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according to what I can see via microcenter, at least going by the st Louis brentwood location website. an intel setup with a 3570k and an asus p8z77-v motherboard is $306.38. meanwhile the FX 8350 with a gigabyte 990fxa-ud3 rev 3.0 actually comes to $315.14. on the one hand if this were just about price this particular intel setup is cheaper....but the OP has mentioned use of design software and VMs.....and we all know that the 8350 can run with the 3770k in multithreaded apps......and this is the 3770k we are talking about which is the big brother of the 3570k. and the intel setup I found to be cheaper is the 3570k. for a 3770k with the same board the price skyrockets to a sickening $393.93. plus socket 1155 is a dead socket....no more chips are going to be produced for it. foolhardy to jump on socket 1155 now that its run its course. OP, if you choose the Intel setup its your call, if you choose the amd setup its still your call. if it were even just about gaming you would still probably be more then happy with an amd chip and board. haswell will use socket 1150 and steamroller is comfirmed to be am3+.....futureproofing is in the pudding. do what makes you happy. just keep in mind everyone....just because you like one or the other doesn't mean we have to have an e-peen constest. is the least cost efficient setup of the 3770k and asus board which is on a dead socket sensible....easy answer to me is no. I don't believe the scant 2-5 fps in games makes the extra near $80 worthwhile in my opinion. plus if you wish to upgrade.....youll be changing your board and chip at the same time anyway.

thanks for the unbiased reply! Yeah i am going to stick with amd. in day to day things, Im not gonna see any difference (or none im aware of, ive never had an i5/i7), and gaming is mostlly reliant on graphics, and If i get even 5-7 fps more on intel, well...oh well. Im planning to upgrade my gfx in the future to a 7950, an amazing price with insane overclocking ability, surpassing the 670. And, thhe 990fx-ud3 has Xfire support, so If i ever want to, I could plop in another 7950 in the future. I dont like upgrading a lot, mainly because of the costs. Gaming is a large hobby, but I have other, more important things to spend my money on haha. I mean, my phenom at 4ghz is still kickin pretty well, I just figured, im making a little more money with this new job, and I can afford an upgrade, so, why not future proof the MOBO at least with the am3+, and top of the line AMD processor?
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yea I feel ya on that. I will say for sure that steamroller is tagged for AM3+ so you do have some future proofing. if you end up going fx 8350 youll be quite happy. its a great chip.
 
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if you staying AMD then just get the FX-8320 unless the FX-8350 is on sale for around the same price..
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They are both very good processors but to kinda cut straight to the point Intel i5 is better with just gaming nothing else but AMD is better when your livestreaming or recording or maybe rendering a video. The i5 could be better if you did a oc but thats the good thing about the 8350 you dont need to oc it for it to be better.


Intel Stronger with pure gaming

AMD Stronger with livestreaming/recording
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FX8350. Games are getting more and more core support due to the PS4's 8-core CPU. Crysis 3 for example which supports all 8 cores runs way better on a 8350 than a 3570k. Rendering/ video editing is the same. The 8350 is slightly behind the 3570k in terms of raw FPU performance, but if instructions like AVX and SSE come into the game the 8350 is stronger. Both CPUs are running on sockets which will be retired soon, but AM3+ will be around for Steamroller still while 1155 is going to die with the release of Haswell.
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For gaming, if you leave it at stock then 3570k, but if you will throw some money at watercooling and give it some OC love it, then the 8350 would come out on top, for me at least. With 8350 you will also have a good upgrade path unlike on the 1155 which will be dead after Ivy.

The best option, imo, would be wait for Haswell.
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I just think the I5 3570k will be lacking since the I5 3570k is a quad core without hyperthreading and given next gen consoles will bring heavier multithreaded games the new consoles will have to be more multithreaded to operate on a x86 jaquar 8core AMD@1.6ghz at the helm that is just facts which like i previously stated will leverage the benefit of the quad I5 3570k without hyperthreading and will more than likely bring AMD FX's performance higher in games since games will be highly optimized for that style of CPU.

I say this because 90% of games are first made for consoles then ported over to PC with the consoles using same x86 CPU basicaly just lowwer clocked and dx11-dx11.1 APU in range of ATI HD 7650-7850 i see that bringing alot of heavy optimizations for AMD also from game design / coding and programing wise.

also dont chime in saying it isnt a little brother design to the FX it is a bobcat style CPU this i know but the basics of the architecture is basicaly the same.

I have and had no intention of turning this into a flame war but i want to point out the consoles have always been the limiting factor in games since a complete redesign of a game from console to PC isnt feesible for the companies making them the next gen brings PC components into the picture and outs the secondary arm processors and such from past and whole seperate graphics also now they are moving into the future with a design to be more PC like period unlike ever in the past.

With this brings a whole new lvl of graphics capability and a whole new amount of CPU core utilization available and also brings the console and PC closer to the lvl where they can easily be made for both by one team rather than console version being made then PC version being made after console version from the console version coding / programing.
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Hmm I would definitely go for AMD 8350 I just built a new setup with this CPU im verry happy its 8 cote ( I know useless atm but in the near feature programs and games will use more cores and the amd ones are physical not virtual!).

Currently my pc with few programs running only 4 cores work @20% and the auto boost from my.mobo has set the cpu @4.22ghz

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this thread was dead for three weeks already...
you AMD fans..

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