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someone here ^^ has a 2600k at 4.2Ghz. lawl. His fps is just about right
whats so funny?

Hows that 4 year old q6600 @3.6ghz ....lol
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post #12 of 21
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whats so funny?

Hows that 4 year old q6600 @3.6ghz ....lol
hehehehehe. It's amazing. I ken run cwysis on hai.

No but seriously, you can't compare at 4.2GHz i7 2600k to a Q6600 even if he's running 4.0GHz on air.

Just sayin'
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post #13 of 21
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hehehehehe. It's amazing. I ken run cwysis on hai.

No but seriously, you can't compare at 4.2GHz i7 2600k to a Q6600 even if he's running 4.0GHz on air.

Just sayin'
and what hes sayin' is correct.
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and what hes sayin' is correct.
Thats correct, however, a 4Ghz Q6600 chip should be plenty for crysis at these settings.

Is crysis more cpu heavy, or gpu?
post #15 of 21
My first Crysis benchmark... @ 970/1400 1.3v


Edited by DaRookie - 1/26/11 at 12:41am
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Crysis is more GPU dependent than anything.
You can have a awesome fast CPU but you won't get far unless you have a very good GPU.
Minimum?
8800GTX or GTX460 for it to be actually playable.
post #17 of 21
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Howzat?? Stock 6950 settings, but with the unlocked shaders btw I changed the settings a little, but ill do the full 6970 settings on the same crysis settings

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And this is why I will avoid the possibility of card damage and just stick to stock 6950 speeds with the unlocked sharder. Not worth the risk for the slight performance gain imo.

Although I do believe the risk factor comes from the memory speed difference between the two cards, so I believe stock memory speed but unlocked shaders and 6970 gpu speed should be fine

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post #19 of 21
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And this is why I will avoid the possibility of card damage and just stick to stock 6950 speeds with the unlocked sharder. Not worth the risk for the slight performance gain imo.

Although I do believe the risk factor comes from the memory speed difference between the two cards, so I believe stock memory speed but unlocked shaders and 6970 gpu speed should be fine

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yeah -- I don't OC my GPU memory. Only the core and shaders. There seems to be almost no gain with memory overclocked in benchies, ie 1-2 fps at most.

PS 39 FPS at 1080p DX10 Very high with 8xAA is great.

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Cheers dude. And yeah that is waht I was lookign to find out, as the riskiest part of the unlock is ramping up the memory, but as people are starting to realised the memory bump doesn't provide much of a performance gain, you can greatly reduce the risk
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