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Hi everybody, I'm looking to upgrade my computer and I'm considering taking the FX-8320 path. However it's been a bit challenging checking if the games I intend to run will perform well with this CPU with and without overclock. My objective will be to play at 1080p in a two screen setup (game on only one screen) and at least 60fps with most stuff on and high. So if possible I would be really thankful if someone took a peek on the list (random order):

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Divinity: Original Sin
The Secret World 
Saints Row IV
Remember Me
DmC: Devil May Cry
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Wolfenstein: The New Order
Murdered: Soul Suspect
Ultra Street Fighter IV
Dungeon of the Endless
Dreamfall Chapters
Thief
Wasteland 2
Payday 2

Edit: Don't worry about the GPU, I'll be updating it later to play these.

I'd expect the first/third person shooters to run great on 60hz monitor, same for the beat em up and DMC.
The Secret World might run better on intel in towns/anything with many players. (it should be very playable anyway)
Not sure about Saints Row and games I don't recognize, naturally.

edit: here's a bench for saint's row

http://gamegpu.ru/action-/-fps-/-tps/saints-row-iv-test-gpu.html
(since it's pretty huge open world, lots of units, and apparently mostly single threaded, this represents the scenario most disadvantageous to AMD)
Edited by Tivan - 1/22/15 at 6:02am
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I'd expect the first/third person shooters to run great on 60hz monitor, same for the beat em up and DMC.
The Secret World might run better on intel in towns/anything with many players. (it should be very playable anyway)
Not sure about Saints Row and games I don't recognize, naturally.

edit: here's a bench for saint's row

http://gamegpu.ru/action-/-fps-/-tps/saints-row-iv-test-gpu.html
(since it's pretty huge open world, lots of units, and apparently mostly single threaded, this represents the scenario most disadvantageous to AMD)

 

Thank you for both the analysis and that link. I didn't realize there were benchmarking websites as detailed as this one, it's proving to be very useful.

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Super-Pi stresses RAM, but with the time required to perform a given stress test, you can benchmark RAM speeds as well. I would expect IBT to perform in a similar way, if it is stressing my system fine, but why would it perform better or worse for no apparent reason if it was coded well?

If you're talking about the superpi benchmark it really does nothing in terms of testing the ram. It runs almost exclusively from cache. Ram timings will affect it greatly but it's by no means a ram stability test. Hyper Pi would work better but still is no guage of stability. IBTAVX is probably the best test I've found for RAM/IMC stability testing.
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Looking good smile.gif Prime95 blend with 6.5 gigs of RAM at 4.8 GHz and 1.44 V under load smile.gif Temps are great and this is without additional cooling on the back of the motherboard. I do have a fan on the vrm's.
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Looking good smile.gif Prime95 blend with 6.5 gigs of RAM at 4.8 GHz and 1.44 V under load smile.gif Temps are great and this is without additional cooling on the back of the motherboard. I do have a fan on the vrm's.

nice, now u can head for 4.9ghz u have the headroom thumb.gif
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Thank you for both the analysis and that link. I didn't realize there were benchmarking websites as detailed as this one, it's proving to be very useful.
you make no mention of proposed setup other than 8320 but I have no issues with my 8320 setup but it is overclocked quite a bit....the processor really does perform well even at stock but in extremely single threaded games amd trails intel a bit...with overclock the gap narrows but you said without overclock...if you do the dual monitor route try and be sure they are same size and support the same resolutions..I have a 19.and a 24 inch...it causes issues sometimes with certain games...I'm thinking it's because the 19 inch only supports 1600 X 900 and I game on the 24 at 1920 X 1080...
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nice, now u can head for 4.9ghz u have the headroom thumb.gif

Well just as you posted this a worker failed tongue.gif But yeah I can take this a little higher. Maybe I can reach 5 GHz if I open my window wink.gif
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you make no mention of proposed setup other than 8320 but I have no issues with my 8320 setup but it is overclocked quite a bit....the processor really does perform well even at stock but in extremely single threaded games amd trails intel a bit...with overclock the gap narrows but you said without overclock...if you do the dual monitor route try and be sure they are same size and support the same resolutions..I have a 19.and a 24 inch...it causes issues sometimes with certain games...I'm thinking it's because the 19 inch only supports 1600 X 900 and I game on the 24 at 1920 X 1080...

 

 

Didn't mention the setup since I've yet to decide on some components. As for the overclock, I guess I didn't make myself clear. I asked for feedback with and without overclock. I intend to overclock down the line, however to save some money upfront I'm delaying the cooler. Also I don't intend to play across the two screens, and usually use the second one for other stuff (chats, browser...). Thanks for the feedback!

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OCCT was still running strong when I woke up. Passed IBT Max 20 Runs, OCCT 7 hours, I don't think I need to bother trying to run Prime right away right?
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Hi everybody, I'm looking to upgrade my computer and I'm considering taking the FX-8320 path. However it's been a bit challenging checking if the games I intend to run will perform well with this CPU with and without overclock. My objective will be to play at 1080p in a two screen setup (game on only one screen) and at least 60fps with most stuff on and high. So if possible I would be really thankful if someone took a peek on the list (random order):

But researching is the fun when you're preparing to build a PC. Not fun for people doing the research for others though (sometimes). Just by looking at the list of games the only games that might be somewhat challenging would be Thief and Wolfenstein: The New Order. The rest shouldn't be hard at all for 60FPS and above with a good (really good) video card. As for comparison of stock and OC speeds I guess you can look at the CPU benchmark portion of the game benchmarks at Techspot.

http://www.techspot.com/features/gaming/gaming-benchmarks/

When Thief was released an 8320 + 290X got an AVG of 43FPS at slightly higher resolution than 1080P with Max settings. OC the CPU to 4GHz it got 47 and at 4.5GHz it got 53FPS. Then later Techspot did a benchmark using the Mantle API. With Mantle the avg is about 57FPS. I have an FX 8350 + R9 290 and I get an AVG FPS of 59-60 on Maxed out settings (probably not AA) in the built in benchmark. Recent games like Inquisition and Far Cry 4 will get AVG FPS of 59 and 66 at stock 8320 speeds and then 62 and 71 when OCed to 4.5GHz and paired with a GTX 980.
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Didn't mention the setup since I've yet to decide on some components. As for the overclock, I guess I didn't make myself clear. I asked for feedback with and without overclock. I intend to overclock down the line, however to save some money upfront I'm delaying the cooler. Also I don't intend to play across the two screens, and usually use the second one for other stuff (chats, browser...). Thanks for the feedback!

Ok well considering my brother has a 1090t and a hd6870 and plays wow etc with no fps issues I'd say go for the 8350 and a sabretooth board, overclock the bananas out of it with an SSD as boot drive and live happily ever after, in terms of GPU I don't know what to suggest to you, as I type this Nvida have just launched the 960 which is aimed at you from your list of games and can be overclocked to 1.5ghz (the gigabyte G1 gaming 960 anyway) but with AMD launching sometime this year I cannot comment on buying one of those or an AMD card.

Try not to listen to intel biased people when it comes to card throttling etc, its bull, all you need to do is overclock the board slightly and you'll get your intel performance gains at no extra cost.
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