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Thanks everyone, great help thumb.gif
Well I'm building from the ground up, so I don't have any limitations regarding boards, however I will use my haf x and my push pull H100, so I am not worried about temperatures biggrin.gif
I guess I'll go for intel, thought I would save some euros and get a amd system, but I am affraid of getting the fx 8150 and getting lag on games and such, because where I live, a fx8150 costs around 50€ less than a 2500K and amd boards are even less expensive.
Again thanks everyone for the help! thumb.gif
Edit: lots of posts appearing, going to read, sorry for reading and writing slow, I'm not natively english speaker and writer wink.gif

If FX 8150 is 50 euros cheaper then FX 8120 is eaven chepar. U shoud by FX 8120, good mbo and PSU. Since u allready have H100, overclock to about 5.0Ghz is very much doable. And with FX clocked around 5.0Ghz u will not get lags in games if u have good GPU for sure. Games will only benefit in future form more cores, and along with that so the gaming performance of FX 81xx chips it self will be better.
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a 6200 will over clock to 4.5Ghz on a soild 990FX board with something around a 7770 and 2 8gig sticks of 2000Mhz will do all you need it too and no lag
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Ok read everything biggrin.gif

I probably didn't explain myself well, I wish not to cause a intel vs amd war wink.gif

I need a strong computer because I do rendering in autocad for my part time job, and something to game well, but nothing super hyper, I'm not trying to create a 150fps gaming rig, just something that will play around 60 fps some games I like, like crysis mass effect etc.. With high quality biggrin.gif

My budget is around 900€

I already have a haf x, and a h100,and a hx850 w corsair.

I'm going to get two gtx 660 when they come out early august.
I was considering getting a sabertooth, and a fx8120 or since I read everyones posts, a fx 6100, and overclock it, let's say 4.0ghz

Once again I would find out if your work software will take advantage of the extra cores. If it does then getting the fx-81xx might be a great choice.

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Ok read everything biggrin.gif

I probably didn't explain myself well, I wish not to cause a intel vs amd war wink.gif

I need a strong computer because I do rendering in autocad for my part time job, and something to game well, but nothing super hyper, I'm not trying to create a 150fps gaming rig, just something that will play around 60 fps some games I like, like crysis mass effect etc.. With high quality biggrin.gif

My budget is around 900€

I already have a haf x, and a h100,and a hx850 w corsair.

I'm going to get two gtx 660 when they come out early august.
I was considering getting a sabertooth, and a fx8120 or since I read everyones posts, a fx 6100, and overclock it, let's say 4.0ghz

Relax, you did not cause anything. wink.gif

For the type of money you are looking at spending Intel sounds like the best option.
    
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Many thanks everyone, going to rep you guys when I get to my laptop, somehow can't do it on the iphone..

I will then probably go with the fx8120 and save some of my budget, to help on other expenses wink.gif

Many thanks everyone thumb.gif
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could be,iam no expert,and my little bro has not finish avionic engineering yet.
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I suspect you are confusing "Radial" engines with "Rotary" engines. Radial engines of the type you are referring to in use during WW2 were in fact piston engines arranged in a radial fashion.
I was curious if a rotary powered plane exists, I googled it and it turns out it does. biggrin.gif

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You two know little about car engines, ie 9000 rpm rotary motor 13b 1.3 liter actually goes faster as you pick up speed shifting from second to third and so on vs piston engines of comparable size which are 4000 to 6500rpm producing less horse power and getting slower shifting throw gears as they pick up speed.
The reason being,the rotary weighs less,so has a much higher power/weight ratio.
The same could be said for a high RPM piston engine,ie. Honda's VTEC engines, the car gains momentum and has to shift less often,it ends up being faster. The high revving engine can stay in its power band longer without having to shift,but once it has to shift it isn't back into it's max power output until higher RPM's.
Edited by Heavy MG - 7/15/12 at 3:56pm
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The link you have is to a Rotary Piston engine Mr Perf. This is different than a Radial Engine too. In the rotary piston type of engine the crankcase and cylinders rotate around a fixed crankshaft with the pistons attached. The propeller is attached to the crankcase, not the crankshaft with a rotary piston engine. These were used during WW1, and phased out soon after in preference for Radial Piston engines. In a Radial Piston engine the crankshaft spins inside of the crankcase with the pistons attached to it and the propeller is attached to the crankshaft. These are what you are seeing when you look at a B-17 or Corsair fighter.

@ HMG : I am aware that true rotary engines exist and some have been used in aircraft. My dad is a pilot and a general aviation buff, I first saw rotary engined planes in the 80s at the OshKosh airshow.
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cool,it was still a step towards the jet engine which is better than anything but a rocket motor.thinking ln2 is a must for a rocket though.
    
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Did we seriously move from cpu talk to engines? thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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