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It's 50% faster than a Core i7 950 while rendering, I don't think a Core i7 970/980x is 50% faster than a quad core Core i7.
Actually, assuming I'm reading the graphs correctly, it's supposed to be 100% faster than the Core i7-950 in rendering so it would seem as if Bulldozer will definitely beat Gulftown. The question is how will it compare to Sandy Bridge-E 6c when it gets released (probably some time in Q3'11)?
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Actually, assuming I'm reading the graphs correctly, it's supposed to be 100% faster than the Core i7-950 in rendering so it would seem as if Bulldozer will definitely beat Gulftown. The question is how will it compare to Sandy Bridge-E 6c when it gets released (probably some time in Q3'11)?
Well as long as it beats the i7-2600 i'll be happy
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Well I'm not. I've owned more AMD chips than I have INTEL chips.


Going back since I was 14 it's about 12 to 3, in AMDs favor.

$200 is my price range sweet spot, i5-2500k is a much better value for me than the 1090T or anything else in that area.

If you look at my post history, before Sandy Bridge I'd have argued for the AMD x6, as it provided good enough gaming, and better multi-threaded performance than the i5-760.

Times have changed, I haven't. I'm still a fanboi of price/performance, never a fanboi of companies. Because all they want is your money, they don't care about the end user, its all about the bottom dollar.
That doesn't make being a fanboi of anything necessarily good.
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Well I'm not. I've owned more AMD chips than I have INTEL chips.


Going back since I was 14 it's about 12 to 3, in AMDs favor.

$200 is my price range sweet spot, i5-2500k is a much better value for me than the 1090T or anything else in that area.

If you look at my post history, before Sandy Bridge I'd have argued for the AMD x6, as it provided good enough gaming, and better multi-threaded performance than the i5-760.

Times have changed, I haven't. I'm still a fanboi of price/performance, never a fanboi of companies. Because all they want is your money, they don't care about the end user, its all about the bottom dollar.
You're lucky AMD is even in the CPU biz or your sweet i5 wouldn't be in the $200 price range.
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Well as long as it beats the i7-2600 i'll be happy
It should, the i6-2600k is a mainstream 4 core 8 thread chip.

I won't be going AMD again unless their single thread performance is close to what I currently have, they have more cores, and the price is the same. It would be a major feat, but I think AMD is capable of it... We'll just have to see though.
    
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It should, the i6-2600k is a mainstream 4 core 8 thread chip.

I won't be going AMD again unless their single thread performance is close to what I currently have, they have more cores, and the price is the same. It would be a major feat, but I think AMD is capable of it... We'll just have to see though.
Bulldozer may out perform Sandy Bridge's single thread performance but we all overclock here. I don't think Bulldozer can reach 4.5-4.8Ghz on air like Sandy Bridge.
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Bulldozer may out perform Sandy Bridge's single thread performance but we all overclock here. I don't think Bulldozer can reach 4.5-4.8Ghz on air like Sandy Bridge.
No not everyone, maybe 73% of people here do but not everyone, I personally don't.
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lol - sadly I was hoping to use the one service that it affects, but since I had a P board I can't take advantage of streaming HD movies
this is intel products disadvantage, you must pay premium for features- you can´t use, or features you don´t want ..
    
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It should, the i6-2600k is a mainstream 4 core 8 thread chip.

I won't be going AMD again unless their single thread performance is close to what I currently have, they have more cores, and the price is the same. It would be a major feat, but I think AMD is capable of it... We'll just have to see though.
300€ = mainstream ? seriously?

single thread performance ? do you think that comes from architectural tweaks? Think again..

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"A few seconds later, that is, as soon as the thermal and energy buffer is used up, the cores drop back to their "all core" turbo frequency of 3.5 GHz (+ a few, courtesy of spread spectrum modulation). The only other possible explanation is that there is a lag in reporting the frequency based on the polling interval and that CPUZ consistently happened to hit that split second where only a single core was active but, in view of the "ramping history" of the reported frequencies, this appears somewhat unlikely.
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'SUSTAINED'
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"The 3.5 GHz frequency is maintained until the end of the workload. In summary, TurboBoost2 technology uses a real-time assessment of the thermal energy reserves of the CPU+heat sink and dynamically ramps the frequency and supply voltage to maximize the performance in a situation dependent manner."
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As soon as the actual workload is rendered by the cores, the frequency ramps up to 3.4 GHz, a bit later to 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7 GHz to reach the maximum frequency of 3.8 GHz sometime at approximately 10-12 sec into the workload. Note that all cores are busy during this period of time
This is NOT increased single thread performance, this is JUST a factory oveclocking, dear fanboy .
Are you sure, intel has way higher singlethread µarch.? Open your eyes, don´t be stupid..


Intel is well known for dirty tricks !
    
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Yes Intel does have better per clock performance. You can run that SB or any i7 at it's full turbo, in this case 3.8 ghz, and it will beat a Phenom II at 4.2Ghz in single thread performance, it's no longer debatable, it's just simple fact. i7 (probably all intel cpu's) use's more instructions per clock cycle than Phenom II's. This is something that BD is meant to be addressing, and should increase per clock performance.

Besides which, going back to your original point, Thubans have Turbo cores as well, 1090T stock is 3.2 with 3.6 turbo, but it doesn't make them compete clock for clock.
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