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the 8350 or 8320 at 4ghz offers similar or better performance in multithreaded applications
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You are comparing a 4GHz 8350 vs a 3.5GHz 3770K. Hookies is comparing them clock for clock @ 4GHz, which makes the 3770K considerably better. They can generally OC to the same amount give or take 100MHz/200MHz.

Also to the guy who said the 8350 can do 4.7GHz on a stock cooler you completely ignored my post.
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4.7GHz is not going to happen with the stock cooler, if it even happens at all. Unless he does not care about temps. You can put any CPU at any frequency on the stock cooler, but when you put stress on it the temps are going to skyrocket (CPU can still be stable), but temps would not be wanted for 24/7 at all without risking major degradation of the chip.
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Yeah, vs a stock clocked 3770k is pretty decent but only for multi threaded stuff.
I'd rather get something a bit beefier for $400 as Hokies suggested, but if the OP can't afford it he won't lose too much performance if he still gets the CUDA card for gpu acceleration.
If he were to get an fx8120 then yeah, no way...new that is.

*we're talking stock clocks ofc, if OP overclocks his cpu (and his is ocn after all...) the 3770k reigns in bang/buck atm.
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the 8350 or 8320 at 4ghz offers similar or better performance in multithreaded applications
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So with 500 more mhz it wins in this one Benchmark by .05 mili seconds.

The 8320 is clocked at 3.5ghz same as the 3770k and is the same cpu as the 8350... Do you see the results there? Clean Sweep...
We do not buy our 3770K to run them stock.. we overclock them..

Amd gave that chip a High Stock clock as a Marketing ploy avg joe goes into best buy see's 8 cores and 4ghz he is all over it cause he does not know any better..

Clock for clock bud.

the 3770k is an Unlocked Processor and will do 4ghz on stock voltage with the stock cooler...


Edited by Hokies83 - 11/26/12 at 12:25pm
    
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for 220$ the microcentre deal is amazing. like i said if i was an american close to a microcentre i'd probably jump on it.
if op misses out on the deal then there is no doubt which platform is cheaper offering comparable performance.
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We do not buy our 3770K to run them stock.. we overclock them..
Amd gave that chip a High Stock clock as a Marketing ploy avg joe goes into best buy see's 8 cores and 4ghz he is all over it cause he does not know any better..
Clock for clock bud.
the 3770k is an Unlocked Processor and will do 4ghz on stock voltage with the stock cooler...
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the 8320 is an unlocked processor and will do 4ghz on stock voltage with the stock cooler. saving you 30$ over the 8350.
clock for clock it's obvious that the 3770k is a better processor, normally costing upwards of 300$ @ 220$ it's an obvious buy.
the 8320 is 169$ and offers comparable performance.
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for 220$ the microcentre deal is amazing. like i said if i was an american close to a microcentre i'd probably jump on it.
if op misses out on the deal then there is no doubt which platform is cheaper offering comparable performance.
the 8320 is an unlocked processor and will do 4ghz on stock voltage with the stock cooler. saving you 30$ over the 8350.
clock for clock it's obvious that the 3770k is a better processor, normally costing upwards of 300$ @ 220$ it's an obvious buy.
the 8320 is 169$ and offers comparable performance.

30%=50% Slower is not comparable. 10% is comparable.

10% clock for clock in Multi threaded Apps The 3570k does that with a bare 4 cores VS the 8350.
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post #76 of 229
Yeah, if you're nowhere nearby a Tigerdirect or Microcenter, or outside the US, an fx8320 with a decent board might be ok for a budget build, but I'd still go with an I5 if possible, even used 2500k for gaming and general purpose rig. For multi thread applications the fx8320 might be better suited than the I5, as long as you can't find it cheap. A used 2600k might be good too, there's a 210usd one in the classies here. thumb.gif
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those anandtech benches i posted don't show 50%, they show comparable performance. 90% of the performance of a 3770k in the pov ray bench. when op is looking for a cheap build for multithreaded applications, the 8320 is just behind according to the benches i posted. overclock it to 4ghz or even more with a proper cooler and the difference is minute.

for a cheap build the 8320 gets my vote.
if you can get the microcentre deal OP go for it.
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If you plan on working a lot with Blender then I would highly recommend you go with an Intel build. While the main rendering in Blender is fully threaded and can leverage the power of a AMD chip there is also a lot of stuff that has poor multithread support. Some of the stuff is the physics simulations, the various scene preparations like ray tree/occlusion building not to mention viewport speed (also dependent on the graphics).

In the real world even Intels 3570k will out do the FX-8350 especially if your scene has lots of polygons.

Also get as much ram as you can as After effects eats the stuff for breakfast (I have 12GB and am always running out)
    
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those anandtech benches i posted don't show 50%, they show comparable performance. 90% of the performance of a 3770k in the pov ray bench. when op is looking for a cheap build for multithreaded applications, the 8320 is just behind according to the benches i posted. overclock it to 4ghz or even more with a proper cooler and the difference is minute.
for a cheap build the 8320 gets my vote.
if you can get the microcentre deal OP go for it.

Clock for clock it is 30% = 50%

The real Shocking thing is this... And may Alarm you...

6 core Deneb Vs 6 Cores of Vishera.



Vishera cores are slower then Deneb cores clock for clock... Keep in mind 300mhz Advantage to the 6300 .. add 300mhz to the 1090t... and it would be Ugly.


Edited by Hokies83 - 11/26/12 at 12:54pm
    
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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.

Guys... just stop it with the 3770k. Unless one can find a good deal on it, it takes up more than half the build budget and would be an insensible choice esp. given the GPU performance sacrifice to meet budget, which is important in some of these GPU accelerated apps.

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