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Originally Posted by linkin93 View Post
TBH they probably overclocked using the multiplier, not raising the NB clock which yields the most performance...

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If I was a betting man, I'd say Mythical works for that website, and Ch33tah is the author of this article ... and I'd also bet he knows WTH you guys are talking about when you talk about raising the NB clock

BTW, Ch33tah ... very nice article, you always do great, useful work.

I do agree w/others though that an i7 comp on each graph would have been sweet, just to see.

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This has all been a very interesting read, but I wish there was such a huge comparison like this with Surround resolutions ~5760x1200 or so. Perhaps I just have to dig deeper.
It's not real difficult to extrapolate from these results:: if there's little or no CPU BN'ing at 2560x1600, there also wouldn't be at higher resolutions ... at least not w/this (or similar) gear, on these games.
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fixed
uh no.

Reading comprehension is defined as the level of understanding of a writing.

why fix something that isn't broken lol.

and yes, story=gpu bottleneck=Thubans are all you need, save the $.
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