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Not to be a conspiracy theorist but I have a feeling vampirr and xyzz are the same guy. Both joined this month and their first posts are only a few minutes apart. And if I'm in error I most sincerely apologize.
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so you'd install HL2 Coast every time you turn your computer back on? lol

No, AMD Radeon RAMDisk can save even if you turn your computer off. Only liability is a bit longer shutdown and getting up windows but it can be solved with an SSD just for OS. AMD Radeon RAMDisk saves all that data if you have a proper configuration of your RAM...
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No, AMD Radeon RAMDisk can save even if you turn your computer off. Only liability is a bit longer shutdown and getting up windows but it can be solved with an SSD just for OS. AMD Radeon RAMDisk saves all that data if you have a proper configuration of your RAM...

really? I didn't know that, that's pretty cool!

Is this exclusive to AMD branded RAM only?
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really? I didn't know that, that's pretty cool!

Is this exclusive to AMD branded RAM only?

No
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really? I didn't know that, that's pretty cool!

Is this exclusive to AMD branded RAM only?

Works fine on all RAM and works best on X79 due to the amount of memory slots...
 
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Well I can't say that I'm a complete amateur with AE and autodesk,but I;m not an expert also biggrin.gif. I know what I'm doing and what effect I want to achieve when I edit a video.
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Well Sponge- we are not the same guy biggrin.gif . Actually idk why some1 would bother to create 2 accounts and then post threads, so he can answer himself biggrin.gif. I joined so I could get some help to decide whether I shoudl get the core i7 or the fx 8350.
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Go for FX 8350, you can go with cheaper FX 8320 and buy a air cooler like Hyper 212 Evo and clock it to FX 8350 level and FX 8350 beats i5 3570k 8/10 situations while against i7 3770k is only beating in couple of things and why I am recommending FX 8350/8320? Streaming...

AMD's processors are great for streaming because most games use 2-4 and rarely 6 core's so like Xsplit it uses all other available core's that those games don't use and also you can do some extreme multitasking compared to i7 3770k. If you only game get i5 3570k or FX 6300...

Intel has great processors so does the AMD, even thought AMD is not good as Intel if I told you why and how it affected everything you will see the true face of Intel or would not believe me.

AMD made a flop with Bulldozer while they fixed all and made some considerable improvements with Piledriver(Bulldozer 2.0) and by end of this year Steamroller(Bulldozer 3.0) will arrive with some serious improvements and potentially rival Intel's Haswell. Haswell is out in June this year and Steamroller will be out by Q4 of 2013 or Q1 of 2014.

AMD's current processors don't have a great single-thread performance compared to Intel, so in older games you will see considerable difference, but in the future you will see that FX 8350 can have nearly the same performance than i7 3770k and then beats it. Since it has 4 modules with each module having 2 core's you have great and superior multitasking performance that beats hyperthreading. Hyper-Threading is nothing special, if you got an i3 and its a Dual Core and with HT the windows see it as a Quad Core but those two extra cores are virtual/fake and it only has 12% per core performance extra but its only good for programs and some games that may use it but otherwise its useless.

The architecture of Bulldozer is towards multi-tasking and by each new iteration/generation there will be drastic improvements. More and more programs and games are multi-threaded and single-threading is useful important for older programs and games or newer that are badly programmed.

AMD's Piledriver(Bulldozer 2.0)-"Vishera" FX 8350 is 32nm processor that competes with Ivy Bridge i7 3770k that is a 22nm processor, so gap is 10nm and AMD's processor can catch up in performance. Ofcourse since AMD's current processors are 32nm they have considerably larger power consumption compared to Intel's 22nm processor, anyway Haswell will be also 22nm processor with some slight improvements but nothing special.

Steamroller(Bulldozer 3.0) is a successor to Piledriver(Bulldozer 2.0) and its expected to have 20 to 30% better performance because its going to be produced in 28nm so its 4nm smaller than Piledriver and 6nm bigger than Ivy/Haswell. So gap betwen AMD and Intel will be 6 and not 10nm.

AMD is a much smaller company with 50 times less money than Intel and what they can do is incredible, they also produce APU's(their own technology) that are a beast for the price and Kaveri will be out by the end of 2013 that will have Steamroller core's and a full Radeon HD 7xxx series inside and even support onboard GDDR5 memory so upgrading will be cheaper in the long run.

Intel changes CPU sockets every 1.5 or rarely 2.5 years while AMD socket lasts for 4-5 years...

AM3+ socket will be used for next 2 to 3 years...

He wants the CPU for playing sc2 yet you still recommend amd?

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He wants the CPU for playing sc2 yet you still recommend amd?

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I don't think I've played a game at that resolution since 2006 tongue.gif
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I don't think I've played a game at that resolution since 2006 tongue.gif

StarCraft 2 is a great game with and heavy single-thread focused but playing at 1024x768 is just 2004, so its not valid. Who plays nowadays games under 720p? SIngle-Threading in games that are made pre-2010 Is acceptable but StarCraft 2 is an dissapointmed in engine department.
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