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2500k more fps than 3570k????

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September 23, 2012 1:37:22 PM


I have looked at quite a few benchmarks and almost all of them show the 2500k getting ~3-7 more fps than the 3570k at stock. What is up with that?

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September 23, 2012 1:48:18 PM

Which benchmarks are you looking at? Links?
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September 23, 2012 5:55:26 PM

The stock tests on the LinusTechTips link are within 3FPS, that's not really significant.

You have to take benchmarks with a grain of salt, not everything will turn out 100% exact. 3-4FPS is within a margin of error, and considering the 3570k and 2500k at stock are nearly identical, I'm not surprised he got the results he did.

If the FPS difference is around 10-20FPS, then I would be concerned.
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September 24, 2012 9:03:01 AM

What mocchan said. However, the German speaking one is way off. No way those are legitimate benchmarks. A 4.8 GHz 3570K only getting 95 FPS, the same as stock? Impossible.
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September 24, 2012 12:54:27 PM

phyco126 said:
What mocchan said. However, the German speaking one is way off. No way those are legitimate benchmarks. A 4.8 GHz 3570K only getting 95 FPS, the same as stock? Impossible.


DUUDE.. maybe its the Witcher 2 or some other GPU BOTTLENECK omg lol. Heh :) 
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September 24, 2012 2:49:10 PM

ProVisionOman said:
DUUDE.. maybe its the Witcher 2 or some other GPU BOTTLENECK omg lol. Heh :) 



I have to agree, the current Sandy and Ivy chips for gaming are mostly GPU bound.

Maybe in next gen games (PS4, Xbox 720 etc) sandy and Ivy bridge CPUs will become a bottleneck... but until then I wouldn't worry too much about ivy and sandy bottlenecking your system.
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