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OMG Crysis 3 will bring your system to it's knees...

#11Tony_Biggie_PunPosted 10/14/2013 6:23:50 PM
And while youre at it overclock that GPU too
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#12sonicteam2k1(Topic Creator)Posted 10/14/2013 6:27:13 PM
cool. I can run it on high and maintain 60fps @ 1920X1080. Good enough for me. All that rain on the first level was a pain in the ass. Reminds me of the Xbox port of MGS2.
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#13Orestes417Posted 10/14/2013 6:28:18 PM
Current example, CPU wise, I can get the 4670k all day long at Microcenter for $199, if I want the 4670 I have to pay closer to $219 and I can't even get the damn thing at Microcenter. Last I looked it was a similar gap with the 4770k vs the normal one, though I do think they carry the 4770s at the same price
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#14NicodimusPosted 10/14/2013 6:37:44 PM
Orestes417 posted...
Current example, CPU wise, I can get the 4670k all day long at Microcenter for $199, if I want the 4670 I have to pay closer to $219 and I can't even get the damn thing at Microcenter. Last I looked it was a similar gap with the 4770k vs the normal one, though I do think they carry the 4770s at the same price


One store's deals do not reflect the world at large. Look at a building site like pcpartpicker that shows the pricing from vendors all over the place if you want a general overview of pricing.
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#15lionheart5656Posted 10/14/2013 6:42:36 PM
sonicteam2k1 posted...
Teufel_x posted...
try overclocking your cpu a bit. Should help :P


nah I don't have an aftermarket cooler and i'm too lazy to install one. I did it on my last CPU and it took a while.

I'll crank it up to high on the next level and see what happens


It takes all of 5 min max unless you are trying to install it with PlaySkool Tools.
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#16MaxCHEATER64Posted 10/14/2013 6:49:23 PM
lionheart5656 posted...
It takes all of 5 min max unless you are trying to install it with PlaySkool Tools.


Took me over two hours, although that may have been because I had to basically unplug everything from everything else and essentially re-build the entire computer.
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#17sonicteam2k1(Topic Creator)Posted 10/14/2013 6:56:18 PM
MaxCHEATER64 posted...
lionheart5656 posted...
It takes all of 5 min max unless you are trying to install it with PlaySkool Tools.


Took me over two hours, although that may have been because I had to basically unplug everything from everything else and essentially re-build the entire computer.


this. I had to take the who freaking PC apart and unmount the mobo to do my last one. Just do not feel like going through that again. I'll be fine. High setting, 1920X1080 @ 60fps is enough for me.

I love how people make assumptions and act like tools on the internet because they have nothing else better to do.
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#18cainism25Posted 10/14/2013 7:06:42 PM
gtx 780 sli eats crysis 3 for breakfast, /yawn come back in 3 years plz
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#19Orestes417Posted 10/14/2013 7:06:49 PM
Nicodimus posted...
Orestes417 posted...
Current example, CPU wise, I can get the 4670k all day long at Microcenter for $199, if I want the 4670 I have to pay closer to $219 and I can't even get the damn thing at Microcenter. Last I looked it was a similar gap with the 4770k vs the normal one, though I do think they carry the 4770s at the same price


One store's deals do not reflect the world at large. Look at a building site like pcpartpicker that shows the pricing from vendors all over the place if you want a general overview of pricing.


Never said it did, But only one store is getting the sale and if the buyer happens to be near a Microcenter they're very likely getting the K series cheaper than the other options.
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#20mrCubePosted 10/14/2013 7:07:38 PM
Nicodimus posted...
Orestes417 posted...
Current example, CPU wise, I can get the 4670k all day long at Microcenter for $199, if I want the 4670 I have to pay closer to $219 and I can't even get the damn thing at Microcenter. Last I looked it was a similar gap with the 4770k vs the normal one, though I do think they carry the 4770s at the same price


One store's deals do not reflect the world at large. Look at a building site like pcpartpicker that shows the pricing from vendors all over the place if you want a general overview of pricing.


Keep arguing, it's funny
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