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Multi-core and multi-threading performance (the multi-core myth?)

Today I read a new article on Anandtech, discussing the Bulldozer architecture in detail, focusing on where it performs well, and more importantly, where it does not, and why. There weren’t too many surprises in the article, as I mentioned … Continue reading

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AMD introduces Trinity: When is an improvement not an improvement?

The first reviews of AMD’s new Trinity line of APUs are coming in. The successor of AMD’s Llano replaces the Stars-based CPU logic with a Piledriver-based CPU. Piledriver, as you may know, is an update of the Bulldozer architecture. Bulldozer was not … Continue reading

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AMD Bulldozer: Nothing to see here, moving on

Well, Bulldozer reviews have finally arrived. They shouldn’t surprise people who’ve been following this blog. John Fruehe was spreading lies about Bulldozer’s performance, I called him out over a year ago. The claims he was making about things like “a lot … Continue reading

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