DonanimHaber has a bunch of benchmark results posted up for an AMD FX-8130P Bulldozer processor that they have for testing. The FX-8130P was paired with Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 motherboard, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 graphics card and 4GB of Kingston HyperX DDR3-1866MHz. Some of the benchmarks run aren’t multi-core intensive and the results of Super Pi 1M are not really that impressive as it took 19.5 seconds to finish a 1M run:
with the B1 revision of an engineering sample processor, 3.2GHz as standard in the Core 2 technology has been working and Turbo 3.6GHz 8-core assets to, 4-core 4.2GHz to as the active ‘e can go. GeForce GTX 580 and Core i7-2600K’daki with the use of the same case as 97 watts in standby power draw of the Bulldozer platform, the Core i7-990X-processor system under load consumes less power than about 10 Watts. Example B1 revision of the underlying processor and the upcoming results here, Bulldozer CPUs will be available for the entire test, because the processor must not accept the final results probably indicate the need to live in a L3 problem. The results of tests using the Gigabyte 990FX-UD5 board now to take a look at the bottom of the gallery. Recently, these tests, the test results with 8-core processor can do what in different areas to be added.