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What is the equation that would give an estimated conversion of AMD mhz to Intel mhz?
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Amd*1.5=intel
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* if its after and not including the pentium 3 generation, and if its not a Pentium "M" (both of which are 6 ops/cycle like the amd's).
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* if its after and not including the pentium 3 generation, and if its not a Pentium "M" (both of which are 6 ops/cycle like the amd's).
P3 = 5 ops/cyc
P4 up to P(M) is 6 ops/cyc
P(M) is 9 ops/cyc

AMD is 9 ops/cyc.


Depends on which processor you are referring to.
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Originally Posted by Xavier1421
P3 = 5 ops/cyc
P4 up to P(M) is 6 ops/cyc
P(M) is 9 ops/cyc

AMD is 9 ops/cyc.


Depends on which processor you are referring to.
ya sry fogot it was 9/6 not 6/4

thx for the correction

thought the p3's were 9 ops tho...
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thought the p3's were 9 ops tho...
I think they are...
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I think they are...
http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...5E1040,00.html

Then AMD lies!
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post #8 of 9
Heck, i thought it was 9 aswell!, it was to do with the P3's having shorter pipelines and a better architecture.
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its hard to explain because you can't really have a universal equasion for a 32 bit intel vs a 64 bit athlon 64 performance wise...
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