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I wouldnt say 300 dollars for a CPU is a budget chip in 2012... A budget chip is the 100 to 200 range which puts you in i3 territory. When BD was released it was only 20 dollars less than an i7 2600k. Which is why I sold my 990FX board and bought a 1155 and a 2600k.
If PD 8350 is even more than 200 bucks its a total failure in my opinion EXCEPT for people that are doing encoding and major multithreaded applications which is less than .01% of the market.


PD isn't even out yet, 0.01% yeah ok. It's a lot more than you think.
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I wouldnt say 300 dollars for a CPU is a budget chip in 2012... A budget chip is the 100 to 200 range which puts you in i3 territory. When BD was released it was only 20 dollars less than an i7 2600k. Which is why I sold my 990FX board and bought a 1155 and a 2600k.


If PD 8350 is even more than 200 bucks its a total failure in my opinion EXCEPT for people that are doing encoding and major multithreaded applications which is less than .01% of the market.

You're clearly not in the budget sector nor do you even have any idea what I was talking about in the other post, the FX-41*0s are great budget chips, the FX61*0s are a bit iffy and the FX-81*0s have nothing to recommend them now that PDs on its way out.

And how would you know that? You've got a pre-release PD? You should post some benchmarks. rolleyes.gif
    
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post #193 of 312
AMD is going to charge whatever is most profitable in relation to sales. Just like how Intel prices things.

It's like, how people price stuff and stuff.

You're allowed to be mad about it, I guess.
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PD isn't even out yet, 0.01% yeah ok. It's a lot more than you think.

1 in every 10 000 out of all the people who use computers. Sound like a good rough guess. That's not to say there aren't a lot of people who run heavily threaded software after all, there are millions of computer users in the world.
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1 in every 10 000 out of all the people who use computers. Sound like a good rough guess. That's not to say there aren't a lot of people who run heavily threaded software after all, there are millions of computer users in the world.


Id go as high as 1 in 5000 but the thing they arent figuring in is that 99% of people that use computers arent OCN member like people.


Also about the FX 41xx and FX 61xx markets... At that price point you can get offerings from the other guys that perform better in singlethreaded tasks which is what 99% of the market uses is single threaded apps. If you're doing media encoding then really unless you are a startup you're going to be looking at 8 core amd or intel 4 and 6 core offerings.
 
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Not really, the budget Intel chips can only clock via the bclk which limits them right out of the gate.

And if you're going to argue about 99% of the market, then they may as well get any cheap CPU, any cheap SSD and 4GB RAM and be set for a while.
    
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I am praying this works out for them
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An 8120 is fine for gaming and other things and it is better than 2500K too. BD was actually isn't as bad as people make out on here.
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This so much.
An FX4100 is less than 100 euros here and for a lot of people it is a very good cpu that does all they want. Not everyone needs the best. Some people just want good performance for a decent price instead of great performance for a high price.
Benchmarks are making people crazy. Only aiming for the top. While almost no one actually uses it to the max.
well then get a 2120 , it cost just as much and its better , whats your point ?! Intel beat AMD at ANY price point. AMD Lover can no longer use the card ''oh AMD is best bang for your bucks'' ... No **** id rather get a 40$ Celeron G530 than a FX-4100, talk about performance/dollars.
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This so much.
An FX4100 is less than 100 euros here and for a lot of people it is a very good cpu that does all they want. Not everyone needs the best. Some people just want good performance for a decent price instead of great performance for a high price.
Benchmarks are making people crazy. Only aiming for the top. While almost no one actually uses it to the max.
well then get a 2120 , it cost just as much and its better , whats your point ?! Intel beat AMD at ANY price point. AMD Lover can no longer use the card ''oh AMD is best bang for your bucks'' ... No **** id rather get a 40$ Celeron G530 than a FX-4100, talk about performance/dollars.

And the FX-4100 would be equal or faster in most scenarios with that setup.
    
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