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It doesn't unless you are speaking about i3.
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A chart like that doesn't actually tell the whole tale. Firstly it's not stated how those benches were done, so that may just be the in-game benchmark that was used. Secondly most reports of hitching are happening while driving in the country side.

See this thread for example http://www.overclock.net/t/1554559/gta-v-resource-monitoring/0_30#post_23885915 multiple i5 users suffering from hitching and their CPUs hitting 99% when it happens. Meanwhile I have never had that issue on an i7. There are many other threads out there with this issue as well.

Average FPS is going to come down to the GPU first and foremost unless there is a large gap between the CPUs. The minimums tell a better story and they don't usually translate to more than a frame or two difference but those couple of frames that dropped really hard may be very noticeable to a gamer.
 
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A chart like that doesn't actually tell the whole tale. Firstly it's not stated how those benches were done, so that may just be the in-game benchmark that was used. Secondly most reports of hitching are happening while driving in the country side.

See this thread for example http://www.overclock.net/t/1554559/gta-v-resource-monitoring/0_30#post_23885915 multiple i5 users suffering from hitching and their CPUs hitting 99% when it happens. Meanwhile I have never had that issue on an i7. There are many other threads out there with this issue as well.

I am experiencing hitching yet I am running an i7 4930K. HT does not work properly in GTA V or does not work at all.
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I am experiencing hitching yet I am running an i7 4930K. HT does not work properly in GTA V or does not work at all.

Works just fine for me. My frames do not hitch at all and I only ever see below the high 50s/low 60s in the country side where it isn't hitching but a constantly lower FPS due to all the grass (GPU limited). My CPU does not ever go over the low 90s on any thread.
 
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A chart like that doesn't actually tell the whole tale. Firstly it's not stated how those benches were done, so that may just be the in-game benchmark that was used. Secondly most reports of hitching are happening while driving in the country side.

See this thread for example http://www.overclock.net/t/1554559/gta-v-resource-monitoring/0_30#post_23885915 multiple i5 users suffering from hitching and their CPUs hitting 99% when it happens. Meanwhile I have never had that issue on an i7. There are many other threads out there with this issue as well.

Average FPS is going to come down to the GPU first and foremost unless there is a large gap between the CPUs. The minimums tell a better story and they don't usually translate to more than a frame or two difference but those couple of frames that dropped really hard may be very noticeable to a gamer.

I had hitching on old drivers, but new beta AMD drivers fixed it. Now it's smooth. So I don't think the CPU is doing that.
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Works just fine for me. My frames do not hitch at all and I only ever see below the high 50s/low 60s in the country side where it isn't hitching but a constantly lower FPS due to all the grass (GPU limited). My CPU does not ever go over the low 90s on any thread.

You are running nvidia gpu people complaining have R290/290X in their signatures - that isn't cpu problem - it's just famous amd dx11 drivers and their cpu overhead.
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You are running nvidia gpu people complaining have R290/290X in their signatures - that isn't cpu problem - it's just famous amd dx11 drivers and their cpu overhead.

Except the game runs buttery smooth for me on my i7 4790k and 290x. Don't just state things that clearly have no backing to them on this game. If your system is 'hitching' either your are near 100% on the cpu or at it, low on memory and hitting the page file, constantly refreshing vram in game, etc. Or (what many people will often refuse to admit) an unstable overclock
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You are running nvidia gpu people complaining have R290/290X in their signatures - that isn't cpu problem - it's just famous amd dx11 drivers and their cpu overhead.

I guess the "crappy"drivers are the reason I'm constantly on 50+ fps on GTA V then. Try again, tryhard.

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Hmmm if true, I will just be getting a Devils Canyon. Dont know how much of an IPC gain there will be with Broadwell anyways.
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Hmmm if true, I will just be getting a Devils Canyon. Dont know how much of an IPC gain there will be with Broadwell anyways.

Tbh 4790K is best plug and play gaming chip anyway, sure you could buy a 5820K and overclock it for extra performance but for ease of use @ stock / less power use and cheap setup Z97 + 4790K makes sense. There's going to be a Skylake refresh next year, we could see something like a 6770K / 6790K. That would be a good time to move to Skylake imho, DDR4 memory prices will be even cheaper by then as well.
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something like a 6770K / 6790K.

You mean the i7 6700K and i5 6600K wink.gif
 
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