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|2009-01-06 12:37 AM|
Architecture was probably the wrong term. But those CPUs are different.
Their decoding performance difference is bigger than GHz would suggest.
|2009-01-05 11:28 PM|
Originally Posted by granduncle View Post
|2009-01-05 10:20 PM|
|jean luc picard||
good article. thankyou.
i think my dream of running blu-ray on an old athlon @ 2.2 GHz is dead. hopefully digital downloads make more inroads this year and then blu ray can kiss my ass.
|2009-01-05 06:43 PM|
Those are different architecture CPUs: 5200+ and 4850e.
IIRC, the 4850e when overclocked to around 2.8GHz matches the 5200.
|2009-01-05 06:25 PM|
|mr_raider||Why do they say than AMD at 2.5Ghz can't play HD, while it can at 2.7Ghz? Does an 8% speed bump make a difference?|
|2009-01-05 04:22 PM|
|FootandMouth||Yes I noticed and edited the post...thanks for the relink though|
|2009-01-05 03:47 PM|
You noticed it is from 2005, right?
Here is this year's
This is interesting as well
|2009-01-05 03:39 PM|
Interesting Article on building a HTPC @the end of 2008
I found some very useful info here, although it's american so some of the issues around HD recording might be different in Canada