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post #121 of 293
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Yes but when comparing the SB at 4Ghz to the BD chip we'd first need to know how the BD 8 core chip is being boosted.

I can already tell you even if its not boosting the i5-2500k is faster than the 4 core bulldozer cpu and at that point so is the i7-2600k. BD uses a form of HT too, so the point of threads is moot anymore.

What? BD does not use any HT. It has 8 threads just as sandy bridge and you can compare the score directly. 11 vs ~7.5 (Sandy's score @ stock) no need to divide by two. Now as for how the performance will be for games with only 2 or 4 threads -- I don't know maybe sandy will still be faster...

EDIT: Unless you are talking about the 2500K. I haven't seen any cinebench of that CPU at stock.
Edited by JCPUser - 4/25/11 at 4:53pm
post #122 of 293
Yes i know i`m an enemy (Don`t look @ the sig!)
But i really hope that bulldozer will impact heavy like the benchmark suggest.
This would give intel something to think. And AMD would be able to attract many poeple and gain new customers. My best wishes to AMD.
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The module, described as two cores, can be compared to a single Intel core with HyperThreading. The difference between the two approaches is that Bulldozer provides dedicated schedulers and integer units for each thread, whereas in Intel's core all threads must share available resources, except for the individual thread state information.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulldozer_(processor)
    
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That is a wiki edit based on rumors.
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What point are you making?

The 2600K and BD have the same of threads and thus cinebench scores can be compared directly. I know a stock 2600K can not score over 10. If you were talking about a 2500K then sure divide by two, but I yet to see a 2500K cinebench score over 5.5 (I haven't seen any scores for that CPU). If you have a bench with a stock 2500K scoring 6 then post it... or better yet leave.
post #126 of 293
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There was suppose to be benchmarks leaked this week. This is a new topic on their forums with this info.

According to the poster this is the result. Cinebench 11.5R, c-ray.

UPDATE: What you see in the photo is actually 32 Cores (4 chips x 8 cores) at 1.8ghz

IT IS NOT 8 CORE BULLDOZER. I forgot to read that part on the forum, sorry. Don't pay attention to the 8 core part as it is a software error on that program.
Do you mean to say that this is on something like an SR-2 for AMD, or that there is a BD chip that combines 4 normal ones like a G34 chip?
    
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Pricing... not necessarily, the newest Intel LGA1155 mainstream generation is often equalling or trouncing the 980X
I expect it to be priced competitively or equally with the LGA1155 platform

What I don't understand is if it will stand nicely against LGA1155 or whatever, why they don't release a variant with more cores to fight LGA2011
Unless it will also fight LGA2011 very effectively
Depending on performance, we might actually see a flagship Bulldozer selling for $500 or thereabouts. The only reason AMD has had to cut down prices on Phenom II is because Phenom II is getting hammered in benchmarks. Software hasn't really caught up with hardware improvements yet and even now, there are some new software that gets released that are only optimized for 2 cores and unfortunately Intel is stronger looking at per core performance.

If Bulldozer is strong enough to stand against Sandy Bridge E, I think we might see some higher end (ergo more expensive) SKU's. I doubt AMD would want to devalue their product.
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trololololol

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in the die there are 8 integer cores that can be executed per cycle. When the system boots, the hardware sees 8 cores. When the os loads, it sees 8 cores and when the apps run, they see 8 cores.

Hyperthreading takes advantage of a stalled thread to jump in and run another thread on the same pipelines. But they only have one set of pipelines per core. Plus, you have a single scheduler for those pipelines.

With bulldozer every core has its own pipelines and its own schedulers. It is by no means the same as hyperthreading.
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AMD 8-core Vision FX @ 1.8Ghz: 22.95 / 4 = 5.7375
AMD 8-core Vision FX @ 4.0Ghz: 5.7375*2.2 = 12.6225
i7 980x @ 1.8Ghz: 4.85
i7 980x @ 4.0Ghz: 10.79

Looks like we have a new performance king. Expect it to be priced like one due to simple economics.
But to be fair, the 980x is also 32nm, so we're expecting them to overclock similarly.
I suggest taking economy classes then. BD won't be competitive if it isn't priced similar to SB. Depends on performance, but there's no chance on earth that it will be priced even close to 980x/990x. I'd say you're pulling numbers out of your ass with no insight whatsoever. 1/2 at most.
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Its not the same as HT, its similar.

The point is thread count does not matter in a program such as Cinebench.

You can't compare a 4 core 8 thread i7-2600k to a 8 core bulldozer cpu it call it 8 cores vs 8 cores because it's simply not.

Its moot anyways to most of us. I'm more interested in how the 4 core bulldozer chip fares against the i5-2500k.
    
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