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Wow, nothing will satisfy you, will it? Get over yourself already rolleyes.gif

Get over myself?

When I tell someone what I think is right, I get mocked and insulted.

When others tell me what to think, I am insulted for not accepting it?

Why don't you just leave my thread.
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Get over myself?
Yes

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When I tell someone what I think is right, I get mocked and insulted.
Perhaps that should tell you something

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When others tell me what to think, I am insulted for not accepting it?
I'm sensing a pattern here, why aren't you?

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Why don't you just leave my thread.
Because it could be a decent thread, but it's cluttered by you constantly talking about how Z68 sucks. Why don't you edit your thoughts on Z68 in the original post, that way none of us have to hear about it again?
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That's from ASRock themselves, making it highly lacking credibility.

But hopefully we'll know more soon, seeing as the NDA has already been lifted.
Cmon bro, i'm a skeptic when it comes to this kinda stuff too, but you're being a little extreme. Sure, maybe the results are not 100% accurate to happen every time, but its hard to believe that this benchmark is just completely and utterly wrong and a discrete card will always beat an igp like you said.

This is even a 580 for pete's sake!

I'm not trying to flame, but obviously you werent 100% informed when it came to z68's use of the integrated graphics. I just wanted to clear the air a bit because you were misrepresenting the situation.

Like you said, it WOULD be dumb if intel released z68 with integrated graphics that were completely useless, but thats not the case

On a positive note, great work on the graph. Extremely handy.
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Troll Bait
Look, I hate Z68, okay?

I have good reasons. I don't care if you disagree, unless you have an argument.

Other than that, I'm defensive, so please don't annoy-quote my every word, lest I be tempted to counter such like in my younger days of feeling the need to pwn everything I saw.

From now on, I want a non-troll discussion about Z68.

Like it or hate it, this ad-hominem must stop before we all get infractions.
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Cmon bro, i'm a skeptic when it comes to this kinda stuff too, but you're being a little extreme. Sure, maybe the results are not 100% accurate to happen every time, but its hard to believe that this benchmark is just completely and utterly wrong and a discrete card will always beat an igp like you said.

This is even a 580 for pete's sake!

I'm not trying to flame, but obviously you werent 100% informed when it came to z68's use of the integrated graphics. I just wanted to clear the air a bit because you were misrepresenting the situation.

Like you said, it WOULD be dumb if intel released z68 with integrated graphics that were completely useless, but thats not the case

On a positive note, great work on the graph. Extremely handy.
I simply don't want to believe that an IGP with 12 SPs can beat a GPU with 512 SPs.

Is that so hard to understand?
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I simply don't want to believe that an IGP with 12 SPs can beat a GPU with 512 SPs.

Is that so hard to understand?
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The main feature within this is Intel Quick Sync Video and Lucid Virtu software which is designed to speed up the Video File Converting process.
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Benchmark Results: Video Transcoding

The entire reason to lust after an app like Virtu is its ability to expose access to the best features from one graphics vendor without blocking access to the capabilities from another vendor. In this case, we’re talking about Intel’s Quick Sync technology and the DirectX 11-based performance of modern discrete cards.

Before we jump into the 3D tests, let’s first be sure we’re getting the full benefit of Quick Sync.
Death Race Trailer, Virtu Enabled
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Core i7-2600K w/ Quick Sync
:17
Core i7-2600K w/o Quick Sync
1:31
there ya go. An actual benchmark not given to us by the manufacturer. This comes from someone who actually had a z68 in their hands for testing, not pure speculation like you seem to be doing. If you want to read through the whole 10 page article explaining how you're wrong, here it is http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...tion,2877.html

Its a main selling point of the chipset. Not really sure how it got by you, but now you know. No sense arguing about it further.

there comes a time to admit you are wrong. Now is that time.
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Its not just the OP who was wrong, thats the thing is much bigger. I saw a lot of people on these forums buy a P67, and sometimes its hard to accept the fact that a new board just might be better. A lot better for a lot of people, basically anyone who rips a video disc who isn't after perfect quality. And even then the Z68 can overclock and the cpu rendering is just as fast as a P67. Gigabyte even released a Z68 with no video out, what does that tell you about thier plans for P67? The P67 was an OK board but its been surpassed.
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there ya go. An actual benchmark not given to us by the manufacturer. This comes from someone who actually had a z68 in their hands for testing, not pure speculation like you seem to be doing. If you want to read through the whole 10 page article explaining how you're wrong, here it is http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...tion,2877.html

Its a main selling point of the chipset. Not really sure how it got by you, but now you know. No sense arguing about it further.

there comes a time to admit you are wrong. Now is that time.
Look, I really don't want to fight with you.

That benchmark was clearly IGP vs. no IGP with no mention of CUDA.

But fine, sure, I'll admit whatever you want to get you off my back.
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there ya go. An actual benchmark not given to us by the manufacturer. This comes from someone who actually had a z68 in their hands for testing, not pure speculation like you seem to be doing...

there comes a time to admit you are wrong. Now is that time.
As Track mentioned, that result doesn't appear to have any bearing on his claims. I think it is perfectly acceptable to be sceptical of manufacturers' claims. Still, it does seem that the IGP technology will be difficult for cuda to beat in any meaningful way.

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I apologize for jumping on you. You did not deserve that

I get a lot of flack from folks always telling me not to get the hardware I like coz all I do is surf the net...download bluray content and stream it to my home theater. I can get by on Pentium,but I don't want to. I like to upgrade often just because I can...not because I need to.

I'm an old fart...made my money years ago and now I like to buy stuff.

Apology accepted ?
Always gives me hope for humanity when forum contributors are willing to do something other than argue to the bitter end. Apology accepted, of course.

I'm interested in hearing the value proposition between competing platforms. So if you defend the Z68s, because it's worth it 'to you', and you have to money to indulge, it's still worth debating whether the features represent real progress, as I hate to see marketing hype take people for a ride.

/preach
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s I hate to see marketing hype take people for a ride.

/preach

The hype was with th P67, it needed it because most smart money was waiting for Z68 anyway. Virtu is hype, SSD cashe is hype.

But non-virtu Quicksynch isn't, and neither is overclocking. The Z68 has both. But at this point if you are stuck with a P67 you may want to consider holding out till the new chipsets at the end of the year.
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