This question already has an answer here:
He says TDP is the main indicator of performance. My current quad core 3GHz i5 cpu has a TDP of 80W, as does my 2002 Athlon XP. They are not even remotely similar in performance. These facts are 100% verifyable, in one paragraph I have shown that the entire basis of his answer is factually incorrect.
There really needs to be a way to overule voting where something can be clearly shown to be entirely wrong?
This misinformation is really damaging to the credibility (as well as the usefulness) of stackexchange as a whole and unsurprisingly happens the most in superuser where the audience is least technical or capable of assesing the merit of an answer. People can say any old nonsense, add a graph and it gets upvoted like crazy.
Once they snowball better answers don't just rise to the top, they never get looked at at all.
Fact is not a popularity contest, we need a sanity checking mechanism.