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Is it just me, or wouldnt you expect something with 4 mb of cache to outperform something else with way less cache in superPI which using less than the on die cache. Use some benchmarks that use more ram for god sakes, superPI means nothing because all of it can be loaded on the friggen chip, so what's the point? ...

I know that didn't exactly make sense..I'm sure some one knows what I'm rambling about!
    
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post #62 of 91
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I wish I could find that quote by Bill Gates where he said "we will never need more than 64k of memory."
I believe he said that to improve his sales... seems like a marketing ploy
    
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post #63 of 91
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Originally Posted by r3tard
Is it just me, or wouldnt you expect something with 4 mb of cache to outperform something else with way less cache in superPI which using less than the on die cache. Use some benchmarks that use more ram for god sakes, superPI means nothing because all of it can be loaded on the friggen chip, so what's the point? ...

I know that didn't exactly make sense..I'm sure some one knows what I'm rambling about!
Well the 4mb is real, its there, and it is added performance. There is a lot of memory bandwidth that is important, I did a test on it here:

http://www.overclock.net/885707-post47.html
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Paul, in your 2nd benchmark you posted the Yonah at 2.16 is on par or is beaten by a X2 4400+, digging yourself a hole much? lol.

And K10 is going to be AMD's 65nm chips, they are skipping K9 all together.

And I think you misread ******* post, he's basically saying duh Super Pi benefits from the added cache because so much of it can just be loaded onto it, now in real world performance, like a article from a blog said will be less because it cant be all loaded onto the cache, and once it uses the memory it see's decreases in scores.
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Originally Posted by Jori
Paul, in your 2nd benchmark you posted the Yonah at 2.16 is on par or is beaten by a X2 4400+, digging yourself a hole much? lol.

And K10 is going to be AMD's 65nm chips, they are skipping K9 all together.

And I think you misread ******* post, he's basically saying duh Super Pi benefits from the added cache because so much of it can just be loaded onto it, now in real world performance, like a article from a blog said will be less because it cant be all loaded onto the cache, and once it uses the memory it see's decreases in scores.
Ohh you are refering to this one:

http://www.gamepc.com/labs/view_cont...coreduo&page=1

That Yonah is using a different motherboard. And the performance is more in the range of a 4800+, which means that the Yonah is performing better per clock that the AMD dual cores.
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Ohh you are refering to this one:

http://www.gamepc.com/labs/view_cont...coreduo&page=1

That Yonah is using a different motherboard. And the performance is more in the range of a 4800+, which means that the Yonah is performing better per clock that the AMD dual cores.
.. No, its the 4400+.. Look again.
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post #67 of 91
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Originally Posted by Jori
.. No, its the 4400+.. Look again.
"However, the Core Duo’s lack of 64-bit processing will be a stumbling block, and the inability to use SLI graphics card configurations with the Core Duo processor will keep ultra-high end gamers away"

Why on Earth did they decide to leave out 64bit?
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post #68 of 91
When was the last time you were running 64-bit? It's been 3+ years since the introduction of a 64-bit CPU for the desktop, yet to this date........who runs it?

64-bit is as good as using PC-100, for the current desktop market that is. And even Vista will come on a 32-bit flavor.
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When was the last time you were running 64-bit? It's been 3+ years since the introduction of a 64-bit CPU for the desktop, yet to this date........who runs it?

64-bit is as good as using PC-100, for the current desktop market that is. And even Vista will come on a 32-bit flavor.
I'll be on 64 bit within a year.
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I'll be on 64 bit within a year.
The Yonah isn't meant to last a year. It is a processor made by Intel to try and hold off AMD until Core. Meron will replace Yonah shortly. Therefore as odd as it seems, there is nothing wrong with it being 32bit.
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