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Crysis 3 With Patch 1.3



http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/Tests/Crysis-3-CPU-Test-1068140/

I thought Crysis 3 can use more than 4 cores ;(
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Crysis 3 With Patch 1.3



http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/Tests/Crysis-3-CPU-Test-1068140/
Wow. That's MASSIVE difference between 3570K and 3770K. 20 fps eek.gif That reinforces my plan to upgrade to 4770K. 4 core CPU's without HT are slowly becoming outdated, especially when games are starting to be made next-gen consoles in mind.

Edit: it's 720p bench, that partly explains big difference between CPU's. Still I expect that at 1080p there would be at least 5-10fps between 3570K and 3770K.
Edited by Seid Dark - 5/19/13 at 6:25am
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I can see more people buying the 4770k if Intel get their game together and resume fluxless soldering between CPU die and IHS.
Edited by Chrit - 5/19/13 at 6:44am
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this was made for ultrabook and notebooks. No significant desktop improvements (i will however wait until more reviewers OC them before calling them a disappointment because i think that will be the key selling point of these chips)

I will tell you one thing though, Sandy Bridge was an excellent chip to buy on release for gaming. If overclocking on these new chips suck then it's the core i5 5550k for me next lol. Or maybe AMD if next gen games like more cores.
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It's a simple equation for me. If it can get to 6ghz on a reasonably priced aftermarket cooler then it's a buy. Otherwise there's no compelling reason for me to upgrade. I want a processor that can deliver flawless 100 fps in BF4, Rome2, etc.
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It's a simple equation for me. If it can get to 6ghz on a reasonably priced aftermarket cooler then it's a buy. Otherwise there's no compelling reason for me to upgrade. I want a processor that can deliver flawless 100 fps in BF4, Rome2, etc.
Looks like you won't be buying it then. Intel are yet to release a processor where the average chip can do 5GHz with average cooling, 6GHz is very wishful thinking.
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It's a simple equation for me. If it can get to 6ghz on a reasonably priced aftermarket cooler then it's a buy. Otherwise there's no compelling reason for me to upgrade. I want a processor that can deliver flawless 100 fps in BF4, Rome2, etc.

Never going to happen
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Looks like you won't be buying it then. Intel are yet to release a processor where the average chip can do 5GHz with average cooling, 6GHz is very wishful thinking.

There are a lot of 2600k's doing 5-5.2ghz. Another 800mhz isn't that beyond the realm of possibilities. I agree that the early news has been bad but the real key, for me at least, is whether the additional OC options can actually deliver on the gains some of the Intel guys have hinted at on reddit and elsewhere.
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There are a lot of 2600k's doing 5-5.2ghz. Another 800mhz isn't that beyond the realm of possibilities. I agree that the early news has been bad but the real key, for me at least, is whether the additional OC options can actually deliver on the gains some of the Intel guys have hinted at on reddit and elsewhere.

There's a difference between going from 3.3 GHz to 4.1 GHz, and 5.2 to 6.

One requires at least a quality aftermarket air cooler or closed water loop. The other requires thermoelectric cooling, or a super-golden silicon with extreme watercooling and no fluctuations in the voltage level, or an Alaskan winter.
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Or Unicorn urine. The North Koreans have been using it for months now with great success. I suspect that the recent reports of 8ghz OC's were not from LN2 but rather from a Unicorn's bladder.

8 GHz on Pentium Pro or 2?
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