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Since when are $200 HD 7870 and $500 GTX 680 comparable cards?

My Fault Here. My intentions were to illustrate my conclusions when I moved my cards between systems. Run a 7870 in my 1090T rig and then in My 3570K rig. The same applies to the 680.

Sorry for the misunderstanding.
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A lot of misinformation in this thread.
I see a difference of approx. 5 - 6 Fps between a 3570k/4.8Ghz and a 1090T/4.1Ghz when running comparable cards(7870/GTX 680) at 1080P. That is with a single card and Intel does run higher. The top Phenoms can run a single card just fine when overclocked. Multiple cards now, you will see a decline.
I am getting ready to test a 5600k at 4.5Ghz with a 7870 and I am sure it will perform well.

Average will only differ 5-6fps in most games but there's games out there that show a much much bigger gap.

Minimum frame rates are also another story, there a lot higher on the Intel camp.
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I changed from a 1090T @ 3.8 ghz to a 2600k, which is just below 3570k. And I gotta say I loved it. i was getting a big bottleneck in some games untill I switched to 2600k.I did notice a huge change in my min frames. I think you should do it. And lke some one else said, sell you stuff and upgrade your video solution. Maybe crossfire or just another, more powerrful card.
Edited by age_ruler1 - 10/9/12 at 2:41pm
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The new AMD Piledriver CPU's are going to be launching soon (my guess is 17.10.2012) so you should really wait and see what options they give you, getting a new screwdriver to replace the CPU cooler isn't going to be that hard.
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Average will only differ 5-6fps in most games but there's games out there that show a much much bigger gap.
Minimum frame rates are also another story, there a lot higher on the Intel camp.

I play all games. Minimum frame rates are not much different from what I have already expressed. Though the advantage is toward intel.

Without a frame counter and a 120hz screen , I dare say that 95% could tell the difference.
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I changed from a 1090T @ 3.8 ghz to a 2600k, which is just below 3570k. And I gotta say I loved it. i was getting a big bottleneck in some games untill I switched to 2600k.I did notice a huge change in my min frames. I think you should do it. And lke some one else said, sell you stuff and upgrade your video solution. Maybe crossfire or just another, more powerrful card.

The 2600K is a superior CPU to the 3570K in all aspects.
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The 2600K is a superior CPU to the 3570K in all aspects.

Except price/performance ratio smile.gif
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Except price/performance ratio smile.gif

It's still superior... i don't know what your point is. Price or ratio don't make something worst. Better is better simple as that.
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It's still superior... i don't know what your point is. Price or ratio don't make something worst. Better is better simple as that.

Would you rather pay $1000 for a processor that gets 76 FPS in Battlefield 3, or a $300 processor that gets 65 FPS?

Higher performance doesn't necessarily make something superior as a well-rounded product.
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Would you rather pay $1000 for a processor that gets 76 FPS in Battlefield 3, or a $300 processor that gets 65 FPS?
Higher performance doesn't necessarily make something superior as a well-rounded product.

if i can afford it id gladly pay 1500$ for a cpu that render 77fps.
You fail to see the point that superior is superior, end of discussion. Better rouded or more suited is something different. It don't mean it's better, it's simply more suited.
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