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Why they didnt use 2600k or 3770k and 7970GE instead of 7970......
 

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Why they didnt use 2600k or 3770k and 7970GE instead of 7970......
Curious about the same thing myself.
 

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Why they didnt use 2600k or 3770k and 7970GE instead of 7970......
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Curious about the same thing myself.
Because they have no idea what they're doing. That's the most apparent part.
 

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Why put a deneb in there and not a thuban? It's hard to find benchmarking sites that use thubans in their benchmarks nowadays. I'm curious how a thuban would have performed against the i3.
 

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Interesting how they choose to test a Core i5-3350P over a Core i5-3570K.
 

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Why put a deneb in there and not a thuban? It's hard to find benchmarking sites that use thubans in their benchmarks nowadays. I'm curious how a thuban would have performed against the i3.
With my rig, CPU to 4GHz, average of 50 fps more or less, min of 35 fps.

But in very high SMAA2x
 

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no 2560x1440/1600? disappointing

And the way they test the lower level GFX cards at lower quality levels....this is a terrible benchmark. Useless.
 

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Toms has always been called out to be biased for Intel. Here, it's clear they simply follow the buck.
 

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3350p may be a good representative of a stock 3570k if they turbo similarly. Other than that it is just one of those tom's reviews. From poor to meh.
 
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