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how are the new AMD chips gonna compare to conroe and such?
is it gonna be like it is now? like AMD totally killing intels

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post #23 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by Anandtech
Something that did strike me as very interesting is that Anand mentioned that this would be a part that is six months from being released. I find this quite odd as I had thought Intel was pushing for an early July release date, which is approximately four months away. There is something strange about the timeline Anand is pointing to, as it just doesn't jive with what most of us have heard. A 2.66 GHz part should be released during the introduction in July, but if it is going to be coming out in a September time frame, what exactly is going to be released in July? Currently Intel is hemorrhaging marketshare all over the place, and if a 2.66 GHz Conroe in its current state is slapping around a FX-60 clocked at 2.8 GHz, and doing it with lower power and lower heat production, why is this chip not ready for prime time? Why is Intel not releasing this product ASAP, especially in the face of rumors of Dell going to AMD products, as well as AMD's marketshare gains in multiple areas? Intel certainly has the fab capacity to ramp this design very quickly, and their 65 nm process is very robust. So what is the holdup? Unless Intel is stockpiling these products for a massive release, in a business sense it makes no sense to sit on such a product if it really is this ready and is beating the competition so badly.
You can be certain that the last thing Intel wants is an overstock of previous Netburst processors not only in their warehouses but also flying back to them as soon as Conroe is released.

The bottom line is of course much more important than holding the performance crown for a few months more, especially considering how long they have not held it and how well they still are performing worldwide.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Namrac
Intels have higher clock speeds, but AMDs are much more efficient per clock cycle. An FX60 will blow away any Extreme Edition out there.
I would take a Dothan 780 over that waffle anyday...
    
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