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Battlefield..?

You are not going to get steady frames on an i5. You need power to handle the physics and 3d sound, etc.

Battlefield One seems to be running fine on stock i5 2500s... http://gamegpu.com/images/stories/Test_GPU/Action/Battlefield_1_Alpha/bf1_proz.png
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If it is at stock (4.2 GHz) then it is very impressive, even if it isn't usually that much faster than the 6700K. I suspect it is at its max overclock but would love to see one at 5GHz if it is not. smile.gif

At 4.8 GHz, 4.5 GHz uncore, 3200-15-17-17-35-1T I get: 6119 single, 19985 multi.
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That wasn't the question...Is there any game that a 4.4ghz i5 3570k cannot run at playable frame rates (60fps) ?
Dwarven fortress? HOI3 fully moded? Bethesda games fully moded? PS3 emulation. Shady ports from current consoles.
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Dwarven fortress? HOI3 fully moded? Bethesda games fully moded? PS3 emulation. Shady ports from current consoles.
So all garbage? tongue.gif
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Regarding FPS in games with older vs newer CPUs, I think the issue isn't only about getting playable FPS - it's a lot about keeping minimum FPS high as well. If I'm not wrong, higher IPC and higher clocks help in keeping the minimum FPS high and minimize frame drops compared to lower IPC and clocks. So newer CPUs would keep games at 60FPS for a longer period of time than older ones would. This is the very reason I'm itching to upgrade my 3770K, despite my CPU probably never being a hindrance to performance in games.
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Regarding FPS in games with older vs newer CPUs, I think the issue isn't only about getting playable FPS - it's a lot about keeping minimum FPS high as well. If I'm not wrong, higher IPC and higher clocks help in keeping the minimum FPS high and minimize frame drops compared to lower IPC and clocks. So newer CPUs would keep games at 60FPS for a longer period of time than older ones would. This is the very reason I'm itching to upgrade my 3770K, despite my CPU probably never being a hindrance to performance in games.
This is a great point. 1% stutter frame times can ruin a 99% smooth experience depending on the context.
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This is a great point. 1% stutter frame times can ruin a 99% smooth experience depending on the context.
The mins were fine in Battlefield One. I dunno how other games though. My video card has always kept me back over my CPU.
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The mins were fine in Battlefield One. I dunno how other games though. My video card has always kept me back over my CPU.
With a 7870, yes, your performance is definitely being held back by the GPU. But going by the performance of more modern cards, anyone with GPU performance levels of a 480/1060 will probably benefit in terms of minimum FPS at 1080p by upgrading from a 3570K to a more modern CPU.

For example, if I'm almost always averaging an FPS equivalent to the maximum refresh rate of my screen, not pushing 100% usage on my GPUs and yet see drops in FPS to anything lower than 60, I'd most likely assume it to be a lack of performance on the CPU side, regardless of whether I'm pushing my CPU to a 100% usage.
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I have an i5 haswell clocked at 3.0ghz paired with a GTX 1080. Non k edition, so no overclocking. A sandybridge processors clocked at 4.0ghz is at least a fast as my processor is, and I have never noticed frame latency issues playing any of the newer titles.

The CPU matters, sure, but a sandy bridge or even ivy bridge processor with good clock speed is still just fine.
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