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post #51 of 91
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Originally Posted by Nasgul
And the benches keep coming: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=97395

Need I to remind that:

Running your system at only 2.72GHz on air (stock Intel heatsink) with stock volts.......how can you put a price on this?

2x ATI x1900 cards in crossfire on stock air at only 712 core/738 mem.....$850

Stock Intel D975XBX motherboard.....$210

Taking the WR in AM3 away from AMD running with phase on the CPU and GPUs .......priceless

Let's see what an ASUS will have to say about that.
Wow he beat a phased system with only stock cooling
Very nice!
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post #52 of 91
Since the top 3dmark06 score says something like "Intel you can't touch this FX60" I think he should submit a 3dmark06 score.
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post #53 of 91
^^ which.. he hasnt. I like how nothing on the conroe has been submitted and given a validation, and we should all know by now though chips given out first are always, or almost always "cherry picked", or rather the best chips they have at that time.

And Pauldovi, I said Athlon64 X2, not AM2, AM2 is faster than 939 Athlons in every aspect, even if its not by much.

And is it being mobile suppose to impress? AM2 is more impressive to me at least, it being 90nm and still having low W's.
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post #54 of 91
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Originally Posted by Remonster
W00t! Lol, not only does Intel have the upcoming Conroe that does 16s 1M but they also have current gen Yonah that does under 18s 1M! For comparison my Pentium D 930 at 4.2GHz can barely muster 31s! lmao that Conroe is twice as fast at calculating Pi. Now I know that these CPUs are heavily overclocked but thats how they'll exist in our machines anyways, well in mine anyways. Chalk me up for the E6700 with twice the L2 cache of that 6400
Yonah isn't a very good core for doing anything but Super Pi. Look at these benchmarks compared to just an AMD X2 and you'll be less than impressed.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...nah+benchmarks
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post #55 of 91
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Originally Posted by sccr64472
Yonah isn't a very good core for doing anything but Super Pi. Look at these benchmarks compared to just an AMD X2 and you'll be less than impressed.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...nah+benchmarks
lol ouch.. And if Conroe is directly linked off of Yonah, we may see good performance yes, but the people thus far may have just picked out benchmarks they knew it would perform well in.
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And look at these from http://techreport.com/reviews/2006q2.../index.x?pg=5:
































A 2.16Ghz Yonah dances with a 2.6Ghz FX60.... Beating it in some, losing in others. But it is 400Mhz sllower!

Here is another Yonah review:

http://www.gamepc.com/labs/view_cont...coreduo&page=1
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I cant wait until AMD develops reverse hyper threading...
    
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post #58 of 91
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I cant wait until AMD develops reverse hyper threading...
The so called "anti-HT" is pure spectuation. There is no news article or AMD report that talks about this so called "anti-HT." It is made up, doesn't exist! It just a myth.
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post #59 of 91
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
The so called "anti-HT" is pure spectuation. There is no news article or AMD report that talks about this so called "anti-HT." It is made up, doesn't exist! It just a myth.
http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/84...nverse-ht.html
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AMD is planning to implement inverse-HT in its K10 architecture. What exactly is inverse-HT? Basically, it should allow you to use 2 processors as 1. This should bring a performance boost in applications that are not yet multi-threaded. In my opinion, by the time that the K10 architecture hits the shelves, most applications are likely to be multi-threaded anyway, and there will not be a need for inverse-HT
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Arn't we on K7? or K8? Arn't we well away from K10? I wish I could find that quote by Bill Gates where he said "we will never need more than 64k of memory." K10 is so far into the future, it is specualtion. Intel is planning 256 core computers on its next architecture.... Doesn't mean it will happen.
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