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well all i can say is make the switch if it only costs 50$ and btw for the performance issue
bfbc2 can make use of all 8 threads available to it with i7 cpu's that i have noticed personally and i have also seen the game running on my freind's x4 955 be and all i can say is his game was stuttering and the performance was not upto the mark while i was getting a pretty smooth gameplay....btw we both had same graphic card...so all i can say is in gaming i5/i7's are much better than the phenoms as raw speed does not count but the instructions executed per clock cycle does......
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Originally Posted by CryWin View Post
Maybe i'm not looking at them graphs correctly, but it clearly shows that the X6 comes close on many of those tests. Yet you say "There's not one test the X6 even comes close to the 950.."

x264 Enode test, the X6 wins; do you honestly call winning "Not even close" ?
My bad. The X6 wins by .6 in one of the Encoding tests.
    
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