Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Guest-44432, 21 Dec 2011.
3DMark Vantage 990x vs 3960x
Christ, a 7k jump?! That's not to be sniffed at
Glad your up an running, those geekbench scores are mental!!! Dont be blowing yer system up playing with pookey lol, great scores from you both. I'm thinking of whacking 1.45 volts up me old 920 too see what happens........ haha, someones gonna blowup soon lol.
3DMark 11 990x vs 3960X
3960X @ 5Ghz
990X @ 4Ghz
It's not a fair comparison, but I would imagine about a 2.5k gap between the two @ 5Ghz.
is cpuz on 990x saying 1.008v?
Yep, that's cause there is no load, and the voltages drop a bit. 990x did 4ghz at stock vcore 1.2v.
What exactly do you intend to do with that cpu at 5Ghz?
Why doesn't anyone bench cpus like this with GTA 4 since that just eats up cpu power
You want to bench a 6 core 12 thread CPU with a GAME? Are you mad? lol
Yes, with a game that utilises all cores.
3d rendering is also good of course. Shame I don't do any myself any more.
What's the point, when it can max it out at 6030x1080 and run at 60fps 90% of the time?
Can I have it?
Isn't that what this is for?
if i said something like that then longweight would say im trolling actually he and other guys say every post of mine is trolling, so accoring to there logic your trolling
i guess those 4.0Ghz C2D's have had there time up now then
look heres cpu benchmark gta 4
read the first line of the summary
"The PC version of GTA 4 has CPU power for breakfast"
I don't play games without vsync (Can't stand running 120FPS in some games with horizontal fresh lines. So vsync is a most), so 60FPS is the limit.
Plus, those cpu's is old. Even mine is faster than them.
Why can't u v-sync some games and 120 others? You can v-sync 120 for games like BF3 yes?
Vsync will only lock to the monitor refresh rate. So 15, 30, 60Fps. He isn't rolling 120hz IPS screens, so 120FPS isn't an option (Oh how I wish you could get those, though.)
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