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Do i get more FPS by change 4770k to 4960x?

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January 5, 2014 6:53:39 AM

My english is bad just so you know.

So do i really gain more FPS by change CPU from 4770k to 4960x?

I plan to change my CPU and motherborad to 4960X and Asus Rampage IV Black Edition.
and 32gb more ram, so i can use most of the ram to storage my main games.
My friend told me that if i want to get real 144hz experience on screen then i should have 144+fps all the time. Thats why i want to change CPU. But if that is a lie then i still want to change to 2011 CPU for more ram, any recommend for CPU?

I use to have friend live with me that help me with PC, but now he move out and im alone and dont know much about PC, so i kinda stock.

This is what i have right now.

Borad: MSI MSI Z87 XPOWER
CPU: 4770k
GPU: 3xgtx 780ti EVGA SO and another one outside PC doing nothing.
Screen: 3x Asus 24" LED VG248QE Nvidia G-Sync
RAM: 4x8gb ram kingston
Power: Corsair 1000W
Storage: 4xSSD120gb raid0, 4x2tb seagate raid0, and 4tb USB3 backup thing.
Window 7 ultre

Thank if anyone could help me:) 



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January 5, 2014 6:59:12 AM

i dont think so... your friend is a bit "off" imho ^^
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January 5, 2014 6:59:46 AM

No not really since the benefit of the 4960X is not in gaming which can not utilize the extra thread capability if a 6 core Intel. You already have 32GB ram which is about 4 times what is recommended for gaming!
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January 5, 2014 6:59:47 AM

LMAO do you even need more fps and no > waste of money
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January 5, 2014 7:03:40 AM

Then i gonna just change to cheap 2011 CPU then, Thank:) 
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January 5, 2014 7:04:30 AM

Yeah your system looks pretty awesome as is, I wouldn't change a thing.
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January 5, 2014 7:11:42 AM

prf007 said:
Yeah your system looks pretty awesome as is, I wouldn't change a thing.


I want more ram so i have to at least change to 2011 one. I really love to storage my main game on ram for faster loading.
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January 5, 2014 7:26:18 AM

SomchaiGaming said:
prf007 said:
Yeah your system looks pretty awesome as is, I wouldn't change a thing.


I want more ram so i have to at least change to 2011 one. I really love to storage my main game on ram for faster loading.


Well if money isn't a problem, go for it.
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January 5, 2014 7:28:28 AM

Well when using a 3 780ti the only bottleneck you can get is the cpu or a limitation in SLI data transfer - will happen only with PCI-e 2.0.

As for the 144 fps experience you'll need a 144hz monitor as well (I haven't checked if yours support it)

In any case you will have a difference.. Take a look:
http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/115/Intel_Core_i7_Extr...

In SLI:
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1824247/4770k-49...

As for Gaming benchmarks:
* http://www.overclock.net/t/1429820/bottlenecks-that-don...
* http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=1108...


The conclusion is that there won't be a noticeable difference in gaming fps between the cpu's, you can also watch better explained videos on YouTube if needed.

Enjoy!
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January 5, 2014 7:36:02 AM

If you're not playing that rig on a 2K monitor or better its just a waste of money.
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January 5, 2014 7:45:04 AM

charmer said:
Well when using a 3 780ti the only bottleneck you can get is the cpu or a limitation in SLI data transfer - will happen only with PCI-e 2.0.

As for the 144 fps experience you'll need a 144hz monitor as well (I haven't checked if yours support it)

In any case you will have a difference.. Take a look:
http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/115/Intel_Core_i7_Extr...

In SLI:
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1824247/4770k-49...

As for Gaming benchmarks:
* http://www.overclock.net/t/1429820/bottlenecks-that-don...
* http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=1108...


The conclusion is that there won't be a noticeable difference in gaming fps between the cpu's, you can also watch better explained videos on YouTube if needed.

Enjoy!


Thank you.

My monitor do support 144hz, as peoples that i order from said anyway.

Then I decided what i gonna upgrade.
Motherb: Asrock extreme 11 Because it see that i can use 1-4 card in sli with PCIe 3 may get more FPS no idea.
CPU: 4930X save som cash for cake for new upgrade.
Ram: 32gb more ram like i wanted to.

and thank everyone:) 


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January 5, 2014 7:47:27 AM

Shocking777 said:
If you're not playing that rig on a 2K monitor or better its just a waste of money.


Well i use to play on 2560x1440, but right now i want G-Sync and only found the one with G-Sync is 1080
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January 14, 2014 4:03:00 AM

SomchaiGaming said:
prf007 said:
Yeah your system looks pretty awesome as is, I wouldn't change a thing.


I want more ram so i have to at least change to 2011 one. I really love to storage my main game on ram for faster loading.


I cant believe no one has touched on this yet. That isn't the way it works. Assuming you already have 32gb of memory which is more than enough. WAY MORE. You wont see ANY increase at all from going 32gb >> 64gb. I gauruntee this with my life.

I mean, if you have more money than you know what to throw it at and you want to upgrade a pc that is full of parts that just came out this year to parts that just came out .. this year :p  by all means lol. Just don't expect to see any difference.

FWIW you will gain like 25-35% on your 3dmark score based on the extra cores alone (which is ridiculous on futuremarks part as it becomes a "systemmark" and not a 3dmark considering its wholly unrepresentative of the difference in a 3d environment from 1 chip vs the other) Just my 2c.
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January 14, 2014 5:19:55 AM

Klepp, if the mobo he is using supports Ramdisk (not sure this does, but there you go). But IF it did, he could load the games into ram on boot and then have neigh on instant load times.

Something I have always wanted to play with. :) 
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January 14, 2014 6:54:18 AM

klepp0906 said:
SomchaiGaming said:
prf007 said:
Yeah your system looks pretty awesome as is, I wouldn't change a thing.


I want more ram so i have to at least change to 2011 one. I really love to storage my main game on ram for faster loading.


I cant believe no one has touched on this yet. That isn't the way it works. Assuming you already have 32gb of memory which is more than enough. WAY MORE. You wont see ANY increase at all from going 32gb >> 64gb. I gauruntee this with my life.

I mean, if you have more money than you know what to throw it at and you want to upgrade a pc that is full of parts that just came out this year to parts that just came out .. this year :p  by all means lol. Just don't expect to see any difference.

FWIW you will gain like 25-35% on your 3dmark score based on the extra cores alone (which is ridiculous on futuremarks part as it becomes a "systemmark" and not a 3dmark considering its wholly unrepresentative of the difference in a 3d environment from 1 chip vs the other) Just my 2c.


Well like i said, i use most of the ram for ramdisk, right now i use 52gb ram for my 2 games ( ESO and BF4 ) and thats about 50gb together. The loading feel like 5 time faster then my 4xSSD in raid0.

I also change motherborad, because when i use MSI xpower motherboard 1 GPU run at 100% but another 3 GPU only run about 50-70%.
So after i change from MSI Z78 xpower to asrock extreme11 all GPU now run at 100%+, and i gained about 30% more FPS.
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