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Old 10-10-18, 02:16 PM
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Principled Technologies Responds to Misleading Benchmark Claims - Will Retest AMD CPU

The company refutes claims that their report was misleading.



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"Principled" technologies, ROFL!
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I think this is probably the best insight to the whole situation.

I agree with GN that there are some questionable testing methodologies but whether sincere or not I believe one of the co-founders of PT does come across here like they want to be transparent.

It sounds like Intel commissioned this v last minute and I think they gently encouraged testing to be done one way rather than another
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I think this is probably the best insight to the whole situation.

I agree with GN that there are some questionable testing methodologies but whether sincere or not I believe one of the co-founders of PT does come across here like they want to be transparent.

It sounds like Intel commissioned this v last minute and I think they gently encouraged testing to be done one way rather than another

Yeah it's intel, i wouldn't put it past them.


Good that they are looking to sort it out though.
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Old 10-10-18, 09:34 PM
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They have lost all credibility as testers IMHO as they deliberately and wilfully stacked testing in Intel's favour.
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I think this says it all...
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Old 13-10-18, 03:31 PM
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Check out AdoredTV : https://www.youtube.com/user/adoredtv

He gives some real deep insight to Intel's history of doing this with benchmarks in the past.

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