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Old 11-10-07, 05:50 PM   #51
miahallen
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Default Re: Crysis turns up nose at quad

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Originally Posted by StellaArtois
Good testing. Looks pretty limited at 2 cores and above. Could you please try a run with all crysis settings to low, except physics at very high?
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CPU @ 333x9=3000MHz
PCIe @ 100MHz
RAM @ 800MHz 4-4-4-12 T2

1 Core
0.09/17.46/45.47

2 Cores native
20.18/36.12/47.47

2 Cores non-native
22.11/36.98/47.24

3 Cores
19.87/36.38/48.76

4 Cores
20.36/36.28/46.31
CPU @ 333x9=3000MHz
PCIe @ 100MHz
RAM @ 800MHz 4-4-4-12 T2
Only Physics @ VH

1 Core
0.50/13.98/77.53

2 Cores native
46.11/69.23/86.12

2 Cores non-native
24.55/67.64/89.19

3 Cores
47.47/69.65/88.47

4 Cores
46.66/70.32/88.50

In both cases the difference was about 1% in average framesrate between dual core (native) and quad core. I think the quad core myth is officially busted - for the demo.
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