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1050P requires more processing power and less GPU power/VRAM.

On Caspian Border usage on one of my single cores (what counts the most) hits 90%. I'm certain it hits 100% and chokes up with an AMD, even overclocked.
It doesn't require "more processing power", it just becomes less GPU intensive.
    
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Yeah, that one game.
Overclocked performance of the Thuban will be sufficient to run all those games at 60+ FPS.

If you care about FPS past 60, I implore you to find better things to obsess over, such as breasts or vaginae.

OP: a 960T and 570 will benefit you well, especially since the former can unlock to an X6 and is relatively cheap.

After your CPU has become obsolete (some may argue that it already has), Ivy Bridge will surely be a good upgrade.
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Overclocked performance of the Thuban will be sufficient to run all those games at 60+ FPS.

If you care about FPS past 60, I implore you to find better things to obsess over, such as breasts or vaginae.

OP: a 960T and 570 will benefit you well, especially since the former can unlock to an X6 and is relatively cheap.

After your CPU has become obsolete (some may argue that it already has), Ivy Bridge will surely be a good upgrade.
60+ fps, until you max out a single core and choke up in a game... Some people have 120hz monitors.

Plus the overclocked Thuban a lot more electricity and produces more excess heat compared to SB.

Plus if you get an i3-2100, it's already faster than the Thuban at 4.0ghz in gaming and you don't have to spend time overclocking it and stabilizing the overclock. thus giving you more time to pursue the finer things in life....

So yeah, AMD fails from every angle.
    
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Yeah, that one game.
I don't see any frame-rates there that are unplayable. BTW, my Thuban gets a hell of a lot more than 55fps in F1 2011. Ive got vsync w/triple buffering enabled, so anything over 60fps is unnoticed.
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60+ fps, until you max out a single core and choke up in a game... Some people have 120hz monitors.
Irrelevant. Anything above 60FPS is redundant, 120Hz refresh rate or not. If you disagree, then you are obsessed with a vestigial number in order to satisfy a meaningless, psychological dissonance.

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Plus the overclocked Thuban a lot more electricity and produces more excess heat compared to SB.
Not arguing that. AMD's 45nm architecture isn't as efficient.

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Plus if you get an i3-2100, it's already faster than the Thuban at 4.0ghz in gaming and you don't have to spend time overclocking it and stabilizing the overclock. thus giving you more time to pursue the finer things in life....

So yeah, AMD fails from every angle.
It's not faster. I don't know where your sources are coming from, but in most cases it's on par with a Phenom II at 3.5GHz.

The 960T offers way better value. It can be unlocked to a 6-core and overclocked.

An i3 2100 would require OP to get a new motherboard, which is counter-productive, considering he wants to upgrade to Ivy.

SB is certainly impressive architecture, but isn't suitable for all cases, including this one.

EDIT: on a side note, I'm really shocked at the statements some members are making in regards to hardware companies. "AMD fails from every angle"? No, you fail from every angle. In fact, any person in the world with an AMD or Intel product fails. The only winners here are the companies themselves, AMD included, thanks to enormous profits they make from their buyers.

You know that expression "You get what you pay for"? It doesn't exist in the real world.
Edited by Primus - 10/12/11 at 10:52pm
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Irrelevant. Anything above 60FPS is redundant, 120Hz refresh rate or not. If you disagree, then you are obsessed with a vestigial number in order to satisfy a meaningless, psychological dissonance.



Not arguing that. AMD's 45nm architecture isn't as efficient.



It's not faster. I don't know where your sources are coming from, but in most cases it's on par with a Phenom II at 3.5GHz.

The 960T offers way better value. It can be unlocked to a 6-core and overclocked.

An i3 2100 would require OP to get a new motherboard, which is counter-productive, considering he wants to upgrade to Ivy.

SB is certainly impressive architecture, but isn't suitable for all cases, including this one.
What does that gibberish mean? You've obviously never played counter-strike on old CRT monitors, >60 fps does matter.

The i3-2100 is faster than the Phenom II at 4.0ghz.

Again, this is without the time and effort of overclocking and the power consumption/heat that comes with it.

LGA1155 will be compatible with IB.
    
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What does that gibberish mean? You've obviously never played counter-strike on old CRT monitors
Most people here have moved into the 21st century.
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I don't know about you guys but while i like to play my games @60 fps i don't like huge fps drops so i prefer to play a game @45 fps with drops to 40 than play @60 and drops to 15 fps from time to time and from my experience, i don't know why but my friends with Amd have some fps drops in Bf3 that are noticeable while gaming, also a guy from this forum with an X6 post something similar.

I think that the i5 will be better for BF3, but thats my personal opinion based on my own personal experience. In other games Amd do it really well and there is no difference at all, at least @1080p but for BF3 i really think i5 is the way to go for MiyaDV.
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I got better fps at 1440 x 900 than my friend who has a 2600k and a 560ti at 1080p in the bf3 beta. All this while running a bunch of other crap running on my other monitor. I cant speak for multi-card setups however nice it would be, I don't have a new/big enough psu.

Edit: I also play SC2 is my main game anymore, and it plays great 70-90 fps on ultra unless it's a unit tester map with 4 players and max'ed army's exploding in the middle, then fun time is over.
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Until you play SCII and notice your AMD is terrible.
You sir, are a ridiculous fan boy
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