- Oct 8, 2007
In short, you will still have developers putting games out on PC whose benchmarks are still lower than current gen consoles. That would be the benchmark. I have always said this, and will continue to say it '' the problem with the hardcore gamer is that he thinks that everything revolves around him when the reality is that the casual gamer has more influence on the gaming market and how developers structure their commodity.''
The architecture isn't "gaming". This is the same story over on intel's side also where the architecture in the high end i7 skus is the same as the low end i3's (and even the Pentiums).
As for guys that want to complain about better CPU, it has not been something that has been 'required' this generation. Even games that have needed to draw a lot from the CPU like Assassins Creed are quality without a lot of issues being seen.
These can literally be posted all day.