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Old 10-21-2007, 06:42 PM   #61 (permalink)
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and its on the speed of the 6400+ except the Brisbane is 65nm and runs cooler... unlike the Windsor 90nm
5000+ has lower cache than 6400+ as well
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the 5000+ black editions have been oc'ing really high.. some on xtreme systems has taken it to 3.6ghz on air.. that is insane for an amd
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5000+ has lower cache than 6400+ as well
personally i'd rather have lower temperatures than have more cache..
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the higher cache's have been known to do lots of folding and things as such much better.. at least based on word of xtremesystems...

and i remember the switch from my 3500+ 512mb cache to the opteron 146 1mb cache was a nice difference... so much more responsive, alt tabbing was easier.. everything just felt nicer
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eh well i'm probably not folding
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the higher cache's have been known to do lots of folding and things as such much better.. at least based on word of xtremesystems...
Yes, gaming is an other application in which cache makes a rather large difference.
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the cache's in amd's don't really make all too much a huge difference... due to the memory controler or something.. blahblah.. lol..
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Yes, gaming is an other application in which cache makes a rather large difference.
well i'm getting a 12mb quad in the next year....so....W00T!
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well i'm getting a 12mb quad in the next year....so....W00T!
i'm having the hardest time trying to hold out on buying a quad core!!! but i think i should wait.... or.. i will wait... lol, i'll crossfire first... then see where that goes...
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the cache's in amd's don't really make all too much a huge difference... due to the memory controler or something.. blahblah.. lol..
Oh yes I thought you were talking about Intels. More cache on Intels makes a sharp performance boost because the processor doesn’t have to access the RAM as often when it has more cache. It makes less of a difference for AMDs because the HT design has reduced the latencies of accessing the RAM, as opposed to the performance penalties that accessing RAM through the Northbridge causes with the outdated FSB design, which Intel are still stuck on.

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