- Jan 24, 2014
Let me repeat: the irony comes from ignoring his "real world" conclusion on those 2 specific Intel and AMD CPUs. You bemoan reviewers putting too much of an accent on synthetic benchmarks as opposed to real world productivity workloads, yet when they finally express their conclusions as to how these purchases are worth in the real world, you chose to ignore them... because they don't fit the synthetic benchmarks?!What is ironic is that you would think I can't agree with a particular presentation in a body of work without disagreeing with its conclusion. What sort of thinking is that?
It's not even about me not agreeing with you, as I probably already stated Come Lake is quite competitive. It's the provocative hyperbole that led to a response.
It's obviously not cool as you seem irritated. I invite you to pay more attention to my "one-sided gotchas", you may find I'm not particularly popular around the forum because sooner or later I have contradictory discussions with just about anybody.We all know what's popular on Anandtech now, and your one-sided gotchas (you've done this to other users) may get you a few points here and there so it's cool.
I have said this before: this is a public forum, we discuss things publicly. If you have a private matter to resolve with @lobz , do so using the messaging system.so go ahead and be his spokesman because he's made no real argument in this thread.