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Ahh c'mon man, your hurting the people that bought a 980x for 1000,-

hehehe
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Do I get a cookie? I said the 2600K is *around* the same performance as a 980x, and yes there are a few benchmarks were the 980x stomps the 2600k and vise versa...Which is why I said they are around the same. But in most cases, the 2600k is ahead.
Pure win.

@ _Gtech:

Now imagine the 2600k overclocked to 5ghz, and you can get a close picture of the results.

Of course the 980x can also pull amazing OCs, but they top out at around 4.3-4.4ghz.

If that kind of performance performance is not worth the 300$ to you, then that's your problem

AMD will have trouble matching the power of Sandy Bridge.
Edited by PanicProne - 2/8/11 at 2:58pm
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The exact opposite would happen.

With Intel holding the monopoly, they could pull any price they wanted. And if you thought it was too expensive, well, too bad, they would be your ONLY choice. You don't want that. Do you?

You better pray AMD comes up with a decent line of CPUs.
Essentially PanicProne you have said what I'm trying to convey here all over the OC.net boards....

Come on people this isn't rocket science!!!

AMD HAS GOT TO DELIVER OR FOLD UP!!!!!

And in the end, if AMD does NOT deliver, WE THE CONSUMER WILL GET HURT!!!!

Of course this could have been the collaboration from the beginning, here sign this and get 1.25 billion dollars, in agreement, you will do this...
(KIDDING!) lol...
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I'm rooting for AMD. However, I'll still be going Intel regardless. It sucks, but I just don't want to use a "hack" to do two way or three way SLI for my future builds, and I don't see AMD coming to an agreement with Nvidia.

I suppose the Lucid Hydra chip has some potential in assisting AMD with this, but currently, there seem to be some issues that need to be addressed with their drivers.

For gaming, the chances are that I'll never see the full potential of any of these chips regardless of which way I choose to go.
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I lol'd

Yes, of course. The die shrink is clearly Sandy Bridge should have been, but then we'd end up with Nehalem on 22nm
You assume that I was referring to die shrink...

Clearly not the case, I'm talking about the missing instruction sets..!!!

Do some research so you don't sound so silly..
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Do I get a cookie? I said the 2600K is *around* the same performance as a 980x, and yes there are a few benchmarks were the 980x stomps the 2600k and vise versa...Which is why I said they are around the same. But in most cases, the 2600k is ahead.
You must have completely missed what I said.

If all 6 cores and 12 threads of a 980x are used, a 2500k/2600k cannot compete. SB is only about 10-20% faster clock for clock compared to previous i5/i7's.... it's only common sense that cannot come close to two extra cores which would yield about a 30-50% performance increase (assuming full utilization).

This is a good example. (Cinebench)
Edited by GameBoy - 2/8/11 at 3:20pm
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I'm rooting for AMD. However, I'll still be going Intel regardless. It sucks, but I just don't want to use a "hack" to do two way or three way SLI for my future builds, and I don't see AMD coming to an agreement with Nvidia.

I suppose the Lucid Hydra chip has some potential in assisting AMD with this, but currently, there seem to be some issues that need to be addressed with their drivers.

For gaming, the chances are that I'll never see the full potential of any of these chips regardless of which way I choose to go.
This is funny, as if NVIDIA is the only viable Video Solution...

That's clearly not the case, neither is SLI all that and a bag of chips..
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You must have completely missed what I said.

If all 6 cores and 12 threads of a 980x are used, a 2500k/2600k cannot compete. SB is only about 10-20% faster clock for clock compared to previous i5/i7's.... it's only common sense that cannot come close to two extra cores which would yield about a 30-50% performance increase (assuming full utilization).

$300 vs $1000 a no brainer though correct?
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Yes Panic Prone, i7-2600k is like w/o the $....

Not much to hate about that chip....

vs an i7-950 it's a clear choice which CPU to get IF you are upgrading...

It makes the best HTPC the world has every seen too!! PERFECT HTPC!!!

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But to assume Bulldozer will NOT be able to compete against Sandy Bridge very well may be flawed logic....

Like I said, it's either bring it or fold up shop!!!! AMD has to...

Like "The Rock" says...

"Just Bring It!!!"
Edited by _GTech - 2/8/11 at 3:15pm
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$300 vs $1000 a no brainer though correct?
Of course, the 2600k is much better value than the 980x... but the latter is still a better processor.

Besides, I doubt money would be any object to somebody buying a 980x.
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