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LOL. How a 150% improvement is even theoretically possible, I don't know, but if you say so.

I'm going to do the testing because I'm very curious now, and then we can discuss the results in a civil manner. Testing will be done at 5760x1080 with 780 Ti SLI. One machine has a 4.8 Ghz 3770K with 2400 MHz memory, and the other a 4.8 Ghz 3930K with 2133 MHz memory. I'm going to go gather up some data and I'll be back later.

I never said with a hexacore you get 150% fps improvement over a quad quore. I said I get 100fps on average with 2xmsaa. As you said, we aren't running the same specs or on the same place on the map.

BTW you're on ignore now. Annoying as hell. Go start a new thread and post your results claiming quad core = hexacore.
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I never said with a hexacore you get 150% fps improvement over a quad quore. I said I get 100fps on average with 2xmsaa. As you said, we aren't running the same specs or on the same place on the map.

BTW you're on ignore now. Annoying as hell. Go start a new thread and post your results claiming quad core = hexacore.

I think you should at least see his benchmarks. From my perspective, you're both just asserting your opinions with no evidence to back it. But at least the other guy's being reasonable about it. Give him a chance to share his benchmarks...

I think it's silly to be recommending that $600 PSU when most gamers would be good with an i5. Some peoples' idea of "running" seems to be never dropping below 60fps and must be on all highest settings. Well, I can appreciate that, and I'd love to, but as you point out, it's a very expensive proposition to do that on 3 screens, much less at 1440. Running a Mini-ITX setup presents additional challenge. Personally I'd be quite happy if I could run on medium with 30-45 FPS.

And I'm very interested in seeing the facts behind it since everyone has already made their opinions clear.
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Do I need to use the non-conductive film that was sent with my 780ti classy when applying my waterblock? Or are the thermal pads non-conductive?
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Hi just got one 780ti reference ran 3dmark with a slight overclock http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1315470
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I think you should at least see his benchmarks. From my perspective, you're both just asserting your opinions with no evidence to back it. But at least the other guy's being reasonable about it. Give him a chance to share his benchmarks...

My guess is you're overestimating the benefit you're seeing exclusively from that CPU. It just doesn't make sense to see that much of a gain. But moreover I think it's silly to be recommending that $600 PSU when most gamers would be good with an i5. Some peoples' idea of "running" seems to be never dropping below 60fps and must be on all highest settings. Well, I can appreciate that, and I'd love to, but as you point out, it's a very expensive challenge to do that on 3 screens, much less at 1440. Personally I'd be quite happy if I could run on medium with 30-45 FPS.

Notice how this is the 780ti thread? I don't care if you like BF4 with low settings and 30fps, I doubt anyone in here does.

I don't need to see his benchmarks, anyone with knowledge of hardware knows hexacores > quad cores in programs that can use them, BF4 being one of them.

Here is an entire thread about it. http://www.overclock.net/t/1433904/comparison-of-windows-7-vs-windows-8-8-1-ht-enabled-vs-disabled-on-battlefield-4
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If you are running surround you should be sporting @ least a 4 core i7. i5's choke hard, even when cores are not maxed, running surround.
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Anyone else playing Battlefield 4 getting Intermittent crashing or freezing?

I lowered my overclock from 1241 MHz Core boosts to 1237 MHz Core boosts and I seem to be fine but haven't played long enough to get these crashes.

So I'm just curious if this is a game issue, a driver issue or if I actually just had too much of an overclock. Previously with the same overclock I had no issues for quite some time, then all of a sudden this cropped up.

I just did a complete reinstall of Windows 8.1 Pro last night to remove any reminiscence of possible AMD drivers from my system. Will be gaming later tonight to test this through the weekend, just thought I put out a feeler to see if I was not the only one.
     
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Anyone else playing Battlefield 4 getting Intermittent crashing or freezing?

I lowered my overclock from 1241 MHz Core boosts to 1237 MHz Core boosts and I seem to be fine but haven't played long enough to get these crashes.

So I'm just curious if this is a game issue, a driver issue or if I actually just had too much of an overclock. Previously with the same overclock I had no issues for quite some time, then all of a sudden this cropped up.

I just did a complete reinstall of Windows 8.1 Pro last night to remove any reminiscence of possible AMD drivers from my system. Will be gaming later tonight to test this through the weekend, just thought I put out a feeler to see if I was not the only one.

I can run Valley for hours on end at 1320/7900 @ 1.212v, but in order to play BF4, I had to pump it down to 1280/7600, and even that is probably not low enough. Haven't played for hours on end to determine if it's going to crash or not... So i'm unsure as well. But I don't think you're the only one.
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Anyone else playing Battlefield 4 getting Intermittent crashing or freezing?

I lowered my overclock from 1241 MHz Core boosts to 1237 MHz Core boosts and I seem to be fine but haven't played long enough to get these crashes.

So I'm just curious if this is a game issue, a driver issue or if I actually just had too much of an overclock. Previously with the same overclock I had no issues for quite some time, then all of a sudden this cropped up.

I just did a complete reinstall of Windows 8.1 Pro last night to remove any reminiscence of possible AMD drivers from my system. Will be gaming later tonight to test this through the weekend, just thought I put out a feeler to see if I was not the only one.

No problem here but my card only boosting to 1219 core and running 8.1 as well.
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