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  • Hello, everyone, and welcome to another video.

  • Now.

  • These days, the gaming performance difference between Intel's lineup of court to court processes is negligible, with most socket 775 CPU use choking under the pressure of modern Triple eight titles.

  • That doesn't mean these chips are totally incapable, and they're still justice fun to play around with.

  • Checking in with the court to quote series of processes from time to time just feels like a tradition now.

  • Their existence paved the way for many PC gamers memory lane stories, and I've no doubt plenty of enthusiasts over clocking experiences started right here, too.

  • Despite this, I bet the Q 9505 is the name that not many of you are familiar with.

  • Even in 2009 it didn't exactly excite consumers, and 10 years on, you'll still have to do some serious online digging to find a single official review.

  • The Q 9505 just filled a gap that didn't really need filling.

  • It's a practice that still occurs today, not just with processes but with graphics cards as well.

  • Essentially, this little unloved quad core was a cutdown Q 95 50 that chip had four cause a 2.83 gigahertz stop clock speed on a sensible 95.

  • What TDP.

  • The Q 9505 had four cause a 2.83 gigahertz clock speed and a sensible 95.

  • What TDP Hang on a minute.

  • I know there was about a year and 1/2 different, similarly, states, but back in late 09 I'd be suffering from a serious case of deja vu if I saw the 9505 pop up on the shelf.

  • So, really, what's the difference?

  • Well, the 9505 had just six megabytes of L two cache, compared to 12 on the original.

  • By the time it released in Q three hour 9 $213 the O G.

  • Q 95 50 was only about $10.

  • Maur at certain retailers.

  • That's $10 for it, six megabytes of L two cache.

  • That would have actually made a difference in some programs.

  • Of course, over time, the prices of both continued to drop on.

  • Those on a tighter budget could pick up the Q 9505 which would still offer a great computing experience.

  • In hindsight, I guess it did have its own special spot on the market.

  • After all, it just took a while.

  • These days, both chips can be found on the used market for a fraction of the original retail price.

  • And interestingly, a small price gap still exists between the two.

  • But now I want to look back at the Q 9505 gaming performance to see what it can do with a few modern Triple eight games.

  • So I had planned on testing it with the Rx 5700 but every single 775 motherboard I tried the graphics card with refused to display a picture.

  • Whether that's a known incompatibility or not is yet to be confirmed.

  • Instead, I paid the Q 9505 with this Jew ticks 6 80 super over clocked card, which in 2019 offers do text 10 50 t.

  • I like performance that all this is probably as high as I'd recommend going as faras, the GBU is concerned as the CPU will already be the limiting factor.

  • A lot of the time adding more graphical power just would not help at all, and it's very unlikely you'd pay record to Quad with a modern car like the Rx 5700 anyway.

  • Actually, that whole graphics card thing may not be entirely true, because in dirt, too, the game is actually more GPU intensive so it doesn't max out.

  • The process is power, and you might actually see a higher frame rate with a more powerful graphics card here.

  • It's just not worth it.

  • For the vast majority of games, I jumped straight in at high settings at 10 80 pity and was surprisingly able to maintain a 30 FBs average.

  • It looks a lot better than the far cry to style smooth and muddy textures that the ultra low preset offers.

  • But you will see a very impressive frame rate when disabling pretty much everything.

  • The best solution here for 60 f.

  • P.

  • S is medium.

  • We didn't really have much room for maneuvering far cry new dorm with the lowest settings and no anti A leasing just about netting us a 30 f.

  • P.

  • S average.

  • You can see here that the Q 9505 that is a mouth for every time I say it was running at around 90 to 100% load, so a more powerful graphics card would not help you out.

  • The percentile figures likely have something to do with the big freeze I experienced during the benchmark run.

  • The game got stuck during what I presumed was going to lead to an imminent crash.

  • But the benchmark carried on after this little incident.

  • No, absolutely love Kingdom come deliverance.

  • And if you told me when it first came out that I'd be playing on a court to quad, I'd probably laugh.

  • But over time, it seems some serious performance improvements, perhaps jumping in that medium settings here was a little too much for the process of, though the constant frame drops made it pretty much unplayable.

  • I'm using eight gigs of Ram here as well.

  • Just in case any of you were wondering the low settings with all anti a leasing and other fancy features turned off meant a 30 F P s average, which always quite surprised by.

  • But again, you'll notice how the process that is maxing out even when nothing is really going on on screen.

  • One on 10.1% lows off 11 and two don't do much to solidify this experience, Pub ji was also quite stuttering.

  • The high settings were my first choice.

  • Maybe not the wisest decision, but I think things weren't as bad as they could have been.

  • We still sort least 30 frames per second on average.

  • So that's something to celebrate.

  • It was very Judge Ary, though I then turned things all the way down too low to see how close to 60 frames per second we could get.

  • It turns out that anywhere from 40 to 50 was a more realistic expectation that this wasn't without issues as well.

  • It was certainly more than playable, though.

  • If I'm honest now, you've probably heard me moan about rage to on more than one occasion.

  • It just does not work on some systems and core two chords are among the CP use.

  • It does not like that, said the game starts up just fine, but soon crashes.

  • I tried it on a few core to quads and the same thing occurred, then applied a fix I found on a steam forum which replaces the e x e fire with a tweet one on.

  • Well, this let me get a bit further into the continue game screen.

  • It's still crushed to the desktop shortly after.

  • I guess even in 2019 there will still be a few games that run fine on the court to quad lineup, for example, Dirt Rally two point.

  • Oh, most of the time, though.

  • Well, you may find yourself struggling to maintain a solid 60 or even 30 f p s if we're being more realistic.

  • As I say, though, there are some titles out there that will have no problem with the four cause off these old chips on dhe, it's worth bearing in mind that you probably won't be tackling any titles like Metro Exodus, either, with all that send down, while I hope you've enjoyed a look back at the Q 9505 here, a chip that can actually be quite elusive on some used markets.

  • In fact, if you want one of these, then the Q 95 50 would probably be the one to go.

  • For, though that itself would perform pretty much identically these days, as would a lot of the court to court CP use.

  • Anyway, thank you very much for watching.

  • If you like this video lever like on it, leave a dislike.

  • If you didn't let me know in the comments.

  • If you've ever owned one of these and how it performed for you and what you thought of it, subscribe to the channel if you haven't done so already.

  • And hopefully off, see you all in the next one.

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捉えどころのないインテルQ9505対現代のゲーム (The Elusive Intel Q9505 Vs Modern Gaming)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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