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Well I think the term bottlenecking is too vague for this.

Yes, itll push you to fpsdips your 780ti could have skipped from time to time. What your min will be is up to your settings to be honest.


Dipping to 30 fps when youre in a firefight will suck, but be manageble. At 4.5ghz 4770k with hyperthreading I still sometimes feel dips which I cannot really give my GPU credit for, and the game is really optimized for 8cores.


A 2500k is stronger core-per-core than a FX.8350, but Id rather have a flat 60 fps ALWAYS than 85fps average with dips in the 30s.



If you swa to ivy tho, the main reason should not be pcie3 but an 8threaded cpu.
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With those frametime dips to 30-60, the FPS meter never read less than 60-70, at any point. It's just the FPS meter is a really horrible measure of performance especially on a game like this, because if you got 50 frames in the last second, the number that fraps or whatever program displays on your screen is just an average of the last fifty numbers. The frametimes method as shown above, shows you each of the 50 numbers instead of averaging them

Until i see data on the contrary, from my findings and some comments from OCN members, i believe EVERYONE is experiencing performance similar to shown above, at least on 64 player (while fps meter will give you a bad, inflated picture of actual performance), though i don't have data on two things;

1: Significant performance improvements since beta?

2: Lga2011/6cores
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Originally Posted by Zyther View Post

Is it worth upgrading to a Ivy Bridge cpu to enable the PCIE3 for this card?

To answer this specific question - no, you don't need to worry about PCIe 2.0 limiting a single card. There is more than enough bandwidth there.
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