- Oct 1, 2006
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|System Name||The ClusterF**k|
|Processor||980X @ 4Ghz|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 BIOS F12|
|Cooling||MCR-320, DDC-1 pump w/Bitspower res top (1/2" fittings), Koolance CPU-360|
|Memory||3x2GB Mushkin Redlines 1600Mhz 6-8-6-24 1T|
|Video Card(s)||Evga GTX 580|
|Storage||Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB, 2xSeagate 320GB RAID0; 2xSeagate 3TB; 2xSamsung 2TB; Samsung 1.5TB|
|Display(s)||HP LP2475w 24" 1920x1200 IPS|
|Case||Technofront Bench Station|
|Audio Device(s)||Auzentech X-Fi Forte into Onkyo SR606 and Polk TSi200's + RM6750|
|Power Supply||ENERMAX Galaxy EVO EGX1250EWT 1250W|
|Software||Win7 Ultimate N x64, OSX 10.8.4|
Down with AMD! They sold their souls to the middle-east! INTEL FTW!
Personally, I think AMD is trying to be posers to see if people will think thrice about Phenom and so forth. AMD's processors suck because of a matter of bribes under the table from Intel to the software developers. If successful, AMD might buy some time to restore the stocks that they deserve, not what they lose for. Nehalem is one thing with eight threads on the run on an applicantion that will commit suicide to support, but a 45nm Phenom spotted being OC'd to 4.1 Ghz on decent cooler with blazing fast memory speeds, thats another thing. Once games finally support tri or quad core processors, believe me, Nehalem will be a dud just like what the Pentium 4 is when the Athlon 64 came along.
As for games: Umm, how about SupCom? It's fully Quad supported, and guess which chip wins?
You should actually do a little research on cpus and how they work before making nonsensical posts like this.