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May 11, 10 at 11:13am
The Smith


quote VeGiTAX2
Noticed that the higher res gaming benchmarks tended to even out across the board. Was that because it was GPU bound? Usually the 800x600 puts the full weight on the cpu as the GPU is processing the bare minimum.
Yes!



May 11, 10 at 4:57am
VeGiTAX2


Nice finding, the 635 is a great value and the OC potential on the 640 is impressive pulling nearly 3.8GHz out of the chip.

Noticed that the higher res gaming benchmarks tended to even out across the board. Was that because it was GPU bound? Usually the 800x600 puts the full weight on the cpu as the GPU is processing the bare minimum.



May 11, 10 at 3:52am
kspiess


Quad cores for a $120 or so...? What is this world coming to? I like it.





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