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post #291 of 10602
Will the shared integer core of the bulldozer module prevent running bigadv units on the 4 module desktop version of bulldozer?
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post #292 of 10602
hmmm amd really need to get their act together before everyone jumps on sandy bridge, i really want bulldozer but the waiting could kill & sandy bridge is looking beasty
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post #293 of 10602
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hmmm amd really need to get their act together before everyone jumps on sandy bridge, i really want bulldozer but the waiting could kill & sandy bridge is looking beasty
There are many fools out there that will buy Intel despite their better judgement. The wise man knows that an Intel only world is to be greatly feared. Therefore, I will only buy AMD and support only AMD. AMD has served me well since my DX 120 and will continue to do so as long as I live. --> Intel
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Only 2 mainstream CPU manufacturers is bad enough. A one chip maker market would be highly undesirable. +1 rep!
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post #295 of 10602
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Will the shared integer core of the bulldozer module prevent running bigadv units on the 4 module desktop version of bulldozer?
There is no shared integer core on bulldozer.
post #296 of 10602
I am really looking forward to this.

Even though Intel always rushes things to market and seems to have the upper hand on things AMD still manages to pull the rabbit out of the hat from time to time.

Even so, the AMD parts always run cooler and more efficient. I for one use this as key ingredients when building a 24/7 rig for myself or customers. Heat is always a concern and even AMD realizes this with the 6000 series card. Cooler and more efficient over the 5000 series.

I always choose AMD for 99% of my builds and I have built many of both camps. I currently have an i7 in my sig but most of my rigs are AMD...

Good Job AMD
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whhhatt bulldozer is in 4 months? I've been waiting since last summer to upgrade. Damn.
4 months?

I've been waiting since the Phenom I days! I can't talk myself into a Thuban 'cause I keep on thinking something new is just around the corner. So I'm still making do with my ancient conroe Pentium.

I sure hope Q2 implies early March, rather than late May.
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I sure hope Q2 implies early March, rather than late May.
March is Q1.
post #299 of 10602
I'm kinda confused about the core counts (and I'm really not up to reading 30 pages worth of posts). Which of the following statements is correct, at least as it pertains to marketing?

4 modules = 4 cores
4 modules = 8 cores
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post #300 of 10602
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Originally Posted by rui-no-onna View Post
I'm kinda confused about the core counts (and I'm really not up to reading 30 pages worth of posts). Which of the following statements is correct, at least as it pertains to marketing?

4 modules = 4 cores
4 modules = 8 cores
I may be wrong but from what I have read its your second statement.
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