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Old 12-10-2013, 07:20 AM
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And I started thinking about an i5 or i7. The only big difference between those two is hyper threading right? But what kind of real world performance gain you receive out of it? I'll use it mainly for gaming, but would like to stream and/or record gameplay and Oakley Sunglasses Australia Sale perform some light video editing. The cost difference doesn't really bother me however it would be dump to not take it into consideration if it's really useless. It seem that benchmark of HT on VS HT off have been done in the past, but games Vibram Five Fingers Review back a few years didn't really make use of more cores. Specially with the upcoming consoles will have Barbour Jackets Australia 8 Louis Vuitton Belt Uk cores in em. I wonder if hyper threading would worthwhile for gaming, but also while multitasking. Could a sort man run some benchmark on games that make use of more then 4 core inside a real world environment (Listening to music, having Skype open, several tab on a web Belstaff Store Uk browser while recording the gameplay and post the outcomes of having HT turned on vs off? I know it sound Timberland Outlet Uk specific but only recording the framerate while playing a game and only doing that with the cpu seems pointless if you want to compare the use of more core(hyper threatening). A far more earth to earth situation where many things is happening in the background seem logical in my experience (the benchmark I've saw from about Ugg Shoes Canada 2 year ago didn't include any type of multitasking and video capturing :S)
I don't know what games use many cores (crysis 3 probably, company of heroes 2 beta seemed heavy around the cpu, civ V, metro 2033, bad compagny Cheap P90x Dvd 2/bf3) and when having more application open without anyone's knowledge would Belstaff Leather Panther Jacket affect that result. To me it would be more fair to compare HT on vs HT off in a situation where most of us would game and not just having the game.
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