Yeah, the entire FX series (I think) has a single FP-unit per *pair* of
This is in contrast to that which went before, the Phenom II X6, for
example, had 6 FP units.
On 2016-09-22 12:53, Anon Lister wrote:
> The AMD only has 2 floating point units too, they just define "core"
> differently(believe there was a class action lawsuit over this started
> recently). Given GR is mostly FP math, I'd go with the intel.
> On Sep 22, 2016 10:43 AM, "Fernando Peral" <ferna...@samara.com.es> wrote:
>> I'm buying a new computer and two possible options will be intel
>> i3-6100 and AMD FX-4300.
>> Performance using GNU-Radio may be the key to the selection of one or
>> the other.
>> I guess the more cores the CPU, the better the performance.
>> FX-4300 is 4 cores, i3-6100 is only two cores but they say both of them
>> runs 4 threads.
>> I should think that a real core (AMD) will work faster than a "logic"
>> one (intel), but reading benchmarks it seems that i3-6100 beats FX-4300
>> ..... but what with GNU-Radio?
>> Anyone has test both?
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