They've always been better because there are about 5 or 6 people with Conroes and they have been scaling them. That means that they have overclocked and underclocked them and have compared to A64s at different Conroe speeds. Its like having every single Conroe processor in one.
Thats exactly my point, since the Conroe always turns out better in the comparisons, we don't know the clockspeeds at which the two processors would be equal.
But if someone were to hold a gun to my head and force me to spout a ratio, I'd say that the ratio is;
1 (Conroe) :1.333 (A64).
So a 1Ghz Conroe would be like a 1.333Ghz Athlon 64.
Originally posted by tehdigit
ps: you havent been comparing the amd equivelent clockspeeds to the intel chips you ahve been stating the actual clock speeds
Thats how the real world works, buddy. You're not going to get the clockspeeds handed to you everytime, you have to figure it out. Please don't make me answer any more ridiculous questions.