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I plan on benching some vantage on the 980x on wednesday, I'll have to remember to turn off some HT & cores to see what it'll do while I'm at it.
As far as 1366 against 1155 strictly in gaming, I'm already pretty sure 1155 has that wrapped up at this time. 1366 pretty much has to be frozen to keep up, not exactly 24/7 cooling...
    
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I plan on benching some vantage on the 980x on wednesday, I'll have to remember to turn off some HT & cores to see what it'll do while I'm at it.
As far as 1366 against 1155 strictly in gaming, I'm already pretty sure 1155 has that wrapped up at this time. 1366 pretty much has to be frozen to keep up, not exactly 24/7 cooling...
Man I wish I knew a guy like someone on here before who got a 980X and Rampage III and 24GB of RAM for 600 bux.. I would be ALL on it. Gulftown is still too stupid expensive though. I wonder if those prices are EVER going to come down any time soon.

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every day i see a thread like this, useless debates, be happy with what you have
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every day i see a thread like this, useless debates, be happy with what you have
No doubt. I am super happy with my system.

It's like I don't know how I could have a computer that brings everything up even MORE instantly..

-bigadv frame times are another matter though. I am still thinking if I should say anything to Desert Rat.. He just got a 2600K system and was going to become a serious threat, now it's like our fued is dead.


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The past couple of weeks we've seen a major divide amongst our fellow Intel brethren. Instead of Intel vs Amd it has turned into internal fighting, and the cost has been information. Most the debates revolve around opinion, and I believe it's time to change all that, by producing a thread filled with facts.

To do this we need to put some rules in place, one of the major ones is max cores/threads allowed needs to be set in stone at 4. The reason for this is because games today generally do not support more than 4 cores/threads, and many of them support only 2-3. To balance the equation, and bring facts in a world where benchmarks use all available cores and threads we must limit them ourselves to find the truth.

With that in mind, I will provide a cpu score from 3D Mark Vantage, other requests can be made, and I welcome users of 1366 chips of all walks of life to provide their results, but please remember to disable HT and limit yourself to 4 cores and 4 threads only.



As we can see a i5-2500k running 5GHz with 4 cores and 4 threads gets a score of just over 25000 (no - that isn't something I planned).

However 1 test isn't going to be enough, so please suggest other cpu related gaming tests we can all do as a community to shed some light on the subject of Intel and it's current gaming capabilities.

Here is an example of what I was able to achieve with 4 cores, and 4 threads on my AMD 965:

Here is 4.5ghz from my i7... what do you get @ 4.5ghz??

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2500k @ 4.5

Attachment 193244



Kind of a misleading title, I came in here looking for gaming results.

fwiw the Crysis cpu benchmark.

Code:
1/31/2011 7:04:57 PM - Vista 64
Beginning Run #1 on Map-island, Demo-benchmark_cpu
DX10 1920x1080, AA=No AA, Vsync=Disabled, 32 bit test, FullScreen
Demo Loops=3, Time Of Day= 9
Global Game Quality: VeryHigh
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TimeDemo Play Started , (Total Frames: 1500, Recorded Time: 44.62s)
!TimeDemo Run 0 Finished.
    Play Time: 20.99s, Average FPS: 71.45
    Min FPS: 62.80 at frame 1095, Max FPS: 95.78 at frame 156
    Average Tri/Sec: -77280936, Tri/Frame: -1081584
    Recorded/Played Tris ratio: -0.67
!TimeDemo Run 1 Finished.
    Play Time: 18.10s, Average FPS: 82.89
    Min FPS: 62.80 at frame 1095, Max FPS: 104.53 at frame 106
    Average Tri/Sec: -89119080, Tri/Frame: -1075191
    Recorded/Played Tris ratio: -0.67
!TimeDemo Run 2 Finished.
    Play Time: 18.18s, Average FPS: 82.53
    Min FPS: 59.31 at frame 1122, Max FPS: 104.53 at frame 106
    Average Tri/Sec: -88289608, Tri/Frame: -1069783
    Recorded/Played Tris ratio: -0.67
TimeDemo Play Ended, (3 Runs Performed)
==============================================================

Completed All Tests

<><><><><><><><><><><><><>>--SUMMARY--<<><><><><><><><><><><><><>

1/31/2011 7:04:57 PM - Vista 64

Run #1- DX10 1920x1080 AA=No AA, 32 bit test, Quality: VeryHigh ~~ Overall Average FPS: 82.71


Edited by grunion - 1/31/11 at 4:11pm
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Well... my 2 cents is that... for gaming, the 1155 wins hands down... the architecture can get more fps into your screen ... 1366 is a quick system too ... but... it's an "heavy system" in terms of requirements and... the 1155 is a refreshed architecture.

So, from what i see... you will have gains in all games at all resolutions... just a couple of titles don't work that way, don't know why ... and the 1366 has some higher scores.

1366 users get seriously frustrated ... including myself. Spending a ton of money in cpu's, motherboards and memory ... and then ... this ... mainstream thinggy just shows up and wipes 1366 "asses" ehehehhe

But... you know what... i'm buying another 1366 cpu ... lol because i'm a dumb man ...

BUT FOR A FREAKING MOMENT IN MY LIFE, I WANT TO EXPERIENCE A GOLDEN BATCH! Even if it's from an architecture that is in end of life ... ahahah

Just my 2 cents
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Kind of a misleading title, I came in here looking for gaming results.
I didn't think there was any point in trying to compare gpu dependent results, we all have different hardware at different clocks on different drivers.



Also: grunion are both your gpus at a constant 100% load through your crysis runs?
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Well... my 2 cents is that... for gaming, the 1155 wins hands down... the architecture can get more fps into your screen ... 1366 is a quick system too ... but... it's an "heavy system" in terms of requirements and... the 1155 is a refreshed architecture.

So, from what i see... you will have gains in all games at all resolutions... just a couple of titles don't work that way, don't know why ... and the 1366 has some higher scores.

1366 users get seriously frustrated ... including myself. Spending a ton of money in cpu's, motherboards and memory ... and then ... this ... mainstream thinggy just shows up and wipes 1366 "asses" ehehehhe

But... you know what... i'm buying another 1366 cpu ... lol because i'm a dumb man ...
Get one with a Black CPU-Z logo, Sandy Bridge owners get frustrated knowing they will never get that black 1366 e-peen.
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Get one with a Black CPU-Z logo, Sandy Bridge owners get frustrated knowing they will never get that black 1366 e-peen.
Does a Pentium 4 EE Count? I got one of those in a bin here. It has a black logo so it must be faster than my Sandybridge right?
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