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Game Benchmarks: RPG

System Builder Marathon, Sept. '09: $1,250 Enthusiast Build

Like H.A.W.X., Fallout 3 shows little advantage with the CPU overclock. The game is likely GPU-limited, as demonstrated by similar frame rates across the board. The good news is that all of those frame rates are over a silky-smooth 70 FPS.

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    mi1ez , 25 September 2009 17:07
    And remember, these systems are all being given away at the end of the marathon. Keep an eye on this space; this is where we'll post the link to enter the contest for all three systems once the series concludes!

    And remember folks, this competition is NOT open to UK residents!
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    rickbmb , 26 September 2009 08:57
    Nice !
    Interesting choice going with 4 cards, i wonder how much difference you would get with 2 x 4890, i bet it'd be real close to the 4 x 4850.
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    jimishtar , 26 September 2009 23:58
    four cards is simply stoopid. i mean, its 4850, who needs four of them??
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    broken_sticks , 29 September 2009 19:49
    if i won that machine, i'd swiftly put two of those GPUs to better use...
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    devilxc , 5 October 2009 19:44
    I assume the price for the intel computer was what it was in April and not now? If that is the case; the intel computer is cheaper, better at everything excluding gaming, about the same at gaming and cheaper to upgrade (2 cards instead of 4).

    Just a thought.