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No, it is for everything. For some reason, that's all anyone seems to do with their PC's.......
I am still a bit torn. With the money I save buying AMD, I would be that much closer to an SSD. I need to decide if it is worth getting the i5, but I can't seem to get many opinions that do not evolve around BF3 ;p

Like I said earlier...an FX8120 is probably the all around best. If you are encoding a video...bam...eight threads running at 100% getting the job done. If you are playing BF3 at 1080p...bam...frame rates so high that you can't tell you aren't running an overclocked Ivy on liquid nitrogen since you will get GPU bound before the CPU really is that big of a factor (note: this can change if you go better than 1080p and running multiple gpus...not always though)

It really is a great CPU for the money. Nothing else can come close for $160...and that is the newegg price. You might be able to get it cheaper if you looked around. The only issue with it is that you can't just buy the cheapest AM3+ motherboard for it. You will need some decent VRMs for a good overclock. For some reason this really isn't an issue on Intel boards...even the cheap ones tend to have decent power.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 12/7/12 at 8:21am
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Like I said earlier...an FX8120 is probably the all around best. If you are encoding a video...bam...eight threads running at 100% getting the job done. If you are playing BF3 at 1080p...bam...frame rates so high that you can't tell you aren't running an overclocked Ivy on liquid nitrogen since you will get GPU bound before the CPU really is that big of a factor (note: this can change if you go better than 1080p and running multiple gpus...not always though)
It really is a great CPU for the money. Nothing else can come close for $160...and that is the newegg price. You might be able to get it cheaper if you looked around. The only issue with it is that you can't just buy the cheapest AM3+ motherboard for it. You will need some decent VRMs for a good overclock. For some reason this really isn't an issue on Intel boards...even the cheap ones tend to have decent power.

For the most part, I agree with this statement. However, it would be foolish to purchase the FX-8120 when the FX-8320 is better in literally every way and in every benchmark by about 10-15% and costs 10-15% more. Invest a little more and go with Vishera.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113285&Tpk=fx-8320
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For the most part, I agree with this statement. However, it would be foolish to purchase the FX-8120 when the FX-8320 is better in literally every way and in every benchmark by about 10-15% and costs 10-15% more. Invest a little more and go with Vishera.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113285&Tpk=fx-8320

but when you are talking spending $180 for a CPU you are in the price of the Intel I5's...where even though you loose four threads you get more power in the remaining four...and then you are all that much more closer to the $220 mark where you can get a 3570K. For me at least this makes for a harder decision, heh, but some reason at $20 less the FX8120 feels like a no brainier to me. Nothing else can match it at $160...there are things that can trade blows with the FX8320 at $180.

Really it comes down tow how tight the budget is...if I can squeeze another $20 out of a budget...I probably can squeeze $40 (which would get an Intel 3470)...then I'd start looking how I squeeze $20 more to get to a 3570k...before I know it I'd have a 3770k that I don't need.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 12/7/12 at 9:03am
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but when you are talking spending $180 for a CPU you are in the price of the Intel I5's...where even though you loose four threads you get more power in the remaining four...and then you are all that much more closer to the $220 mark where you can get a 3570K. For me at least this makes for a harder decision, heh, but some reason at $20 less the FX8120 feels like a no brainier to me. Nothing else can match it at $160...there are things that can trade blows with the FX8320 at $180.

How about for a $10 difference? biggrin.gifwheee.gif

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Well, I can get the 8120 and a 990FX mobo for $235 at Microcenter. The 3570k and a Z77 Gigabyte board is $255. (I also priced it with a 970 @ $220 and a 6300/970 @ $201) Since MC is so cheap, it's still under my budget no matter which one I get.
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Well, I can get the 8120 and a 990FX mobo for $235 at Microcenter. The 3570k and a Z77 Gigabyte board is $255. (I also priced it with a 970 @ $220 and a 6300/970 @ $201) Since MC is so cheap, it's still under my budget no matter which one I get.

Hmm...I need to make the trip to microcenter more often. It is like a two hour drive for me though.

but damn...at those prices I would not go with anything less then the 3570k. The eight threads on a AMD CPU haven't been worth it thus far in my experience (or at least not worth it if a 3750k is only $20 more). The only time I've seen them actually make a real world noticeable difference is when I've been encoding a video...which unless you are working with clips is going to be a long process no matter what. Saving 10 minutes off of a 2 hour job isn't that beneficial. Personally I put them going with the option to shut the PC down when finished and leave.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 12/7/12 at 9:44am
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I agree if you are not doing massive amounts of work that would use the 8 cores dont get it. With a micro center near by the choice you have is buy the i5 or the i5.
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If you are worried about money that much just go AMD.
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OK, before I pull the trigger, anyone have any input on a better deal? I've been out of the loop for awhile and am just not relearning what's decent.
FX-6300 $140
GA-970A-UD3 $105
Samsung 2x4gb $35
Trying to get the start of a budget platform. I'd eventually add a new hdd and gpu. Is it worth looking into the FX-6100?

Hey Dral,

After looking on Newegg for a few I found this which keeps you right at your original budget, I personally have used quite a few Biostar boards in the past and never had a single bad experience with one so here ya go hope this helps a little as it will give you what I believe is a better board to OC on with the 990 Chipset instead of a 970. As for memory there are a few options I just linked what I would use.

Heres the combo with a FX6300 and a TA990FXE

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.1162457

Just my personal recommendation on RAM

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147096
The good old wonder RAM

or

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231428
I've used several sets of these and my personal experiences with Gskill stuff has always been great.

These are just my opinions but in my eyes this would give you a solid platform right now and keep you at or just under 300.00 depending on the RAM you chose. The board will also support the next generation of AM3+ chips so youd also have a upgrade path. I dont disagree with anyones opinions about Intel being a little stronger right now but the main thing it seems is will it all fit into your budget, good luck with which ever way you end up going.
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http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=16950BD9427&vpn=M5A97%20LE%20R2.0&manufacture=OTHERS 79.99
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245.99

and the ssd you want you proabably could get a decent sized used one off a member here like i did for around 50, 60 bucks, you wouldn't be disappointed ^_^
    
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