Originally Posted by Stuuut
I know you guys are discussing other stuff now but k.
I'm just wondering why the TS asked for "real world experiences" for gaming... Don't the benchmarks for games just show you the fps they get isn't that like real world for gaming? What else does he wants to know if the FPS shown in the benchmarks isn't enough.
If you do in what applications or games? I'm probably more interested in the gaming aspect, but if you notice improvements in say, video editing software, overall windows 7 performance, etc.
Gaming aspect @ Intel level with some applications higher than
Video Editing/Recording/Broadcasting @ Intel level with some applications higher than
Overall Windows 7 Performance @ Intel level with some applications higher than
All for $219.99(FMA4 = higher than)
Gaming aspect below that of Intel
Video Editing/Recording/Broadcasting variable but below Intel level overal
Overall Windows 7 performance below Intel
All for $189.99