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Old April 8, 2010, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by CMetaphor View Post
Still the same number of threads, and Intel with a 400Mhz advantage per core... Hmmmm

Maybe somewhere out there there's actually a comparison that's clock for clock, thread for thread, lol.
So what if it's the same number of threads? You can't compare HT logical cores to real cores in terms of how much can be done with each thread. They're still running on half as many cores as the AMD system.
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Originally Posted by m1dget View Post
Just looking at the memory test though you still see that amd has the edge over intel with HT compared to QPI even if QPI is heck of a nice bit of technology.
Keep in mind that the AMD system was running quad-channel RAM and the Intel system was running triple-channel. As for the Beckton with its quad-channel memory controller, as stated in the review it looks like there were some issues with the testing methods, because the results just don't make sense.
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You see also the potential of the chip when you push them to the max with something that you could scale to near infinite number of cores to it with pure math benchmarks.
Applications with near perfect scaling should theoretically perform much better on the Magny-Cours system because it has more real cores.
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