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post #71 of 91
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Originally Posted by Jori
.. No, its the 4400+.. Look again.
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When the Core Duo is used in a desktop environment (something which Intel is now marketing as a fully supported scenario), we see performance levels right about on par with the fastest AMD Athlon64 X2 processors. In the majority of cases however, AMD’s top of the line FX-60 processor does take the performance cake. However, the FX-60 processor is also quite a bit more expensive compared to the top of the line Intel Core Duo T2600 ($1100 vs. $750), and also consumes about twice as much power under heavy load. While the FX-60 may be a faster performer, we would go as far as to say that the Core Duo is a more attractive processor as a whole compared to the FX-60.
Since when was the 4400+ the fastest X2 processor?
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post #72 of 91
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
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.
You're overlooking the large chunk of the population that won't be upgrading within a year and want it to last longer. Not having 64bit capability is an aweful decision IMO. Who the heck would buy a laptop knowing it won't run the next OS?
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post #73 of 91
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You're overlooking the large chunk of the population that won't be upgrading within a year and want it to last longer. Not having 64bit capability is an aweful decision IMO. Who the heck would buy a laptop knowing it won't run the next OS?
And that general population doesn't even know what 32bit or 64bit is. They probably won't be able to notice the difference. Vista comes in 32 bit.

I agree with you, it is stupid. Why would you make a top of the line processor, and make it 32bit. :***:
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post #74 of 91
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Since when was the 4400+ the fastest X2 processor?
Look at the benchmarks, I see it benching at a 4400's level.
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Vista will be available in 32-bit.

So after 3+ years the long awaited period of "64-bit" will finally come to an end? That's funny.

Now, I can't wait for the software/game developers to overflow the market with 64-bit apps/softs as well, now, how long would that take?

64-bit is more about hardware than software people, get some 4GB of RAM and yes, 64-bit will outshine 32-bit but 64-bit and 1GB RAM or least to say? 2GB!, won't cut it.
post #76 of 91
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
You sound like a disgrunted AMD fanboy. Yonah that are already on the market are boasting 17s superpi times. Conroe is an IMPROVEMENT on the Yonah. Yonah has 11 pipelines, Conroe has 14. Yonah has 3 execution lanes, Conroe has 4. Yonah has 2x1mb L2, Conroe has 4mb L2. Yonah has 667Mhz FSB, Conroe has 1066 Mhz FSB. The performance is real, you can deny it all you want, but that just makes you a fanboy.

Yea but current Athlon's outperform Yonah on almost every bencmark except SuperPi. My point is a SuperPi score is not everything and as someone already mentioned Intel may be tweaking these chips for SuperPi scores. i think Conroe will definitely be a good perfomer but I also think if AMD can get their CPU's to scale above 3Ghz. that they will give Conroe a run for it's money. Just my two cents please don't flame the crap out of me.

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post #77 of 91
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Yea but current Athlon's outperform Yonah on almost every bencmark except SuperPi. My point is a SuperPi score is not everything and as someone already mentioned Intel may be tweaking these chips for SuperPi scores. i think Conroe will definitely be a good perfomer but I also think if AMD can get their CPU's to scale above 3Ghz. that they will give Conroe a run for it's money. Just my two cents please don't flame the crap out of me.

That is not true. The MOBILE Yonah is MATCHING high-end dual core AMD DESKTOP systems. We are talking 4400+ 4600+ 4800+ and FX60, not to mention the Opterons. And this is at stock speeds. When you put a mobile chip under desktop cooling it can overclock quite a bit.
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post #78 of 91
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That is not true. The MOBILE Yonah is MATCHING high-end dual core AMD DESKTOP systems. We are talking 4400+ 4600+ 4800+ and FX60, not to mention the Opterons. And this is at stock speeds. When you put a mobile chip under desktop cooling it can overclock quite a bit.
Ive 2.7GHz + on the 2600 over at XS, i personally would get one, but im waiting for conroe
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post #79 of 91
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Ive 2.7GHz + on the 2600 over at XS, i personally would get one, but im waiting for conroe
One guy benchmarked one at 3.5Ghz. They are saying that about 2.8 to 3.0 is obtainable on the Aopen heatsink and fan that comes with the motherboard.
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post #80 of 91
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One guy benchmarked one at 3.5Ghz. They are saying that about 2.8 to 3.0 is obtainable on the Aopen heatsink and fan that comes with the motherboard.
Yea, i wish i had money, i would so just buy the Core Duo T2500 @2.0 and mod my xp-90 on those Aopen S479 boards...haha, maybe just get the attachment and save 400* instead of upgrading everything

They on in SuperPi and game well as any AMD
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