Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 10 Jun 2020.
I really wish you'd plot the OC values in the charts as it makes comparing it really difficult. Given how easy it is to OC its more valid than standard speeds in some ways.
What resolution were the games benched at?
Isn't 4.8 to 5.0 an increase of 200MHz, not 500? Unless I'm missing something...
Where does it say that? I might be having a senior moment, but I've been over it twice and can't see it.
Says in the conclusion "any advantage at FHD is rendered moot as the resolution increases", so I would assume that means they were done at 1080? Would be nice to have the settings and Res on the graphs though.
Would also like to see stock and oc scores for all the CPUs in the charts. Plotting just the oc of the cpu in question doesn't tell you a lot when the rest can be overclockers too.
Resolutions to always be defined using both dimensions in pixels!
And to not include the 'p', because whats the point at this stage?
Should give them to this guy. I hear he loves them
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