Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
I doubt that they will ever do that, they will make their own test that make it appear to be the fastest CPU ever when in reality it is no faster than it's competitors. Also their is no good way to have just one rating for each proccesor type, some proccesors are much better at some things and worse at others (i.e. an AMD is many times better than the Pentium 4 Proccesors at workstation tasks, but is the same or slower at 3D rendering tests look at the benchmarks here or the begining of the Artical here ). They should have different ratings for different things such as gaming, 3D rendering, and High end workstation tasks. BTW the artical is addressing the new AMD vs. the current P4 not including the new 2.8Ghz P4<br><br>
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