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Old Jul 21, 2013, 08:29 PM   #1
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Old Jul 21, 2013, 10:19 PM   #2
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I see no bottleneck, the 4770k killed it.
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More like the AMD bottleneck.
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I see no bottleneck, the 4770k killed it.
pcie 2.0 vs pcie 3.0 with 3+ cards. Looks like a haswell is a very soon upgrade for me
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pcie 2.0 vs pcie 3.0 with 3+ cards. Looks like a haswell is a very soon upgrade for me

If you plan on running 3 gpu's you should probably go with the up coming Ivy Bridge-E platform. A lot more native PCI express lanes
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If you plan on running 3 gpu's you should probably go with the up coming Ivy Bridge-E platform. A lot more native PCI express lanes
But this would be enough.
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