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Originally Posted by gamingowiz View Post
An 8 core CPU has 50% performance on a 4 core 2 year old CPU?
Wow, that's aghhh, really something. Lets hope that this report is to be false and there is a greater distance in performance in the two CPUs...

as for the argument alot of you are having, who cares what brand has the more powerful product, at then end of the day people are looking for performance for the price.. unless you do have the money
Who confirmed that it was an 8-core CPU that had been leaked anyway? no one. And a quad core with hyper threading has 8 logical cores according to Intel so it's just a better way of creating a CPU from AMD(if it was their oct-core which it might not be). Also, Sandy bridge only has 30% more performance than those two year old quad cores with hyperthreading so what's with the sarcasm?
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post #172 of 181
I don't know guys, have you seen the really big Bulldozers? The small ones are good for moving dirt, but the big ones, well... they're excellent for moving tons of heavy rock.

Pretty sure if you get a really big bulldozer and a really big dump truck, you can move a lot of stuff.
    
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post #173 of 181
Bull Dozer will be the "enthusiast platform". For those who are slightly less enthusiastic Hand-shovel and Rake will be the "mainstream platform". As we all know you're not allowed to compare the "enthusiast" and "mainstream" platforms. Not exactly sure if it's some kind of earth moving device or a platform for enthusiasts to stand on.
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as far as im concerned im willing to accept 10% slower than an i7 if it costs less.
    
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post #175 of 181
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as far as im concerned im willing to accept 10% slower than an i7 if it costs less.
The issue with that is that the i7 has been out a while and the manufacturing process no doubt is highly efficient. I suspect Intel have a lot of room in their pricing and if they saw a direct competitor, could reduce the price to match Bulldozer.

You then have to consider that they may bring some new SB chips to the table that are the same price, but a lot faster than Bulldozer. It is hard to tell though because no one here really has a good idea of what Intel have up their sleeves.
post #176 of 181
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The issue with that is that the i7 has been out a while and the manufacturing process no doubt is highly efficient. I suspect Intel have a lot of room in their pricing and if they saw a direct competitor, could reduce the price to match Bulldozer.

You then have to consider that they may bring some new SB chips to the table that are the same price, but a lot faster than Bulldozer. It is hard to tell though because no one here really has a good idea of what Intel have up their sleeves.
i7-2600 has been out less than two weeks, what are you talking about?

...and no one knows what Bulldozer will bring either, and so it goes round and round, and round at least until Q2...
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post #177 of 181
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An 8 core CPU has 50% performance on a 4 core 2 year old CPU?
Wow, that's aghhh, really something. Lets hope that this report is to be false and there is a greater distance in performance in the two CPUs...

as for the argument alot of you are having, who cares what brand has the more powerful product, at then end of the day people are looking for performance for the price.. unless you do have the money
look at this picture and tell me where you see 8 full cores.

    
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post #178 of 181
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look at this picture and tell me where you see 8 full cores.

Is that a trick question? It clearly shows Cores 1 through 8. Stop nitpicking, nobody cares what you think a full core should be.


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It just looks or sound like (we)are “would be” paying for 8-cores but just getting 4-full ones and 4-half ones.
Why not sale them my “modules” x4modules would be 4-full and 4-half cores;
that is what Intel is doing with HT you pay for it but it sound like your get more for you dollar.
With Intel you go to buy a 6 or 4 cores processor and you get 6 or 4 full cores and 4/6 HT .
I’m an AMD stock holder and I ? this.
You will get 8 cores with 8 full execution pipelines and 12 total schedulers, 8 for int, 4 for FP.
With Intel you get 6 cores, 6 execution pipeleines and only 6 schedulers as their scheduler has to do both FP and Int.
Shared resources are nothing new, if you look through an intel processor you will see plenty of shared circuitry. What REALLY matters is the integer execution pipelines and these are all dedicated, not shared.
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post #179 of 181
I hope AMD spanks Intel this round...I think we can all agree on the fact that Intel has been #1 for too long. I miss the Athlon 64 days.
post #180 of 181
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So let me get this straight... the 8 core NEW architecture is 50% faster than a two year old architecture with half the cores and I assume this is a well threaded application?

So basically 100% more cores = 50% more performance?
This ^

AMD I am disappoint.
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