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Well hello there.

Here's the thing: today was the launch of crysis 3 open beta, which i enjoyed very much. After a few hours of gameplay i closed the game and was courious to see how many resources the new game ate (i always leave msi afterburner, cpu temp and task manager open). I was surprised to see my cpu to 100% and my gpu to only 75-82% usage.

The cpu is overclocked to 4 ghz, and it seems it has ended it's gaming lifecycle. So, as it seems we're moving into an era of multithreaded gaming (crysis 3 supporting 8 cores) will a phenom ii x6 1045t be an upgrade over my actual cpu?

I know the 1045t is not a black edition, but i couldn't find a be one anywhere. My mobo is only am3 so i'm stuck with this option for now. Don't wanna spend money on a downgrade either.

So, x6 1045t or x4 955be?
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6 core will improve everything. Im still searching for a 1090 or an 1100t. I have to get rid of this dual I have a quad but it way low clocked and dont overclocked smile.gif
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Just found a 1100t on a local second hand shop for about 220$ (converted from local curency). I think that is gonna be a much better option, but also 100$ more expensive.
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I'm an owner of a 1090T, however when I purchased it I read in some gaming results it was found the 965BE pulled out on top of the 1090T or 1045T at factory speeds. If that has changed with newer titles, bios, drivers, etc I don't know but a 1090T/1100T/1045T can be debated on for whether the extra $100 is worth the bump in performance over your 955. Looking at used i5s and older 1155 mobos may be a better bet if your going to spend around ~$220, that's just my thought
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Just found a 1100t on a local second hand shop for about 220$ (converted from local curency). I think that is gonna be a much better option, but also 100$ more expensive.

You might as well spend $220 on the 8350.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/203?vs=697

The 8 core murders the 6 core in muti-thread, matches it in single thread. Plus you can OC it more.
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you won't be able to go far with that mobo using the 6 core. just save up and get a better mobo. amd or intel. if you insists, then you need to put heatsinks on your mosfets.
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I currently have a 965BE and a 1045T in each of my rigs and I'd take the 1045 all day long. Remember that any program not able to utilize the extra cores will probably always perform worse on the x6 since they are clocked lower. There are no guarantees, but I run my 1045 at 3.78Ghz on stock volts for casual use, and go over 4.3 for benchmarks with no issue.. If you can match your current clock speed then you should perform as good or better at everything,...however I agree that your motherboard is a weak link, and without proper cooling or an upgrade It's sketchy for a long term OC.
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Originally Posted by deienache View Post

Well hello there.

Here's the thing: today was the launch of crysis 3 open beta, which i enjoyed very much. After a few hours of gameplay i closed the game and was courious to see how many resources the new game ate (i always leave msi afterburner, cpu temp and task manager open). I was surprised to see my cpu to 100% and my gpu to only 75-82% usage.

The cpu is overclocked to 4 ghz, and it seems it has ended it's gaming lifecycle. So, as it seems we're moving into an era of multithreaded gaming (crysis 3 supporting 8 cores) will a phenom ii x6 1045t be an upgrade over my actual cpu?

I know the 1045t is not a black edition, but i couldn't find a be one anywhere. My mobo is only am3 so i'm stuck with this option for now. Don't wanna spend money on a downgrade either.

So, x6 1045t or x4 955be?

Just compare CPU and GPU usage

1055t@4Ghz and GTX 670@ 1240/7300








1080p ultra FXAA
post #9 of 17
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Well i don't think the motherboard sucks that badly. I managed a suicide run of 4.7 ghz on this mobo, crashed after 10 mins in gta iv. Also, a friend of mine has the same board and a 1090t and he's running a 24/7 4.2 ghz on it.

@Ashtyr how is that your cpu is that low on usage and mine is on 100% ? Is the gap so big between x4 and x6?

Anyway, i think i'll stick with this setup until the gtx 700's are out, and than upgrade everything.
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Well i don't think the motherboard sucks that badly. I managed a suicide run of 4.7 ghz on this mobo, crashed after 10 mins in gta iv. Also, a friend of mine has the same board and a 1090t and he's running a 24/7 4.2 ghz on it.

@Ashtyr how is that your cpu is that low on usage and mine is on 100% ? Is the gap so big between x4 and x6?

Anyway, i think i'll stick with this setup until the gtx 700's are out, and than upgrade everything.

I dont know for sure, but i can tell you that the x6 is a really good CPU, and even in the newest games does his work without problems.

here at Far cry 3







I can tell you that my nephew, who has changed from a 965 BE at 4Ghz to a 1045 to 4ghz has gained a lot of fps in games.

maybe the new mobo, maybe the higher frecuency in NB, maybe Thuban are better than deneb´s to same clock, maybe the two extra cores are really important even if the games don´t use them, i don´t know for sure, but the results are clear
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