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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #60 on: October 13, 2011, 03:36:34 am »
They have a roadmap for at least two more years in the desktop area all we can do now is hope they get it together. Makes my 1090t look good though if the price drops enough i will get a spare as i used to have this at 4.2 but turned it down to 3.8 and now it wont go much  higher.

Mix of ram and thermal compond im sure. But really disappointed the new am3+ didnt do better was looking foward to it.
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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #61 on: October 13, 2011, 10:55:38 pm »
This was a logical explanation to me.
http://blogs.amd.com/play/2011/10/13/our-take-on-amd-fx/

In addition, I also criticized the performance of the first place. But now some of the tests show that the processors are bad. f / t compare the 8120 and 2500 than 8120 may be taken as p stands. In addition, the acquisition ocdeki more.

 In addition, I also would like to add. Radical innovations always come by amd processor architecture. Built-in memory controller, the current FSB structure, module, system, etc ... Intel is now also copies the module system in the future.
 Sory translate to English
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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #62 on: October 13, 2011, 11:45:15 pm »
  Quote ...This was a logical explanation to me.

                                                    Just to put this in a firm perspective ...No intentions to hurt anyones feelings

   A very good salesman...... can convince some people that the car that they just bought.......... that sound like a freight train,...... blows smoke like a bush-fire.......... is actually a cutting edge new feature ....not me!

  Remember this chip was developed to go up against Intels new flagship........not the 2500 that every ones benching it against......but the soon to be released LGA2011  

  Which I might add will also be going to a quad channel configuration.........effectively almost doubling the bandwidth to around 42.7GB/s   ...   up from 25.6GB/s.

  That's 66% folks!......these are the sort of figures AMD had everyone believing was coming with FX

  There has for me been only two stated figures that Bulldozer has edged out Intel on, .... one was thermal output :-X ...... and the other was the link bellow re "Battle field 3" ....... so am I reading this right when it takes going from 4 cores to 8 cores to get an extra 2 frame per second ::)

  And accounts for 2 years of development .....

               I know think the final showdown between Bulldozer and LGA2011 will be like a one sided Biblical battle

                                                                        LIONS 47 .....CHRISTIANS 0

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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #63 on: October 14, 2011, 07:16:47 am »
Make sure that you recheck Allan! One of those bloody Christians must be hiding somewhere! ;D
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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #64 on: October 15, 2011, 10:20:00 am »
Here is some more info, makes for interesting reading:

http://news.idg.no/cw/art.cfm?id=2CAC78FA-1A64-67EA-E465579944E3453E


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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #65 on: October 15, 2011, 10:22:05 pm »
  Quote ...This was a logical explanation to me.

                                                    Just to put this in a firm perspective ...No intentions to hurt anyones feelings

   A very good salesman...... can convince some people that the car that they just bought.......... that sound like a freight train,...... blows smoke like a bush-fire.......... is actually a cutting edge new feature ....not me!

  Remember this chip was developed to go up against Intels new flagship........not the 2500 that every ones benching it against......but the soon to be released LGA2011  

  Which I might add will also be going to a quad channel configuration.........effectively almost doubling the bandwidth to around 42.7GB/s   ...   up from 25.6GB/s.

  That's 66% folks!......these are the sort of figures AMD had everyone believing was coming with FX

  There has for me been only two stated figures that Bulldozer has edged out Intel on, .... one was thermal output :-X ...... and the other was the link bellow re "Battle field 3" ....... so am I reading this right when it takes going from 4 cores to 8 cores to get an extra 2 frame per second ::)

  And accounts for 2 years of development .....

               I know think the final showdown between Bulldozer and LGA2011 will be like a one sided Biblical battle

                                                                        LIONS 47 .....CHRISTIANS 0

  Aussie Allan

      

LGA2011 will be out but the socket structure will also change. And unfortunately (as people are forced by Intel to be exploited) people will have to buy new motherboards too. For now upgrading from 955BE to 1100T seems to be more suitable for me. Never have I thought using Intel and never will I. As you said, marketing and selling ability is a great trade. I will stick with AMD though.

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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #66 on: October 15, 2011, 11:23:02 pm »


                         Never have I thought using Intel and never will I


    And if AMD are not in the desktop business in 6 years ?

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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #67 on: October 15, 2011, 11:57:19 pm »
Hello, let me ask something about bulldozers, and sorry if it is already mentioned :)

In my country bulldozers will come in about 10 days. I have the system of my sign and I m thinking about buying a x6 sAM3 cpu.
Can this mobo(rev1.5) accept bullzoders?
Do u suggest me wait and buy bullzoder, wait and buy 1100T after bulldozer come(because prize will go down) or buy 1100T now?
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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #68 on: October 16, 2011, 12:03:45 am »

  Every one will have different advice ...... My point of view! ..... Wait for Father Christmas ..... there's a hell of a lot of dust to settle.

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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #69 on: October 16, 2011, 12:05:15 am »
But can this mobo takes bulldozer?

One more question, whats the TDP of bulldozers?
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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #70 on: October 16, 2011, 12:24:55 am »

 If your board is version 3.1 .... your in luck .......if it's lower ....... probably not!

     
                                    TDP you ask!.... Take your pick! ..... 95 to 125W at stock clocks


Model Number # of Cores    Base Freq.    Turbo Core    L2 Cache    L3 Cache    TDP

FX-8170P    8    3.9 GHz    4.5 GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    125 W
FX-8150P    8    3.6 GHz    4.2 GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    125 W
FX-8130P    8    ?? GHz    ?? GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    125 W
FX-8120       8    3.1 GHz    4.0 GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    125 W
FX-8120      8    3.1 GHz    4.0 GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    95 W
FX-8110      8    ?? GHz    ?? GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    95 W
FX-8100      8    2.8 GHz    3.7 GHz    4 x 2MB    8MB    95 W
FX-6120      6    ?? GHz    ?? GHz    3 x 2MB    8MB    95 W
FX-6110      6    ?? GHz    ?? GHz    3 x 2MB    6MB    95 W
FX-6100      6    3.3 GHz    3.9 GHz    3 x 2MB    6MB    95 W
FX-4120      4    ?? GHz    ?? GHz    2 x 2MB    4MB    95 W
FX-4110      4    ?? GHz    ?? GHz    2 x 2MB    4MB    95 W
FX-4100      4    3.6 GHz    3.8 GHz    2 x 2MB    4MB    95 W

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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #71 on: October 16, 2011, 10:41:29 am »
Hi ,

Over the last few days there has been a bit disappointment , may be that's an understatement, regarding AMD Bulldozer but may be there could be some light on the horizion for some. Have a read at some of these comments:

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/315752-10-buying-bulldozer


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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #72 on: October 16, 2011, 02:06:36 pm »
Why dissapointment? prize is low, cache is big, TDP is low, cores are many...

Are you happy with your 1090? Do u suggest me to buy it replacing 720? (Now its 160€ but will be drop down after buldozers come).
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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #73 on: October 16, 2011, 02:20:18 pm »
That's just it, it isn't such a diisappointment though some thought Bulldozer would challenge Intel more. Initially I was disappointed but I use Adobe software alot and it will be more suitable for my purposes.


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Are you happy with your 1090? Do u suggest me to buy it replacing 720? (Now its 160€ but will be drop down after buldozers come).
 

Yes I am very happy with my 1090T but I want to upgrade my MB so I am waiting to see how things are in the near future before I either stay with AMD or go the Intel route. I think only you can decide what is best for you ,but ask yourself what you use your PC for now and what your future requirements will be. The  deciiding factor could be what you can afford.

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Re: AMD Bulldozer FX Series Launch Date
« Reply #74 on: October 16, 2011, 06:00:27 pm »
I dont do somethiung special with my pc, just for entertainment :) But of course I want a fast sytem.

What score  1090 has in wei?
How far can u go in o/c? (I get my 720 from 2.8 to 3.6GHz with +1,25V)

I heard that when bulldozers come, the present x6 models will disapear... Couls this be real?
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