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How much percents is the G1610 faster than the E5300? And could I play some newer and games which are going to be released in the next, let's say 1-2 years with the G1610?
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The G is much quicker, quite a few generations younger and no, the G wont stack up very well in todays games, no matter the future ones. But that all depends on games you play and what graphics card you got
     
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How much percents is the G1610 faster than the E5300? And could I play some newer and games which are going to be released in the next, let's say 1-2 years with the G1610?

The inherent problem with the G1610 is that it's a 2-core, 2-thread chip. As programmers' ability to properly utilize several cores in "AAA"-class games progresses over the next couple years, a 2-thread chip like the G1610 will become a serious bottleneck in terms of performance scaling.

However I get the feeling that you have a tight budget to work with, and the least-expensive current chip that would be any different costs about 2.5 times more (the 2-core / 4-threaded i3-3220), and the optimal solution costs four times more (the 4-core / 4-threaded i5-3570K).
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The inherent problem with the G1610 is that it's a 2-core, 2-thread chip. As programmers' ability to properly utilize several cores in "AAA"-class games progresses over the next couple years, a 2-thread chip like the G1610 will become a serious bottleneck in terms of performance scaling.

However I get the feeling that you have a tight budget to work with, and the least-expensive current chip that would be any different costs about 2.5 times more (the 2-core / 4-threaded i3-3220), and the optimal solution costs four times more (the 4-core / 4-threaded i5-3570K).
I have really tight budget, and I am planing to use this CPU about a year or so. Playing at 1440x900, not aiming for ultra settings. My plan is, like I said, to use this CPU about a year, then buy some better one, like i5, when the prices are going to fall a little bit.
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