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nope
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that is true also, AMD is really good for the money with a budget, you can't beat them in that. I do agree the i3's don't perform as well as AMD at that price point. I myself wouldn't even consider an i3 for a small budget, I would go AMD if that was the case.

IMO the 8350 doesn't necessarily beat a 3570K, they're different CPUs geared towards different tasks. The Intel is a bit better overall in gaming ( in a CPU bound scenario) but the FX is more flexible, offering noteworthy performance in multi-threaded applications. It really depends on what you want to do with your rig.

The only thing holding i3s back is the fact that they're locked ( seriously, I can't stress this enough). They're zippy little processors, but the fx gets the edge because it's unlocked.

read though my post, I said that the i5 does a bit better in some games (although 8350 does better in BF3 just saying) it's just MO that that 1-5FPS in %10-15 of games doesn't make up for how well the 8350 is in multithreaded. even better then the i7 in most cases (8150 was about equal) but since the i7 is close, with the higher IPC I would say the i7 is a better proc if not a better deal. but for the i5 I don't feel that way. I'm biased though, I'm not a gamer and the few times I do push my CPU past it's 800MHz power save it's on all four of it's cores thumb.gif have an X4 but would buy an 8350 if I had the money.

@ PWNzilla

I can't think of a quad core that's not 'decent' provided it's above 2.5GHz, maybe 3 for a bulldozer rolleyes.gif basically for a standard, good system today you should have 8GBs of ram, any desktop quad core, and at least a TB of 7200RPM space. a gamer will toss in a GPU and if you have the money some toss in SSD's, but quad/8GB/1TB is a standard respectable config.
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post #23 of 75
The answer is NO!!

Now as far as games go... some are more CPU dependent than others. Tbh you'd be amazed how many games don't see a performance boost when upgrading to a high-end CPU. It honestly depends on how the engine/game is coded. For example some engines support multicore rendering and some don't. Some do things like offload shadow rendering to the CPU.. but most games just cap the CPU which is why you see no difference between processors.
    
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You would not get an advantage IF the Intel and the AMD cpu have the EXACT same performance level. However, i've heard that if you have an Nvidia card in an AMD mobo there was problems, i don't know if its still is now.
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No problems with my nvidia gpu working with an AMD cpu
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People are ignorant that the OP and other people like him don't know much about computers so they think that AMD has a "special" relationship with ATI cards, in a way that they have hardware based advantages that are specifically designed by AMD for the purpose of benefiting ATI cards. This simply isn't the case to anyone's knowledge.

And NVIDIA does not have a deal with Intel where they share information to create these hardware level advantages in how they interact with one another.

The performance of products in question is what everyone is getting their undies stuck on and getting into a "Oh boy! Intel AMD war! Lemme hop in and share my piece!" doh.gif
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1) ATI doesn't exist. AMD bought them and now AMD makes both CPU's and GPU's
2) Most benchmarking sites claim that Intel CPU's perform better than AMD CPU's in gaming workloads, but some recent tests contradict this and say that an AMD FX-8350 trades blows with most of the upper tier Intel chips in a lot of games.
3) No, AMD components are not paired up and no, Intel/NVidia components do not pair up (which would make no sense anyways since Intel and NVidia are TOTALLY different companies who even compete in many markets)
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1) ATI doesn't exist. AMD bought them and now AMD makes both CPU's and GPU's
2) Most benchmarking sites claim that Intel CPU's perform better than AMD CPU's in gaming workloads, but some recent tests contradict this and say that an AMD FX-8350 trades blows with most of the upper tier Intel chips in a lot of games.
3) No, AMD components are not paired up and no, Intel/NVidia components do not pair up (which would make no sense anyways since Intel and NVidia are TOTALLY different companies who even compete in many markets)


By some recent tests, you mean the crackhead Logan right?
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By some recent tests, you mean the crackhead Logan right?

No, he probably means tests like these: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)














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Bottom two graphs are gpu limited. Nice way to not prove your point? The top one... not sure how you're using that. Either it's barely staying ahead of a stock 920 or it's just behind a i5 with a 800mhz clock advantage?
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