Followed by video-review of AMD FX-8130P processor, same user sunnykfc has published a comparative test of AMD FX-8130P and Intel Core i5-2500K, both clocked at 4,0Ghz.
In spite of using the latest beta version, AIDA64 cache and memory tests does not seem to work correctly with latest AMD processors, therefore, such results are for informational purposes only.
Comments are useless, valid FX-8130P results can be seen only after adding full support for the processors in AIDA64 software suite.
On the other hand, SuperPi can demonstrate true performance of a single processor core.
As you see, there is nothing for AMD to boast of — 9,345 second (Core i5-2500K) versus 21,465 seconds (FX-8130P) indicate a significant performance loss for Bulldozer cores.
Off course, eight cores of FX-8130P can change the picture with multi-threaded tasks, but it is not that simple.
Quad-core Core i5-2500K has outdone its rival in CineBench 11.5 video coding test with the score of 5.79 versus 5.66 of FX-8130P.
Considering the findings, thoughts on AMD Bulldozer delay due to insufficient performance look quite plausible.