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Happy to finally upgrade from Phenom II 1055T to FX-8320 biggrin.gif I'm just wondering... Are newer games utilizing the 8 cores to the point where better frames per second are possible on the 8320 over a i5-4670k, for example? I've seen this video where the person uses an overclocked GTX 780 and it's clear that the i5-4670k is almost always outperforming the FX-8320 as far as average FPS goes... but then I was under the impression that the i5-4670k is similar to the i5-3570k, and I see these benchmarks showing the FX-8320 outperforming the i5-3570k. The really confusing thing is that the tests in the first video use a much better GPU, but half as much RAM, plus a completely different set of games. It's so hard to make sense of all this... Again, this isn't really important to me, but I would like to know smile.gif Thanks.

1: The first video compared an FX-8320
2: The other video compared an FX-8350

Solution: Overclock FX-8320 to 4GHz or more.

Oh, and when you use all cores...
    
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@an65001 Ah, yep, now I see --- in the 2nd one, neither chip was OC'd. So I guess the first video is a better demonstration of the Intel using it's 4 cores faster, while the second video better demonstrates the amd utilizing all 8 of it's cores, correct?

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@an65001 Ah, yep, now I see --- in the 2nd one, neither chip was OC'd. So I guess the first video is a better demonstration of the Intel using it's 4 cores faster, while the second video better demonstrates the amd utilizing all 8 of it's cores, correct?

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With a lot of stuff transitioning to use more than 4 cores, the AMD 8 core is by far the better choice over the i5, in my opinion.
    
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@an65001 Yeah, I just watched a few Linus videos and it was mentioned that due to current gen consoles having 8 core CPUs, there could be a better chance more developers will make use of 8 cores on PC games as well :-) Thanks again.
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@an65001 Yeah, I just watched a few Linus videos and it was mentioned that due to current gen consoles having 8 core CPUs, there could be a better chance more developers will make use of 8 cores on PC games as well :-) Thanks again.

We've been playing with Catzilla 720p which is supposed to be a gaming benchmark and using the same cooling I can OC both my CPUs. MyFX 9370 scores only 1000 points less 28000 vs my 4770k at 29000 and I'm pushing both of them. I think I can get more from the 9370 but I ran out of time last night.
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We've been playing with Catzilla 720p which is supposed to be a gaming benchmark and using the same cooling I can OC both my CPUs. MyFX 9370 scores only 1000 points less 28000 vs my 4770k at 29000 and I'm pushing both of them. I think I can get more from the 9370 but I ran out of time last night.

You running Nvidia or AMD cards?

I'm having a hard time getting Crossfire to work mad.gif

This is a 1080p, Single R9 290 run with the 8350 @ 4.8


Edited by Sgt Bilko - 3/21/14 at 6:19am
 
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Hello everyone, i just finished assembling my new rig (in my sig.). I am planning on OC'ing it this weekend and I'm a little apprehensive about it. I've never OC'd before and I'm not sure what to do. I mostly game on it and I want something fast and stable.

I looked in my bios and it's mostly greek to me.


Any suggestions?
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Hello everyone, i just finished assembling my new rig (in my sig.). I am planning on OC'ing it this weekend and I'm a little apprehensive about it. I've never OC'd before and I'm not sure what to do. I mostly game on it and I want something fast and stable.

I looked in my bios and it's mostly greek to me.


Any suggestions?

I have the same CPU and mobo

All I can say is follow this guide and you can't go wrong

http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard

The section for 'settings up to 5ghz' worked a treat for me and I got up to 4.8ghz stable, but make sure you follow the guide closely biggrin.gif
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@Reegs start with this guide, read it a few times and get familiar with your bios. http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard

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You running Nvidia or AMD cards?

I'm having a hard time getting Crossfire to work mad.gif

This is a 1080p, Single R9 290 run with the 8350 @ 4.8


I'm running NVidia, you're not the only one in here having trouble with AMD CFX, my only suggestion would be to try some different driver and see if that helps. We've been running the 720p version since it's free.
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@Reegs start with this guide, read it a few times and get familiar with your bios. http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard
I'm running NVidia, you're not the only one in here having trouble with AMD CFX, my only suggestion would be to try some different driver and see if that helps. We've been running the 720p version since it's free.

I picked the key up from Steam for $5 a few days ago, punched it into the stand alone and bam, full version biggrin.gif

here is 720p, Single 290 and 4.8Ghz

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