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Intel lost this one hard. How is Intel going to keep up with AMD once games start to use 8-Cores? I mean Crysis 3 uses ~ 6-Core. If they tested 3770K the 8350 would probably still edge it. If games fully use 8-Core i can see 8350 edge out even Intel 6-Core CPUs which is sad. 4770K is not going to cut it. We have had 4- Core CPUs long enough now. Really 3770K should have been 6-Core by now @ $300. AMD has to stop Intel more to wake them up.

Better HT coding in this game would have easily made up the difference. The better ipc helps quite a bit. Now if amd's ipc matched that of intel's then intel would be sweating a bit. Regardless, I do agree, it's about time intel brough the 6 and 8 cores down to the mainstream thumb.gif

Depends, HT is less efficient than CMT as proven by an FX-8350 matching an i7 3770k in tasks that can use HT or CMT well.
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With my build in my sig (2-way 680 SLI), in MP I see no less than 60 FPS at 1440p with everything maxed and using FXAA, and it's usually about 68-74 FPS stable.
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With my build in my sig (2-way 680 SLI), in MP I see no less than 60 FPS at 1440p with everything maxed and using FXAA, and it's usually about 68-74 FPS stable.

I suspect the 10 MB L3 cache helps. i7-3820 is a good cpu choice for gaming.
would be interesting to know how your i7-3820 performs with hyperthreading off.
     
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So glad I brought a 1090T in 2012 lol. (was an upgrade from the Phenom X4 9850 BE)
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