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Game looks great, and is running well above expectations on that GPU!!

I gotta give Rockstar a lot of props for bringing such a good port to the PC. I know they made us all wait a little longer, but in this case, they showed you that it was worth it.
Rushing ports for launch dates needs to stop. It just turns everybody spending all this money for these games into test dummies.
!

Now wait for some Intel fanboy to come say : "these fps are too high for a lowly Vishera. The video is a doctored one, ran on i7". Or "but, but, my i7 runs at 150 fps and i can see the difference!". biggrin.gif


On a sidenote, i googled and seems that the upcoming 3xx GPUs with the exception of 390 are just rebrands of the 2xx series, right?
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What i know is that my sig rig with the 8320@4.6 (should try and hit 4.8 at some point) and the 290x (1050 core) has been providing me butter smooth experience in 1440p and all the recent games i sank hundreds of hours in.GTA V, DAI, BF hardline, The witcher 3. Hell, even Diablo 3 , notoriously poor threaded and nvidia friendly, runs super nicely in 4p matches.
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Game looks great, and is running well above expectations on that GPU!!

I gotta give Rockstar a lot of props for bringing such a good port to the PC. I know they made us all wait a little longer, but in this case, they showed you that it was worth it.
Rushing ports for launch dates needs to stop. It just turns everybody spending all this money for these games into test dummies.
!

Now wait for some Intel fanboy to come say : "these fps are too high for a lowly Vishera. The video is a doctored one, ran on i7". Or "but, but, my i7 runs at 150 fps and i can see the difference!". biggrin.gif


On a sidenote, i googled and seems that the upcoming 3xx GPUs with the exception of 390 are just rebrands of the 2xx series, right?

Lol , good call.

During a recent discussion, I had to laugh when someone who was attempting to save face called me an "elitist". If actually understanding the differences makes me elitist, so be it wink.gif .
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Lol , good call.

During a recent discussion, I had to laugh when someone who was attempting to save face called me an "elitist". If actually understanding the differences makes me elitist, so be it wink.gif .

Excuse the ignorance, but you are saying that someone can actually tell if the game is running at 150 fps instead of 100? Wow, it shows that i am a fossil with games... I play a 1999 F22 simulator that by any GPU is a joke to run and can't tell how many fps there are... Oh well... There must be a limit to the human perception, but i haven't researched this yet.
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Lol , good call.

During a recent discussion, I had to laugh when someone who was attempting to save face called me an "elitist". If actually understanding the differences makes me elitist, so be it wink.gif .

Excuse the ignorance, but you are saying that someone can actually tell if the game is running at 150 fps instead of 100? Wow, it shows that i am a fossil with games... I play a 1999 F22 simulator that by any GPU is a joke to run and can't tell how many fps there are... Oh well... There must be a limit to the human perception, but i haven't researched this yet.

Simply put, I can't perceive the difference , my monitor can't display the difference so the difference doesn't really make any difference. tongue.gif

My Intel rigs give me more of what I can't see ( fps above perception), while the Vishera 8 cores deliver things I can ( a quicker desktop experience).
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Simply put, I can't perceive the difference , my monitor can't display the difference so the difference doesn't really make any difference. tongue.gif

My Intel rigs give me more of what I can't see ( fps above perception), while the Vishera 8 cores deliver things I can ( a quicker desktop experience).

Oh, thank God. I felt like a fossil before... So it's normal that i can't tell when a game runs at 60 and when at 45 then. I can tell when it's around 30... So i misunderstood and i thought that you gamers can actually perceive over 100 fps. biggrin.gif

Well, for a while i will become a semi-gamer. Now that i started playing Skyrim, i get annoyed when i go near 30 fps, so finally bit the bullet and ordered a 260x 1GB GDDR5. God help me, i don't know what i will do to supress the noise... This thing has TDP almost as a Vishera, it's appaling. I 've been over 10 years with passive GPUs only. But since 3xx are rebrands, it makes no sense to wait for passive 3xx. It will still suck, like the r7 240 does. If i can't stand the heat/noise generation i may have to uninstall it... At least, from what i googled, it should be enough to play Skyrim well enough at 1080p. If i get bored by Skyrim, i may put my passive GPU back.
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Excuse the ignorance, but you are saying that someone can actually tell if the game is running at 150 fps instead of 100? Wow, it shows that i am a fossil with games... I play a 1999 F22 simulator that by any GPU is a joke to run and can't tell how many fps there are... Oh well... There must be a limit to the human perception, but i haven't researched this yet.

yes there are people like that out there.

anyway, ex-8320 master-race reporting in. not going to get into why i no longer have my FX-8 core, though if you want to read about it, click here, what i did want to say is in 1080p i can't really tell the difference between my old fx8 core and new haswell DC i5-4690k. of course it's a terrible overclocker, so that helps a bit, given how it can only clock up to 4.2ghz, but that's neither here nor there.

Just want to say though i love the advanced (and much newer) intel chipset, and appreciate the mind-melting boot times i get with it, there is almost no functional difference.

Looking forward to Zen, still on the lookout for a system which represents a significant boost over my fx8320. haven't found one yet.

oh and those folks talking about $$ saved on their power bills?. I have a pretty advanced APC attached to my computer, that actually allows me to "judge" the power bill my system generates. I used this with both the fx8320 and i5-4690k; I went from $12/mo with a fx8320 + r9-280x + old Asus 1080p monitor; 3 mechanical hard drives, 1 ssd, a corsair h100 and 7 system fans plus an LED and a silver rated XFX pro/XXX psu, to $9/mo on a i5-4690k+ gtx970 + new energy star rated Acer monitor, a single SSD, no LED lights, a much more energy efficient fan setup, with only 5 fans running and 3 which only run when temps reach a certain threshhold; plus a more efficient Gold rated seasonic x series psu.

33% reduction is nice, but we are only talking $36/year, and considering the power drain a monitor can cause, most of which i suspect was saved by the swap to the new monitor and the dropping of all those physical hard drives. about the only significant change i've seen is my APC now reports i can get 100+ minutes on battery, where as before it was only claiming 28 minutes

and yes, both systems were overclocked aggressively.
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Another FX-8350 owner here, I've had it just over month now biggrin.gif
Still at stock speeds at the moment, but already feeling the difference over my Phenom II x4. Everything feels more responsive and smoother, and the games that can take advantage of the extra cores have better minimum framerates, and bog down less in intense gameplay.
A friend is now rocking my Phenom II x4, and he loves it. Massive upgrade over his Phenom II x2 550 (another one of my old ones).
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yes there are people like that out there.

Looking forward to Zen, still on the lookout for a system which represents a significant boost over my fx8320. haven't found one yet.

At least you can play any game with the current 8320. Things are much worse for folk like me, who wanted a passive GPU and i 've been waiting for a significant upgrade since HD6xxx series. This rebranding thing is ridiculous. Plus, the few passives they produce, have fugly heatsinks. I don't know what's the matter with them. And all cards are 2 slots... Seems more like a plot to force you to buy APU.

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33% reduction is nice, but we are only talking $36/year, and considering the power drain a monitor can cause, most of which i suspect was saved by the swap to the new monitor and the dropping of all those physical hard drives. about the only significant change i've seen is my APC now reports i can get 100+ minutes on battery, where as before it was only claiming 28 minutes

and yes, both systems were overclocked aggressively.

The electrical bill argument, is moot for anyone who is making a normal use of his PC and is US resident. Where it may be of limited use as valid argument, is on PC is some european countries that run 100% load 24/7. Like Folding hardcore users. In Europe electricity can be expensive , depending on country, plus they make you pay VAT on it, as if it was a product you purchase in a store. But you need to be 100% load user for prolonged periods of time to start thinking about a case where it can count.
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Simply put, I can't perceive the difference , my monitor can't display the difference so the difference doesn't really make any difference. tongue.gif

My Intel rigs give me more of what I can't see ( fps above perception), while the Vishera 8 cores deliver things I can ( a quicker desktop experience).
I'm beginning to see what you ate saying with the desktop experience. My bro has had a 3570k, 3820, and a xeon 1600v3 now, and i swear my vishera feels better in the power saving clocks.....


You told me a long time ago, when i was
New to this forum, and yapping about my thuban, "yes, but have you ever used a well tuned vishera" and nothing has ever rang truer bro.... It's just..... Better!

Forgive the cell phone text
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