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First Look at Presler: Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955 CPU Review

Started by: Anemone | Date 12/27/05 10:24:52 AM
Comments: 199 | Last Comment:  09/01/16 06:03:02 PM

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Well I again can see that you do a half assed review, as you only use an older 955x Mobo and not the I975 Chipset that was made to be used with the 955EE Pressler. You guys really are AMD Fanboys. BTW I have a 3.73EE on a P5N32-SLI with 2GBs of Corsair PC2-8000UL(1000MHz) and I beat every Single Core that AMD has to offer. You guys suck.
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how about you die..... crazy freak. Do you think such a review is made within 5 min.? And what makes you think X-Bit Labs has everything in stock for testing?
And you simply cant beat AMD Single Core CPU on every front with your Intel CPU. Let your intel work on a seti@home package against a 3800+ single core.
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I will go with Intel, they are more serious and stable than AMD.
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"There isn’t much to say about the Extreme Edition 955 or Intel’s Presler architecture. The performance numbers show it all, AMD is still king..."

"Ultimately, although the Pentium Extreme Edition 955 improves upon Intel's previous flagship dual-core offering in virtually every way, AMD still has an edge in our opinion with the Athlon 64 X2..."

"There is only one test in our suite where the Pentium Extreme Edition 955 is faster than the Athlon 64 X2 4800+..."

Howmuch did Intel pay for this review?
Oh, and by the way, you should compare it with AMD's M2! I recall that Voodoo PC president said people will be shocked when M2 hits the street...
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 12/27/05 11:58:49 PM]

It is plagiat from russian site:
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 12/28/05 11:40:26 PM]
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Did it ever occur to you that the author of this article is Russian, and that he could have written it in English and Russian, and put the article written it Russian on a Russian website? Did the name Gavric on the Russian site make you think of, even in the slightest way, the name Gavrichenkov, i.e. the author of this English language article? Do you think it is even slightly possible it is the same person and it is not plagiarized?
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