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Same goes to the next generation. It will still be quad core to quad core, and even if it is a 6 core, we won't see a difference in performance. The 8350 still gets, more or less, blown out of the water by these high end Intel CPUs. Everyone is waiting for nothing to happen, it seems!

The AMD Bulldozer CPU's only have 4 FPU's. They are essentially Quad cores. It has 4 Modules each Module has 1 FPU that is shared between 2 "Cores".

Thuban is AMD's true Hexcore.
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post #32 of 77
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Good luck to you! You have more balls than I do. I just can't justify taking a hammer to a CPU for ~200mhz more headroom in overclocking.

You're forgetting that there's a piece of wood in between.
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Some reviews are stuck at as low as 4.4GHz on Haswell with high end air and that's with 90c+ on the cores during a stress test. Yes you will get a performance increase but just for gaming I would say don't do it unless there is something wrong with your X58 setup. (something is wrong with mine so I'm forced to lap up this joke called Haswell mad.gif)

If you care about your power bill then seriously do it, it will consume much less power than your current system.

The fact that these reviews have so much OC variation is probably due to the stock TIM variations between CPU's. Intel really muddied up the water here in terms of OC potential, so... someone should delid, say, 20 cpus and test their OC variations, in comparison to stock TIM. When delidded, use the same exact amount of aftermarket TIM (prefer CLU), same spread method, and no shim. When as many variables as possible are eliminated, we are then closer to seeing the truer OC potential of Haswell with FIVR. For OC enthusiasts, the initial mainstream OC reviews we read are completely useless, because they make no effort to remove these new variables that Intel added.
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post #33 of 77
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Sure its 30% in benchmarks. But will you notice the difference in games and navigation of windows? Probably not.

Its nothing like upgrading a C2D to a i7 920. Its a quad core to a quad core.

NOPE! You'd think so.. but yeah.

Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 3.4 to a i5 3570k @ 3.4 was a massive performance increase, from 30fps in BF3 (choppy) to like 60+ smooth is a great difference.
 
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NOPE! You'd think so.. but yeah.

Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 3.4 to a i5 3570k @ 3.4 was a massive performance increase, from 30fps in BF3 (choppy) to like 60+ smooth is a great difference.

With all due respect. That is not an i7 920 with Triple channel memory and a QPI instead of an FSB.
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It makes no sense that a 930 will pull better scores then a 4670k? Well, apart from HT being a massive improvement but in reality it's no difference for most games and if at most 1-2FPS. (BF3)
Yeah, but then he'd have a bit of a CPU bottleneck.. Shenanigans hey?

This graph pretty much tells the whole story. Clock for clock bloomfield is sometimes faster then ivy bridge in gaming. Why tho? Not sure. The Uncore most likely.

350x700px-LL-ed73cbcf_GTX680-games-1.jpeg

The only advantage haswell has is that it can clock higher then most bloomfiields.... wink.gif


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NOPE! You'd think so.. but yeah.

Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 3.4 to a i5 3570k @ 3.4 was a massive performance increase, from 30fps in BF3 (choppy) to like 60+ smooth is a great difference.


haha are you serious? q9400 was crap when compared to a 920.....it had poo for multiplier option, smaller L2 than a q6600, and that native 1333 didn't matter much even after you oc it to 3.6 or so, because the q6600 @3.6Ghz was faster due to it's larger L2......let's just say I have an i7 940@4.0, and an i7 2600k@4.6, and trust me, in real and visually noticeable performance, the difference is not much......when gaming, a second video card would whoop on any performance increase a 4770k could muster over a 920 smile.gif
    
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Alright, would it be worth it to grab a second 7970 if I'm only on a single monitor at 1920x1080, instead of a mobo and processor?
Edited by SDPilot - 6/5/13 at 1:23pm
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Alright, would it be worth it to grab a second 7970 if I'm only on a single monitor at 1920x1080, instead of a mobo and processor?

Are you having any fps issues with one? What sort of memory do you run?
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For better upgrade ability, I recommend getting the motherboard and processor. 2x7970s is overkill for a single 1080p screen.
 
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No big problems other than running some of the latest games like Crysis 3 and Metro at ultra with the highest AA settings. Among other similar things.
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