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There is a good review with same voltages.

http://www.sweclockers.com/recension/18924-intel-core-i7-4790k-devils-canyon/21#pagehead

1.35V 4770K 4.4GHz, 90C
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post #1112 of 22332
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Well I tested the BF4 at 2c/2t and 4c/8t, here are my results:

 

2c/2t - Min, Max, Avg:  0,  72, 49.532

 

4c/8t - Min, Max, Avg 37,  71,  65.112

 

So I might just stick with the pentium for now, I guess ill see what happens once my DC cpu arrives.  The thing is I hate BF4 at the moment, plays like crap on my pc and pretty much always has done, its awful.  Whereas Titanfall plays just fine and im playing that a lot recently.

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Well I tested the BF4 at 2c/2t and 4c/8t, here are my results:

2c/2t - Min, Max, Avg:  0,  72, 49.532

4c/8t - Min, Max, Avg 37,  71,  65.112

So I might just stick with the pentium for now, I guess ill see what happens once my DC cpu arrives.  The thing is I hate BF4 at the moment, plays like crap on my pc and pretty much always has done, its awful.  Whereas Titanfall plays just fine and im playing that a lot recently.

I had SLI 670's as well and I gave up on trying to get it running properly. I ended up doing what I did with BF3, almost all low settings on a single card. After the initial sheen of pretty visuals wears off, the scoreboard tends to matter more and more.
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I had SLI 670's as well and I gave up on trying to get it running properly. I ended up doing what I did with BF3, almost all low settings on a single card. After the initial sheen of pretty visuals wears off, the scoreboard tends to matter more and more.

 

Yeah, well I might just ending up doing that if it allows me to play the game at a decent fps.  At which case, I dont see a reason to not run the pentium unlocked chip if its clocked quite high.  I never do any coding or anything like that, and the only games besides bf3, bf4, titanfall I play are steam games.

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Yeah, well I might just ending up doing that if it allows me to play the game at a decent fps.  At which case, I dont see a reason to not run the pentium unlocked chip if its clocked quite high.  I never do any coding or anything like that, and the only games besides bf3, bf4, titanfall I play are steam games.

I also saw an improvement in smoothness and general performance improvements in most games using those cards simply by switching to Win 8.1 from Win 7
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There is a good review with same voltages.

http://www.sweclockers.com/recension/18924-intel-core-i7-4790k-devils-canyon/21#pagehead

1.35V 4770K 4.4GHz, 90C
1.35V 4790K 4.4GHz, 77C

If this link is accurate, I will be ecstatic with my purchase.
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I also saw an improvement in smoothness and general performance improvements in most games using those cards simply by switching to Win 8.1 from Win 7

 

Thats not an option unfortunately :p

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Yeah, well I might just ending up doing that if it allows me to play the game at a decent fps.  At which case, I dont see a reason to not run the pentium unlocked chip if its clocked quite high.  I never do any coding or anything like that, and the only games besides bf3, bf4, titanfall I play are steam games.

settings maxed, 2xmsaa 110% resolution scale - 780ti / 2500k 82-100fps with v sync on at 1080, usually holds 100 fps except huge scenes in MP

it's your cpu AND gpu's holding you back, you need 3g vram first of all to handle bf4
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settings maxed, 2xmsaa 110% resolution scale - 780ti / 2500k 82-100fps with v sync on at 1080, usually holds 100 fps except huge scenes in MP

it's your cpu AND gpu's holding you back, you need 3g vram first of all to handle bf4

Not true at all. You can run a single 2GB 670 with full Ultra including 4xMSAA (might have been 2xMSAA) at 1080p and it still runs smoothly. No res scaling. You might not achieve the FPS you want though. The major issues only pop up when SLI in enabled.
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post #1120 of 22332
not achieving high or stable fps is cpu and gpu holding you back. .................................rolleyes.gif btw dude, I ran a 670 on bf4, and a 680, and a 780 and a 780 ti, and a 660ti sli setup, I'm pretty sure I know where bottlenecks begin, 680 still is gpu bound, 780 you start seeing cpu holding you back and anything higher is cpu
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