your point? i would hope so considering amd is still on .18, it would be a whole other story if the thoroughbred was around and compare how both fare for ocing on .13. til then i don't see how it could be a good comparison.
His point is that the top score now belongs to a P4 system. That high a score is probably possible by an XP system, but 3DMark comparisons are very valid (I won't comment on the usefulness), since they are made up by people who use normal components, not hand-picked P4s.
Well, except for FUGGER, but he isn't near the top, so no big deal :wink:
But when Northwood wasn't out XP Was all over Wil Core P4. And all the Intel Fans were saying Wait till Northwood, Wait till Northwood. And all the AMD fans were replying by saying let's compare what we have don't compare what we will have. I am not an Intel/AMD Fan, I like both, but I would say that now it's Intel Fan's turn to say, Let's just compare what we have. Don't wait, because when AMD come out with .13u core t-bred you don't know what Intel will have. When AMD is out with their processor shrink we will compare what's best then. For now, Intel is on Top. Go Intel.
In this level of competition, P4 is the clear winner
we're talking about oc'ed chips? i didn't know it was any big secret that the p4 would oc higher and beat the highest oc'ed xp hands down. the wording sounds as colorful as the 3ghz p4 review. and i'm sure you of all people would know what kind of posts it takes to be an ass