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I was not harsh until he posted a graph showing 100% constant use in bf3 multiplayer, not single player and then continued to spread blatant lies to the point of calling me

I posted no graph. I posted two screenshots of GPU-Z that represent the max usage of my crossfire set up during multiplayer BF3. Not sure how that's a lie. You're seriously upset about being wrong, I just don't understand why?

The main point of contention is your statement that a 3570 is somehow a bottleneck for a crossfire setup and I flat out don't believe you. So...feel free to provide some proof to that effect.
post #32 of 62
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I posted no graph. I posted two screenshots of GPU-Z that represent the max usage of my crossfire set up during multiplayer BF3. Not sure how that's a lie. You're seriously upset about being wrong, I just don't understand why?

This post is why i sound harsh, can someone other than me explain to the poster that a screen shot of gpu use does not constitute or go any way to show or not show a bottleneck in multiplayer bf3. Its his attitude and calling fact wrong
post #33 of 62
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This post is why i sound harsh, can someone other than me explain to the poster that a screen shot of gpu use does not constitute or go any way to show or not show a bottleneck in multiplayer bf3. Its his attitude and calling fact wrong

Please provide proof beyond your opinion that a 3570 bottlebecks a crossfire set up please and stop avoiding the main point.

I'm genuinely curious as to why you feel this way because it's not something I experienced. So educate me.
post #34 of 62
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This post is why i sound harsh, can someone other than me explain to the poster that a screen shot of gpu use does not constitute or go any way to show or not show a bottleneck in multiplayer bf3. Its his attitude and calling fact wrong

He's right @Gigatel, the screen shot you posted doesn't really mean much since if your GPUs hit 100% for a second, it would show the MAX GPU usage is 100%.

If you want, play the game in MP with AB or GPU-Z running in the background, pause the game and tap to the desktop, check the GPU usage then..... it won't be a constant @ 100%.
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Please provide proof beyond your opinion that a 3570 bottlebecks a crossfire set up please and stop avoiding the main point.

I'm genuinely curious as to why you feel this why because it's not something I experienced. So educate me.

You are obviously a child from the facts in your post or a thread troll. 2 intel owners with cpu`s higher than yours have reported bottlenecks in this thread.
post #36 of 62
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He's right @Gigatel, the screen shot you posted doesn't really mean much since if your GPUs hit 100% for a second, it would show the MAX GPU usage is 100%.

If you want, play the game in MP with AB or GPU-Z running in the background, pause the game and tap to the desktop, check the GPU usage then..... it won't be a constant @ 100%.

I understand that completely. That much is obvious.

His point is that a 3570 CPU is a bottleneck for a crossfire setup and like the troll he is, he is unable to provide any sort of proof whatsoever.
post #37 of 62
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Please provide proof beyond your opinion that a 3570 bottlebecks a crossfire set up please and stop avoiding the main point.

I'm genuinely curious as to why you feel this way because it's not something I experienced. So educate me.

A 3570k dont bottleneck a cf setup. Its the same thing like RTS games or WoW. They utilitze cpu power (ex AI script) so they use a bit more cpu usage. So your cpu cant display too much frames so that create a bottleneck. Its the same as low res bench.
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Please provide proof beyond your opinion that a 3570 bottlebecks a crossfire set up please and stop avoiding the main point.

I'm genuinely curious as to why you feel this way because it's not something I experienced. So educate me.

Bottlenecking depends on the title & with 2 high-end cards is not noticeable if you're getting high FPS.
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post #39 of 62
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Bottlenecking depends on the title & with 2 high-end cards is not noticeable if you're getting high FPS.

Wether its noticeable or not is irrelative in this debate. My point is this and it is clear. A 3570 k can not push 2 7950 constant 100%use in bf3 multiplayer 64p. That is a fact . Now wether that is game engine optimisation or cpu`s not feeding high end cards the fact remains, when i was explaining my experience with the cpu i had to the op earlier i did say that even though bottlenecked my other cpu could still produce 60fps rendering the bottleneck nonsense on a 1080p 60hz refresh screen
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A 3570k dont bottleneck a cf setup. Its the same thing like RTS games or WoW. They utilitze cpu power (ex AI script) so they use a bit more cpu usage. So your cpu cant display too much frames so that create a bottleneck. Its the same as low res bench.

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Bottlenecking depends on the title & with 2 high-end cards is not noticeable if you're getting high FPS.

Reps for being rational. Refreshing and thanks.
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