Originally Posted by AMDATI
Originally Posted by Kuivamaa
One problem with techspot is that it occassionaly cooks tables.
I'm not seeing how the tables are being cooked. all I'm seeing is that you have to underclock the 3770 down to 2.5ghz just for the 8350 overclocked to 4.5Ghz to be comparable in performance.
Assuming you actually could comprehend bar graphs, if only there was some sort of graphics
Originally Posted by 996gt2
Originally Posted by cssorkinman
The 9590 would out perform the 4770k .
1: The 9590 is more expensive than a 4770K (no CPU cooler included, and you're gonna need a beastly cooler with a 9590 just to run it @ stock speeds)
2: The 9590 @ 5 GHz is still slower than a stock 4770K in many cases. LOL
Wow, benchmarks for a video encoding software that isn't even named and two 3 year old rendering suites.
As a 3d modeler, I can tell you that you wouldn't be caught dead using Cinema 4d 11.5 (from 2011) or 3DS Max 2011 as they're ancient and look awful compared to the latest versions.
Remember when I talked about cherry picking?
You don't understand what the graphs mean that you're posting, other than "look at the bar graphs!"
If you actually did, you'd flat out ignore 3 year old software in a field where there's still major advancements happening every year. Not to mention that CB 11.5 is well known to strongly favor Intel and that 3DS Max 2011 is more than likely using Mental Ray, and Nvidia product,and Nvidia products always run terrible on AMD CPUs (like PhysX).
The fact that those graphs come from a site that is so bad that they can't even list which renderer they used for 3ds max makes me question the legitimacy of it entirely.
But Cinebench r14 makes things way, way more competitive. I do think it's against the rules to link to other forums, but if you do some digging you'll find that FX 8350 around 4.7ghz to 5ghz scores about 750 to 800 points. And a stock 4770k scores lower 700s.
So in fact, if you're not using ancient rendering software (which no one in the real world would do), the 9590 does win stock.