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Distributed.net client benchmark:
http://http.distributed.net/pub/dcti/current-client/dnetc-win64-amd64.zip
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Crysis would be a good dual threaded benchmark to see how the new schedular update performs vs. the I5. I'm a fan of game benchmarks so anything you can put in there. Mafia 2 has a benchmark built in. Far Cry 2 does as well. Metro 2033. etc etc.
And of course 3dmark 11 and Heaven are always interesting.

I don't have Mafia 2. But I added the rest, thanks.
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Distributed.net client benchmark:
http://http.distributed.net/pub/dcti/current-client/dnetc-win64-amd64.zip

added, thanks.
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Fresh Windows installation finished and benchmarking commencing for the FX-8120.
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Fresh Windows installation finished and benchmarking commencing for the FX-8120.

When doing a video game benchmark be sure to list absolute minimum fps

Minimum FPS = max stress for CPU and GPU
Edited by Seronx - 1/27/12 at 9:35pm
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I don't have Mafia 2. But I added the rest, thanks.
added, thanks.

You can use Mafia 2 demo, it has a buildin benchmark, you can get it free from Steam.
Mafia 2 Demo
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You can use Mafia 2 demo, it has a buildin benchmark, you can get it free from Steam.
Mafia 2 Demo

Downloading now. Thanks.
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When doing a video game benchmark be sure to list absolute minimum fps
Minimum FPS = max stress for CPU and GPU

I'm only going to use games that have separate or built in benchmarks. I will only be able to report whatever it shows, whether it be min, avg, max. But I will be sure to include some that report min.
Edited by computerparts - 1/28/12 at 1:45pm
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Not sure how that would work. Is there a separate benchmark tool for it?

No, but if you want to benchmark BF3, go to the campaign pick a mission and put the settings as you please. Then when you try it on the other CPU do the SAME mission and use the SAME settings as you did on the first CPU. Given that a few things will be different, it should give you a rough idea of which did better, although I have no way to tell you how to keep track of the FPS. You need someone's else input about that. Maybe try FRAPS?
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Given that a few things will be different, it should give you a rough idea of which did better, although I have no way to tell you how to keep track of the FPS. You need someone's else input about that. Maybe try FRAPS?

While in the game, hit the ` key to bring up the console, and type; "render.drawfps true." You'll get the FPS in green in the upper right hand corner,no need for fraps.
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I have heard of this "tree of CPU doom" that exists in Skyrim. I like to see some benches using different settings and/or resolutions to further investigate the significance of the used CPU concerning this case.

Edit: A quick search turned up this thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1187898/fx-8150-in-multi-gpu-config-a-test-against-6-core-sb-e-how-does-our-bulldozer-fare-benchs-included-have-fun
I like to see an more in depth test of the Skyrim part.
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Having trouble with Distribute.net client. If anyone familiar with it could guide me on how to get to the benchmark, that would be great. My system doesn't seem to like y-cruncher, keeps freezing for no apparent reason. Also having trouble with getting the Crysis benchmark to work. I would like to keep games limited to ones that have a separate or built in benchmark in order to keep consistency, so no Skyrim or BF3 sorry. Everything else has gone smoothly.
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