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Originally Posted by Gundamnitpete View Post

No question, piledriver slaughters the Q9550:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/50?vs=697
You made a good choice :]

I not so sure, my Q9550 is @ 3.4GHz and 400FSB, the actual processor I purchased is the FX-8320

Here is the same deal at 3.2GHz vs the FX-8320 (which I don't plan to overclock much if at all, due to no more resources), the FX kicks butt in threaded apps, but very close to losing in the only single threaded test, so a Core 2 Quad would win at 3.4GHz

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/48?vs=698

I have purchased my FX-8320 but can't get my hand on it has the courier drivers are off duty for the weekend in my area, damm it.

Still got to wonder about games though, it has been said here I made a mistake buying the Nvidia 660 Ti card and not a 7870 instead, make me still wonder if the Core 2 Quad could win, it that is the case then the FX-8320 no better than the old Core 2 Quad?

btw. I don't need Sandy or Ivy Bridge, if the above is fine for the task. I would of though the FX would still be good for gaming, there are different benchmarks around in reviews that just are not even for the new 8 core FX.
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Why not crossfire another 7770 with your current?

Cause thats where im getting most of my budget money from.
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Microstuttering?
Not to mention the widely discussed topic "mutli-gpu bottleneck"
That or him selling his 7770 and buying a 7850/7870, which was my first suggestion. A FX-6300 and a 7850 OC will run him about $350 on the money.
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Cause thats where im getting most of my budget money from.
You can't cover the cost of the FX-6300 alone? If you can I would swap out your CPU and sell off your old one. Then sell off your 7770 and go for a 7850/7870 like stated above.
Edited by Warmonger - 10/26/12 at 10:31pm
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Sigh...still not back in Windows yet. My SSD decided to take a trip down GPT corruption road.
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I only crossfire when it's going to put me way ahead instead of trying to catch up. Dealing with Crossfire is ok if you have two 7970s or something. But, it's not OK when you have two 7770s and you're not going way beyond 60fps.

Well, one thing I've noticed with my SLI setup is, if in SLI the fps drops even a hair below 40, the whole game seems "weird", though only when both GPUs are being pushed 98% each.
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Sigh...still not back in Windows yet. My SSD decided to take a trip down GPT corruption road.

You are having OC'ers back luck today aren't you. At least there hasn't been any smoke. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by amd955be5670 View Post

Well, one thing I've noticed with my SLI setup is, if in SLI the fps drops even a hair below 40, the whole game seems "weird", though only when both GPUs are being pushed 98% each.

I have been an avid single card user since just right after the 3dfx days, not a fan of the only slight gains, added heat, excessive power consumption, not to mention weird quirks.
Edited by endevite - 10/26/12 at 10:36pm
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Originally Posted by FX-8320 View Post

I not so sure, my Q9550 is @ 3.4GHz and 400FSB, the actual processor I purchased is the FX-8320
Here is the same deal at 3.2GHz vs the FX-8320 (which I don't plan to overclock much if at all, due to no more resources), the FX kicks butt in threaded apps, but very close to losing in the only single threaded test, so a Core 2 Quad would win at 3.4GHz
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/48?vs=698
I have purchased my FX-8320 but can't get my hand on it has the courier drivers are off duty for the weekend in my area, damm it.
Still got to wonder about games though, it has been said here I made a mistake buying the Nvidia 660 Ti card and not a 7870 instead, make me still wonder if the Core 2 Quad could win, it that is the case then the FX-8320 no better than the old Core 2 Quad?
btw. I don't need Sandy or Ivy Bridge, if the above is fine for the task. I would of though the FX would still be good for gaming, there are different benchmarks around in reviews that just are not even for the new 8 core FX.

Nvidia cards are more CPU dependent than AMD cards, that's why people will recommend AMD GPU's for an AMD setups unless you have a specific need, which you do, Physx.
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You are having OC'ers back luck today aren't you. At least there hasn't been any smoke. thumb.gif
You're telling me, haha. If I ever get into Windows again, I'm probably just going to stick it out at 4.6Ghz.
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You're telling me, haha. If I ever get into Windows again, I'm probably just going to stick it out at 4.6Ghz.

Don't lose all hope, there's still more saber users to come who may find sweet spots, I know of a few specifically who will be testing on this weekend.
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Originally Posted by endevite View Post

I have been an avid single card user since just right after the 3dfx days, not a fan of the only slight gains, added heat, excessive power consumption, not to mention weird quirks.

Well, for someone with an AMD & mutli-gpu setup, let me tell you I'm very much satisfied.
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