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i love how theres always someone that starts a flamewar cant you guys just shut up and listen to others opinions? bella gives alot of facts out and alot of your cant get what hes saying yes he sounds like a troll but they are the truth or pretty dam close
Lol your agreeing with him=fact?
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Originally Posted by LOL_Wut_Axel View Post
If the quad-core version matches the 2500K and costs $150, I'd definitely buy it.

I think these would be killer prices if the performance is higher or the same compared to Intel:

Quad-Core: $150
Six-Core: $200
Eight-Core: $300


Something tells me I'm close on the pricing. It just seems right.
Sounds about right,but I think it would be;
Quad-Core- $200
Six-Core-$250
Eight-Core-$350
If chip yield is high with their design,prices should lower.
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Lol your agreeing with him=fact?


Sounds about right,but I think it would be;
Quad-Core- $200
Six-Core-$250
Eight-Core-$350
If chip yield is high with their design,prices should lower.
I thought of those prices because it makes sense due to the die size of the processor, and the yields should definitely be high. 32nm CPU dies have been manufactured for quite a while now.

EDIT: that, and it'd be quite rare to release new CPUs which cost more than the past that if they have the same core count. The CPUs should be priced either at the same price as current quad and six-cores or a bit higher, so $175 for the Quad-Core and $230 for the Six-Core is a possibility. I think the Eight-Core will more than probably be $300, though.
Edited by LOL_Wut_Axel - 4/25/11 at 10:51pm
    
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Lol your agreeing with him=fact?


Sounds about right,but I think it would be;
Quad-Core- $200
Six-Core-$250
Eight-Core-$350
If chip yield is high with their design,prices should lower.
no your to ignorant to accept the truth i guess i know ive argued with him before multiple times and found out what he was telling was the truth i guess you can believe whatever your mind wants to it usually ends up being better then the facts so goodluck not going any further with you
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Just start ignoring what BallaTheNoob says, it really isnt that hard.

If you do the maths a BD with 4 cores at 3.6ghz gets 5.75, intel i5 2500k at stock gets 5.71, but it's only at 3.3ghz..
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Uh, where did you get your numbers from?
    
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Just start ignoring what BallaTheNoob says, it really isnt that hard.

If you do the maths a BD with 4 cores at 3.6ghz gets 5.75, intel i5 2500k at stock gets 5.71, but it's only at 3.3ghz..
Uh oh, you posted that BD has higher numbers.
Inb4intelfanboyrage.

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Originally Posted by konspiracy View Post
Wow still trolling a thread that is FAKE?
so much fail.....

I mean its one thing to defend a fake thread...... but to troll one?
Ikr?
BD will be faster than SB?

IMPOSSIBLE!
EH EM DEE ARE TEH CHEAP CRAP!
EH EM DEE ARE TEH SLOW!
EH EM DEE ARE TEH SUXORZ!
/end sarcasm.
Edited by Heavy MG - 4/25/11 at 11:09pm
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Uh, where did you get your numbers from?
Wow still trolling a thread that is FAKE?
so much fail.....

I mean its one thing to defend a fake thread...... but to troll one?
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
No, when compared to a 4GHz 4 core BD cpu assuming 4Gz and assuming the 1.8GHz bulldozer chip is not turbo boosting.


Why do you attempt to talk?
such anger..
go elsewhere spit your poison, okay ?
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Don't really think (or hope) anyone believs in you with that picture and a 2500k.

You're a fanboy that never knows when to stop lying.

Keep dreaming bro, BD may burn your SB into dust.
balla, even intel users thinks you are troll and fanboy..
you are seriously finished here.

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Originally Posted by rui-no-onna View Post
Hmm, not bad at 1.8 GHz. How does Phenom II X6 rank in the same benchmark?
I know there's a Sandy Bridge E but it's the first time I've heard of Bulldozer E....
he meant : B.Dozer Enhanced (v1.5)
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BD is rumored to cost about the same as Sandy Bridge (note system price)




A score of 10 or 11 (assuming 3.5GHz clocks) puts it in the same class as the 12 threaded 990x and well ahead of the 8 threads of 2600K. I think we all expected BD to crush Sandy for 8 threads because HT. As for 2/4 threads we will have to see, but I don't think these results are unreasonable.
no matter how often you will remind the prices of BD, a day (!) later somebody will speak about " BD will be damn expensive "
This forum just works that way...


Back to topic, if it´s fake or not, who knows - scores are done on early early ES silicon (talk about crippled) just like those FAH and phoronix tests...
    
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That is a wiki edit based on rumors.
i saw wiki vandalism on BD article in february - serious stuff, some retarded kids had fun..

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back to topic, BullDozer uses CMT (cluster based multithreading),
intel uses SMT (simultanous multithreading)

I see no fake threads in BullDozer, Balla......

Few words Balla to your "BD shared FPU´s will reduce performance" , it´s not true.

1. BD module has FMAC units, not FPU units...

2. Only when executing AVX_256b on BD, are FMACs joined to one. (in module)

Early report shows AVX_128 versus AVX_256 only 2% penalty on BD..
A 2% performance penalty on AVX 256b code.. can we go over it?

SB shares SSE parts when executing AVX -- so it can´t do both in same cycle. Perfromance bottlenecks ? Sure.
Edited by pietro sk - 4/25/11 at 11:55pm
    
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i saw wiki vandalism on BD article in february - serious stuff, some retarded kids had fun..

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back to topic, BullDozer uses CMT (cluster based multithreading),
intel uses SMT (simultanous multithreading)

I see no fake threads in BullDozer, Balla......

Few words Balla to your "BD shared FPU´s will reduce performance" , it´s not true.

1. BD module has FMAC units, not FPU units...

2. Only when executing AVX_256b on BD, are FMACs joined to one.

Early report shows AVX_128 versus AVX_256 only 2% penalty on BD..
A 2% performance penalty on AVX 256b code..

SB shares SSE parts when executing AVX -- so it can´t do both in same cycle. Perfromance bottlenecks ? Sure.
Didn't JF-AMD say that BD is just up to 8 cores,with no fancy SMT module cores?
CMT may not show up until Bulldozer Enhanced.
Edited by Heavy MG - 4/25/11 at 11:40pm
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