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5.0 out of 5 stars i disagree, 24 July 2013
This review is from: AMD APU A10 6800K Black Edition Quad Core Processor (Socket FM2, 4.1GHz, 4MB, 100W, AD680KWOHLBOX, Richland, Turbo Core 3.0 Technology, Virtualization Technology) (Personal Computers)
i completely disagree with the benchmark you guys have gave this because with two different motherboards i got 30fps on btf 3 on the msi and 22fps on the gigabyte.
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Initial post: 1 Aug 2013 12:14:29 BDT
TVD says:
That's very interesting - were they both the same chipset? I have a suspicion that it makes a difference whether you have A75 or A85... for the record, I have an MSI FM2 A75 board and got the results recorded in my review

Posted on 13 May 2014 17:30:57 BDT
Gasur says:
This is very interesting, did you have any other software open, played on the proper settings, dedicated GPU? - If you have a dedicated GPU, don't blame the CPU. Also, motherboards don't make a difference when it comes to gaming, unless you overclock, SLI or crossfire.
Remember, a benchmark is fairly hard to use in a real scenario, as it was made on a specific game, on a specific map, for a specific game-mode and with a specific amount of players. All of these count into factor when you're playing.
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