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You haven't proved anything, except owning a 1075T and claiming that you run it 4.8GHz 24/7 All year round STABLE, unless you can post some sort of proof doing so, then I'll back down.

But when people come on here saying it will bottleneck a TITAN with no solid ground on benches and a source, than don't post false information. If his 1090T will be clocked at 4.0GHz and the Northbridge at 3.0GHz, than that wil be more than enough to run a GTX TITAN, (not SLI).

The last person that called me out got made to look very stupid, you sure you want to go there?

And my 4.8Ghz Phenom 2 x6 couldn't even drive 5850 Crossfire to full performance in single/dual threaded games and you think that a 4Ghz one will drive a GPU with nearly twice the performance?
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You haven't proved anything, except owning a 1075T and claiming that you run it 4.8GHz 24/7 All year round STABLE, unless you can post some sort of proof doing so, then I'll back down.

But when people come on here saying it will bottleneck a TITAN with no solid ground on benches and a source, than don't post false information. If his 1090T will be clocked at 4.0GHz and the Northbridge at 3.0GHz, than that wil be more than enough to run a GTX TITAN, (not SLI).
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Quick google search will reveal his claim to be true, at least by your standards...

http://hwbot.org/submission/2213253_
    
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The last person that called me out got made to look very stupid, you sure you want to go there?

And my 4.8Ghz Phenom 2 x6 couldn't even drive 5850 Crossfire to full performance in single/dual threaded games and you think that a 4Ghz one will drive a GPU with nearly twice the performance?

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Quick google search will reveal his claim to be true, at least by your standards...

http://hwbot.org/submission/2213253_

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post #115 of 126
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Have you got Benches? Sources? Have you owned a 1090T yourself?

Yes at 4.2 on a custom loop. Running on a Rog board with a MSI Twin Frozr II GTX 580. Didn't even know I had a Bottleneck in BF3 until I switched to Intel.
With the switch I got more FPS (not much maybe 2-5 fps) and much smoother FPS (had less frame drop in intense scenes)
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Fair enough, you used Phase cooling.

But there's still no hard ground on whether a 1090T @ 4.0GHz will bottleneck a TITAN entirely
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Fair enough, you used Phase cooling.

But there's still no hard ground on whether a 1090T @ 4.0GHz will bottleneck a TITAN entirely

A 4.8Ghz 1075T would smash a 4Ghz 1090T and my 1075T was also running a 3.2Ghz CPU/NB.

If anything it's pure common sense, the Phenom 2 architecture is slower per clock then a Core 2 Quad and would you say that a Core 2 Quad would not bottleneck a Titan? Because it would, HEAVILY in fact.

That's what most people on here fail to release or understand, AMD have still yet to make a CPU architecture that beats the old Core 2 architecture in terms of per core performance.

People are quick to say that a Core 2 Quad will bottleneck but then say that a slower Phenom 2 CPU won't.
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Fair enough, you used Phase cooling.

But there's still no hard ground on whether a 1090T @ 4.0GHz will bottleneck a TITAN entirely

Man, you can just look for benchmarks and see for yourself.









And that's with a 5870.
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Man, you can just look for benchmarks and see for yourself.





And that's with a 5870.




look benchmarks with a x6 to a stock is useless.

Second, do not think anyone would buy a titan to play SC2, much less to play at 1024x768, and if he plays 1080p with OC x6 will be enough

Third, the games tend to use more and more cores, so don´t think it serves much put games that only use one core as WOW or SC2

fourth, I've posted pictures which show that with one x6 to 4 GHz with a GTX 670 with 1300 core, I am limited by the GPU.

fifth, up there you have test with a GTX 690

So as already said , has plenty of information, not spoil the thread with battles to see who has bigger
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Third, the games tend to use more and more cores, so don´t think it serves much put games that only use one core as WOW or SC2

fourth, I've posted pictures which show that with one x6 to 4 GHz with a GTX 670 with 1300 core, I am limited by the GPU.

Yay lets discount games that only use a couple of cores because when I open my eyes tomorrow morning every game will be able use 8 cores..... Oh wait.... No scrap that was just a dream....

And I bet you my entire rig you're CPU limited with that GTX670
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