Originally Posted by 0bit
I think we need to look at this closer that we are right now. What the TPF for a 6904 for a 2600k and a hexa? What's the TPF for a 6903 on a 2600k and a hexa? Between myself and sstnt, my 2600k takes a min less on the 6903. I do not know what type of ram he's running though. In another thread, Jedixjarf takes 8 mins less than I do on his hexa. Just looking at the totals for this month doesn't really give us a realistic view on the difference on the chips. I got stuck with 2 6901 or my team could have been first. I don't think any of us just started up our systems at Sept. 1, 1201am.
I like how 0bit makes a good point and gets completely ignored. Where is the real data ? All I see is several pages of whining and biased opinions.
If they are even. Setup up a 2600K and 970/980x with same RAM and operating system, overclock them to max stable and get the TPF for the common work units. Data is probably already available.
My opinion, as if anyone cares. Making any changes this close to new hardware coming out (BD/SBE) then just having to make more changes in team structure in a couple more months is ridiculous.
I'm gonna go drink my coffee now.