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Oh wow, so in terms of fps it wont matter what cpu I have?
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In situations where the engine is limited, such as tons of players in the area, to many effects on the screen. Your still limited by the game engine and its poor optimizations. CPU is supposed to be a strong player in WoW. However like the comment by Kuivamaa is also a reflection of the how my Wow has played on both AMD and Intel. I can supply some WoW benchmarks of sort if needed, however i am currently on X58 and Westmere (intel). I have an X79 i could try to do testing on but i do not have anything past that.
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I currently have enough money for either the

a) AMD 8350 + Asus sabertooth/ gigabyte 990fx ud3 revision 4

or save up for option b

b) i7 4790k with a z97 mainboard

The main tasks I will use the pc for are gaming in World of warcraft, streaming and video processing after raids. Having used the misses old i5 rendering in vegas was quite slow with huge cpu usage and rendered the system useless until the processing was finished.

I am using the 8320 for WoW and game footage recording too.

This dude gets a minimum of around 34 fps outside shrine with a 4770k at 4.4 or somewhat less,according to his description. In that spot with my 8320 at 4.1Ghz,also at ultra I get 33Fps minimum equally crowded, with the 7870XT . With the 3770 (stock ofc) i drop in the 20s but that has a weak quadro. This game has a terrible engine,and it will run like a dog .no matter what the cpu. That said, both the i7 and the 8350 will raid and stream quite well.

It goes something like this - AMD system dips to 30 fps during raid " omg AMD is terrible for WOW" - Intel dips to 33 fps during same raid "omg what a terrible game engine" lol
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It does matter what cpu you use. For example my llano laptop will drop in the teens during raiding. You do need a minimum of strength. to keep decent performance. What I am saying is that when it comes to 8350 vs 4790k, when things get ugly (lots of players and action) they,just like every cpu out there will have big framedrops.


Another video, a dude with a pentium G3258@4.6Ghz and a 290X at high/ultra@1440p. Guess what? Same area (outside the shrine),same performance. 33fps.

We can sit here discussing how superior intel is for wow. I have played that game using ,Athlons.C2D, C2Q, i5s,i7s (even a 4.8GHz 3960X), FX etc. The end experience between the 8350 and 4790k will be about the same.
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It does matter what cpu you use. For example my llano laptop will drop in the teens during raiding. You do need a minimum of strength. to keep decent performance. What I am saying is that when it comes to 8350 vs 4790k, when things get ugly (lots of players and action) they,just like every cpu out there will have big framedrops.


Another video, a dude with a pentium G3258@4.6Ghz and a 290X at high/ultra@1440p. Guess what? Same area (outside the shrine),same performance. 33fps.

We can sit here discussing how superior intel is for wow. I have played that game using ,Athlons.C2D, C2Q, i5s,i7s (even a 4.8GHz 3960X), FX etc. The end experience between the 8350 and 4790k will be about the same.

You must be wrong, i constantly read on here (OCN) how superior Intel is to AMD in sigle threaded or MMO's. This is heresy!!!
post #41436 of 67694
Wow so save the 200 bucks and get the same performance you reckin?
post #41437 of 67694
Well I already voted with my wallet (wow takes a big chunk of my game time). Been going both through my usual games and backlog these days and I am very happy with my choice. OBS recording works like a charm too.
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Is the Gigabyte 990fx ud3 r4 a good mainboard to pair up with that cpu? I also see that the 8370e is now available for purchase in Australia with almost the exact same price as the 8350
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this was the 7970 rig

I am having difficulty with this bench at that resolution. When i run it i get this:



This doesn't look right. I'm only seeing what appears to be 1080 worth of graphics.
post #41440 of 67694
ok so as seen I have a custom water loop for my fx 8350. I have an overclock of 4.8 with 1.46v. Now I haven't had any unstable issues. But I was wondering about ram timing and overclocking ram. First I have 2 x 4gb kingston hyper fury 1600 ram. I have it set manual to 1600 in bios. I oc to 4.8 by disabling the normal things and upping the multiplier and voltage as stated above. Anyone have any idea what I should set my memory timing for and will it make a difference changing the timing? Also it only game and edit a little footage for YouTube uploads so will oc my ram help or be worth it? Thanks Jim
    
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