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I have doubts about that.
anyways he's using a dual gpu card.

it does not matter. here, you can browse through this thread and see for yourself . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/668617/cinebench-r11-5-scores

mine is in there but too lazy to search.
Edited by rdr09 - 6/29/12 at 7:45pm
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i would like to see game benches on BF3,Crysis,Crysis 2, Skyrim on that xfire 7970 on 8120. thanks in advance
Unfortunately I got rid of my second 7970 and I only have one now. Additionally, I just got an email from MSI about my RMA'd 680. Apparently they aren't going to replace it, and have instead offered me a refund. So now I only have one 680 and one 7970. frown.gif
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ohh sorry to hear that. if ever you have any chance to do some sli or xfire with 8120 just let us know. im interested to see how BD scale with high end multi setup gpu as it would serve to us as guide in the future. thanks again.
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Unfortunately I got rid of my second 7970 and I only have one now. Additionally, I just got an email from MSI about my RMA'd 680. Apparently they aren't going to replace it, and have instead offered me a refund. So now I only have one 680 and one 7970. frown.gif
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ohh sorry to hear that. if ever you have any chance to do some sli or xfire with 8120 just let us know. im interested to see how BD scale with high end multi setup gpu as it would serve to us as guide in the future. thanks again.
Within the next month I'll be getting a second 7970 for my 8150, I'll run some benches at stock, overclocked, and if I get enough people interested at 8120 speeds too
   
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much appreciated thanks. sub.
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Within the next month I'll be getting a second 7970 for my 8150, I'll run some benches at stock, overclocked, and if I get enough people interested at 8120 speeds too
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You shoud involve someone with i7 2600K and GTX 680 to run same games, levels and graphical settings, to see "what is what" !!
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You shoud involve someone with i7 2600K and GTX 680 to run same games, levels and graphical settings, to see "what is what" !!
I am almost certain that would result in the thread getting locked--there is a plethora of information about how intel processors handle games, as such, providing additional information would be quite redundant, and in all likely-hood, start flame-war. Ultimately, I am only interested in talking about AMD FX processors in this thread, to be honest. Otherwise, I would have done that very same comparison with the 2500k I also own. The only reason I started this thread was because when I originally bought the FX 8120 I had trusted the data that most of the "reputable" review sites had published, and I honestly expected the worst. However, when I started to actually use the FX 8120, its performance seemed to directly contradict a lot of the benchmarks on most review sites. I found this inconsistency a bit concerning. In the end, I chose to run a few benchmarks for myself and publish the data.

The only claim I am making is that if one wants to stay AMD, it's certainly a feasible option. I am gaming on this FX processor daily and still remain quite pleased with it.
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I am almost certain that would result in the thread getting locked--there is a plethora of information about how intel processors handle games, as such, providing additional information would be quite redundant, and in all likely-hood, start flame-war. Ultimately, I am only interested in talking about AMD FX processors in this thread, to be honest. Otherwise, I would have done that very same comparison with the 2500k I also own. The only reason I started this thread was because when I originally bought the FX 8120 I had trusted the data that most of the "reputable" review sites had published, and I honestly expected the worst. However, when I started to actually use the FX 8120, its performance seemed to directly contradict a lot of the benchmarks on most review sites. I found this inconsistency a bit concerning. In the end, I chose to run a few benchmarks for myself and publish the data.
The only claim I am making is that if one wants to stay AMD, it's certainly a feasible option. I am gaming on this FX processor daily and still remain quite pleased with it.

Respect. thumb.gif

The whole reason I bought a 8150 was because I needed a rig that could last me through university which I start next year, right now, a 2500k wipes the floor with a bulldozer, but down the road (3-5 years) when the software can better utilize the Zambezi architecture, I FEEL that the 8150 will be stomping all over that same 2500k

I bought my bulldozer for my needs, and for my future proofing needs, I decided that the bulldozer was the best option
   
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I am almost certain that would result in the thread getting locked--there is a plethora of information about how intel processors handle games, as such, providing additional information would be quite redundant, and in all likely-hood, start flame-war. Ultimately, I am only interested in talking about AMD FX processors in this thread, to be honest. Otherwise, I would have done that very same comparison with the 2500k I also own. The only reason I started this thread was because when I originally bought the FX 8120 I had trusted the data that most of the "reputable" review sites had published, and I honestly expected the worst. However, when I started to actually use the FX 8120, its performance seemed to directly contradict a lot of the benchmarks on most review sites. I found this inconsistency a bit concerning. In the end, I chose to run a few benchmarks for myself and publish the data.
The only claim I am making is that if one wants to stay AMD, it's certainly a feasible option. I am gaming on this FX processor daily and still remain quite pleased with it.

its what i have been saying all along. 99% of the people bad mouthing BD have never used one. BD is a solid cpu. is it as good as a i7 2600k, not really. is it as good as a 2500k? kinda, and its cheaper.
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most of us, we only need to our rig to do its job and what is that? depends on the user, some of us play games, some do photoshop and video editing, some just for browsing the web. both cpu intel or amd will do those listed in a heartbeat. what others say about FX proc is based on benchmarks which most of us usually don't care. if you can play games with 5FPS lower than intel counterpart at lower cost, i think thats good. but if you can't open a word file in a FX processor then thats what you call BS processor.
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its what i have been saying all along. 99% of the people bad mouthing BD have never used one. BD is a solid cpu. is it as good as a i7 2600k, not really. is it as good as a 2500k? kinda, and its cheaper.
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