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Tw@t
care to xplain in non-idiotic language?!?!
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Is there anything to explain? Take a look in the mirror. You wanted to flame bait, does it rile you if some one calls you a tw@t?
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the OP is trying to compare an amd x6 with a NEW intel sandy bridge.. even current nehalem arch kick the arse of AMD, not even mention SB

flamebait FTW !!!
A Nehalem chip and a Phenom X6 are close in performance when it comes to multi threaded applications. Gaming isn't the only thing a processor is used for and many people here believe it is When it comes to a $70-$120 difference I would suggest a Phenom II x6 over a Nehalem because the difference isn't very major... A couple seconds? Who would be able to tell? Most people game at 1920 x 1080 and the video card takes all the load off the cpu so gaming performance is even now thanks to technology!
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All single threaded benchmarks do is see how fast a single core is, to show you how fast it will perform when the speed of the cores matter.

Mutli-threaded benchmarks use many cores to show you how fast the speed of a processor is when more cores are better than the speed of those cores.

Understand now
I have always understood the different benchmarks Professor Behemoth777! Please go back to sleep now.

Here are some Multithreaded benchmarks which matter most:


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i've been an amd fan for 10 years, but i'm not going to sit here and try to justify or defend last year's amd release vs. next years intel offering. a year is an eternity in terms of tech releases. there is no question that sandy is going to whip the current phenom's. the real debate won't come until bulldozer is released. i'm not going to jump ship just because intel currently has cpu domination- its unrealistic to me to think you can have the highest end tech for more than a year... same thing goes for ati/nvidia, one company releases new tech, [halo voice]takes the lead[/halo voice] until the other company releases their offering a few months later lost the leader... its how they make money
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A Nehalem chip and a Phenom X6 are close in performance when it comes to multi threaded applications. Gaming isn't the only thing a processor is used for and many people here believe it is When it comes to a $70-$120 difference I would suggest a Phenom II x6 over a Nehalem because the difference isn't very major... A couple seconds? Who would be able to tell? Most people game at 1920 x 1080 and the video card takes all the load off the cpu so gaming performance is even now thanks to technology!
Gaming only.. and thats all; have you see for example an video editing/encoding machine?!?! those are not a "couple of seconds" the difference can be abysmal.. i saw it in person i7 and x6; it literally make a day of difference in delivery time for the customer
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I have always understood the different benchmarks Professor Behemoth777! Please go back to sleep now.

Here are some Multithreaded benchmarks which matter most:
Which still prove the same point...
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I have always understood the different benchmarks Professor Behemoth777! Please go back to sleep now.

Here are some Multithreaded benchmarks which matter most:
"matter most" is your own opinion. Not everyone needs mutli-threaded performance, and even if they do, 4 faster cores will still be faster than 4 slower cores. Now you can go back to sleep.

Truth is, that if your on a budget, and you need a lot of bang for your buck, amd is the way to go. But if you have the money, and performance matters the most to you, you can't beat intel, period(with current technology that is).
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Which still prove the same point...

Very true! I never questioned the superiority of Sandy Bridge, just the usage of single threaded benchmarks as a comparision!
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Most people game at 1920 x 1080 and the video card takes all the load off the cpu so gaming performance is even now thanks to technology!
Even you say? Notice the X4 at 3.5Ghz and the 750 at 2.66? Both 20 frames ahead at 1920X1200

    
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