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  • #16
    Originally posted by Darkseider View Post
    folks at Phoronix
    I have been cloned or have more employees now? Where?
    Michael Larabel
    http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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    • #17
      Originally posted by BO$$ View Post
      Hahaha AMD has become the laughing stock of the cpu world. Why don't they just go bankrupt. They suck so much how come they are not dead yet? Who the fuck still buys AMD. I have seen people hiding the fact that they have AMD to avoid ridicule...
      Congratulations!!!!

      You've just won the 'Epitome of ignorance' award.

      If you are interested in seeing the laughing stock, find a mirror. YOU'RE IT. One who is so worried about the "cool factor" of CPUs that you make CPU vendors a personal issue.

      Personally, I'm quite happy with AMD chips, and have been burned a few times by Intel. If I need more performance, I'll just buy more chips. It'll still cost me less.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by bug77 View Post
        Why not crossfire on an Atom board? That would make as much sense as your own suggestion.
        These are low-budget CPU, there's no use in trying to put it any other way.
        These CPUS don't run like atoms, the top end has a fairly nice bite to it. It would make sense to have both cards doing work in GPU bound games, obviously with the added advantage of turning one off when it doesn't need the power.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ownagefool View Post
          These CPUS don't run like atoms, the top end has a fairly nice bite to it. It would make sense to have both cards doing work in GPU bound games, obviously with the added advantage of turning one off when it doesn't need the power.
          Nobody will look to spend $50-100 less for the CPU AND run a crossfire setup at the same time. It doesn't make sense. The top end of these CPUs stops about where the low end of Sandy Bridge starts.
          You're curious about the setup, I can accept that. But I just don't buy AMD's talk that CPU power has ceased to matter right where they started failing to compete.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by scottishduck View Post

            Yet more awful AMD chips. No wonder they're quitting the desktop market.
            Only an Intel idiot would post any Anandtech bentmarks.

            And who's says they are quitting the desktop market?

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            • #21
              Michael, what memory did you use? As the igpu uses main memory the speed of ddr3 has hefty impact for gaming benchmark results.

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              • #22
                EDIT -- my bad... the sticker on the RAM said 4GB but when I looked up the part number it was actually a set of 2 2GB sticks, so the table is correct. Post below updated.

                The pic of the motherboard suggested 2 x 2GB sticks at 1600 :

                http://www.phoronix.com/image-viewer...nity_linux_lrg
                Last edited by bridgman; 10-02-2012, 01:53 PM.

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                • #23
                  It would be nice if Phoronix could include an Ivy Bridge system in the next graphics comparison, since this is an APU.

                  I'd be interested to see how they stack up against each other in linux, not just how it compares to discrete cards.

                  I realize it means the CPUs will have different speeds, but you can pick some i3 ivy bridge cpu to stay close - or just pick any ivy bridge you have and list the prices for each so we can compare them.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by bridgman View Post
                    EDIT -- my bad... the sticker on the RAM said 4GB but when I looked up the part number it was actually a set of 2 2GB sticks, so the table is correct. Post below updated.

                    The pic of the motherboard suggested 2 x 2GB sticks at 1600 :

                    http://www.phoronix.com/image-viewer...nity_linux_lrg
                    Ah ,thanks. So according to toms review you could get bit more fps by using ddr3 1866MHz rams. Could you Micheal do the quick memory comparing test with i.e. 1060,1333,1600 and 1866 MHz rams?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by tuke81 View Post
                      Ah ,thanks. So according to toms review you could get bit more fps by using ddr3 1866MHz rams. Could you Micheal do the quick memory comparing test with i.e. 1060,1333,1600 and 1866 MHz rams?
                      From a german site, but the graph does not need any explanation, besides blue=games, red=apps, green=weighted:

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                      • #26
                        Hmm 2133MHz...Chipset maximum should be 1866MHz, is there some way to circumvent it or is that some artificial test. Quite impressive performance increase nonetheless.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by tuke81 View Post
                          Hmm 2133MHz...Chipset maximum should be 1866MHz, is there some way to circumvent it or is that some artificial test. Quite impressive performance increase nonetheless.
                          It's not a hard limit. AMD only specifies 1866MHz as the validated maximum frequency, but it seems that reaching 2133MHz was just a matter of relaxing the timings a bit on the platform used by this site.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by bug77 View Post
                            Nobody will look to spend $50-100 less for the CPU AND run a crossfire setup at the same time. It doesn't make sense. The top end of these CPUs stops about where the low end of Sandy Bridge starts.
                            You're curious about the setup, I can accept that. But I just don't buy AMD's talk that CPU power has ceased to matter right where they started failing to compete.
                            I don't agree with that statement either, CPU power is important in many aspects of computing. However if we go straight to gaming, you're talking about the bottleneck between the CPU and the iGPU on the APU. I wouldn't be suprised if the bottleneck wasn't still the GPU in many games, thus giving cause to actually consider a crossfire APU setup over an i3 + discrete card. The latters extra CPU grunt won't help you get more FPS out of your GPU when its maxed, but thats something we'll see more benchmarks on when its in the wild.

                            Still, I'd rather PRIME with the features of Lucid Virtu MVP as opposed to crossfire, ultimately.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Rallos Zek View Post
                              Only an Intel idiot would post any Anandtech bentmarks.

                              And who's says they are quitting the desktop market?
                              Anand was actually very kind to AMD. He just picked the two worst slides to show.

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                              • #30
                                To everyone saying crossfire would be useless for this APU, are you aware of the "Hybrid Crossfire" feature? It would be nice to know if it works on Linux and what performance would be like when pairing this APU with a Radeon HD 6670.

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