It's not condescending if it's true:
With a strong processor, such as a 4770k or an overclocked 3770k, the average frame rate difference is only 6% which is pretty negligible when you're talking about frame rates in excess of 60 already, whereas with a processor with a much smaller IPC capability, such as the 8350, the difference grows to 34%, and much more significant when you're talking about an increase from 47fps to 71fps. And before you say anything about the resolution, you are using a 3.072MP display, while the benchmark is using a 3.6864MP display, which is...larger...
If you want more FPS, complain to the developer.
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