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    oh i see! thanks for the info buddy..does amd take a long time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaskanwar Singh View Post
    @ damngoodman999
    please change your avatar to some descent one!
    and your suggestion is nice. he can cf hd6870 also later.
    the avatar in use actually suites his name. & his name should be something like this: damnBADman2010.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaskanwar Singh View Post
    oh i see! thanks for the info buddy..does amd take a long time?
    every month AMD releases a new CCC, so the latest games are included. but if no profile, only 1 card is used. but what about the old games? i guess, they are enough with a single card. heres a log:

    Catalyst™ Application Profiles
    The following application profiles are available with this release of AMD Catalyst 10.10:
    - Multiplayer Medal of Honor™ (DirectX® 9/DirectX® 10/DirectX® 11) CrossFire™
    update
    - Darksider™ (DirectX 9) performance and CrossFire anti-aliasing update
    - NBA 2K11™ (DirectX 9) CrossFire update
    - Stone Giant™ (DirectX 10/DirectX 11) CrossFire update
    - Civilization V™ (DirectX 10/DirectX 11) tweak CrossFire update
    - H.A.W.X.™ 2 (DirectX 10/DirectX 11) CrossFire update
    - Formula 1™ (DirectX 10/DirectX 11) CrossFire update
    - World of Warcraft™ (DirectX 11) version CrossFire update

    # Performance Improvements
    The following performance improvements were observed with this release of AMD
    Catalyst 10.10:
    - Aliens vs. Predator™ DirectX 11 Benchmark
    * Performance increases up to 6% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series single and
    CrossFire
    * Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series single and
    CrossFire
    * Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5600 Series
    * Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5500 Series
    * Performance increases up to 4% on ATI Radeon HD 5400 Series
    - BattleForge™
    * Performance increases up to 6% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series single and
    CrossFire configurations with anti-aliasing enabled
    * Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series single and
    CrossFire configurations with anti-aliasing enabled
    - Crysis Warhead®
    * Performance increases up to 9% on Single ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series products
    with anti-aliasing enabled
    - Far Cry™ 2
    * Performance increases up to 7% on Single ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series products
    - Metro 2033™
    * Performance increases up to 7% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series single and
    CrossFire configurations
    * Performance increases up to 8% on ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series single and
    CrossFire configurations
    * Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5600 Series in DirectX 11
    and 10 modes
    * Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5500 Series in DirectX 11
    and 10 modes
    * Performance increases up to 4% on ATI Radeon HD 5400 Series in DirectX 11
    and 10 modes
    - S.T.A.L.K.E.R.™ : Call of Pripyat Benchmark
    * Performance increases up to 7% on single ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series products
    - Unigine™ Heaven
    * Performance increases up to 9% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series single and
    CrossFire configurations with anti-aliasing enabled
    * Performance increases up to 8% on ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series single and
    CrossFire configurations with anti-aliasing enabled
    - World in Conflict™
    * Performance increases up to 9% on ATI Radeon HD 5600 Series
    * Performance increases up to 10% on ATI Radeon HD 5500 Series
    source: filehippo

    @cilus, bro what if theres no profile. i read that 1 card is used only. so the 2nd card is turned off? or just made to sit idle & eat up power?

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    @Sam.Shab

    Actually u spotted its like - DamnBADman666
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    got that sam, thanks
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    Hi again,

    Thank you so much for your advice..

    I have a question through..

    Will the 890 chipset offer better performance with the X6 1090T BE though (since it's recommended and all that)??
    I found the Gigabyte GA-890GPA-UD3H for Rs.8803.. If so, how much more performance are we talking about??

    Also, will 4 GB RAM be enough for a high performance setup like this??

    My dealer is still to get back with the prices..

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    Quote Originally Posted by damngoodman999 View Post
    @Sam.Shab

    Actually u spotted its like - DamnBADman666
    yah. and your avatar are always different. how much time you waste searching for those pics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaskanwar Singh View Post
    got that sam, thanks
    welcome buddy.

    Quote Originally Posted by deepakkumarb22 View Post
    Hi again,

    Thank you so much for your advice..

    I have a question through..

    Will the 890 chipset offer better performance with the X6 1090T BE though (since it's recommended and all that)??
    I found the Gigabyte GA-890GPA-UD3H for Rs.8803.. If so, how much more performance are we talking about??

    Also, will 4 GB RAM be enough for a high performance setup like this??

    My dealer is still to get back with the prices..
    relative to what? cause 890GX is a fantastic IGP chipset but if you use it with a high end proccy, performance will be very much bottlenecked. if you talking about proccy + mobo + gfx, the gfx card will steal the show. so motherboard's internal performance become useless. to test real performance, go Xfire. i can just hope, the 8X+8X won't bottleneck highend cards.

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    As gaming is the main task, i prefer i5 760. Also, power consumption for the Intel config is lower iirc.
    i5 760 - 9.8K approx
    ASUS P7P55D-E LX - 8.3K approx (ATX, True USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps Support, EPU for power saving, ...)
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    2x 2GB Corsair XMS3 1600MHz kit- 4.1K approx
    GTX460 1GB / HD6850 - 13K (assuming avg price of GTX460 1GB models)
    Corsair VX550 - 4.5K-4.7K approx (or higher model like HX750)
    1TB Seagate 7200.12 - 2.9K approx
    DVD writer - 1K approx
    22" 1080p LCD - 8K approx (as per model)
    NZXT Gamma/CM Elite 430 - 2.1K/2.8K approx
    Total- 54.6K approx
    keyboard, mouse, speakers as per choice- not much idea on that

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    @deepakkumarb22: where do you get a 1090T for Rs13350 for? Lowest i could find in bangalore was Rs14500 incl tax ...

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    @cilus, bro what if theres no profile. i read that 1 card is used only. so the 2nd card is turned off? or just made to sit idle & eat up power?
    Yes Sam, then only one graphics card will work and others will sit idle and eats the idle power. Now in case of AMD cards, their idle power requirement is really very low compared to their Nvidia counter parts.

    Quote Originally Posted by pegasus View Post
    As gaming is the main task, i prefer i5 760. Also, power consumption for the Intel config is lower iirc.
    i5 760 - 9.8K approx
    ASUS P7P55D-E LX - 8.3K approx (ATX, True USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps Support, EPU for power saving, ...)
    ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
    2x 2GB Corsair XMS3 1600MHz kit- 4.1K approx
    GTX460 1GB / HD6850 - 13K (assuming avg price of GTX460 1GB models)
    Corsair VX550 - 4.5K-4.7K approx (or higher model like HX750)
    1TB Seagate 7200.12 - 2.9K approx
    DVD writer - 1K approx
    22" 1080p LCD - 8K approx (as per model)
    NZXT Gamma/CM Elite 430 - 2.1K/2.8K approx
    Total- 54.6K approx
    keyboard, mouse, speakers as per choice- not much idea on that
    pegasus, your suggestion is really good, but when you're spending 60K, if extra performance is gained in all the other applications along with the gaming, why not Phenom II 1090T. In gaming, it is better than i5 760 and in multi-threaded applications it is also better. It has very good OC potential and very easy interface for OC.
    And there are certain things against i5 760:
    it does not have HT enabled, so only 4 cores
    it has dual channel memory controller compared to triple channel of Core i7 9XX
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajan1311 View Post
    @deepakkumarb22: where do you get a 1090T for Rs13350 for? Lowest i could find in bangalore was Rs14500 incl tax ...
    Check out www.bwindia.net. Binary World is an IT store in Indiranagar and I've used their website before. The prices are the lowest I've found in Bangalore and the website is always up to date.

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