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Old 17th April 2005, 06:46   #1
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It's finally here - a true performance comparison between AMD and Intel processors. This will allow ambitious users as well as OEM partners and especially dealers to compare their systems with our reference values. What's special about this is a feature that it lets you directly compare two different CPUs of your choice. Simply select the desired models and a benchmark, and the appropriate chart appears. The two CPUs are displayed in the diagrams as specially marked red bars. Shown at the very bottom is also some important additional information: the absolute and relative difference between the two models. If you click on any of the bars on the chart, a pop-up window appears with data about that particular test configuration we used.

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Old 17th April 2005, 12:26   #3
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funny when u switch from 3d programs to other like divx that u can see the switch between AMD and Intel

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Nice and handy, but I think they should mention the different cores for the same model numbers in the drop down menu (like 3000+ winnie and newcastle)
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The table shows me 1 thing -

I don't have to do any upgrade for two years at the very least by comparing CPU performance in the last three years. In another word if you own any 2 to 3 years old P4 or AXP with decent overclocked speed you are set for another two more years.

I am using 25 to 50% gain in performance rule.
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