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post #41 of 62
So a PII X6 can't even push GTX 570 SLI. Probably due to the weak per core performance.
Edited by Clairvoyant129 - 1/24/11 at 1:49pm
 
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post #42 of 62
I think this article is pretty good, it just shows that there's nothing wrong with AMD CPU's.
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post #43 of 62
Quote:
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So a PII X6 can't even push GTX 570 SLI. Probably due to the weak per core performance.
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Assuming that a benchmark is run at 2560 X 1600 and high image quality settings:

- A stock Phenom II X6 1100T is sufficient to run GTX 570 and GTX 570 SLI at full potential.

- Everything below Cryostasis in the above graph is heavily GPU dependent and a stock Phenom II X6 1100T is sufficient even in TRI SLI mode.
Did you skip the article?
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Did you skip the article?
He either means TRI SLI or he only looked at the RE5 bench. Before his edit he had it as 'a single GTX 570' so at least he's trying to be correct.
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post #45 of 62
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So a PII X6 can't even push GTX 570 SLI. Probably due to the weak per core performance.
So you can't even read an article. Probably due to weak brain performance.
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post #46 of 62
the conclusion seems to be that sandy bridge and bulldozer are unnecessary for gaming as even an 1100T will not bottleneck a tri sli set up at high resolution. so then you gotta wonder why 90% of us are jumping for no reason.
post #47 of 62
Week old bump lol.
But from reading the comments here I think people are not understanding the article.
First off I praise this guy for actually putting out a cpu benchmark that makes sense for once.
I am tired of seeing an i7 vs 1100t in crysis at 1024x768 and medium details. I don't think anyone who owns a $200+ cpu and 1-3 $350+ gpus is going to be gaming at settings that low.

This benchmark shows that with only one and usually two 570(s), the gpu is the bottleneck because regardless of how high they oc the cpu, the fps doesn't change.
With three 570s we see the cpu start to bottleneck because the more the cpu gets oc'd the higher the fps goes.
It's very logical if you think about it.

The only thing that would have been better would be a comparison to i7 like many have said. That would have shown more definitively that it was a gpu bottleneck because the fps would have been virtually the same between i7 and 1100t until a third 570 was introduced.
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post #48 of 62
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the conclusion seems to be that sandy bridge and bulldozer are unnecessary for gaming as even an 1100T will not bottleneck a tri sli set up at high resolution. so then you gotta wonder why 90% of us are jumping for no reason.
Which is why I plan on staying with my X4, possibly upgrading to a X6 later this year for games that might support a hexa
post #49 of 62
this is obviously biased and shouldn't be considered.
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I cringe at the level of reading comprehension displayed in the previous comments.
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