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Old November 5, 2010, 08:57 PM
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You got that right!

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The upcoming 1065T, at 2.9GHz and 95watts TDP sounds interesting too...
Very nice find Delavan.
I wonder if they'll ever bring a Stock 4GHZ chip out.

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Now I hope that Bulldozer will become the "second-coming" of the Athlon64-era...That would be nice.
I could give a try to another AMD CPU!!! ( had a good time with that A64 3400+ Clawhammer back in the day) Well, they'll have to give their motherboard's chipsets a better TRIM support for SSDs first...
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Now I hope that Bulldozer will become the "second-coming" of the Athlon64-era...That would be nice.
I could give a try to another AMD CPU!!! ( had a good time with that A64 3400+ Clawhammer back in the day) Well, they'll have to give their motherboard's chipsets a better TRIM support for SSDs first...

I hope all this fires up another board partner or two...that is what is really lacking on AMD's side of things. And yes, the TRIM support too.


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Old November 5, 2010, 09:59 PM
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ES samples of BULLDOZER will be coming soon, so hopefully we'll start to see benchies suddenly appearing!

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The first engineering samples of Zambezi chips that will be available for AMD's partners for testing will be released already in December, 2010, about a month from now, sources familiar with AMD plans told X-bit labs. Production candidates should be ready by February and the initial production of the company's first desktop microprocessors powered by the long-awaited Bulldozer micro-architecture is scheduled to start in April next year. Probably, the launch of the chip will occur around the same timeframe.
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trouble is, those es chips will be not very oc friendly,some say. so don't look at that, just have your eyeballs set for the multi threaded stuff...cinebench should be interesting.
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If I'm not mistaking (could be wrong), cinebench is a number-cruching/ raw CPU power demonstration, but doesn't translate into "Awesome-gaming" CPU right?
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not necessarily. if my neurons are firing in order after the beer setting, i believe it renders so yeah, it'll do good in games if it does good in there too.
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