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    The Details reveal Core i7 3000 series badge for the new Sandy Bridge-E Processors which makes them the 3rd generation Core of the Sandy bridge Family. The Core i7 3960X Extreme Edition is a Six Core model with 12 threads and Hyper Threading Enabled with 15MB L3 Cache, It’ll be stock clocked at 3.30Ghz which can turbo upto 3.90Ghz.

    Next up is the Core i7 3930K (Unlocked Multiplier) which is also a 6 Core variant with 12 threads with a clock speed 100mhz lesser than the i7 3960X of 3.20Ghz and turbo of 3.80Ghz. L3 Cache is also cut down to 12MB. Last up is the Core i7 3820 which is a premium usage oriented model 4 Cores and 8 threads, Stock speed of 3.60 which can turbo to 3.80Ghz and 10MB L3 Cache, Overclocking is limited because of locked multiplier.

    All CPU’s will feature quad-channel DDR3 integrated memory controllers (IMCs), PCI-e 3.0 Compatibility and multiple x16 PCI-e lanes. More details on Intel’s Sandy Bridge-E CPU’s below
    http://wccftech.com/intels-3rd-gener...model-numbers/

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    Hopefully we will have at least one of them for review, and I know I'll be buying one.

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    Oh shoot, the recent reports of the supposed performance increase is making me doubt the choice I made for going for a Bulldozer ready Motherboard. I hope Bulldozer stacks up well to these new processors, else I'll be crying :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vexation View Post
    Oh shoot, the recent reports of the supposed performance increase is making me doubt the choice I made for going for a Bulldozer ready Motherboard. I hope Bulldozer stacks up well to these new processors, else I'll be crying :P
    Vex, without a doubt there will be substantial improvements over AMD's Phenom II's. Intel is basically stretching x86 technology with higher L3 cache. He is why AMD has a winner.

    AMD re engineered the architecture from the ground up. They shrunk the die and added actual cores that have pipes allowing shared resources within the processor. These are not "virtual" cores that use hyperthreading. Hyperthreading does not share the resources. Now what does this mean? Not only do you have real cores but the operating system can more efficiently assign the execution where as hyperthreading assigns the execution to all cores. Now, Bulldozer may run on one core if the others are not needed or a intense application can be solely assigned to one core and all the other processes to another core. Along with the shared resources you are looking for AMD's first increase in L3 cache. To sum it up, AMD has a winner on their hands and all Intel can do is keep stretching x86 architecture.... We do not know Bulldozer will perform compared to Sandybridge until the release but I assure you, Bulldozer will beat Sandybridge in many areas due to the description above.
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    Ah, you just gave me my confidence back, haha. You sure are knowledgeable about this, good to have you around, heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vexation View Post
    Ah, you just gave me my confidence back, haha. You sure are knowledgeable about this, good to have you around, heh
    Stan cracks the whip on me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    AMD re engineered the architecture from the ground up. They shrunk the die and added actual cores that have pipes allowing shared resources within the processor. These are not "virtual" cores that use hyperthreading. Hyperthreading does not share the resources. Now what does this mean? Not only do you have real cores but the operating system can more efficiently assign the execution where as hyperthreading assigns the execution to all cores. Now, Bulldozer may run on one core if the others are not needed or a intense application can be solely assigned to one core and all the other processes to another core. Along with the shared resources you are looking for AMD's first increase in L3 cache. To sum it up, AMD has a winner on their hands and all Intel can do is keep stretching x86 architecture.... We do not know Bulldozer will perform compared to Sandybridge until the release but I assure you, Bulldozer will beat Sandybridge in many areas due to the description above.
    Now it looks like I'll be waiting to see how Bulldozer performs against the 2600K before making my decision. Will not be waiting on Sandy Bridge-E though.

    I have to admit though, it would be nice to see any review site add in a compile time comparison of an open source software in comparisons of different CPU's. One of the worst things about programming is compile times on large applications, and seeing a comparison of the compile time on say VLC Media Player when comparing different processors. Anything to get my compile time down, and get back to being more productive, would be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shattered.likeness View Post
    Now it looks like I'll be waiting to see how Bulldozer performs against the 2600K before making my decision. Will not be waiting on Sandy Bridge-E though.

    I have to admit though, it would be nice to see any review site add in a compile time comparison of an open source software in comparisons of different CPU's. One of the worst things about programming is compile times on large applications, and seeing a comparison of the compile time on say VLC Media Player when comparing different processors. Anything to get my compile time down, and get back to being more productive, would be great.
    funny you mentioned that. Out of my own kindness and pocket book, I am buying a Sansybridge 2600k. I am also gonna work on someone swapping a 1090T with me for a week. Ivan gonna put a Phenom II 980, Phenom Ii 1090T, my I 7 930, 2600K and Bulldozer on THE SAME PSU, Memory(FREQUENCIES AND TIMINGS), 2 x 6970 GPU's, and same SSD.

    I will run a series of benchmarks(synthetic and real world) at stock.4GHz and max overclocks. This will make our forum world class in comparisons. The key is at 4GHz. Users can see the most important Comparison...... CORE for CORE. If I can convince Stan to send his 990X, the gambit will be complete. What do you think of that?

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    The entire key is core for core and using essentially the same hardware with exception obviously of motherboard and CPU. The AMD benchmarks will he done with the same mono seeing the 990FX chipset(socket AM3+ is compatable with all the processors.

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    Sounds like a plan to me! Let me know if you need any help with anything. Especially if you decide to add in compile time to the synthetic benchmarks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shattered.likeness View Post
    Sounds like a plan to me! Let me know if you need any help with anything. Especially if you decide to add in compile time to the synthetic benchmarks.
    I could use the help but the key to accuracy is using the same hardware with exception to the mobo and processor for the various platforms thus making it a one man show.

    I do need a 1090T as I could swap out a temporary trade on a Phenom for 1 week and a 2600K so I do not have to shell out $280.... Even if I have to shell out the $ I could couple the chip with a motherboard I have and resell hopefully. If you guys can help out with.2600K or 1090T let me know.

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