Originally Posted by Steevo
we estimate that customers will see up to 50% more performance from 33% more cores.
So for a example we will say the 12 core system can execute 1000 standard complex threads in one second. 1000/12= 83.33 per core. So now we have a standardized core work number.
So they say that the new processor will do 1500 standard complex threads in once second. 1500/16=93.75 threads per core per second, or a 12.5 clock efficiency increase per core.
Flawed logic. Try your math again. Your numbers are not correct. Uh, let's start with 93.75-83.33....reversing the math give 151+%.
I look at it this way... we added 33% more cores, but got 50% more performance. that leaves 17% extra performance, spread across 16 cores...
I see your logic as interpreting the increase from only those extra 4 cores....
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