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This is quite interesting... I was hoping the high-end Bulldozer chips would be cheaper than Intel. But prehaps this is a good hint that Bulldozer will be quite competitive with Sandy Bridge.

Full article here... decided not to make a new thread since this is rather similar.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/dis...Bulldozer.html
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50% improvement over Phenom 2 would make bulldozer FASTER then Ivy Bridge
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This is quite interesting... I was hoping the high-end Bulldozer chips would be cheaper than Intel. But prehaps this is a good hint that Bulldozer will be quite competitive with Sandy Bridge.

Full article here... decided not to make a new thread since this is rather similar.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/dis...Bulldozer.html
It says system price, not cpu price, since when is a 2500k > $700?

Not that I believe it but still..
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50% improvement over Phenom 2 would make bulldozer FASTER then Ivy Bridge
Sure ?
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That graph can't be right, the i7 2600 costs $330.00 not $700.00.
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That graph can't be right, the i7 2600 costs $330.00 not $700.00.


Its system price.Whole system i think.
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Per clock basis...

Phenom 2 is the same as a 45nm Intel Core 2 Quad.

i7 Nehealm = 15% faster per clock then 45nm Core 2 Quad and Phenom 2

i7 Sandy Bridge = 10% faster per clock then i7 Nehealm.

i7 Ivy Bridge = 20% faster per clock then i7 Sandy Bridge.

So...

i7 Ive Bridge = 45% faster per clock then Core 2 Quad and Phenom 2.

Equals...

Bulldozer = 5% faster per clock then i7 Ivy Bridge.
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Assuming your percentages are correct, then its good to know.Cant wait for reviews.
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Per clock basis...

Phenom 2 is the same as a 45nm Intel Core 2 Quad.

i7 Nehealm = 15% faster per clock then 45nm Core 2 Quad and Phenom 2

i7 Sandy Bridge = 10% faster per clock then i7 Nehealm.

i7 Ivy Bridge = 20% faster per clock then i7 Sandy Bridge.

So...

i7 Ive Bridge = 45% faster per clock then Core 2 Quad and Phenom 2.

Equals...

Bulldozer = 5% faster per clock then i7 Ivy Bridge.

Assuming it is 50% clock for clock. The chart says BD is "overclockable". That sounds like AMD is going for a speed demon chip (already evidenced by the deeper pipelines compared to phenom) rather than the most efficient architecture

Also the price is system price... was worried there for a second.
post #100 of 115
Really interesting graphic here...

My guess is that the true "big-toys-for-big-boys" are only being released on Q4


Edited by Pedros - 3/14/11 at 4:36am
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