I'm sure Sony has a good reason for putting eight of those cores in there.
Ryu Connor wrote:HT can only show great benefits in niche scenarios: for example during a branch prediction failure and the subsequent pipeline flush, HT can run another waiting thread through the pipeline.
sschaem wrote:Jaguar include a brand new 'FPU' that more then double the theoretical peak compute of Bobcat. Double the throughput, but also optimized units and SSE4 & AVX support.
sschaem wrote:I cant find the orignal blog post, but you can see from this that PC gaming require higher end HW for many reason to acomplish the 'same' thing.
ronch wrote:I've always thought of the PC as somewhat less efficient than other platforms. For example, I've always wondered how systems, such as the Playstation (1) can make do with a 'slow' 33MHz CPU to be able to push games such as Gran Turismo, with all those pretty (for its time) car models. Back in 1995 we can only run those kinds of games using a much faster Pentium at, say, 166MHz.
maroon1 wrote:Benchmarks from pclab shows very different results
http://www.overclock.net/t/1364211/pcla ... benchmarks
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