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    CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    An interesting comparison of the last few years of CPUs:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ison,3370.html


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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    interesting to see how high the old first gen i7 9** CPUs sit. Well done to anyone who bought one back then really, i think they have done almost aswell WRG to the test of time as the good ol Q6600!

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    interesting to see how high the old first gen i7 9** CPUs sit. Well done to anyone who bought one back then really, i think they have done almost aswell WRG to the test of time as the good ol Q6600!
    The 6core/12logical processors with huge cache at least, yes. But shows how much modern archs have caught up now they're often equalled by 4 core chips.

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    shoddy article, tbh. They didn't have the 8350 results originally, they've been added later, and they've not updated the text, so the article talks about the 8170 being AMD's best but a long way behind, when the 8350 is in the charts, and a lot higher up than the 8170. There's also no Sandy- or Ivy-Bridge i3's for comparison, when they probably fill the most significant market segment for consumers (~£100). And whilst it's not a problem with the article per se, it'd be nice to see a couple of Core 2 chips in there for comparison purposes - after all, they've gone right back to the earliest Phenom IIs (the the hard-to-find X3s in there as well as the much more common quads). I'd love to know how my Phenom II X4 905e compares...

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    Makes me sad to see my X6 so soundly whooped, at least it beats the newer AMD chips on the odd occasion but getting beaten by anything i5 or over and even the odd X4 is sad

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    Woo!
    Good to see my i3-530 thrashing those puny i7-3960X and 3770K on the 3dmark graphics benchmark

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    Yeah, there's something up with the 3DMark graphics score. The Phenom II X4 905e scores 100 points higher than the 910e, despite being an identical but slower processor. All the results are around +/- 5% from 6000, but it doesn't make a right lot of sense when a faster processor, on an identical platform, can be 6% lower on the graphics score...

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    Hey, don't shatter my illusions

    Maybe I'll upgrade to an i5-2300 so I can ace the storage test

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    *lawl*

    What's nice for me is to see the 905e doing so well, since I just decided to shift my main PC from my old s775 platform to an matx build around a 905e. Sure it's slow in single threaded tests, but it holds its own well in well-threaded tasks (matching the FX4100 in a lot of them) which gives me plenty of hope that this build will last me a fair while yet

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    Re: CPU Charts 2012: 86 Processors From AMD And Intel, Tested

    Quite pleased to see my i7-860 is still reasonably respectable, I've had good value out of it! I'm thinking about upgrading when Haswell lands but not really because I need too - more because I'm just a geek and a sucker for new tech!
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