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4.6ghz with a i5=bottleneck, yes

4.6ghz with a 4core i7=not so bad (add +5-10 to min fps), as the game supports hyperthreading

no bottleneck with 6core I7

See benchmark below - you will find in some areas FPS will be lower then this particular benchmark

900x900px-LL-7d31c35c_proz.jpeg

I cannot afford those cpu's and nor will I buy them. I guess crytek being part of the amd never settle campaign means that things like physx (if the game supports it) is being done on the cpu and eating up multiple threads.

When the 6 core IB-e is out this year I'm hoping it will be much more affordable and I'll upgrade then.
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I cannot afford those cpu's and nor will I buy them. I guess crytek being part of the amd never settle campaign means that things like physx (if the game supports it) is being done on the cpu and eating up multiple threads.

When the 6 core IB-e is out this year I'm hoping it will be much more affordable and I'll upgrade then.

Same upgrade plan here-definately not going to upgrade prior to June just for this game! I am sure upcoming releases will continue to be dominated by 4core's until then
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I was able to play this game pretty good for my 2 gen old system... Just wish there were some benchmark where we could compare...
Didn't know why Crytek didn't include it in their most graphically intense/hardware pushing game...confusedsmiley.png

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4.6ghz with a i5=bottleneck, yes

4.6ghz with a 4core i7=not so bad (add +5-10 to min fps), as the game supports hyperthreading

no bottleneck with 6core I7

See benchmark below - you will find in some areas FPS will be lower then this particular benchmark

900x900px-LL-7d31c35c_proz.jpeg

http://pclab.pl/art52489-9.html
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Here's a new gpu benchmark of C3. Gogo Nvidia!!!
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Geeez... i'm gonna need a bigger CPU smile.gif
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