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If that was so, everybody would still be using a Pentium 4 Northwood as in my bottom right sig rig from 2002 and a GTX Titan. The fact that they don't should be telling you something.

Shocking how the FPS is within 1 or 2 between 20 different processors until it gets to the ultra low-end where the CPU is bottlenecking since they are not even quad cores. Meaning the CPU is doing next to nothing in the games FPS.

The 4960x would absolutely destroy the A10-5700 at everything, but notice how its only 4 FPS slower while in a 1080p game?


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Q9650 runs about $150 on ebay, the Xeon thats = to it around $100.

Currently there is a $150 buy it now 2500k sandybridge, and you can easily pick up a P67 motherboard for around $50-80, and that setup would blow a 775 out of the water. 2500k will reach 4Ghz stock voltage most likely, and top out between 4.6-5ghz and it has a considerably faster single core performance as well.

I found a q9550 equivalent for 40 bucks shipped. and he doesn't have to buy a new mobo and ram just a 5 dollar adapter.
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Framerates can be meaningless without knowing the frametimes.

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This.

The board is pretty bad when it comes to OCing.
He would be lucky to get 3.5GHz out if it.

Well, I was able to OC to 3GHz stable on stock voltage. Once it gets to 3.5GHz, I had to up the voltage a bit, but it's a bit unstable. It does tend to freeze up once in a while.arrowheadsmiley.png
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Well, I was able to OC to 3GHz stable on stock voltage. Once it gets to 3.5GHz, I had to up the voltage a bit, but it's a bit unstable. It does tend to freeze up once in a while.arrowheadsmiley.png

 

Then it's quite unstable. Still, it's very impressive considering the bad things I heard about overclocking the Q6600 on the nForce 680i SLI chipset.

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Then it's quite unstable. Still, it's very impressive considering the bad things I heard about overclocking the Q6600 on the nForce 680i SLI chipset.
Then should I upgrade the mobo as well to something 7 series, like 780i for 790i? Then get a Q9550?
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Then should I upgrade the mobo as well to something 7 series, like 780i for 790i? Then get a Q9550?

I'm gonna be honest, just stay the heck away from nvidia chipsets. Those old boards were troublesome even back when they were new.

keep the board you have now which i guess you can't get a xeon being a nvidia chipset so tr to get a q9550 for under 90 USD on OCN or stay with what you got till you can upgrade to a new platform. if you were gonna get a new 775 board i'd get an intel chipset that is compatible with the xeon mod but, i wouldn't go that far.
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I'm gonna be honest, just stay the heck away from nvidia chipsets. Those old boards were troublesome even back when they were new.

keep the board you have now which i guess you can't get a xeon being a nvidia chipset so tr to get a q9550 for under 90 USD on OCN or stay with what you got till you can upgrade to a new platform. if you were gonna get a new 775 board i'd get an intel chipset that is compatible with the xeon mod but, i wouldn't go that far.

Why? I always thought NVidia chipsets were better because they offered more features than Intel chipsets. I thought Nvidia boards are compatible with the xeon mod.
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Why? I always thought NVidia chipsets were better because they offered more features than Intel chipsets. I thought Nvidia boards are compatible with the xeon mod.

 

No, good P45 motherboards are significantly better. I upgraded from an EVGA 680i SLI (122-CK-NF68) to the Gigabyte EP45-UD3P, and I found it to be significantly better. I had an E8400 E0, and it needed a much lower core voltage in the EP45-UD3P. Also, my system as a whole just felt more stable or something. I don't know how to explain it.

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also the X38 and X48 are really good too. the X38 offers DDR3 which is like a 10% perf boost and the X48 overclocks REALLY well.
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