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    Default Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Careless received from the meters in the country sent a mysterious little box ~

    CPU-Z-ah ....... Han bowl of cream, I do not know!
    According to the sender that the first batch of ~ This is A pile-driver pile driving machine Piledriver engineering samples has been handed the mill hands ~

    This had to sell the old stems!! Palindrome did the younger brother of Pobai ~ plate and pipe to help move to the new district.
    Why??? ... Because there will be no test data

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    Cinebench 11.5


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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Pathetic Cinebench and memory read/write/copy speeds (plus there at 2400MHz on memory). This will be a flop.

    Here is 3930K LOL


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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    wow what the hell is wrong with amd
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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Pathetic Cinebench and memory read/write/copy speeds (plus there at 2400MHz on memory). This will be a flop.

    Here is 3930K LOL

    Enough said!

    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    wow what the hell is wrong with amd
    Who know but what we do know is that there digging there own graves if they keep this up.

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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Honestly, before you guys base any opinions on this, you really need to ensure that the information given is as legitimate as possible and if you look at what is given, you'll realize very quickly that none of the numbers make sense. A 2700K at 3.5GHz does NOT score anywhere near 8.81, it is more like 7.0, and considering that this is only an early ES sample (if it is even an actual Vishera ES and not simply a Zambezi C0 stepped ES) AND that it is the lowest of all possible FX Vishera's at 3.3GHz, that if you verify all of the numbers, then calculate properly, one can project what the FX8350 will score and it ends up scoring about the same as a 2700K in CB Multi. It will at least be an alternative to Sandy Bridge (not bad), as long as they price it properly, but I personally think this is fake as AMD has been absolutely silent about this chip and has not leaked any info.

    On top of it all, the FX8350 will be capable of OC'ing to 5GHz and possibly well beyond. Add all those things together and we all have a good upgrade for our Phenom II based cores. A nice alternative for people who already have AM3+ boards, which range from some rare 700 chipsets to the 990FX. I'm very thankful that a core like this exists. It's not amazing, but no one who really followed AMD thought it was going to be anyway.

    The only time that AMD has a window to shine in the future is with it's next architecture "Steamroller" and it's update "Excavator". If HSA takes off, AMD will have a step up on Intel for the first time since Athlon64.

    We can only hope, and keep our fingers crossed, because the competition that AMD offers is the only thing keeping us from seeing $500 2500K CPU's.

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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Didn't someone high up say that AMD was pretty much giving up on the consumer PC business.

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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Didn't someone high up say that AMD was pretty much giving up on the consumer PC business.
    Not giving up on the consumer PC business, just giving up on competing with Intel in terms of CPU speed, or so they say. I have to doubt that the speed of competitor products won't play any role in their product development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Pathetic Cinebench and memory read/write/copy speeds (plus there at 2400MHz on memory). This will be a flop.

    Here is 3930K LOL

    Check the multipler on CPU-Z before they ran Cinebench. Its set at X7. clocked at 1.4ghz.Of course its pathetic. Wtf kind of scam reporting is this dude doing? Check the Multipler on on CPU-Z before 3Dmark 06. Also at X7 clocked at 1.4ghz. Does this sound right to you?

    Now look at the multipler on 3D mark vantage. It is now set at 19.5 with a 3.85ghz clock. Then finishes the test with AIDA64 with a 23x multipler clocked at 4.8ghz clock.

    This dude faked a bunch of test and you bit lol. I don't even think the picture with the CPU is real. The lighting isnt right on the back right corner and the lettering doesn't look like it is really imprinted. Its appears to almost float above the top of the chip. Like it was overlaid in photoshop.
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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Why does it say 2011?

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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    Why does it say 2011?

    Besides that what kind of 8 core cpu runs at less then 1 volt? .948v? My ass lol He underclocked it and under volted it to insure the test results were terrible. That simple. Its just some bored Intel Fan boy raising a stink for the shear joy of it.
    Why doesnt his CPU-Z show the HT link instead of FSB?
    How it is possible that an older version of CPU-Z can read and recognize a chip not even released yet?
    Why would AMD be sending out Engineering samples in a beat up 50 cent plastic box that my Dad used to keep his pot in 20+ years ago covered with a scratched up GOLD sticker?
    Why is this dude running a New not even released CPU with a Nvidia 9400gt in 3Dmark06? I'm sure if a sample was released it would have went to someone that at least has a decent rig.
    So he is using a 9400gt but expect me to believe he is using a Asus Crosshair V in AIDA64?
    Why is he memory clock speeds different in the test? CPU-Z reports 9-9-9-24 but later it is 11-9-9-28

    This has got to be one of the worse fakes I have seen! lol EPIC FAIL
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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Well we can at least give him a D fore trying.

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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Not to even mention that it specifically says its a zambezi core... Really? Who would even try to pass this failure of a faked test off as real? There are more holes in this thing than my case mesh. Id like to say this was a nice try, but no... Just no.

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    I think this is some fake BS put out by an Intel fanboy trying to **** all over AMD. Only time will tell what Vishera is really capable of.
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    Default Re: Piledriver FX Vishera Engineering Sample Benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by MLSCrow View Post
    Honestly, before you guys base any opinions on this, you really need to ensure that the information given is as legitimate as possible and if you look at what is given, you'll realize very quickly that none of the numbers make sense. A 2700K at 3.5GHz does NOT score anywhere near 8.81, it is more like 7.0, and considering that this is only an early ES sample (if it is even an actual Vishera ES and not simply a Zambezi C0 stepped ES) AND that it is the lowest of all possible FX Vishera's at 3.3GHz, that if you verify all of the numbers, then calculate properly, one can project what the FX8350 will score and it ends up scoring about the same as a 2700K in CB Multi. It will at least be an alternative to Sandy Bridge (not bad), as long as they price it properly, but I personally think this is fake as AMD has been absolutely silent about this chip and has not leaked any info.

    On top of it all, the FX8350 will be capable of OC'ing to 5GHz and possibly well beyond. Add all those things together and we all have a good upgrade for our Phenom II based cores. A nice alternative for people who already have AM3+ boards, which range from some rare 700 chipsets to the 990FX. I'm very thankful that a core like this exists. It's not amazing, but no one who really followed AMD thought it was going to be anyway.

    The only time that AMD has a window to shine in the future is with it's next architecture "Steamroller" and it's update "Excavator". If HSA takes off, AMD will have a step up on Intel for the first time since Athlon64.

    We can only hope, and keep our fingers crossed, because the competition that AMD offers is the only thing keeping us from seeing $500 2500K CPU's.
    Here is my comparison charts. I tested each CPU with the same hardware and memory frequencies. IvyBridge will be about 5% faster BTW.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Here is my comparison charts. I tested each CPU with the same hardware and memory frequencies. IvyBridge will be about 5% faster BTW.

    We dont need to see this! We already know AMD screwed the pooch with Bulldozer. No need to make fans of AMD cry any more. lol
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