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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

Hard to find 1090T benchmarks OC'D versus newer CPUs and using newer games, what I can find is something like this:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2010/04/27/amd-phenom-ii-x6-1090t-black-edition/8

Still using a 5870 and bottlenecking it even when OC'd. Is this one valid?
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Hard to find 1090T benchmarks OC'D versus newer CPUs and using newer games, what I can find is something like this:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2010/04/27/amd-phenom-ii-x6-1090t-black-edition/8

Still using a 5870 and bottlenecking it even when OC'd. Is this one valid?

The problem is that in many places when they make OC to a x6 use the 1090 or the 1100, and does it only by raising the multiplier, without raising NB.

Crysis only use one core as Sc2, apart from that I do not consider representative of how you are going to play today's games, rising NB is very important.






Another thing that you should bear in mind, should not increase more than 2GHz in HT, or you'll be losing performance


If you look at your own link



http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2010/04/27/amd-phenom-ii-x6-1090t-black-edition/3

Not the best way to make Oc to a x6


Edit


Apart from this, i know my x6 will do bottleneck in crysis, sc2 or GTA IV , my x6 and almost every CPU, and what? i can play these games without problems

There is a lot of games apart from these, in fact in the majority of them haven´t bottleneck for my CPU
Edited by Ashtyr - 3/10/13 at 8:12am
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The problem is that in many places when they make OC to a x6 use the 1090 or the 1100, and does it only by raising the multiplier, without raising NB.

Crysis only use one core as Sc2, apart from that I do not consider representative of how you are going to play today's games, rising NB is very important.

Another thing that you should bear in mind, should not increase more than 2GHz in HT, or you'll be losing performance


If you look at your own link

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2010/04/27/amd-phenom-ii-x6-1090t-black-edition/3

Not the best way to make Oc to a x6

Crysis uses more then 1 core...
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+rep good sir thumb.gif

To put it simply I am tired of all the heated opinionated debates I have been reading into lately, so I like to do my own research if its a viable option.

Even if Thuban architecture cant pump out max frames for gaming with a high end card it just means that its main purpose has changed. All I could think of for use of an AMD chip like Deneb or Thuban is with a crosshair 3/4 clock the chip to 4.0Ghz and just run F@H with some 580's or 460 2win or something for a GPU farms.

Its my understanding that AMD chips play a lot better with single GPU set ups correct? Just grab a 7870 and you should not have any issue maxing out most games.
    
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