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06-21-2014 03:16 AM
AlexNJ What'd you use to make those sliders?
10-14-2013 10:25 AM
technogiant Yeah thanks for posting......Kind of highlights the need for a balanced system....no point in the majority of cases in ocing the crap out of your cpu if your running more mid range graphics.

What would be nice to see is how this would pan out if you were running one or two high end gpu's that were oc'ed to the limit.....just how many GHz on the cpu are required to feed say 2x heavily oc'ed 780's......interesting stuff
10-11-2013 04:12 AM
BlueNasser Nice read. Thank you.
10-10-2013 04:33 AM
psyside It would be amazing, if you repeat this tests but with your Titans thumb.gif
10-08-2013 02:49 AM
Interpolation Very well done Alatar. Thank you for sharing these results with us. thumb.gif
08-15-2013 06:25 PM
Fan o' water Nice work! Really shocked the cpu clock speed didn't matter too much. Wonder if that is because you have a 6 core cpu?

Thanks again!
04-29-2013 04:57 AM
ThriftyPo

Really should test some MMOs or games with high intense physics built into them. Planetside 2 really benefits from clock to clock performance on the CPU, also starcraft and WOW might be a good choice too. overall good results, kinda makes me satisfied with my 4.9ghz on my 2500k right now, seeing the difference between 5ghz and 4.9ghz isn't too significant... biggrin.gif

04-08-2013 02:08 AM
Gizzernl Nice test. Really good to see and some interesting results. The gain over 5GHZ seems non existent or not even a gain but a disadvantage. I hope I can get my 3820 at about 5,2 just for the epeen hahaha and then get it down to 4,9 for 24/7 or max memory bandwith depending on the ram capabilities.
03-12-2013 12:37 PM
malmental
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any changes because of driver updates.?

Lol I have no idea why you would bump this tongue.gif

The 670 is my brother's GPU, I might test it again some of these days. Maybe even do a 3930K vs. 8320 comparison with that and my titan.
that's what I'm talking about....
I'm gathering all the info I can because the upgrade bug has me once again..
03-12-2013 11:53 AM
Alatar
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any changes because of driver updates.?

Lol I have no idea why you would bump this tongue.gif

The 670 is my brother's GPU, I might test it again some of these days. Maybe even do a 3930K vs. 8320 comparison with that and my titan.
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