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Well, i just changed os's a few moments ago. Switched for windows 8 pro x64. I have no idea why, but my cpu usage has gone to 65-70% and gpu goes up to 100% for 50-70 fps now ! It seems it was some sort of software issue than a hardware related one. It seems i can hang with this 955 for a little bit longer.

Thanks alot for your help smile.gif
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I currently have a 1055T and can run the newest games superb! DmC I have a Constant 60FPS on ultra everything. Resolution is 1900x1080. Actually at the time I was Streaming and having WoW run in the background haha. Just bought hitman Absolution and about to download the Crysis beta. If you want I'll give you some benchmarks. My GPU is Radeon HD 6850.
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How overclockable is that cpu? I know it is not a be cpu so i am kinda courious.
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How overclockable is that cpu? I know it is not a be cpu so i am kinda courious.
It pretty OCable. I got it to 3.2 on stock and 3.6 with hyper 212 I didn't want to do more because I'm kinda new at it. I got a new HDD recently and reset everything but I will OC it again eventually.
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In most cases, the only real difference between a BE and non-BE CPU is that the non-BE version requires a motherboard that can run very high reference clock speeds, and then you have to do a little trial and error to max out the overclock. On a BE, it's just a matter of changing the multiplier; you can even do it in software and keep bumping it until you crash.

A Thuban, if you can overclock it to the same clock speed as a Deneb, is always the better choice. Even if games can't use the two extra cores, and most can't, the scheduler in Windows can find something to do with those cores. Crysis 3, of course, is an exception because it can use everything you can throw at it.

A Deneb at 4.2 should be able to handle a 560ti, though. To be honest, CPU performance isn't all that important anymore; the GPU's do nearly all of the work themselves. A Core 2 Quad at 3.5 or anything faster can pretty much match up to any single video card on the market without a major performance hit.
     
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In most cases, the only real difference between a BE and non-BE CPU is that the non-BE version requires a motherboard that can run very high reference clock speeds, and then you have to do a little trial and error to max out the overclock. On a BE, it's just a matter of changing the multiplier; you can even do it in software and keep bumping it until you crash.

A Thuban, if you can overclock it to the same clock speed as a Deneb, is always the better choice. Even if games can't use the two extra cores, and most can't, the scheduler in Windows can find something to do with those cores. Crysis 3, of course, is an exception because it can use everything you can throw at it.

A Deneb at 4.2 should be able to handle a 560ti, though. To be honest, CPU performance isn't all that important anymore; the GPU's do nearly all of the work themselves. A Core 2 Quad at 3.5 or anything faster can pretty much match up to any single video card on the market without a major performance hit.

Yeah, as i mentioned in an earlier post, i solved the problem. It was software related, as the problem gone after i switched to win 8.
About that Crysis 3 being able to handle everything you throw at it, I am expecting the upcoming games to be optimized for more than 4 cores, going up to 8 imo.

I am going to do a whole system upgrade by the end of this year, or jan-feb 2014. We'll see what tech is on the market than. Thanks again guys.
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Yeah, as i mentioned in an earlier post, i solved the problem. It was software related, as the problem gone after i switched to win 8.
About that Crysis 3 being able to handle everything you throw at it, I am expecting the upcoming games to be optimized for more than 4 cores, going up to 8 imo.

I am going to do a whole system upgrade by the end of this year, or jan-feb 2014. We'll see what tech is on the market than. Thanks again guys.
Played the Beta got a decent 30 FPS Max setting with 1055T and HD 6850
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