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Originally Posted by jmm5351 View Post
My average fps are over 55 with my 1090t with all settings on extreme in the game dude.... fail
Fail ?

Your CPU is overclocked to 4.3GHz, and your GPU is HD6970 (the one used by Toms is GTX 480)
post #172 of 201
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Then explain to me, why Sandy-bridge rape any AMD processor when you play a CPU-bond game like Starcraft 2 or F1 2010



There are games that have an intel preference, so what? Besides, I dislike games like StarCraft 2 anyways lol

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Christ you're not paying attention. I don't give a damn about my 1050t, its just a lump I use to power my 9TB array.

You can't just OC to get your system to get out of a bottleneck.

This is why you can see measured proof in cpu limited situations that SB can push that limit higher. Look in the Metrobench thread in the bench forums. See how the SB 6950cfx gaps all the other 6950cfx systems.
Where have I said that OC make your bottleneck dissappear? It can minimize it as you probably know.
I thought you meant X6 systems... Anyways, it depends on the situation, x6 also won't bottleneck so much if you clock it a little bit higher. And come on, who's buying R6950 Tri-Fire? LOL
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post #173 of 201
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That was it,you just asked for bench results? Shame how it started a whole argument.
You'd get about 30-38FPS with it stock too. Tom's hardware is really Intel biased. You just can't show one result source and expect everyone to believe it.
He didn't just ask. He was trolling from the start.
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post #174 of 201
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You'd get about 30-38FPS with it stock too. Tom's hardware is really Intel biased. You just can't show one result source and expect everyone to believe it.
The other reviews shows that sandy-bridge performs much better in starcraft 2

Did you check them ? Or are you just saying the Toms is intel biased because you don't like the results. I think you are being very subjective here


This is taken from techreport review


Now, are you going to say that techreport is Intel biased ?
Edited by ThePath - 3/21/11 at 12:23am
post #175 of 201
techspot
http://www.techspot.com/review/305-s...ce/page13.html

don't worry, you'll say they are "intel biased," too, since they don't agree with "AMD being the best."

Or you'll atack me for not suppporting you. Whatever.
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Hello, I will be building a new gaming rig in the next month and was just wondering which one of these CPU's you would recommend and why?

Core i5 2500k vs. AMD 1090T vs. Core i5 760
The 2500k is more powerful and it will scale better with the gpu which means higher FPS for gaming. It is almost crazy with the prices the way they are not to get the 2500k.

Unfortunatly, AMD presently has nothing to compete with the power of the 2500k/2600k.
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This thread amazes me.

Bravo, OCN.
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post #178 of 201
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Christ you're not paying attention. I don't give a damn about my 1050t, its just a lump I use to power my 9TB array.

You can't just OC to get your system to get out of a bottleneck.

This is why you can see measured proof in cpu limited situations that SB can push that limit higher. Look in the Metrobench thread in the bench forums. See how the SB 6950cfx gaps all the other 6950cfx systems.
If you're just using the X6 as a file server,then why is there a HD 6950 in it?
Bottleneck,what? Like most benchmarks matter,they're optimized for Intel code anyway,and it's using HT.
You won't notice much (if any) difference in a actual game if you have a GPU that is up to the task.
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if you really want to get into the nitty gritty

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...d-1090t-2.html

post #18 and read on
I'm going to repost your quote if you don't mind.
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My panties aren't bunched up you are putting words in my mouth now. I never said that Intel or sandy bridge motherboards were way more expensive, I said they are more expensive which is a fact and anyone who builds pc's knows this. And ACTUALLY, if you look at high end offerings as in the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Motherboard ($214) compared to an ASUS Rampage III Extreme ($379) there is a huge difference in price for what?! Both motherboards are essentially the same thing and the specification of both are practically identical. There should not be that large of a price difference. It could mean if your building an AMD system and you are on a budget you could get a second GPU and or nice Corsair liquid unit, or what ever you want. Secondly, I already saw that source from Anandtech. Again read my post, I said proof from more than 1 source. Again you referred me to the same link that was already posted in this thread. That does not mean much if there are not other sources out there to compare to.

And again, since no one on this thread mentioned it once which I am very surprised - Intel Core i5-2500k is a brand new CPU. 1090T came out in April of 2010, a year old technology. And might I say further more, a technology that was even around before that for years since Thuban was just an architectural upgrade of an Istanbul Opteron Processor and not an entirely whole new architecture. The 1090T holds its ground well considering its an old chip and its history. And I would still like to see other sources claiming that the 2500k blows the 1090T/1100T out of the water except for that only one source everyone keeps posting here on this thread.
People didn't read all that then,and just proceeded to flame you. I see no claims that a 1090T is better,you're just giving the facts.
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post #179 of 201
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They do not. When you start jumping into multicard setups with multi monitors, you will cry for a big powerful chip to power it all.
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Not really... And if you do want more power, just overclock the CPU, it's a matter of a few minutes...

jmm5331, were you sercastic about my post? I cannot really tell if it was honest or no ^^


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Where have I said that OC make your bottleneck dissappear? It can minimize it as you probably know.
I thought you meant X6 systems... Anyways, it depends on the situation, x6 also won't bottleneck so much if you clock it a little bit higher. And come on, who's buying R6950 Tri-Fire? LOL
Christ you're just a keyboard jockey you don't have these kinds of setup nor know about them but you try to tell people who have experience that they don't know.

I own a few systems, one of which is a i7 920 with 3 monitors and 3 6950s, unlocked and watercooled. Who would buy such a thing...??
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He didn't just ask. He was trolling from the start.
That's your opinion.
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There are games that have an intel preference, so what? Besides, I dislike games like StarCraft 2 anyways lol



Where have I said that OC make your bottleneck dissappear? It can minimize it as you probably know.
I thought you meant X6 systems... Anyways, it depends on the situation, x6 also won't bottleneck so much if you clock it a little bit higher. And come on, who's buying R6950 Tri-Fire? LOL
^This. Only the most hardcore of gamers or photo/video editors would need a tri-fire setup.
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