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An overclocked 7970 puts the 680 to shame. Even a 7950 can overclock to beyond 680 speeds. Nothing new here.
doh.gif you completely missed my point. That was a example of a 7970GHz vs a stock 680, the difference is small. This is not about gpu's, this is about CPU's and the difference is also small. Don't let your strong feelings get the best of you there buddy thumb.gif
You can try justifying yourself all you want by saying a "few fps".

5-10 FPS could be the difference between playable and unplayable. There's plenty of GPU threads for you to read, since your're clearly misinformed. You know something's up when 7950 OC beats 680 rofl. An FX-chip is just icing on the cake rofl. And it really goes beyond "a few" FPS.
Edited by Stefy - 1/25/13 at 9:06pm
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The figures are made up or intentionally skewed my i5 at 4.0GHz passes either ARMA 2 benchmark higher than that.
Seriously where did he manage to get these figures????????

Are you saying this whole thing is one massive conspiracy?
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The figures are made up or intentionally skewed my i5 at 4.0GHz passes either ARMA 2 benchmark higher than that.
Seriously where did he manage to get these figures????????

Are you saying this whole thing is one massive conspiracy?
Not really, Logan is just a guy spreading misinformation.

How can you seriously think some of those results are correct? Lol.
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Ooooohhhh!!! All the haters are gonna hate!

Like I have been saying for the longest time, if you plopped a user down in front of a system with identical specs with the only difference being an AMD processor and an Intel processor, that user wouldn't be able to tell the difference. It doesn't matter if they used it for an hour or 20 hours....

In real world, everyday, and the most common gaming scenarios, AMD is perfectly fine! Other than e-peen status or a few specific scenarios there isn't any reason to pay the Intel premium right now, there just isn't! If you think I am some fanboy or just stirring the pot....look at my sig rig.
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Not really, Logan is just a guy spreading misinformation.

How can you seriously think some of those results are correct? Lol.

Considering he ran the tests two different times, one with a 7870 and one with the 670....no, his results are fine.

Also, the people who are freaking out about his different Skyrim results, he states in the video he is using a very modified version of the game!
    
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Ooooohhhh!!! All the haters are gonna hate!

Like I have been saying for the longest time, if you plopped a user down in front of a system with identical specs with the only difference being an AMD processor and an Intel processor, that user wouldn't be able to tell the difference. It doesn't matter if they used it for an hour or 20 hours....

In real world, everyday, and the most common gaming scenarios, AMD is perfectly fine! Other than e-peen status or a few specific scenarios there isn't any reason to pay the Intel premium right now, there just isn't! If you think I am some fanboy or just stirring the pot....look at my sig rig.

1. There is no Intel premium because the Intel chips are better, and well worth the price.
2. Intel gets more FPS
3. Enjoy the inevitable loss
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I personally would not use AMD for a couple reasons:

Slower in single threaded applications compared to the Intel.
Higher power consumption-->More heat output.

Overall, the i5 is better for everyday computing unless all you do is play games and encode movies. For everything in between, Intel will outshine it but not by a huge margin. This has been proven in benchmarks but why keep beating a dead horse?
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1. There is no Intel premium because the Intel chips are better, and well worth the price.
2. Intel gets more FPS
3. Enjoy the inevitable loss

Someone has an Intel Hard-on.

You are missing the entire point of the video as well as what I just said, and have said for awhile.....

No one is arguing that AMD is better than Intel at the highest of levels, we all know it isn't. That is like saying the Honda Accord is faster, nicer, and overall better than the BMW 555i, it is silly. However, what both AMD, and the Honda, offer are affordable alternatives that simply work and serve their purpose. In the case of AMD there are situations where it is better, and overall it is COMPARABLE, especially to people who don't have e-peen syndrome and run synthetic benchmarks all day.

If someone is gaming and wants to do it on a budget, or even on a modest budget, AMD is perfectly viable and right now the way to go! Why fork the cash over for a 3570K when you can buy a 6300 and be JUST AS HAPPY! Especially considering the average gamer is going to be pairing it with a 660Ti, 7850, and in some cases a 670 or 7950. Truth be told, guys with rigs like mine and what you see here on OCN are a pretty small group in the gaming world.

Oh snap! Shocker! That truth hurts!
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I personally would not use AMD for a couple reasons:

Slower in single threaded applications compared to the Intel.
Higher power consumption-->More heat output.

Overall, the i5 is better for everyday computing unless all you do is play games and encode movies. For everything in between, Intel will outshine it but not by a huge margin. This has been proven in benchmarks but why keep beating a dead horse?

rolleyes.gif

I have had two AMD and two Intel rigs in the last ~12 months, both had very similar thermal characteristics and heat output. The only people that need to be concerned with how much heat their PC is putting how are living in a card board box. God, I hate this argument

"Meh...power....waaa...heat.....booohooo".

Seriously, both sides of the table just need to drop that one.
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Love that Logan isn't BIAS.
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...and thus the thread gets derailed.
Yup :3
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I love these reviews comparing apples to oranges.
8350 should be compared with 3770k, not 3570k.
No one will do it, because it just gets beat down into the ground lol
That's stupid, compare on price only, or compare everything.
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