Monday, July 11, 2011

Bulldozer engineering sample frags Sandy Bridge

Read it here. The 3.2GHz Bulldozer leads Sandy Bridge by about 36%.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep. Fudzilla. Same asshats that purported to have actual Phenom benchmarks. Totally credible.


3:09 PM, July 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bwha....desperate pumping over at the Yahoo AMD message boards not yielding results?

Keep bringing the fake Bulldozer benchmarks like this one forward...Asshat.

7:11 PM, July 11, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awww - too bad that by the time they actually get a working part to market where someone can actually buy one, Ivy Bridge will be here - if you think they'll have a full line up of competetive products before then you're a bigger dolt than you make yourself out to be.

This is the same bullshit rhetoric that flew around surrounding the Phenom launch and we all know how that debacle went.

How's that BK prediction coming? Record profits quarter after quarter...hmmm - yeah thats a company that's going bankrupt...

How are those "treble damages" going? Oh gee...they settled - because Intel would have just yanked their x86 license and left AMD to wither and die if they didn't...

How are AMD's profits compared to Intels?

Been contacted yet by federal authorities regarding presenting false credentials?

10:33 AM, July 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"because Intel would have just yanked their x86 license and left AMD to wither and die if they didn't.."

That was never an option for Intel nor would it have been desirable for them if they could, sorry to spoil your world view.

4:16 PM, July 14, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes - because a remark by another anonymous poster on a board I'm really just trolling on spoils my world view. Get over yourself.

For the record - I never said it was desirable. It's not desirable for anyone involved - including consumers- which is the crux of the matter. The fact still remains, that if there were other competition for Intel other than AMD - then Intel could have if they wanted/needed to after the fact. It's not a perpetual agreement - they could have easily let it expire.

11:17 AM, July 16, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear gullible fanbois, all those benchmarks were FAKED by OBR.

sharipoop got caught again peddling FAKE information.

2:03 PM, July 17, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The engineering samples some friends of mine at a major server manufacturer have gotten are, in the words of one, "Bigger, steamier, piles of shit than the old P4 CPU's...there is serious internal debate on whether we're even going to design servers around AMD CPU's anymore...."

I lul'd....

Phenom Launch, Round 2.

4:12 PM, July 18, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you don't care about your data, buy Intel crap:

12:35 AM, July 19, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe AMD can send that engineering sample to reviewers? The ones they are sending now don't frag anything. AMD engineers are amazing-- given four months to polish Bulldozer, they managed to LOWER its performance by at least 40%!!!

12:57 PM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BWAHAHAHA - this post is yet another of your FAIL attempts....benches out today directly contradict this post on all levels.

You are a failure Sharikou. You should go find a janitorial position. Or maybe something in the food service department. Its time for you to disappear and go away. So please do so.

I can troll just as easily on AMDZone or Tom's Hardware - Baronfucktard is almost as big a buffoon as you are...

9:51 PM, October 12, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How's the cock sucking tonite, Sharikou?

Getting all lubed up for dessert?

Who's inserting the sausage into you tonight?


5:32 PM, October 16, 2011  

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