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Looks like AMD is the best overall cpu when you consider pricing. Proves you don't need a 300+ cpu for games. So if some one wants to build a killer crysis rig you tell them amd.

Could you post a link to the source? I've been looking for it but have had no luck finding it. Thx.
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post #8782 of 66957
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Price ≠ Total cost of ownership. Once you factor in the additional costs of a beefier heatsink and additional case fans to counteract the excess heat generated (vs. the i5-3570K), the higher-capacity PSU required to power such an inefficient CPU, and the raw cost of electricity involved to run the much higher-wattage system in the first place, I don't see these so-called "savings" you speak of.

Maybe if you live in the high Arctic and have it pull double-duty as a space heater perhaps, but otherwise...

You do realize the total difference in electricity costs is about 80 cents a month right?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4et7kDGSRfc&list=UUNovoA9w0KnxyDP5bGrOYzg&index=15
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You do realize the total difference in electricity costs is about 80 cents a month right?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4et7kDGSRfc&list=UUNovoA9w0KnxyDP5bGrOYzg&index=15

It's not usually even that, but it depends on where you live. In large cities with high cost of living, it can be $0.80/mo., but in most places it's been figured out to be about $30 after 5 years, or about $0.50/mo. Also, if you overclock, the difference is even less because the Piledriver chips consume less wattage clock-for-clock than Sandy/Ivy on overclocks. They had it figured out somewhere (I think it was the same Tek Syndicate video you posted) that a fairly modest but equal amount overclock on each system resulted in the AMD only costing about $0.30/mo more to run IIRC.
Edited by Clowerweb - 2/20/13 at 3:45am
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post #8784 of 66957
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Could you post a link to the source? I've been looking for it but have had no luck finding it. Thx.

http://gamegpu.ru/action-/-fps-/-tps/crysis-3-test-gpu.html

Should be this one.
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I don't see a piledriver in your signature. I reported you but the mods don't seem to want to do anything.

The main reasons why I went AMD over Intel this round are:

1. Intel fanboys who think they are cool because they bought a cheap heat sink and overclocked by simply raising the multiplier.

2. This superiority complex that seems to be getting worse with the Intel crowd. You raised your CPU multiplier, good job! That takes a lot of skill!

3. I need multi-thread performance more than single and the difference in cost wasn't worth it.

4. This is what overclocking is like on LGA1155 http://gettingsmart.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/training-wheels.jpeg

You obviously haven't been around for a very long time if you think that it's rare for a chip to *gasp* need better cooling for better overclocks. But it's nice to see someone with an H100i complaining about having to spend more money on CPU cooling.

I don't normally like to poke the bear but I love #4. The rest are true too, and are pretty much why I normally go with AMD. I'm one of those people that avoid I-anything for the same reasons, but that's a whole different bear to poke. tongue.gif
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Check in. . .
I got lucky and found a nice cheap combo of Gigabyte 990XA-UD3 + Fx 8320, just assembled 'em this afternoon.
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RE "need beefier PSU": My Rosewill Green 630W which I bought for $40 a year ago is handling 1.55v CPU (FX-8350) and 1.35v GPU (HD6970) + dual loop just fine.
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Fantastic video here folks with a real world review,

http://teksyndicate.com/videos/amd-fx-8350-oc-vs-i5-3570k-oc-battle-continues

Also new ASUS 990FX board inbound with PCI E gen 3
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/SABERTOOTH-990FX-GEN3-ASUS-Motherboard,news-42762.html
Edited by PaddieMayne - 2/20/13 at 7:29am
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Fantastic video here folks with a real world review,

http://teksyndicate.com/videos/amd-fx-8350-oc-vs-i5-3570k-oc-battle-continues

Not this ****u again
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LOL... dude is on a mission to get as many people worked up as possible. tongue.gif
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