are not ever going to go with integrated memory controllers. They're going to go from fsb limiting CPU to CPU limiting fsb...
    
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Gotta wonder how they're going to keep up with feeding the chip with enough data, especially since it seems they are not ever going to go with integrated memory controllers. They're going to go from fsb limiting CPU to CPU limiting fsb...
I think Intel is planning dual FSBs sometime - and hopefully in the near future. They also have something planned called CSI which is supposed to have much more bandwidth than the traditional FSB.
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I think Intel is planning dual FSBs sometime - and hopefully in the near future. They also have something planned called CSI which is supposed to have much more bandwidth than the traditional FSB.
Thats all good but you still cannot out perform an integrated mem controller with a stand alone or north bridge mem controller since your not in absolute sync with the proc, when intel decides to integrate the mem controller then i'll be expecting the ultimate show down.
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Intel is also rolling out dual HT processor boards this year (autumn If I remember correctly). The guy said that the first thing released will be for servers, but that home user can expect to see it in 2007.

However this could get scrapped for home users if the quad-core procs are ready. This would make it more affordable for companies to get their other board AND clear out the old inventory... Craziness.
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Thats all good but you still cannot out perform an integrated mem controller with a stand alone or north bridge mem controller since your not in absolute sync with the proc, when intel decides to integrate the mem controller then i'll be expecting the ultimate show down.
Honestly, from what I have seen, the placement of the memory controller does not appear to have any significant effect on performance. The only significant advantage AMD has is in gaming, and that is due to their 3DNow! technology.
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Honestly, from what I have seen, the placement of the memory controller does not appear to have any significant effect on performance. The only significant advantage AMD has is in gaming, and that is due to their 3DNow! technology.
Actually the on the-die memory controller helps alot. It gets rid of an entire step that would have had to be done and plus AMD's HT is much more efficent than FSB anyways being 2 way..
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Actually the on the-die memory controller helps alot. It gets rid of an entire step that would have had to be done and plus AMD's HT is much more efficent than FSB anyways being 2 way..
Intels Yonah CPU performs virtaully even with AMD's X2, clock for clock - except in gaming. And the Yonah lacks an onboard memory controller.
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