- Jul 7, 2014
- 152 (0.06/day)
- Columbia, SC
|Processor||Intel 2500k OCed at 4.6ghz|
|Cooling||Thermalright Macho Rev.A|
|Memory||8GB G.Skill 2133|
|Video Card(s)||Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce 3X OCed at 1050mhz base and 1600mhz vram|
|Storage||Mushkin Enhance 256gb SSD, Western Digital 750gb and 3TB HHDs|
|Display(s)||Asus 24" 1080p|
|Case||Lian-Li Mid Tower|
|Audio Device(s)||Mobo sound|
|Power Supply||SeaSonic 560 watt gold|
|Mouse||Logitec 3 button laser mouse|
|Keyboard||Das Keyboard Model S (the blank key model)|
|Software||Windows 8.1 64 bit|
Zen is a huge performance leap for AMD and also a very versatile core that will be applied across AMD's entire product line. Intel will be playing catch-u[p once again, especially in APUs.
And you know this... how? You need to tone down your fanboy. No one is hating on AMD, rather, most are just pointing out the current inferiority of AMD CPUs. Pretty much everyone here wants AMD to make a competitive CPU.
Sorry, but what do you expect when AMD's top CPU gets beaten in virtually every performance metric by an Intel CPU that costs $50 less, and offers things like PCI-Express 3.0, which AM3+ does not support?
Delusional fanboys who ignore basic facts make no sense to me.