The lead in statement on the front page of bit-tech (i.e. not the front page of the article) is not bias against Intel because it comparing the specs of Intel and AMD's six-core CPUs. In this case AMD's six-core CPUs do have far more memory bandwidth and are more power efficient. However, given that Intel's six-core CPUs (Dunnington) are now pretty much end-of-life, and a server, not a workstation product, in the review itself, as you can see we've benchmarked the Opteron 2435 against Intel's flagship CPU, the Xeon W5580. And clearly the article itself isn't bias against Intel either - the Xeon W5580 comes out better in every benchmark and gets recommended, while the Opteron 2435 doesn't.