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X58 SLI Test On Crysis Warhead & Far Cry 2

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Hayder_Master, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. Hayder_Master

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    i havent really decided if i want the inter i7 or just buy a extreem core when the price drops. Theres still alot to learn about the overclocking of them and the ram voltages. Ive been reading up on them as much as possible and theres alot of counterdicting
     
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    Hmm, that doesn't look too good. Not very impressive at all considering it's 2 GTX 280's.
     
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    Lol! I beat those benchies on my dual core with a 4870x2 :laugh:
     
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    and maybe you see same score with core 2 and with single card
     
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    Yes... my point exactly. I could have gotten those frames with my processor and a GTX280 overclocked. The point is those scores seem exceptionally low for SLI 280s
     
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    Thinking I'm going to have to stick with what I have. Not impressed with that performance what so ever. The only impressive thing I seen in all those screen shots is the 1.128vcore on that 965 i7 extream other than that looks like a let down for an enthusiast upgrade. Going to be more of a harware failure upgrade.
     

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