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AMD Bulldozer FX Performance reaction video..

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October 13, 2011 5:57:14 AM

This is just a video I made after I read the Bulldozer review on this site a few hours ago. Haha :p 

(Trying to embed the video)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-Q8rhnbvTc
I hope you enjoy it.

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October 13, 2011 6:37:59 AM

Lol. Very Good!


The thing is; The bulldozer is actually a good, and fast processor ... And for the multimedia applications that are able to utilize all of its cores it does actually match, or trump Sandy Bridge for a lower price.

The problem is, Due to its massively multicored design ... It isn't very versatile!

If you are a gamer ... BULLdozer fails!
If you need to use older applications which lack good multicore support ... BULLdozer fails!
If you are compiling things ... BULLdozer fails!
If you use BAD apple software such as Itunes .. BULLdozer fails!

So if you are the average user which does a bit of gaming, software development, and need to use legacy applications ... Choose Intel's Sandy Bridge 2500 or 2600 as these will offer more consistent performance across all your applications for a good price.

BUT if you are using content creation applications, simple office applications, and only occasionally gaming by all means choose the Bulldozer as the performance per dollar for Content Creation apps (Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Blender) are second to none.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/fx-8150-zambezi-bulldozer-990fx,3043-15.html

All I'm saying is that the Bulldozer DOES have a place, and a market. Sure the Sandy Bridge is the better option for most users, but for those few only using content creation and media encoding applications Bulldozer is also very useful.


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October 13, 2011 6:38:27 AM

Good short video I enjoyed it.At least it's truthful.
October 13, 2011 7:02:12 AM

ukee1593 said:
Lol. Very Good!


The thing is; The bulldozer is actually a good, and fast processor ... And for the multimedia applications that are able to utilize all of its cores it does actually match, or trump Sandy Bridge for a lower price.

The problem is, Due to its massively multicored design ... It isn't very versatile!

If you are a gamer ... BULLdozer fails!
If you need to use older applications which lack good multicore support ... BULLdozer fails!
If you are compiling things ... BULLdozer fails!
If you use BAD apple software such as Itunes .. BULLdozer fails!

So if you are the average user which does a bit of gaming, software development, and need to use legacy applications ... Choose Intel's Sandy Bridge 2500 or 2600 as these will offer more consistent performance across all your applications for a good price.

BUT if you are using content creation applications, simple office applications, and only occasionally gaming by all means choose the Bulldozer as the performance per dollar for Content Creation apps (Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Blender) are second to none.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/fx-8150-zambezi-bulldozer-990fx,3043-15.html

All I'm saying is that the Bulldozer DOES have a place, and a market. Sure the Sandy Bridge is the better option for most users, but for those few only using content creation and media encoding applications Bulldozer is also very useful.




Bulldozer fails??????

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/315752-28-buying-bull...

http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/zardon/amd-fx-815...

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1285/pg10/amd-fx-...

Please have a look at the whole review..... Its from a gaming perspective.
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