Game Benchmarks: World In Conflict
World in Conflict shows a notable preference for the Core i7, especially when overclocked. The Phenom II delivers smooth frame rates, though.
With 4x AA and 16x anisotropic filtering (AF) added, the margin is lowered, but the Core i7 system still demonstrates better numbers. However, we do have to mention that the Phenom II is still playable and smooth.
Adding in nvidia cards would be interesting to see, yes, but then we're moving more into engine optimizations and such, and things get less exact. Maybe the effect of software preferences on hardware architecture can be a future writeup? Nice article, here, though.
As I expected on the numbers, but I now want to see if the 790X chipset is to blame, or the Gigabyte board itself, or perhaps the memory controller onboard the CPU is to blame?
Did you read the conclusion at all? AMD lost by the numbers. That's not pro-intel, it's pro-logic. It's pro-science. That's the way the world works.
Wow. You take things way too seriously.
Ahslan .... buy your own pc ...not your daddy