The jackwagon tested StarCraft II by playing back a recording of an epic 30-minute, eight-player match that he found online and capturing frame rates with Fraps. He decided not to repeat this test multiple times. He says it's due to the long time window, but I think it's sheer laziness. Jeez.
Yeah, yeah, so a couple of those "Special K" chips, as I like to call them, managed to eke out a few more frames per second than me in this test. Look, I also wasn't any faster than the i7-980X, who came before me. I'm obviously being limited by external factors, like the higher latency on my PCIe connection or something—not that you're gonna notice the difference between 96 and 98 FPS, anyway, Mr. Super Gamer.
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