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    tony929292 New Member

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    ok go had laugh what is amd best processer out now next is it comparsble with intels simthfleid daul core hypertheard extreme edition
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    amd fx-57

    intel pentium 840ee
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    You can't really compair a single core to a dual core. But the fastest single core is the Fx-57.

    -Dan
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    so you guy would say 840ee is the best out todate
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    just read a review of the fx-57 vs. p4 840ee and the intel got spanked around by that fx
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    Its not out to date...its really new. But you can't beat a Fx-57 in gaming, they are pretty much made for it. Dual core is pointless in games now, no games are writen to take advantage of the two cores. But in windows with stuff writen for hyper threading and some newer programs a dual core will shine.

    -Dan
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    Yes it will...the fx-57 is a fast processor, but when it comes to multitasking, daul core will win.

    -Dan
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    could you put hyperlink of review please :) :) also if 840ee is not what is intel best gaming cpu 3.73ee or how about mine p4 660 :D
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    learn to google, lazy :rolleyes:
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    Took the word right out of my mouth...well fingers I guess lol :rolleyes:

    Intels best gaming cpu is probably the 3.73ee or 3.46ee and the 670. They kind of fight one another.

    -Dan
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    Tom’s Hardware Preview Intel’s new Pentium D (Dual Core) processor.

    Read: http://www.tomshardware.com/cpu/20050405/index.html

    Review Summary:

    Pentium D 820 (2.8Ghz), 830 (3Ghz) and 840 (3.2Ghz) will have HT disabled
    Pentium D 840 Exrtreme will have 2 cores with HT enabled on each
    Only revised LGA775 sockets will support the Pentium D’s (handles 15+w more power).
    Pentium D’s may not run at 1066Mhz BUS speed (reduced to 800Mhz)
    The Pentium D 840 Extreme is much slower at games than a Single core P4 3.6Ghz.

    Anandtech have further previewed Intel’s Latest Dual Core Processors.

    Summary:

    A64 3500+ 2.2Ghz, Power Consumption Idle: 117 Watts.
    A64 3500+ 2.2Ghz, Power Consumption Load: 143 Watts.

    P4 D (Dual Core) 2.8Ghz, Power Consumption Idle: 171 Watts.
    P4 D (Dual Core) 2.8Ghz Power Consumption Load: 244 Watts.

    Athlon 64 3500+ (2.2Ghz) beats the P4D 2.8Ghz and a P4 3Ghz Processor at Business Winstone 2004 and Office Productivity SYSMark 2004.
    Both P4’s win at Video Encoding.
    The Athlon 64 3500+ (2.2Ghz) wins all gaming benchmarks even though it is 600Mhz to 800Mhz slower.
    The P4’s beat the Athlon 64 3500+ (2.2Ghz) when many apps are running in the background.
    Both P4’s lose to the Athlon 64 3500+ (2.2Ghz) when gaming with one background app running.
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    bottom line fx 57 for gaming 840ee for mostly everthing esle
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    I'll do you one better and give you the link to THG's CPU Charts. Compare away!

    http://www23.tomshardware.com/index.html

    Note that the latest of the latest CPUs from both AMD and Intel is not on here.
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    Yes... you go it. AMD is better for gaming. Intel is better for buissness/multitasking and windows.

    -Dan
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    hyperlink N/P.

    the latest edition of CPU PC MODDER
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    Wheres the hyperlink then? lol

    -Dan
  17. nightelf84 Guest

    ohhh.. so it wasn't my browser's fault then LOL
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    Maybe he wanted that to be googled and that was the hyperlink?

    -Dan
  19. nightelf84 Guest

    I'm done googling for other people.. well, maybe when I'm in a better mood..
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    im just being an @ss :D LOL the review was read from the latest publication of that magazine, dunno if you could google it?
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    well said... :cool:
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    Thanks-you...and I know thats true aswell cause I have had both new Intels and I got a nice AMD now. My Intel was better a Mutli tasking (not that my AMD isn't) and my AMD is better gaming (not that my Intel wasn't).

    -Dan

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