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It got cleaned out but I tried out Poopa's suggestion and did the fish bowl thing with IE9 and I maxed it at 60fps with 2000 fish. With Chrome I got 1fps! Why is Chrome so terrible?
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Can't wait the 3770k!

Or should i wait for Haswell? thinking.gif
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I well and truly do not understand why anybody would go from a SNB to an IVB. There's just not a whole lot separating them on an IPC front and, apparently, an OC'ing potential front. Perhaps the 22nm process shines in low voltage (i.e. mobile) scenarios?
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I recall saying this, that IB won't OC much higher and won't be much faster clock for clock only to have a bunch of SB owners to say "NO! IT'LL BE GODS OWN CHIP!"
Goes to show, knowing computing history beyond Athlon64/Conroe/8800GT and some basics of chip design helps a lot with future predictions.

Been saying the same thing since SB released. And those same SB owners are all "OMG can't wait for Ivy, can't wait to upgrade" and all I can think is "why?!" What on earth can't your SB do that you think Ivy can (in a desktop, I mean.) I can't see why anyone would drop another 225-350 dollars for 5-10% performance increase in an area they don't even need an increase.
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Can't wait the 3770k!
Or should i wait for Haswell? thinking.gif

Depends. Does your current CPU suit your needs? If so, wait. If not, I'm sure Ivy will be a nice upgrade, but Haswell..
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It got cleaned out but I tried out Poopa's suggestion and did the fish bowl thing with IE9 and I maxed it at 60fps with 2000 fish. With Chrome I got 1fps! Why is Chrome so terrible?
Type about:flags in chrome and enable Canvas 2D GPU acceleration. For some reason it still doesn't do quite as good as firefox with that enabled. I'd imagine Google will sort it out eventually as they're making a big push for HTML5.
http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Performance/FishBowl/
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I don't see why people with SB would upgrade either, but I can't wait. Been stuck with Phenom II for almost a year and waiting for Intel's next thing to make the jump.
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i am sorry but ivy bridge OCes much higher than what this dude said. he just didn't get a nice CPu or just an extremely early ES.
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post #67 of 106
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

ivy bridge OCes much higher than what this dude said

they better or there is 0 point for OCing types of peoples to get a new one, then again the leaks before the last few major cpu releases have been largely correct - both BS and SB and SBE ES's provided accurate benches months before release
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Been saying the same thing since SB released. And those same SB owners are all "OMG can't wait for Ivy, can't wait to upgrade" and all I can think is "why?!" What on earth can't your SB do that you think Ivy can (in a desktop, I mean.) I can't see why anyone would drop another 225-350 dollars for 5-10% performance increase in an area they don't even need an increase.
Depends. Does your current CPU suit your needs? If so, wait. If not, I'm sure Ivy will be a nice upgrade, but Haswell..

It suits my needs, but, the upgrade bug... frown.gif
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Been saying the same thing since SB released. And those same SB owners are all "OMG can't wait for Ivy, can't wait to upgrade" and all I can think is "why?!" What on earth can't your SB do that you think Ivy can (in a desktop, I mean.) I can't see why anyone would drop another 225-350 dollars for 5-10% performance increase in an area they don't even need an increase.

It's obvious what it does...Gives them less to weigh down their wallet and a bigger epeen.
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i am sorry but ivy bridge OCes much higher than what this dude said. he just didn't get a nice CPu or just an extremely early ES.

Prove it, if you know for sure.
    
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I've read in other articles about PCIE 3.0 having cleaned up some previous muck found in PCIE 2.0. Aparently the PCIE 2.0 had some 20% overhead in transfer where the PCIE 3.0 has roughly 2%. Don't know what that will do for vid cards by simply switching over to 3.0 but at least there's some hope in getting some other upgrades for the cost of a new proc (assuming you have a pcie 3.0 mobo already)
I'm also hoping it is not a final production ready proc, or maybe not a good pick from the bunch, but one could wish. I personally will probably be picking up the 3770k which would help with hyperthreading, increased ondie graphics processing (encoding) and PCIE 3.0 overhead reductions.

PCIe 3.0 will have no impact on frame rates. In fact I wrote a nice long post explaining the relevance to the PCIe bus and video cards. To keep it short and simple the PCIe bus improvements are only noticeably beneficial if your running several things on it (raid controllers etc). You might see an entire 1 FPS increase in all your games from PCIe 2.0 to PCIe 3.0 if your lucky.
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