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[CPU] Crysis 3 in the CPU test (includes Ivy Bridge)

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/Tests/Crysis-3-Test-CPU-Benchmark-1056578/

[GPU] Crysis 3 benchmark test (Medium to Very High settings)

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis-3-PC-235317/Tests/Crysis-3-Benchmark-Test-Grafikkarten-1056218/

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AMD finally getting utilized properly! Good for them!



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Good to see that AMD on top of the CPU charts (ignoring the $$$$ 6-core intels).

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Gotta love seeing those FX CPUs put to work! thumb.gif
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Why aren't there any 3570K and 3770K's in those charts?

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Why aren't there any 3570K and 3770K's in those charts?

Probably because they're only a hair faster than a 2500k or 2600k.

On-topic: AMD CPU scaling is a definite win here! It's good to see the FX CPU's finally being put to work. thumb.gif



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Probably because they're only a hair faster than a 2500k or 2600k.

On-topic: AMD CPU scaling is a definite win here! It's good to see the FX CPU's finally being put to work. thumb.gif

It's still peculiar for them to completely leave Ivy Bridge out. Because seeing as that, the FX CPUs are also "just a hair" faster than Sandy Bridge. Why not leave that out too?

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That thing is just demolishing the graphics cards. Even a 690 only averaging 65 frames... I was anticipating such a monster of a card to average at least 75-80. Crysis 3 should look pretty freaking amazing.

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