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I agree with wirerat, what fps do you get then...like 140?

around 100 in multi, around 200 in singleplay.
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only care about 6 cores or more tongue.gif
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why? intel has stated several times broadwell will come with zero IPC improvement. Broadwell is about lowing energy use and increasing the onchip graphics.

The computer enthusiast in me is far more interested to see what skylake has in store. As it looks like the haswell refresh and broadwell will both be yawners; and AMD doesn't seem to have anything in the pipe to make me excited either.
 
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why? intel has stated several times broadwell will come with zero IPC improvement. Broadwell is about lowing energy use and increasing the onchip graphics.

The computer enthusiast in me is far more interested to see what skylake has in store. As it looks like the haswell refresh and broadwell will both be yawners; and AMD doesn't seem to have anything in the pipe to make me excited either.

Because of 14nm. Intel already gives us a crapload of IPC. Add 2 more cores and i'm happy
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Haswell-e will take my money. My 4770k is bottlenecking my dual 780s

You must not be overclocking or something is wrong with your system, I have a i7-950 with one GTX 780 and getting the other one this week. I tested it out with two GTX 780 because I borrowed a friends and there is no bottleneck on my i7-950 at 4ghz.
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Wait, so the Z97 boards will be able to use the Refreshed Haswells and if I want, I can upgrade to Broadwell? Im confused now doh.gif
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You must not be overclocking or something is wrong with your system, I have a i7-950 with one GTX 780 and getting the other one this week. I tested it out with two GTX 780 because I borrowed a friends and there is no bottleneck on my i7-950 at 4ghz.

fact is that there is always gonna be a bottleneck, wherer your cpu, gpu, ram, etc.

Second, what fps are you getting 60? Because i'm running a 144hz display.
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Wait, so the Z97 boards will be able to use the Refreshed Haswells and if I want, I can upgrade to Broadwell? Im confused now doh.gif
Z97 boards will be able to use both the haswell refresh chips and broadwell. Current z87 will be able to use only haswell refresh chips but unable to work with broawell.
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Z97 boards will be able to use both the haswell refresh chips and broadwell. Current z87 will be able to use only haswell refresh chips but unable to work with broawell.

This. Broadwell is a different pin out
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