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SB is 4 core cause it is a mainstream socket...

Wait for Ivy bridge 8core cpus.
    
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Originally Posted by AliceInChains;11869034 
your forgetting how many of us here @ ocn run benchmarks.

Don't get me wrong, if your goal is just to score high in multithreaded benchmarks, yeah, go ahead and get a six core. I'm just saying for practical purposes, there is no benefit to having one.
    
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Originally Posted by EfemaN;11867024 
Core i7's generally outperform X6's, depending on clocks and application, with or without HT. I don't see your point.

The GFLOP output of an AMD 6 core out performs a i7 4c/8t by about 20GLFOPs, HT on or off. But it does not reflect real world performance.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/869018-intel-amd-gflops-data-thread-looking.html

But anyways, whatever.
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Originally Posted by Domino;11869158 
The GFLOP output of an AMD 6 core out performs a i7 4c/8t by about 20GLFOPs, HT on or off. But it does not reflect real world performance.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/869018-intel-amd-gflops-data-thread-looking.html

But anyways, whatever.

PS3 is capable of 364 GFLOPS but it doesn't mean anything.

Over 30 benchmarks including real world and synthetic.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/100?vs=146

i7 950 @ 3GHz vs 1090T @ 3.2GHz. 1090T loses more than 25 of them.
 
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Originally Posted by PanicProne;11868676 
I'm upgrading from LGA 775 smile.gif

Q9550 and P5Q Pro, to be precise. Great CPU, don't get me wrong, it would easily last me another 2 years for gaming. I just sold it for a nice price.

Ahh nice! SB is a perfect upgrade for people coming from the 775 socket, especially if you sold your CPU well too.

Congrats.

Be sure to post some benchmarks when you put it together.

Btw - what is your primary use? Is it going to be for gaming primarily, or are you going to be using programs that benefit from Hyper Threading?

People who are mainly gaming on their rigs, and don't do things like video editing, rendering, and hardly use programs that actually use Hyper Threading, are much better off going with a 2500k and saving the $100, and putting that towards a better mobo, or RAM, etc.

For my every day use, I actually run my computer without HT on a 4.2 OC, and I only turn HT ON when I actually need it. I feel the computer is more solid, stable, and crisp when you're browsing the web, gaming, and other every day use, compared to when HT is on all the time.

I ran my computer with HT ON for about 6 months, and I can notice a difference, and I'm not the only one:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/900700-4-20-ghz-only-most-stable.html

I go into detail and support what he says around page 5, 'cuz I tested it, and noticed a huge difference.
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Originally Posted by Clairvoyant129;11869419 
PS3 is capable of 364 GFLOPS but it doesn't mean anything.

Over 30 benchmarks including real world and synthetic.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/100?vs=146

i7 950 @ 3GHz vs 1090T @ 3.2GHz. 1090T loses more than 25 of them.
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Originally Posted by Domino;11869158 
The GFLOP output of an AMD 6 core out performs a i7 4c/8t by about 20GLFOPs, HT on or off. But it does not reflect real world performance.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/869018-intel-amd-gflops-data-thread-looking.html

But anyways, whatever.

Yo dawg, I bolded what you read so you could reread what you read. tongue.gif
post #57 of 57
wow this thread blew up like crazy, and *** did i just see a PS3 comment. I wish intel would stick with single socket for a while.
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