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i hope my amd stock will go up : \\
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Go AMD



In before the whole beehive of OCN members.

OT: I dream that this is a 4 core...
yeah! TEAR DOWN THAT SANDY BRIDGE!!!!!
bulldozer FTW
    
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I'm really disappointed that AMD ever said anything about modules to the public. They've stated before that its nothing more than an internal name given to a part of the architecture, and yet people keep grappling onto it like it matters. For Bulldozer, a core is a core, not half a module.

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The only problem I see with this is where single threads are gimped by maxing out 1 core. Unless they have a turbo mode that dramatically boosts a single core this will hurt them in every game that isn't explicitly made for multi-cores.
Even Bad Company 2 which has multiple threads is limited by one of its single threads that needs 4Ghz to not be bottlenecked. SC2 is another example.
You should read the Bulldozer Blog, they've already gone over Turbo Mode 2.0
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Oh i want to see bulldozer being ripped by LGA2011
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Don't forget that we will have Sandy Bridge-EX for LGA 2011 by the end of the year, and the first Ivy Bridge CPUs (22nm) in early 2012 for LGA 1155.

(Ivy Bridge will also come to both sockets, but it will be launching for LGA 1155 first)
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post #86 of 106
I could see some delay on the launch of LGA 2011 ... and i think it's the other way around, first the 22nm sb refresh and then 2011, isn't it ?
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There was little doubt that these chips would destroy anything intel had at the moment. The fact that the 1100T was close to sandy bridge showed that a next gen chip would probably be a stonker. Now what we really need to see is some benchmarks from 2011 intel chips. Still, it's good to see AMD finally coming back into the game.
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The date on the first post is 1/25/11, so I don't know.
i'm with this guy.
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Man... it doesn't matter if AMD needs to use 8 cores to match a quad core hyperthreaded CPU on the other side. The fact that AMD can surpass the competition FINALLY is just so freakin gratifying...

Been waiting since the Athlon 64 days for this to come around... *sniff/tear*
     
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No one cares.AMD has clearly stated their intended architecture was to NOT beat Intel "clock for clock"-but to increase the core-count in the same amount of space and increase inter-connect efficiency.So....yeah,compare clock for clock all you want,all that matters is final performance.Intel can keep their "holier than thou" core per core advantage,it means absolutely nothing.That's like saying a 4 cyl engine is better than V8 because it has a slightly higher per cylinder horsepower.At the end of the day-the 4 cyl is going to lose in a drag race.
your post = epic fail, I mean come on 4 cylinder vs 8 cylinder comparison
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