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It looks like Intel has bridged the gap yet again. Sadly it still isn't enough to "take over the crown" from the FX-60. It catches up in some of the synthetic benchmarks but I'd still give the win to AMD.
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It looks like Intel has bridged the gap yet again. Sadly it still isn't enough to "take over the crown" from the FX-60. It catches up in some of the synthetic benchmarks but I'd still give the win to AMD.
Thats right! intel
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new Presler has a lot of advantages. Among them we should first of all mention higher performance due to larger overall L2 cache memory that has been increased to 4GB (2GB for each core) and lower heat dissipation that has been reduced due to finer and more advanced manufacturing process.
Damn! Where did they get their Presler?

I think this goes to show that AMD isn't the clear leader anymore. Without mentioning the power consumption AMD and Intel dual cores are neck to neck.
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Damn! Where did they get their Presler?

I think this goes to show that AMD isn't the clear leader anymore. Without mentioning the power consumption AMD and Intel dual cores are neck to neck.
Wow, thats alot
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Wow, thats alot
It is a typo. The Preslers has 2x 2mb L2, for a total of 4mb.
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I think the "heat disipation: is a typo too....LOL
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