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Please explain....


You should probably check to see if the 8320 is actually on the graph before posting it.

Please explain y u posted graph plz.
post #162 of 210
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Can we stop with BF3? We all know the FX chips perform in that game...problem is that's it pretty much the only game they perform decent in which is why it's the only game that's ever used in a bottleneck argument.

BF3 is not the only game in existence

Sure, I play a lot of SC2 and Its known to favor Intel chips.. How I get a solid 50-60fps with my little old FX4300... hmm interesting.

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everything set to high, yes I know there is an ultra setting, which the game recommends that I switch to, but I'm GPU limited by a tiny 550Ti. I plan to keep the FX4300 with a new GPU and report back when and if it actually becomes a bottleneck.
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You should probably check to see if the 8320 is actually on the graph before posting it.

Please explain y u posted graph plz.

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post #164 of 210
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You should probably check to see if the 8320 is actually on the graph before posting it.

Please explain y u posted graph plz.

You should actually check if the FX8320 is actually any faster the the FX8150
post #165 of 210
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Can we stop with BF3? We all know the FX chips perform in that game...problem is that's it pretty much the only game they perform decent in which is why it's the only game that's ever used in a bottleneck argument.

BF3 is not the only game in existence

i didnt do that with teh intention of posting it here, but with the intention someone can see that there is not much diference on gaming in AMD than intel... i going to post other screenshot showing the GPU usage...

also we are not posting this to show how many FPS can give the FX but how well can push the GPU.
Edited by EliteReplay - 2/14/13 at 11:38am
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i didnt do that with teh intention of posting it here, but with the intention someone can see that there is not much diference on gaming in AMD than intel... i going to post other screenshot showing the GPU usage...

As I said, BF3 is a very big exception when it comes to CPU performance on AMD chips.

Trying recording that video on Skyrim or Crysis 2

If there was no bottleneck with AMD chips then they would be kicking out the same frame rates as the Intel chips do regardless of what game it was or how many GPU's you have.

But that's not the case, there's more then enough reviews, articles and user submitted data that show FX chips can in some games perform much much worse then the Intel stuff does.
Edited by almighty15 - 2/14/13 at 11:41am
post #167 of 210
BF3 mp is very CPU/GPU intensive and a nice indicator of the maximum ability of a platform as it takes advantage of clocks,cores,threads, almost anything you throw at it. As for the russian site I have been wondering about the impact of the old AMD chipsets they use for bench purposes:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3154#ov
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3003#ov

Could be 0% deficit or it could be 20% in terms of fps. Would be interesting to see a comparison by someone that owns a bulldozer, a 990FX board and one of those.
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post #168 of 210
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Please explain....


Did you look at the Motherboard Models?

They are using 4+1 Phase Cheepo AM2+ Gigabyte Motherboards vs. High End Intel ones?!?!
(ASRock Fatility, Maximus Formula, etc)

There is not even a motherboard that fully supports an 8 Core FX CPU (Max 95W TDP) with 125W TDP.
The Phenom II X6 CPU's also require a Beta BIOS to run.
The Motherboard bias is enough to effect the quality of those results.
post #169 of 210
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If there was no bottleneck with AMD chips then they would be kicking out the same frame rates as the Intel chips do regardless of what game it was or how many GPU's you have.

But that's not the case, there's more then enough reviews, articles and user submitted data that show FX chips can in some games perform much much worse then the Intel stuff does.

There's also unsubmitted data by people like myself whom have used both the highly recommended i5-3570K and the FX-8350 and say they will game identically when paired with a high-end video adapter. I can't speak for mid-range cards or whatnot because I have not tested such setups. But my system[i5-3570K @ 4.7GHz + 7950 @ 1150 / 1500] games the same as my brother's setup(Which I built and overclocked) with an FX-8350 @ 4.5GHz + 7970 @ 1100 / 1500. It is time for Intel fanbois to get educated and not just go off of what we read on the internet. Many variables are involved in those tests...
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by 0.4 fps..... that is within margin of error..
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