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Many people on these forums don't stop and think that not everyone has a lot of money to spend. When I spend $200 on a new CPU it will last me at least 2 years before I upgrade.
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Originally Posted by Mr Frosty View Post

Picking on me? Don't make me laugh, you're the one posting cherry picked 2560x1600 charts as 'proof' that FX can keep up thumb.gif

What do you have to say about the 1680x1050 charts that I posted?
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A)Does not say Mr Frosty..How can one be certain it's you and not some schmoe you copied on the bot? rolleyes.gif
B)Not higher=not higher :lachen.gif: tongue.gif
tbh..no validation that says "Mr Frosty" means it didn't happen.

Can't be bothered as I have things to do....

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Can't be bothered as I have things to do....
http://i408.photobucket.com/albums/pp166/almighty151986/Untitled.png
ehh.. good enough :lachen.gif: Your boints buttkick.gif My boints ..try again,Cookie biggrin.gif
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2262911_schmuckley_cpu_frequency_core_i5_2500k_5575.92_mhz
Edited by Schmuckley - 6/11/12 at 6:13am
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post #245 of 426
>$50 difference is quite significant to most people.

> 50 USD means a lot to me.

At 0.10/kwh, $50 is 500kw of power.

At load, an 8150 @ 4.8 ghz uses 273 more watts than a 2600k @ 5ghz. http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2011/10/12/amd-fx-8150-review/10

Same goes for the 8120 with it being same chip but with a lower default clock.

Which works out to 1831.5 hours in which the 8120 will burn up a $50 lower purchase price.

That works out to a year and a quarter averaging 4 hours use a day, a year and two thirds averaging 3 hours, etc.
Edited by keiths - 6/11/12 at 5:10am
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>$50 difference is quite significant to most people.
> 50 USD means a lot to me.
At 0.10/kwh, $50 is 500kw of power.
At load, an 8150 @ 4.8 ghz uses 273 more watts than a 2600k @ 5ghz. http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2011/10/12/amd-fx-8150-review/10
Same goes for the 8120 with it being same chip but with a lower default clock.
Which works out to 1831.5 hours in which the 8120 will burn up a $50 lower purchase price.
That works out to a year and a quarter averaging 4 hours use a day, a year and two thirds averaging 3 hours, etc.

Reading comprehension isn't a strong point for you is it?

The $50 price difference is between an FX 8120 and a 2500k.

It's a $100 price difference between an FX 8150 and a 2600k. If you are comparing the FX 8120 to the 2600k then the difference is $150. By your calculations I would need to run an FX 8120 4 hours a day for 3 and 3/4 years to equal the cost difference from a 2600k. Guess your point is pretty much useless when you use the correct models. By that time most people buy a new PC.

Not many people get a FX 8120 running at 4.8 GHz, it usually tops out at around 4.4 GHz to 4.5 GHZ and that's with water cooling. People who run water setups are not going to be worrying about $50 that much.

Your points are way off base, get your facts straight and learn to read so you understand what people are talking about.
Edited by tout - 6/11/12 at 6:00am
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post #247 of 426
Wish reviews were like this thread.

I can see better scores and results here than looking through Google. +1 Rep for this hard work thumb.gif
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>$50 difference is quite significant to most people.
> 50 USD means a lot to me.
At 0.10/kwh, $50 is 500kw of power.
At load, an 8150 @ 4.8 ghz uses 273 more watts than a 2600k @ 5ghz. http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2011/10/12/amd-fx-8150-review/10
Same goes for the 8120 with it being same chip but with a lower default clock.
Which works out to 1831.5 hours in which the 8120 will burn up a $50 lower purchase price.
That works out to a year and a quarter averaging 4 hours use a day, a year and two thirds averaging 3 hours, etc.

doh.gif

Thread title says 8120 and 2500K. I entirely agree with the post above me saying you lack reading comprehension.

Also I don't run my PC 4 hours a day and I would still choose AMD over Intel, simply because of virtualisation support.

Then of course there's only one country, one currency and only one price for electricity.
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nice benchies, weird the i5 wouldnt go to 4.5 tho? anyways shows they are fairly close in terms of gaming, although the i5 does pretty good to kepp up with something that has double the core count thumb.gif
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ehh.. good enough :lachen.gif: Your boints buttkick.gif My boints ..try again,Cookie biggrin.gif
http://www.hwbot.org/submission/2262911_schmuckley_cpu_frequency_core_i5_2500k_5575.92_mhz

yo so boastful. that's prolly why you burn chips up.
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