Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Xzibit, Aug 26, 2011.
Smartest damn thing I've seen someone say regarding Bulldozer.
dunno about that, with ivy bridge bringing 3d transistors into the mainstream market, i think that may be about to change.
AMD and IBM already worked on this in 2008:
Unfortunately this is how it works:
Intel comes out with the 3d transistors and its innovative and revolutionary, and oh so good and praised. If AMD brought it out first, it would be considered untested technology and 'cautioned' (as a sales tactic) by Intel and shunned by people not willing to take the risk to be guinea pigs!
ahahah, that sucks ^
lol, pitty that is a excavator and not a dozer
he was just trying to excavate this dozer.
But nothing can help a dozer.
Intel is really fast to release new production process and the money for make them usable fast ... But this is not forcibly them who have develop or think it.
They are really good to use it and apply it in a really short time.
Anyway for 3D transistor, it was allready developped before, but Intel will surely be the first to use it in a industrial process..
Anyway, Ivy bridge is not for yet.. I mean it will be released next years ( and most likely H2 ) ..
Who knows what process the 3rd Bulldozer will be on? that will probably be 3d transistors. Think AMD already said the main benefit is the size of the transistor and that its not necessarily required for 22nm production...
im starting to think has always been the case.
amd comes up with the idea of fusion, but intel launched their cpu with onchip GPU first.
ah well, im a consumer. to me, doesnt matter who comes up with what idea first. as long it comes out at a good price and performs well, they've got my money.
Well for us, as custommer, what import is to use them ... An idea who are not used on our system... look pretty inexistant...
I was thinking about buying the new AMD FX-8150, but if these preview benchmarks are anything to go buy, looks like I'll be buying a i5 2500k instead. AMD's new chip gets trounced off a i7 2600k.
Resident Evil 5
Amd-fx-8150 109.3 fps
Intel i7 2600k 160 fps
Amd-fx-8150 179 fps
Intel i7 2600k 269 fps
Sucks for gaming if these benchmarks are legitimate.
Well, not really.
CPU architectures take years to develop, and even longer to plan out what is going to be included in said architecture. Just because AMD made a public announcement of CPU+GPU on chip does not mean they were working on it before Intel.
The results are 100% false.
If you look at their "AIDA64 CPU" results page, you'll see where they claim 66428 as the score achieved by the Core i7 2600K for the PhotoWorxx test, which is 17308 higher than it's actual score of 49120 (verified by AIDA64). The AIDA64 FPU SinJulia result of 4694 matches that posted by AIDA64. Now, considering how the tests are performed....all stock clocked Core i7 2600K processors will return similar results for these 2 tests. The only explanations for the score discrepencies would be that either they simly pulled a number out of their asses that was higher than achieved by the AMD FX processor, or they overclocked the i7 2600K for the AIDA64 CPU PhotoWorxx test.
God help the 4-6 core BD.
:giggle2: , you funny tommy :funny:
was not really trying to be bro. competition benefits everybody in terms of pricing. 1155 wasnt overpriced anyways. there was a 2500k sale at MS last weekend $149.99
Before you spend money, wait until the real release of the processor. Wait for Guru3d objective benchmarks and not benchmarks from a random site from another country in a seemingly alien language.
you get 2600k. I don't like new FX-8150 because this new CPU will use still same weak efficient in each core (it cannot be better than AMD X6 - not multi-core). I will upgrade from AMD x6 1055T to Intel i7 2600K (price will be dropped) in year next.