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    Crysis 3: AMD FX CPUs dominate, INTEL left behind

    Hey, this was/is very surprising: AMDs new FX CPUs outclass even the current Intel CPUs. Only the SNB-E 6-core CPU is able to perform better than the FX-8350. Seems to be highly multi-threaded. Maybe we'll see more of this with games optimized for the upcoming console generation.

    source: http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Crysis...hmark-1056578/


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    What? The FX-8350 is a 4 module CPU and it has 8 threads, whereas the SNB-E has 12 threads. But you know that and the thing here is FX-3850 > i7 3770k.
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    Oh, I just assumed that was an octo core sorry, I'm not up to date on AMD CPUs. My bad

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    That is really good and i mean its a marvelous performance lets hope future games do the same. Maybe this is why AMD must have tried head and limb to get the two console deal for a AMD optimized game universe.
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    Well, you can't compare the FX CPUs in that way. The now have "modules" and not cores. But again, this isn't the topic

    I'd love to see some results like that in the future.
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    is the second test, where is Vishera the best in Crysis...not bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    is the second test, where is Vishera the best in Crysis...not bad.
    yep


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    This is really good news especially for AMD. On the other hand, maybe this will finally shut up all those kiddies whining that using an i7 in a gaming rig is 'a complete waste' and 'overkill'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3lfk1ng View Post
    This is really good news especially for AMD. On the other hand, maybe this will finally shut up all those kiddies whining that using an i7 in a gaming rig is 'a complete waste' and 'overkill'.
    Same with Intel hex cores

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    A good surprise ! It shows that working nearly with dev studios is a key factor. AMD has made big enhancements in this domain recently.

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    Dominate? lol.

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    The game must be mostly integer baised and not fpu baised.

    I think this is pretty much a joke we all know amd isn't so good at this stuff, ok for multi tasking solitaire or something.
    And apparently crises 3...
    It's an ok cpu, but none the less it was still a step back...
    But to each there own.

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    500mhz higher clock and you guys think that makes the the amd better then the intel 3770k, both 4 cores...
    Crazy...
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    Well i said when bulldozer came out, in the midst of all the bashing that sooner or later Intel would make their bulldozer. And looking how well vishera does in multi-thread apps, it can be a surprise they also do well in multi-thread games.

    AMD right now is incredibly dependent of the software guys, not only the multi-thread thing, but also and most importantly, GPU acceleration support:




    >50% increase in performance with current apu's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhavv View Post
    Oh, I just assumed that was an octo core sorry, I'm not up to date on AMD CPUs. My bad
    Well it has 8 threads like wombat said since its FP unit is shared between 2 cores in each module. That's why it looses to SB-E which in turn has 6 FP units which are dual threaded(as opposed to 4 dual threaded FP units in FX8350 and 3770K).

    As for the Crysis 3, 2nd test practically confirms the 1st one and that shows it was no mistake.As newer (AMD optimized for next gen console) games hit the streets this and in next few years, charts like that will become more common .

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    Quote Originally Posted by zalbard View Post
    Dominate? lol.

    True. Top CPU on the chart is an Intel, plus none of them are overclocked.

    AMD are surely capable of competing well in Crysis 3, but the are far from 'dominating' it.

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    3770K and FX8350 are basically tied, +/- 2fps who cares. But good for AMD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxleitnerb View Post
    Funny
    3770K and FX8350 are basically tied, +/- 2fps who cares. But good for AMD.
    Same goes for FX6300 and 3570K . Check the prices for all of those CPUs as of now and you will see how the compare from value POV.

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    I know the CPU prices. Just saying, I don't see any dominating from a performance POV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxleitnerb View Post
    Funny
    3770K and FX8350 are basically tied, +/- 2fps who cares. But good for AMD.
    They are not tied, they are 500mhz apart but in 3 months Haswell will change that...

    Not to mention the difference in power consumption, ouch...

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    amd gets a win
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    Where do you see a win, I must be blind..lol
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    I don't see the AMD win...?

    The list appears to go
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    amd's $200 vs intels $300?
    guess it also shows, pci-e 3.0 didn't mean anything

    basically what i see is happening now. is crytek is showing. yes it was all about how code is being optimized, with amd getting both gpu and cpu in next gen consoles. they gotta start optimizing for the amd side of things now.

    and i thought the whole 4 module thing was explained above?

    oh and "couldn't see" rofl come on guys. you are truly that daft? that is what we call fan boi's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg83 View Post
    amd's $200 vs intels $300s
    This is more to do with Kids vs Adults...(100 bucks, what a fortune)
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    products worth vs brand loyalty?
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