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what CPU do you have vote! part 2

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by AthlonX2, Jul 29, 2010.

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What CPU do you have?

  1. Intel Core 2 Duo

    18.5%
  2. Intel Core 2 Quad

    15.8%
  3. Intel Core i3

    2.8%
  4. Intel Core i5

    15.4%
  5. Intel Core i7

    27.1%
  6. Intel "Gulftown"

    2.3%
  7. AMD Phenom II X6

    10.5%
  8. AMD Phenom II X4

    16.9%
  9. AMD Phenom II X3

    2.4%
  10. AMD Phenom II X2

    3.5%
  11. AMD Phenom X4

    3.5%
  12. AMD Phenom X3

    0.9%
  13. AMD Athlon II X4

    2.5%
  14. AMD Athlon II X3

    2.1%
  15. AMD Athlon II X2

    6.5%
  16. AMD Sempron

    1.8%
  17. AMD Sempron X2

    0.4%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    I voted for Gulftown because I am Folder, I has to have 12 cores:D
     
  2. V8VANTAGE New Member

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    i5 2500k
     
  3. Wrathier

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    Considering that a Intel Core i5 Quad is more than enough juice for all current games according to a lot of specialists, we are pretty many people spending more on an I7 he he.
     
  4. babouk100

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    voted for my i7-3930k
     
  5. IamEzio

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    Voted for My E8400 long time ago , now i have an i5 3470
     
  6. tacosRcool

    tacosRcool

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    nooooooooooo

    I already voted but I upgraded my cpu.....
     
  7. mDee

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    1090T :toast:
     
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    Welcome to TPU!

    That's a good chip, are you running any overclocks? :)
     
    Crunching for Team TPU
  9. mDee

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    Thank you. :)

    I'm running the PhenomTweaker software (which :rockout: ). 1.2GHz idle @ 0.800v and 3.8GHz load @ 1.350v. So bordering on 4.0GHz with less than stock voltage. Idle power consumption is excellent too; I don't feel bad browsing the web with this thing. Passively cooled too. :D
     
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    SIGSEGV

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    golden batch chip :rockout:
    i think your 1090T could reach above 4.0 Ghz easily and with low voltage

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    i also vote for amd sempron
     
  11. punisher186

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    Stock Phenom 955 for my gaming PC and Celeron D 330 in my server.

    EDIT: 50th post!
     
  12. 3870x2

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    Aside from the FX/A series, this 2 year old thread is surprisingly still relevant.
     
  13. mDee

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    Got it off eBay no less, back when the Bulldozer hype was in full force and lots of people were offloading their X4 and X6 chips. :D

    I'll have to try 4.0GHz one day.

    I try to support AMD where I can (graphics included) but I have no need to upgrade from AM3 just yet, though I'm glad to see the improvements they've made with Piledriver.

    I'm going to build an FM2 mini-ITX system for my folks though. I'm thinking the 65W A8-5500: four cores and plenty of graphics power. No need to overclock. FM2 is supposed to stick around for another 2 generations so I'll upgrade again when APU power consumption comes down to <35W or thereabouts.
     
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    From 1998 to nowadays_ Pentium 350 (1800 U$D with turbo boost button !)-Pentium3 800mhz-
    celeron 2200 mhz-Pentium4 with (800mhz FSB !)-Athlon64 3800 (2000 mhz)-Athlon64 4800 (2400mhz)-Core2duo 6420-Core2duo 6750-Core2duo 8400-i7 920-Athlon ii 250-AMD FX 6100-AMD FX 8150
     
  15. Rei86 New Member

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    Main rig went from a Intel Wolfdale E3110 processor on a X38 board to a Z77 i7-3770k

    The HTPC is running a Intel Core Single celeron about to go AMD A8-5600k

    Oh if we're talking about all of our CPUs..

    Socket 939 FX53 on a DFi nF4 Lanparty > Intel E3110 with a X38 Asus Max Formula > Intel i7-3770k Z77 Asus Max V Formula

    HTPC is on some intel 775 mobo with some cheapo celeron.
     
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2012
  16. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    I went from athlon xp 2500>Athlon 64 somethingsomething>Athlonx2 5200+>Pentium 4 dualcore at 2.5ghz(laptop)> Phenomx4 II 925> PIIx4 955> Core I5 3570k These upgrade were all within 6 years haha.
     
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    i5 750 @ 4 Ghz... still reliable....
     
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    Intel i7 3930k for me, found my old box so thought of taking a pic of it for the gist :toast:
    edited it to a smaller pic.

    [​IMG]
     
  19. MrSeanKon

    MrSeanKon New Member

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    A 4.5 years old AMD Phenom quad core. But I love it!
    Well some statistics right now!
    Total voters: 999!
    Who will be the 1000th voter??? :laugh:
    809 votes for Intel CPUs and 408 for AMD.
    Thus ~66.5% of TP users prefer mama Intel :cool:
     
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    i7 3930K / i7 3770K / i5 3570K
     
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    hey I still have a good old q6600 running @ 3Ghz and i still love :)
     
  22. tinbin New Member

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    voted i7
    and a old q6600
     
  23. T3RM1N4L D0GM4

    T3RM1N4L D0GM4

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    Q6600 on main rig
    I3-370 on laptop
    Pentium dualcore E2180 on my linux machine.

    Ehi, where's the pentium dualcore?

    :D

    edit: is in the old thread where i've already voted :D
     
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    Where are the intel pentiums? (they still make new pentiums)
     
  25. Frick

    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=175017


    There is a new thread, but it's not sticky.
     

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