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^ The 500W should be more than enough for a single-card system...

 

An i7 3770k would take up half of the build budget. The balance would just be way too poor to suggest it at this point.

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3770k is better in every possible sense and it's just fact.

The fact is this not true. In video encoding FX-8350 is on the same level as 3770K and some sites showed that it is even better. What's more, 3770K is pricier.
And he can buy better cooling for FX also and still will have money from the difference.
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Ah the fanbois....3770k is better in every possible sense and it's just fact.
If he has a microcenter nearby he can get a 20usd cooler and do 4.5ghz asnd beat any fx cpu out there with a cheaper board.

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an 8320 overclocked to 8350 speeds (can be done with stock cooler) is better value than a 3770k and offers better or similar performance.
if you are just doing video production, an 8320 with a Radeon 79xx series is your best bet.
not sure if the 78xx series supports HW acceleration for blender or cs6

if you're planning on gaming or single threaded applications, the 3770k will be better for you.
Edited by l0max - 11/26/12 at 9:32am
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an 8320 overclocked to 8350 speeds (can be done with stock cooler) is better value than a 3770k and offers better or similar performance.
if you are just doing video production, an 8320 with a Radeon 79xx series is your best bet.
if you're planning on gaming or single threaded applications, the 3770k will be better for you.

That's right, bro biggrin.gif

(with only one correction: a guy is going w/ Premiero Pro CS6 and he needs a CUDA card - but in the very near future Adobe will add OpenCL support for PPro on Windows and then we're talking wink.gif )
post #65 of 229
You're showing me a stock clocked 3770k, come on! tongue.gif
Clock that thing to 4.2ghz and bam! wink.gif
Then again he has a Microcenter nearby, a cheap z77 board comes with a 40usd discount and the 3770k is 220usd there. Now show me a better value than that, I dare you. thumb.gif
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FX-8350-57.jpg
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an 8320 overclocked to 8350 speeds (can be done with stock cooler) is better value than a 3770k and offers better or similar performance.
if you are just doing video production, an 8320 with a Radeon 79xx series is your best bet.
not sure if the 78xx series supports HW acceleration for blender or cs6
if you're planning on gaming or single threaded applications, the 3770k will be better for you.



Please do not lie to the Op i do not care what he get's but lying is not the answer.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=2372989&sku=I69-3770K 249$ Shipped
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Hokies, he even has a Microcenter nearby and can benefit from the 40usd off mobo/cpu combo. come on! (and a 220usd 3770k that is)
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so what you're saying is a 220$ 3770k and a 95$ mobo is about the same price as a 169$ 8320 and a 105$ mobo.
OPs post is about a video editing machine. all those single threaded and gaming benchmarks are moot.

if you want video editing on the cheap the 8320 still IMO is a better deal. it is cheaper.
the 3770k at microcentre is also an incredible deal, if i were close to a microcentre i'd probably jump on it too.

as has been seen in other threads the multithreaded capabilities of the 83xx series is comparable if not better in some cases, whereas the single threaded performance is lacking.
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Hokies, he even has a Microcenter nearby and can benefit from the 40usd off mobo/cpu combo. come on! (and a 220usd 3770k that is)

o_O

They will not do the 40$ off a MB in most locations.. Even tho it is only like a 10$ difference..

This is the best build for the money..
http://www.microcenter.com/product/388575/Core_i7_3770K_35GHz_LGA_1155_Processor

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so what you're saying is a 220$ 3770k and a 95$ mobo is about the same price as a 169$ 8320 and a 105$ mobo.
OPs post is about a video editing machine. all those single threaded and gaming benchmarks are moot.
if you want video editing on the cheap the 8320 still IMO is a better deal. it is cheaper.
the 3770k at microcentre is also an incredible deal, if i were close to a microcentre i'd probably jump on it too.
as has been seen in other threads the multithreaded capabilities of the 83xx series is comparable if not better in some cases, whereas the single threaded performance is lacking.

The 3770k is 4 cores 8 threaded Cpu....
I do not know where these Magic benchmarks are ur talking about...
But a 3770k clock for clock absolutely annihilate's a 8350 In 99% of the world.

And i posted tons of Multi threaded benchmarks... 3770k wins in everyone.. clock for clock by a landslide and does it using 25% less power.

This is my 24/7 3770k.. in a Multi threaded benchmark... You find me an 8350 that can beat it with there 24/7 OC and ill buy you an 8350..

Cause one at 5.2ghz and 2200mhz ram still comes no where near close...

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the 8350 or 8320 at 4ghz offers similar or better performance in multithreaded applications

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The FX-8350 can't even beat Intel's previous-generation Core i5-2550K in single-threaded applications, yet it comes very close to matching the much more expensive ($330), current-gen Core i7-3770K in multi-threaded workloads.
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