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whew! i almost fell off my chair when i read that. your thread is entertaining. btw, have you played planetside2? i did again last night with my PII x3 and a 4670. smooth! lowest setting, of course.

How is that game, I wanna give it a go.
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I think the OP has enough information to make a decision here. Rather than solving the OPs problem, it has become a flame war about AMD and Intel in general, completely disregarding what the OP wants. I would say hes even more confused now than before based upon going back and forth because of the arguments here.

As others have stated, I would likely go with a better GPU than a better CPU if possible. Yes, you may be bottlenecked, but if a better GPU gives you more frames than your current, but not as many as it may be able to with a better CPU, its still better than what you have today. You can get a better experience than what you are currently doing, and upgrade your CPU later when you have the money and desire.

Its tough to say to buy anything right now because new AMD GPUs are probably being released within 2 months (I don't know this, just speculating) and will likely at minimum drive down the current GPUs, but possibly be a better buy than what you can get today. The easy expensive solution is to go with a 7970 + 3770, but its up to you to decide if the cost is really worth your gains.
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OMG we actually have a owner of a 8350 and a 7970 GHz edition posting no bottleneck, thread over? rolleyes.gif
Seriously though no enthusiast worth his salt would agree a 3570K plus a 7870 will trump a 8120/8350 plus a 7970. Yet somehow the debate rages on.....

An Intel CPU with 4870 Crossfire can in some games be a lot faster then an AMD Phenom 2 with 4890 Crossfire...
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How is that game, I wanna give it a go.

you should. i've played a total of about 20 hours. may have been killed about 100 times already. it is fun! except being killed. try it!
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I may be blind but I did not see the Crysis benchmark open in that shot...

Is there a direct download link for it? I don't have it but I'll run it.
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An Intel CPU with 4870 Crossfire can in some games be a lot faster then an AMD Phenom 2 with 4890 Crossfire...

Op dont even want to crossfire. We dont help him and this thread turned again to flame war. The best choice from the moment that he have a thuban at 4,2 ghz is to w8 until haswell.

In your place i should just buy a 7950. Great deal for the performance that gives that card.
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Is there a direct download link for it? I don't have it but I'll run it.

http://downloads.guru3d.com/Crysis-Benchmark-Tool-1.05-Final-download-1791.html

Now there's 2 benchmarks to this, the contact fly through which is what my screen shot is of and a time demo from the harbor level that's of game play.

The contact fly through doesn't really represent the actual loads the game will put on a CPU as it's just a fly through with no AI, sounds, physics.... it's just basic.

the Harbor benchmark on the other hand is a game play time demo so is much much accurate in terms of the load it places on your system, now when playing the latter half of the harbor level even my system drops below 60fps.

So I would be very grateful if you could run that benchmark or even both with a GPU usage graph please smile.gif
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Guys i want to be future proof. i to be honest i dont think a quadcore will be that good for gaming the next few years, look at frostbite engine. and intels curent 6 cores cost 1000 dollars converted from my currency here. I dont know what to do...

Get a Thuban for now ..and overclock it! They do not disappoint . thumb.gif
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http://downloads.guru3d.com/Crysis-Benchmark-Tool-1.05-Final-download-1791.html
Now there's 2 benchmarks to this, the contact fly through which is what my screen shot is of and a time demo from the harbor level that's of game play.
The contact fly through doesn't really represent the actual loads the game will put on a CPU as it's just a fly through with no AI, sounds, physics.... it's just basic.
the Harbor benchmark on the other hand is a game play time demo so is much much accurate in terms of the load it places on your system, now when playing the latter half of the harbor level even my system drops below 60fps.
So I would be very grateful if you could run that benchmark or even both with a GPU usage graph please smile.gif

Do I need the full version of Crysis to run the benchmark?

I have two 580 and a 8320, I'd like to give it a go.
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Do I need the full version of Crysis to run the benchmark?
I have two 580 and a 8320, I'd like to give it a go.

You can't run the harbor benchmark with the demo but you can run the contact fly through one smile.gif

Basically if you're not CPU limited you should be able to push both GPU's at 99%

My 5850 Crossfire is a lot slower then your 580's so it will be interesting to see how your CPU fairs...

My 5850's with a mild OC get 48fps minimum and 60fps average...
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