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Your cpu is not bottlenecking your. Bottlenecking would involve you CPU not having enough resources to assist with your card in gaming.

True the sandy bridge is better, but just because the X6 does not perform better than the a sandy bridge with your same card...doesnt means it is Bottlenecking it.


This is the link for the v-sync fix. http://www.mycrysis.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=33374

Load it, select your Resolution and FPS (for my tv I choose 60hz) have fraps already on.

When the game starts and you see the eye, if the FPS doesnt say 60 than press ALT+Enter Twice.

If that doesnt work, restart it and try it a few more times.


I avg 38 games per second but most of the time I v-sync at 45-50 fps when not much is happening.

You may have the "V-sync" bug as people were telling me it is called.

If you screen says at least 60fps when you start the game and you see the eye, than you dont have the bug and maybe a BD or 2600k might help. But Im sure it a optimization problem, not a problem with the processor.
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An X6 at 4.0Ghz doesn't bottleneck CrossfireX 6950's/6970's last I knew, so I don't see why it would hold back a 6990. I guess I could be wrong about that but I didn't think those Cayman's took that much to push, like its Cypress predecessor.
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Originally Posted by fapestar;14573130 
just because the X6 does not perform better than the a sandy bridge with your same card...doesnt means it is Bottlenecking it.

Seriously? SERIOUSLY?!?!?! lachen.gif
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@fapestar: Thank you. Im back at work again, so have to have look at it when I get home.
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Originally Posted by Derp;14573281 
Seriously? SERIOUSLY?!?!?! lachen.gif

The term "Bottlenecking" as used in computing refers to component that lacks the capacity to work the information that it is given do to resource restraints.

The x6 processor (or mines at least) isnt at full load on all 6 cores, and all 6 cores are working while playing crysis 2.

That's not bottlenecking.

However, If a sandy bridge works better, than the x6 under performs when compared to a 2600k.

So bottlenecking is just overstating the difference between AMD and Intel. People say that your CPU is bottlenecking you card (99% of the time thats not true, there just some setting they need to fix for optimization) and it makes it seem like their CPU is no good and outdated.

Why is it then, when on the intel board, when people are complaning about sli and crossfire and other FPS problems, people are trying to trouble shoot.

But in the AMD board, as soon as somebody is having FPS problems about 10 sandy bridge owners pop in and yell "BOTTLENECK BOTTLENECK"
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Originally Posted by deathrow9;14560809 
From the chart seems like its the GPU bottleneck. But with a 27" Monitor Im assuming your using a very high resolution. Either adding another card or some more ram couldn't hurt but with that kind of performance you have I wouldnt worry.

Lol

Adding another card, 6970 or 6990, will cause a bottleneck.

More ram will not see a performance increasethat is noticeable.

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The term "Bottlenecking" as used in computing refers to component that lacks the capacity to work the information that it is given do to resource restraints.

The x6 processor (or mines at least) isnt at full load on all 6 cores, and all 6 cores are working while playing crysis 2.

That's not bottlenecking.

However, If a sandy bridge works better, than the x6 under performs when compared to a 2600k.

So bottlenecking is just overstating the difference between AMD and Intel. People say that your CPU is bottlenecking you card (99% of the time thats not true, there just some setting they need to fix for optimization) and it makes it seem like their CPU is no good and outdated.

Why is it then, when on the intel board, when people are complaning about sli and crossfire and other FPS problems, people are trying to trouble shoot.

But in the AMD board, as soon as somebody is having FPS problems about 10 sandy bridge owners pop in and yell "BOTTLENECK BOTTLENECK"

Very, very cute.
Still.
Slap a 2500k even at 4ghz in there and FPS will jump up.

No bottleneck, no, just higher fps.
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Originally Posted by qqqqq;14577273 
Very, very cute.
Still.
Slap a 2500k even at 4ghz in there and FPS will jump up.

No bottleneck, no, just higher fps.

Yup, about 7. 3 Hundred more dollars for 7 FPS. Wow, that roughly 42 bux per frame.


Lol, I remember back in the day when I had a intel, all the AMD guys swore up and down, up and down AMD was waaay better for gaming.
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Yup, about 7. 3 Hundred more dollars for 7 FPS. Wow, that roughly 42 bux per frame.


Lol, I remember back in the day when I had a intel, all the AMD guys swore up and down, up and down AMD was waaay better for gaming.

Nope you will get a lot more depending on the game. Crysis 2 min/max FPS will shoot up hugely.

and it may be "7 fps" but that still would be a 200% increase or more in min fps. And min fps is where it matters
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Yes, you are quite right alex! The problem is the 30fps as it get very visable that there are a lack of resources. My resolution is 1920x1080. NB is at 3ghz. The temptation for getting a 2600k H50 cooled is getting bigger by the minute. A measly P7700 in 3dmark11 frown.gif
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