Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2012 tested with 12 CPUs
A few days ago, from PC Games Hardware we received a review exploring the graphical performance of the game Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012, testing with 14 video cards , again the PC Games Hardware bring us a review of this game, this time by trying to 12 CPUs.
For this analysis used 12 various microprocessors from intel and AMD, belonging to different generations, all equipped with 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 memory and a video card based on the amd Radeon HD 7970 GPU 3GB. Without further ado, here your test:
Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012 makes good use of multiple cores, so it is advisable to have a microprocessor with at least three cores (or yarn processing) to achieve optimum performance; also benefits from higher operating frequencies.
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