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I like how this thread has turned about Intel vs AMD and who has the better system! How classic.

It's a thread about hardware being compared, what did you expect was going to happen? rolleyes.gif
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Running water loop?.

Nope..
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Wish a game like this (or all games) would come with a simple benchmark frown.gif

I mean......it's not like Crytek didn't expect this to be a benchmark game
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I like how this thread has turned about Intel vs AMD and who has the better system! How classic.

Once their is something good about amd, the thread will always go this way. smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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AMD has a very good multi-core performance, which is significantly higher than that of processors Intel. This explains the very good results relative to its CPU opponent.
May I remark that I have read some news today that state Intel use L2 cache for intercore coherency and that AMD use crosspath to link the cores. Intel's approach leverages single core performance and low power consumption and AMD's accentuate core interdependency and sustained bandwidth.
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I have never seen a civilized discussion here on OCN.net without people getting into fights about who has the better system and whatnot. Can't we all be happy for ONCE that the AMD's CPUs actually beat the Intel's CPUs at SOMETHING?
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Wow.....I never said solely to play crysis, I said it was my main game I built my rig around, on a budget. I love how you post cherry picked reviews. Here is a review done by the same site showing a FX-8350 beating the 3570K in just about every multithreaded benchmark they post.
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6396/the-vishera-review-amd-fx8350-fx8320-fx6300-and-fx4300-tested/2

Not bad for being alot cheaper, and not have to deal with massive temp problems that plagues Ivy bridge. Yes it gets beat in single threaded apps, but it was not ment to be a strong single threaded CPU it was ment for multithreaded apps and games, Hence why it is beating the i5 in those benches and in this game.

I chose the route of cheaper CPU in order to get better GPU setup. Hence why my rig performs better in this game then those with a 3570K and a single 7970.
You mention integrated GPU as your argument to go Intel? lmao, biggest facepalm ever.......

Also, there is almost no difference between PCIE 3 and PCIE 2, sorry but your argument fails again.

In heavy hitter games like these your gonna want more of a GPU budget then a CPU budget. I went that route and have been calling it since the alpha of this game. Final version is here and guess what, I have the best bang for my buck.

Also, as a side note if a game with a outdated engine like Black ops 2 can utilize 6 cores, its a safe bet that better engines will atleast do the same. Not to mention games will now be coded for AMD 8 cores. SO why would I recommend a more expensive Intel 4 core? lol


P.S. I owned a 3570K and was pissed about how crappy they OC compared to my last 2500k, the heat is just increddible. So since then I have been enjoying my 4.8GHz six core on a mediocre cooler. thumb.gif

Should look at what you actually linked "general use benchmark" for your "multi threaded argument." And if you've ever used the "bench" section of anandtech it brings you to the same benchmark page that I linked and no there was no cherry picking and its a joke to think that "just about every multithreaded benchmark" you couldn't even pick one where it actually won. Recount the benchmark page you linked; there are 11 benches and 8350 beat 3570k 5/11 times. Last time I was able to do math 5 didn't beat 6.
Next you bring in the overstatement of ivy bridge having heat issues, realistically when you compare the TDP between ivy bridge and 8350 (77tdp vs 125tdp) it's a big win for intel at a 22nm die vs 32nm. And when you speak of heat issue, think about which one actually produces more heat, a 4core no HT or a 8core. Bring me proof 8350 has lower temps than 3570k at overclocked settings. You need to reread what you originally wrote to see that you stated you built your rig for crisis 3, and yes its pretty much crisis 3 at this point because I don't see vishera winning else where.

I mentioned iGPU because it's still an offering intel provided ergo resulting in the additional cost not simply just a premium cost(though there are some).
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I just realized, if you look at that chart, the 6100 is basically a lower clocked 6300. Now if you compare the clock of the 6100 vs the 2500k, which has the same clocks, look how terrible it does vs the 2500k. So yea, I agree, I would take a 2500k over that.

Except a 6100 is BD based on the 6300 PD based.
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Bottom line. I payed 80 bucks less for close to the same performance in the games that matter to me. FX FTW! thumb.gif
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Bottom line. I payed 80 bucks less for close to the same performance in the games that matter to me. FX FTW! thumb.gif

Bottom line I paid even less for a 2500k and get amazing performance no matter what game I chose to play, IPC FTW! thumb.gif
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