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    What about EX ones for Ivy? 12? 16?
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    come on!...Fake again?





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    why those program say 8 logical processor found
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    i don't understand anything !
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatRaceTin View Post
    why those program say 8 logical processor found
    Because Fritz Chess Benchmark is able to recognize 8 threads anyway. No matter what you put in (10 core +HT IB-E or 6 core + HT Gulftown) it will say it has 8 threads.

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    from: http://oclab.ru/topic/desyatiyaderny...ep-na-lga-2011
    CPU speed Intel Ivy Bridge-EP is still too early to judge, but from these results it is worth noting the level of performance in single threaded Super PI 1M. At a frequency of 2.8 GHz result was 8.83 seconds, which in simple mathematical calculation gives us the speed koeefitsient 24 724. For processors Intel Sandy Bridge, which are the fastest in the Super Pi to date, the ratio is about 37 500, ie marks for the conquest of 8.83 seconds would be required frequency of 4.2 GHz.

    If the result was really at a frequency of 2.8 GHz, with the launch of a new generation of processors, we see another race for records in Super Pi.

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    It's a fake. IVB-EP/EX has different certain values...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
    It's a fake. IVB-EP/EX has different certain values...
    Can you prove it is fake? Or are you just jealous about he having the new stuff?

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    Well the faked screenshot on the previous page doesn't bode well for him, and his history is less than blemish-free. That efficiency would also imply a 50% increase in IPC performance, I think not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Oj101 View Post
    Well the faked screenshot on the previous page doesn't bode well for him, and his history is less than blemish-free. That efficiency would also imply a 50% increase in IPC performance, I think not.
    How so? Could it not just have a very aggressive speed step? Say it's only using 1 core, clock it to 3.8 Ghz, or it's using 8/20 threads, clock it to 3.4?

    I don't see anything that shows what it's steppings are...?


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    9.423 sec with 3.6Ghz SB-E, but 8.83 is very heavy for 2.8Ghz


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