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^^ What beers said... And MHz = little these days.... Architechture gets better, cpu's perform bettter.. Q6600 vs Q9550 vs i5-750 vs i7-920, all clock for clock whats the results??

Same speed / different architecture = faster cpu...


BUT!!

I want both...

Whats wrong with that???

8 cores, HT on 16 threads at 5.5GHz!!!!

Come on intel, bring it on!!!!
Edited by 10acjed - 2/20/11 at 7:46pm
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more cores are only necisary for multi tasking work , all in all clock speed is more important than the amount of cores present.
    
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^^ What beers said... And MHz = little these days.... Architechture gets better, cpu's perform bettter.. Q6600 vs Q9550 vs i5-750 vs i7-920, all clock for clock whats the results??

Same speed / different architecture = faster cpu...
Q6600 and Q9550 at the same clock speed would perform near-identically since they're the same architecture, just different revisions. i5 750 and i7 920 will perform very similarly unless hyperthreading or massive PCIe bandwidth are used.
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Being still somewhat new to the enthusiast computing category, I have yet to do something my sig rig cannot kill.

Gaming, Video Encoding, and other applications like Photoshop, Flash, In design, and After Effects CS5.

We don't need half the computing power acceptable to us. The industry is going to milk the technology they already have for as long as they can. Notice how most retail builds are sub par to run the OS, anti-virus, and one program. Thats what keeps you back buying more. If companies pushed the latest technology at full effect every time they could, it would cost them more money, and less people would be able to afford computers, especially in this economy.


I can almost guarantee AMD and Intel has the technology to release a 6GHz Quad core processor NEXT YEAR if they HAD too. The point is, they don't have to. Nothing requires that, so why would companies spend more money to advance further when they can release a minor upgrade and STILL have people like most on OCN drooling all over it. Not only would they have some of us drooling all over it, THEY CAN GET YOU PAYING 1,000 DOLLARS FOR IT TOO!!!
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Once you start hitting the limit of frequency on a given architecture, just start adding more cores. Why spend millions on R&D to squeeze another 200-300 mhz out of your architecture when you can simply take what you've already designed, shove more of them in one package, and have x the processing power for a significantly decreased cost?
Pretty much just said what I said in a small paragraph. I love when people do that.
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i think you guys are missing the point if you can increase the GHZ you wont have to incrase the amout of transistors. Which means you can have smaller cgips which means we can have faster phones that are smaller.
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Q6600 and Q9550 at the same clock speed would perform near-identically since they're the same architecture, just different revisions. i5 750 and i7 920 will perform very similarly unless hyperthreading or massive PCIe bandwidth are used.
The extra 4MB of L2 cache in the q9xxx revisions gives it a slight boost(only like 5-10% at most)
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Pretty much just said what I said in a small paragraph. I love when people do that.
It was a TL;DR response. Glad to know you enjoy taking credit, though.
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Pretty much just said what I said in a small paragraph. I love when people do that.
That really isn't what you said at all.
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