There are no performance increases at all with these new b3's. Still the same old stuff, but the eratta is now fixed....Amd doesn't have much time before Nehalem is released...Also, considering intel is moving up their Bloomfield Nehalem processors to Q3 2008 (Pre-emptive strike to completely shut down the want for Shanghai), AMd is in big trouble.
i think we all want to see amd with a good product before the year is out
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Amd has some serious catching up to do that's for sure. I'm still sitting on an AMD and for every thing I do I don't notice any lag or drag. Most of the games I run don't even get close to 75% utilization of both cores, and that's only in heavy games. Getting mileage like that I'm probably going to wait and see what comes with Intels platform change, and what happens with the 65nm quad prices when they switch out.
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