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AMD FX "Vishera" Processor Pricing Revealed

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AMD's upcoming second-generation FX "Vishera" multi-core CPUs are likely to appeal to a variety of budget-conscious buyers, if a price-list leaked from US retailer BLT is accurate. The list includes pricing of the first four models AMD will launch some time in October, including the flagship FX-8350. The FX-8350 leads the pack with eight cores, 4.00 GHz clock speed, and 16 MB of total cache. It is priced at US $253.06. The FX-8350 is followed by another eight-core chip, the FX-8320, clocked at 3.50 GHz, and priced at $242.05.

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and im waiting for better performance/watt ratio, many cores doesnt mean it would be better on processing
but i guess we need some benchmark then
 

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Lol..they're still going to market these as 8,6,4 core CPU's...

4,3,2 is more accurate.
 
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IF,,, and i stress IF, AMD learned any lessons with bulldozer, this pricing would seem to suggest performance on par with an Ivy i5....

who knows tho..........
 
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IF,,, and i stress IF, AMD learned any lessons with bulldozer, this pricing would seem to suggest performance on par with an Ivy i5....

who knows tho..........
Early trinity benchmark's and the fact that clock speed has gone up suggest otherwise, which is unfortunate. Mostly unfortunate that I have almost no expectation's despite me owning a GPU of there's.
 
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I don't think this will make much difference... Hopefully AMD has at least fixed the horridly large power consumption, and maybe closed the performance gap in a bit. Honestly my expectations are pretty low considering how much of a big fat fail Bulldozer was...
 
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It'll be an incremental improvement over bulldozer, so it probably won't compete clock for clock, core for core with ivy bridge.

The thing that really caught my eye is... why would anyone buy an 8320? It's $11 cheaper and runs half a GHz slower. That doesn't sound right...
 

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Early trinity benchmark's and the fact that clock speed has gone up suggest otherwise, which is unfortunate.
Um, Trinity benchmarks suggest 10-15 improvement in IPC. L3 cache performance might increase as well (Bulldozer was pretty bad in this regard) but since Trinity doesn't contain any, we cannot tell how much of an impact (if any) this is going to have. Add the ~10% frequency increase on top of that and the improvement should be around 25% at same power consumption, which isn't all that bad ...

Nowhere near Sandy Bridge (let alone Ivy Bridge) when it comes to performance per watt but at least it looks more competitive as Intel hasn't been able to make such a big step from Sandy to Ivy Bridge.
 
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Outside of the corner cases where Bulldozer was decent too, I think at best it will be competitive with the Nehalem-based CPUs in more common usage scenarios.
 
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I don't think this will make much difference... Hopefully AMD has at least fixed the horridly large power consumption, and maybe closed the performance gap in a bit. Honestly my expectations are pretty low considering how much of a big fat fail Bulldozer was...
AMD won't make mistake twice in a row. This FX series is going to perform beyond our expectations of 15%. The interesting thing about this enhanced Bulldozer is for instance benchmark FX-8150 at 3.6GHz versus FX-8350 at 3.6GHz and you may find the Piledriver to gain a little, maybe about 1% to 5%. But bench a higher clock say at 4.6GHz for each and the Piledriver pulls ahead by as much 15% to 20%.

Why is it that the Piledriver runs better than Bulldozer clock for clock but with higher clocks :confused:
 
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AMD won't make mistake twice in a row. This FX series is going to perform beyond our expectations of 15%. The interesting thing about this enhanced Bulldozer is for instance benchmark FX-8150 at 3.6GHz versus FX-8350 at 3.6GHz and you may find the Piledriver to gain a little, maybe about 1% to 5%. But bench a higher clock say at 4.6GHz for each and the Piledriver pulls ahead by as much 15% to 20%.

Why is it that the Piledriver runs better than Bulldozer clock for clock but with higher clocks :confused:
well if your asking why i think its because none of those comparisons have been done yet and your making things up lol....
 

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As long as the 8350 can clock for clock beat thuban overall I will be happy. Seeing how it is clocked at 4ghz I doubt it will beat it IPC, but I can hope.
 

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well if your asking why i think its because none of those comparisons have been done yet and your making things up lol....
Quite possibly.

As long as the 8350 can clock for clock beat thuban overall I will be happy. Seeing how it is clocked at 4ghz I doubt it will beat it IPC, but I can hope.
I hope not. Prices just don't line up if it doesn't even match Sandy Bridge.
 

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I hope not. Prices just don't line up if it doesn't even match Sandy Bridge.
From the Chinese rumors I have heard they still can't beat Phenom II in single core, but multicore has gained some percents similar to Phenom I vs Phenom II. Biggest gain being clockspeed. I have heard 5ghz on air, but cannot confirm.
 
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$253??? that 8350 better perform otherwise for that price you might as well go intel :mad:
 

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From the Chinese rumors I have heard they still can't beat Phenom II in single core, but multicore has gained some percents similar to Phenom I vs Phenom II. Biggest gain being clockspeed. I have heard 5ghz on air, but cannot confirm.
If that's true, bummer. I heard 5ghz on air before Bulldozer was released too. Sounds like the same thing all over again.
 
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I have to agree , deffinately waiting on reviews as i could probably just stick with this cpu and get some new gfx's instead, i hope they(Amd) twist my arm on this matter.:)
 
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Little disappointed in the price. But I'm sure these will sell like BD did. Amazing how well that went after how heavily downed it was in reviews. Guess people only saw that FX name and went nuts.
 
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I think people were expecting a miracle driver, or a patch or something. But that never happened, and it still won't, and it is still a mediocre performance part at mediocre performance part pricing, not that it is bad, but it isn't great.


I still plan on using one for a server just so I can play around with it.
 
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well if your asking why i think its because none of those comparisons have been done yet and your making things up lol....
I read about this too, but they compared a supposing FX 8350 engineering sample (OC'ed Bulldozer IMO) that seemed to have done a lot better at higher frequencies. Remember your not only OC'ing the CPU, you are also OC'ing the HT and IMC unless you manually set them via bios. Anyhow this is all speculation, give me legitimate benchmarks then I will deside whether I will replace my FX 8120 w/ FX 8320 or for a few dollars more the FX 8350 :D
 
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I suspect these prices will start to decline after it's been out a few weeks. I wish it were that way with Intel, but there in a position where they don't have to. Even the previous generation has only come down slightly.
 
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Indeed, and welcome to TPU!