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Not in this case. It HAS to be processed sequentially, HAS to is the paramount word here.
Also, you cannot split it into batches until you have parsed it and constructed a full tree, so that completely defeats the point. Dude, seriously, are you going to make a single post that will in any way be helpful ?
As much as people are helping you and trying to give suggestions and what not, insulting people who you think aren't helping isn't necessary. I for one can't think of an application where such as you are describing, but I do think that there are plenty of people here who are and have been able to help you solve your issues. For core performance, as many have suggested - Sandy Bridge is probably one of the best choices on the market right now. I just don't like to see people ask for help and then insult those when they are being told what they want to hear. Just my 2 cents.
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As much as people are helping you and trying to give suggestions and what not, insulting people who you think aren't helping isn't necessary. I for one can't think of an application where such as you are describing, but I do think that there are plenty of people here who are and have been able to help you solve your issues. For core performance, as many have suggested - Sandy Bridge is probably one of the best choices on the market right now. I just don't like to see people ask for help and then insult those when they are being told what they want to hear. Just my 2 cents.
Thanks for that, and may I take this opportunity to apologise to anyone who I may have offended. It certainly was not my intention to.
My problem with the last poster (one before you) is that he/she has not given a single post relating to what I had asked about, and therefore had not provided any positive/constructive ideas at all.
I know that you cannot think of an application that you are describing, and I do totally understand this, as I would have said the same thing had I been looking at this from your point of view. In reality, I thought the same until faced with this, and trust me there are still very, very specific scenarios where single threaded applications are needed and are indeed quicker for the processing they have to do. I would have never thought that this would be possible, but it is as I have tested this extensively.
Thank you for your advice for SB, and everyone else recommending the same. I will be going with this solution now.

Many thanks to all that have helped .
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Thanks for that, and may I take this opportunity to apologise to anyone who I may have offended. It certainly was not my intention to.
My problem with the last poster (one before you) is that he/she has not given a single post relating to what I had asked about, and therefore had not provided any positive/constructive ideas at all.
I know that you cannot think of an application that you are describing, and I do totally understand this, as I would have said the same thing had I been looking at this from your point of view. In reality, I thought the same until faced with this, and trust me there are still very, very specific scenarios where single threaded applications are needed and are indeed quicker for the processing they have to do. I would have never thought that this would be possible, but it is as I have tested this extensively.
Thank you for your advice for SB, and everyone else recommending the same. I will be going with this solution now.

Many thanks to all that have helped .
uh huh. /thread
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I pushed it to 1.6V (some instances up to 1.625V), and it was prime stable.
As an AMD guy, even I smell BS. also 10% load and you want a 980x whoop...whoop.

On other news I love coffee and Nori Wasabi peanuts.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 1/24/11 at 4:08pm
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