Discussion in 'Gaming' started by BTK, Aug 2, 2006.
*waits for john
Very promising. Next would be to check benchmarks on Archiving, Super pi, etc; as those deal mostly with the cpu, rather then on the graphics card with it.
hmm, havnt looked yet but i think intel wiin '[
You were right
And for all those who don't feel like scrolling through the pages
Numbers go like
1.Core 2 Duo E6600 Average FPS
2.Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Average FPS
3Core 2 Duo time beneath threshold
4.Athlon 64 X2 time beneath threshold
1 2 3 4
Half-Life 2: EP1 113 86 0% 8%
Oblivion 42 40 3% 10%
Battlefield 2 90 76 0% 6%
Rise of Legends 45 37 11% 30%
Titan Quest 72 65 0% 1%
World of Warcraft 63 62 1% 4%
Average 71 61 3% 10%
i love athlon
that is quite an article. i didnt finish.
could have called that about intel
that look weird
? what do you mean
conroe as of now owns amd
i suddenly realized that conore just re-designed the bar
*sniffs the air* I smell my computer build comin
Hmm this might change if amd decides to go through with making amd/ati cpus (graphics card in a cpu how cool would it be to have several things in just one little square?)
TH also did a similar article, except they did Core 2 Extreme X6800 vs. Athlon 64 FX-62. This wasn't like a normal article though, they overclocked them as much as is possible on air cooling. The article is here: http://tomshardware.co.uk/2006/08/02/thg_tuning_test_uk/
batch yields woudl be so horrible that it would be uneconomical.
unless of course you consider 15k for a single chip economical... when the individual parts are like 300 each...
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