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Of course, but that's not the point. This thread isn't about those reviews. It's about GameGPU's test for optimal GPU and CPU solutions for 2015 gaming... without having a single CPU released in 2015 actually in their testing. They don't even have a hexacore Haswell-E to see how it holds up, and they've never had Ivy Bridge either. The lack of Devil's Canyon may be forgivable given it's still a quad-core Haswell, but since they seem intent on stock testing as well, it would make sense as well. Heck, it would make sense to have something in that lineup newer than 2013 with the sole exception of a $1000 octocore 5960X. No Ivy Bridge, no Broadwell, no Skylake (the only actual 2015 release), no Devil's Canyon, no overclocking... that CPU list is a bit difficult to take seriously as a revelation for optimal configs.

CPUs are not as important really. Its all about the GPUs. GTX960 matching GTX780......
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Of course, but that's not the point. This thread isn't about those reviews. It's about GameGPU's test for optimal GPU and CPU solutions for 2015 gaming... without having a single CPU released in 2015 actually in their testing. They don't even have a hexacore Haswell-E to see how it holds up, and they've never had Ivy Bridge either. The lack of Devil's Canyon may be forgivable given it's still a quad-core Haswell, but since they seem intent on stock testing as well, it would make sense as well. Heck, it would make sense to have something in that lineup newer than 2013 with the sole exception of a $1000 octocore 5960X. No Ivy Bridge, no Broadwell, no Skylake (the only actual 2015 release), no Devil's Canyon, no overclocking... that CPU list is a bit difficult to take seriously.

Do you know how much it takes to run your own benchmarking reviewing site? You do realize that most of these websites function on ad revenue. Not to mention, this website conducts its business outside of North America. Getting sponsored components is not an easy task, I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of the GPUs and CPUs used for these tests came out of their own pockets.
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CPUs are not as important really. Its all about the GPUs. GTX960 matching GTX780......

I only see that occurring in the 4K tests, and the only reason why that is happening is because it is a VRAM bottleneck for the 780.
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2) GameGPU.ru always has the 5960x at 3.0 as the fastest running CPU in every game benchmark they do, even for games that really only use about four cores and a higher clocked 4770K or even 4670K should be faster.
GameGPU CPU tests are joke. It's like they just put numbers on papers but don't do real testing, their results make no sense and don't be taken seriously.
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CPUs are not as important really. Its all about the GPUs. GTX960 matching GTX780......
That is actually true. Remember when the 290 used to duke it out with the 780? The same 290 is now considerably faster unless gimpworks is involved.
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No R9 390? or R 390x? No FX 8370 or 8370E?
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No R9 390? or R 390x? No FX 8370 or 8370E?

Because the 8370 and 8370E are not optimal?

Edit: no AMD CPU is currently optimal actually
Edited by Malinkadink - 1/23/16 at 10:18pm
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Do you know how much it takes to run your own benchmarking reviewing site? You do realize that most of these websites function on ad revenue. Not to mention, this website conducts its business outside of North America. Getting sponsored components is not an easy task, I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of the GPUs and CPUs used for these tests came out of their own pockets.
I am aware, but as far as judging relative CPU performance, it doesn't matter. I'm not judging their ability or any personal aspects, but 2015 results with almost entirely 2013 or older only CPUs isn't the most informative regardless of reason. Simply put, it's self-evident that missing a tick-tock cycle and the most popular enthusiast CPUs of 2015 doesn't make for a comprehensive result.
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Yes, and it's not just Project Cars.. TPU's updated summary's are probably the most thorough and accurate, using latest drivers etc..

But at the end of the day, even though it sucks that certain games run like garbage on AMD, whether it's Gameworks, AMD's drivers, or the devs themselves, the games run fine on Nvidia hardware. So imo the tests are valid, although not entirely telling of the whole truth.
That's it,although from my perspective a test including ALL games not excluding the ones that don't like AMD is the whole truth,not the other way round like you say. An average gaming Joe or not an average one (like me) takes what runs best in all games, if 10 out of 10 games run well on 980 and 8 out of ten run well 390X then you can't say 390X=980,that wouldn't be the whole truth. BTW there's no R9 3xx in this so we can't really tell.
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♫♫ N... Nobody knows what optimal means... ♫♫
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That's it,although from my perspective a test including ALL games not excluding the ones that don't like AMD is the whole truth,not the other way round like you say. An average gaming Joe or not an average one (like me) takes what runs best in all games, if 10 out of 10 games run well on 980 and 8 out of ten run well 390X then you can't say 390X=980,that wouldn't be the whole truth. BTW there's no R9 3xx in this so we can't really tell.

I pretty much agree with you. But titles like Projects Cars impact the 290x/390x averages, that's all i meant. Besides a couple edge cases, a 390x does essentially equal a 980.

Titles like Project Cars are a disgrace, I'd say the same if Nvidia were the ones with these results, i mean look at this, it's absurd..
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As for the 290x vs 390x, there's around a 6-10% difference.
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In this example there is a pretty big difference between the 290x and 390x, i still haven't seen anyone get to the bottom of the performance disparity in Blops 3.
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