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    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showthread.php?t=542432

    If you have any other benchmark result like this pls share

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    does I5 3570k perform better in every game or only in this game?????...i saw reviews of other processors that they don't perform the same in every game.that's why I am asking

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    does I5 3570k perform better in every game or only in this game?????...i saw reviews of other processors that they don't perform the same in every game.that's why I am asking
    Ivy should perform better than sandy as clock per clock performance is better in Ivy but temp issue is the main concern when over clocked (though it happen after certain voltage ) ..but as you can see you don't even need to over clock them much to gain the performance of 2500k performance @ 5ghz ...but need more benchmarking to see its effect in other games but as ivy is more upgraded version of the sandy design so there is no way sandy outperforming ivy (i think)

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    There are obviously some anomalies in those benchmarks. Clock for clock, Ivy is 5%-10% faster, but a stock Ivy cannot beat a 5Ghz Sandy as common sense would tell you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amarshonarbangla View Post
    There are obviously some anomalies in those benchmarks. Clock for clock, Ivy is 5%-10% faster, but a stock Ivy cannot beat a 5Ghz Sandy as common sense would tell you.
    don't forget its a different architect chip than sandy which might suite games more ,so 5-10% faster(in what data transfer?)won't have the same impact in games ..Most of the benchmark that you see are non gaming, so those common sense of 5-10% won't work when it comes to games but i agree that this particular game might be getting real good result from ivy which other games might not get

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