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Old 08-13-2006, 09:55 PM   #911 (permalink)
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the new Intel Core 2 duo is killing AMD, AMD responded to the new processor by saying they dont have an answer to the new processor atleast in 2006. also amds run extremely hot and fry almost instantly without proper cooling.
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Old 08-14-2006, 02:37 AM   #912 (permalink)
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umm, AMD CPU's don't run hot. they run pretty cool. much cooler than anything Intel had before the Core 2 Duo came out.

and anyway, without proper cooling, any modern CPU would fry very quickly, unless the PC shut itself off.

yes, the Core 2 Duo runs cooler than what AMD has at the moment. that doesn't make AMD CPU's hot. it just means the Core 2 Duo is cool.
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Old 08-14-2006, 05:40 PM   #913 (permalink)
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Does intel core X6800 have 4MB L2 cach memory on each core ? or the two cores have 4MB fs (2MB for each) ?

And Why they don't write 2x4MB or 2x2MB ?
IN pentium D they use to write 2x2MB, which mean that each core has 2MB of memory.
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I believe they share a common 4mb of cache.
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umm, AMD CPU's don't run hot. they run pretty cool. much cooler than anything Intel had before the Core 2 Duo came out.

and anyway, without proper cooling, any modern CPU would fry very quickly, unless the PC shut itself off.

yes, the Core 2 Duo runs cooler than what AMD has at the moment. that doesn't make AMD CPU's hot. it just means the Core 2 Duo is cool.
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Old 08-20-2006, 06:16 PM   #916 (permalink)
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Smile AMD X2 FX60 64bit Dual Core Processor

Try playing games on the below system:

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ok just a heads up that i am probably going to become a moderating nazi, so in future for this thread [size=large]NO BANDWIDTH WASTERS[/size]

a bandwidth waster is a post that is:
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so no more "AMD rulz foolz" posts.
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umm, I'm talking about the CPU's with heatsinks on. stock ones.
besides, that is motherboard dependant. a lot of K8 motherboards do cut power when there's a problem like that.
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Generally, the definition is speed is misunderstood between people knocking procs on this forum.

Im talking pre-intel core 2
Do you need a fast response for front end processing like gaming and doc ?
AMD will do that because it has a short pipeline of only 14 rungs.

Do you need something with high bandwidth, low response, and lot of back end processing like rendering, compiling and compressing ?
Intel will do that, because the pipeline is double the length +2 rungs of amds (30 rungs). If each rung or stage of the pipeline is saturated, then it will outperform the AMD by more than 40%.

Now, the new procs.
AMD is still at 14 stages and 3 execution units.

Intel mirrored AMDs pipeline and added a fourth execution unit.

Basically, AMD is your typical generic, and cheap processor, like the people's processor, a ford fiesta, or VW beetle.

Its meant for front end, regular processing, but you get kicked in the pants when you try to do some back end....

FYI
AMD has a liscense from Intel to use the IA32, and IA32EXT(What amd calls AMD64).

I have a X2 and the core switching is terrible.
Its like you back in 1998, but now you have 2 procs.....

And lets not forget the Itanium 2 which basically sets Moores law.
AMD hasnt had anything to compete with that for a VERY long time.
And lets not forget the other generic IA32/IA32EXT liscensee, Cyrix...
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or VW beetle.
great post. hope you mean the good old People's Car Beetle though seeing as the new ones aren't so cheap.

i was under the impression that AMD64 was under lease to Intel as EMT64, IA32EXT may be what AMD64 is based on but it's not the same is it? this is genuine curiosity
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