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They are probably talking about struggling to play on medium settings in the really grassy areas around the country side. I can do like 70-80 FPS on my setup at 4k (no AA as it's not needed and no post FX because I hate blurring) in most areas but fall pretty hard in those areas. Also there was a thread on here where a bunch of people with i5s were saying the game wasn't optimized well and it was hitching a lot while those with i7s weren't having the issue. Maybe GTA V alone isn't worth the justification of the i7s higher price, but for me it is.

Well one things for sure, HT surely helps in GTA, there's no doubt about that.
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I thought this price was a joke but I noticed in aother thread the specs state it has 128 MB of L4 cache.

The price is fine with that in mind.

If you want this type of CPU for $100 less get the version with hyperthreading disabled.
post #23 of 105
Seems a tough sell at that price unless you really enjoy building ITX systems because for that price you can buy a i7-4770K + a dedicated GPU that will slap the crap out of an IRIS PRO 6200 for less.
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Seems a tough sell at that price unless you really enjoy building ITX systems because for that price you can buy a i7-4770K + a dedicated GPU that will slap the crap out of an IRIS PRO 6200 for less.

Keep in mind the problem with iGPUs for users that frequent this forum is that we had to buy into performance that was wasted. With Directx 12 we're stepping into an era where any iGPU can provide their processing power with any dedicated GPU as long as the dev writes the code for it. It's going to be a rough transition but in 3 years we should start seeing a number of games were we won't feel bad about the previously wasteful silicon.
post #25 of 105
Seems like a place holder, that price is too much.
post #26 of 105
Man i can't understand those prices even with the 128 mb L4 cache and the iris pro igpu i'm affraid that this will be the price launch standard for the mainstream i7 like skylake frown.gif
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post #27 of 105
I am more bothered about their specifications than their prices. Low clocked frequencies and small amount of cores/threads, could not care less about integrated graphics. Guess I will be waiting for a 69xxK.
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Intel are a joke after 1st gen core-i CPU's... since they lost competition.
post #29 of 105
I love how reactionary everyone here is. Let's just wait it out, prices do crazy things all the time. If we 'enthusiast' think the price is crazy, what will regular consumers think? The market will correct the price.
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post #30 of 105
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Well one things for sure, HT surely helps in GTA, there's no doubt about that.

It doesn't unless you are speaking about i3.
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