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    Default Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    Guys. If any of you get Bulldozer FX chips post your Benchmarks here.. I stressed the cores on the FX-8150, 2600K and 2500K 80-90% running multi monitors. I ran a movie, copied a movie to file and compressed a 2G file while running benchmarks. More to come...

    Here is where it may get interesting as Bulldozer evolves. Multi and mega tasking.....










    Here is benchmarks under normal conditions

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    AMD FX-8150/ Intel i5 2500K/ i7 2600K
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    All hardware was the same with exception of motherboard and CPU.







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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    the results are tad bit disappointing to me.....all that hype.
    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Guys. If any of you get Bulldozer FX chips post your Benchmarks here.. I stressed the cores on the FX-8150, 2600K and 2500K 80-90% running multi monitors. I ran a movie, copied a movie to file and compressed a 2G file while running benchmarks. More to come...

    Here is where it may get interesting as Bulldozer evolves. Multi and mega tasking.....

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by dealaus View Post
    the results are tad bit disappointing to me.....all that hype.
    How can this be disappointing? Bulldozer pulls aheaad of 2500K and close to 2600K when multitasking...

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    oh i know, my standards were just a bit more....
    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    How can this be disappointing? Bulldozer pulls aheaad of 2500K and close to 2600K when multitasking...
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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    Expectations being what they were,.......people are disapointed. AMD should have not let expectations go so crazy. They knew what they had before hand.
    But these still crank out some respectable numbers, and we do have tweaks and improvments to look forward to.
    I refuse to write them off, but I'll take a long look at them and let all of the rest of you ride the leading (bleeding) edge for a while before I buy one.
    When the time comes, I'll have all of the rest of the parts in hand and waiting for the CPU to complete the build. I'll also know what to expect from it too.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    I agree totally. It looks like BD has a problem reading the instructions. My personal opinion is they shrunk the cores but that means less performance per core in some apps even if it is older applications...... with more cores. That is what does not make sense to me. You have to have better performance per core on a whole and that did not happen. Hopefully Trinity will address this issue.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    I HATE XS, but this might be useful if you haven't seen it.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    Looking good, Drdeath! Can't wait to get my FX-8150!

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    I HATE XS, but this might be useful if you haven't seen it.


    Thanks for the info. I read the entire thread. This is promising. Seems BD has a problem with the instructions due to the pipelines and cores sharing information. Disabling 4 cores seems to give a huge performance increase in single threaded applications plus Windows7. Windows8 will probably work even better with the FX chips. Looks like BD may be what's better than previously thought. I will run benchmarks on 4 cores when I get home. If these Benchmarks beat the 2500K, it could.be. Winner. That was a terrific thread to read through and has gotten more hits than any review.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    still no point in buying a 8core cpu if you have to disable 4 cores just buy the 4 core chip and call it a day

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    still no point in buying a 8core cpu if you have to disable 4 cores just buy the 4 core chip and call it a day
    I think your wrong. 8 core chips will work better with Windows8. The operating system will most likely handle the instruction differently and perform better. AMD has something up their sleeve. IMO. You don't think they worked with Microsoft on this.... Anyway, the price of an 8 core will probably drop to $300 soon or better yet, wait for Trinity.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    plus on a 4 core, which votes are disabled? 8 core gives you an option which individual cores to disable. The could truly be a difference. I want to run Benchmarks tonite.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    No matter what you say DrDeath; the chip has flaw. You should have disable any thing to get performance gain. It's suppose to work straight out the box PERIOD.

    Applications are more about 5yrs behind the hardware tech, whenever software is catching up to the current tech then there will be a new one.

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    Default Re: Official Bulldozer Benchmark Thread

    In my opinion, BD is ahead of its time. Problem is, by the time tech catches up to really utilize BD, Ivy Bridge will have landed.

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