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I've got all of you, and I'l do higher.



Lets see a 2500K do higher than that.
How about a 2600K
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Awesome how you guys hijaked this dude's thread

Ohhh my 2500K is sooo awesome, AMD sucks!!

You realize that up until the C2D series, AMD straight up OWNED Intel for YEARS? It'll happen again
Edited by Phobos223 - 5/3/11 at 7:38am
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I did not see the only 4.65GHz run.

You're only getting that because you have a phase change unit. Its not even a practical overclock for most people, even those with water loops.

SB can do 5GHz on air.

There is no comparison.


But since you beat me by .04 points I will up my overclock and run it again. However before I do since its really easy to just edit the file for Cinebench I would like you to actually prove your 4.65GHz overclock and the run itself with a screen shot.

You understand right? Its not that I don't believe 1090T under phase change can reach 4.65GHz stable, I would just like to see some actual proof.

I understand. Wish this had been said earlier though, I finished up with the phase unit just an hour ago. Couldn't seem to get very good scores today mind. If you think about it, this CPU is stable at 4.3 on water, 300MHz more isn't going to be hard to get when its 70'c cooler than on water.

Also phase is getting more common.


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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5 View Post
How about a 2600K
A chip that's priced over $100 more than a 1090T?* I'd hope so. Although I think with the correct cooling, I think I'd be able to give the 2600K a run for its money.

*Prices from Newegg.
Edited by Willhemmens - 5/3/11 at 7:50am
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A chip that's priced over $100 more than a 1090T?* I'd hope so. Although I think with the correct cooling, I think I'd be able to give the 2600K a run for its money.

*Prices from Newegg.
It's so easy to get sucked into these debates

So yeah, I'm out of here
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People, give it a rest...every day there is something better, faster, nicer to get, to have, to buy, to own, to desire in "Computer World"...at least we live in a competitive world were we can enjoy all this nice equipment that we can afford and that we can max out to the limits of their capabilities..just enjoy what you have...
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People, give it a rest...every day there is something better, faster, nicer to get, to have, to buy, to own, to desire in "Computer World"...at least we live in a competitive world were we can enjoy all this nice equipment that we can afford and that we can max out to the limits of their capabilities..just enjoy what you have...
So true, Bulldozer coming on June 7th...Once the end users get a hold of it we may be off Sandy Bridge's dick and moved on.
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No bottleneck here!! MEEP MEEP!!

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So true, Bulldozer coming on June 7th...Once the end users get a hold of it we may be off Sandy Bridge's dick and moved on.
Ah well, we'll keep the industry alive!
These guys up here that say "mine is better then yours", they surely keep the industry alive!
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Little bit of thread necromany but here is an update from the Mechwarrior Living Legends forum. I am just copying my post from there in case anyone is still interested in my little problem.

Right guys, I have had enough of my 5870's barely breaking a sweat playing this game and being bottlenecked to around 40% usage.

I have jumped ship and will be running an Intel rig next week.

This is not a fanboy or flame war. My rig already plays MWLL amazingly, and even with only one 5870 will play at CCC Level 4+ comfortably.

Current build:

AMD Thuban Phenom II 1055T @ 4Ghz
Asus Crosshair IV Formula
8GB Corsair Dominator GT
2x Asus HD5870 in Crossfire
Asus Xonar D2X 7.1 Sound Card
All wrapped up in a Corsair 700D with custom water cooling.

Simply I don't believe the Phenom II chips have the IPC performance to let my twin 5870's sing properly.
I will be doing lots of before and after bench runs for anyone who is interested in the difference of both chips at 4Ghz.

Build will be:

Intel i7 2600k
Asus Maximus IV Extreme
8GB Corsair Dominator GT
2x Asus HD5870 in Crossfire
Asus Xonar D2X 7.1 Sound Card
All wrapped up in a Corsair 700D with custom water cooling.

Benchmarks-

Cinebench 11.5
AMD Stock - 4.98pts
Intel Stock
AMD @ 4.0ghz - 7.13pts
Intel @4.0ghz

wPrime
AMD Stock - 14.32s
Intel Stock
AMD @ 4.0ghz - 10.16s
Intel @4.0ghz

AvP DX11 Benchmark
AMD Stock @ 1920x1080 - 112.5fps
Intel Stock @ 1920x1080
AMD @ 4.0ghz @ 1920x1080 - 115.2fps
AMD @ 4.0ghz @ 5760x1080 - 54.2fps
Intel @4.0ghz @ 1920x1080
Intel @4.0ghz @ 5760x1080

Heaven 2.5 DX10 Benchmark min/avg
AMD Stock @ 1920x1080 - 13.7/96.1
Intel Stock @ 1920x1080
AMD @ 4.0ghz @ 1920x1080 - 13.8/100.0
AMD @ 4.0ghz @ 5760x1080 - 13.3/29.9
Intel @4.0ghz @ 1920x1080
Intel @4.0ghz @ 5760x1080


If you guys want to see any other benchs or tests done then let me know.

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Cool beans - just a word to the wise though...

4Ghz is way, way low for SB.

AvP and Heaven are both going to bottleneck on your gpus with either cpu.

You should test Crysis 1 for instance, because it uses the same engine as the game you're having the usage issues with.

Other than that just bench the games you have, and then compare your results.

I think in most cases at 5760 its not going to make a big difference though Also consider an i5-2500k, but you don't seem to have any cost concerns so enjoy
    
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