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post #21 of 42
If you want to save up some cash you can get FX 8350:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/102?vs=697

Since you already have AM3 motherboard, so get an SSD or a better GPU or a 75$ cooler and get stable 5Ghz biggrin.gif

Steamroller could have single threaded performance of Sandy Bridge while in multi threaded it could slain Ivy/Haswell 300$ i7

FX 8350 vs i5 3570k:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/701?vs=697

If you want go Intel then go, but I rather reccomend you wait for haswell.
post #22 of 42
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Is that a possibility with an 125mm air fan?

Anything is possible if you come an Intel fan biggrin.gif Ohy ! Just being sourcustard - I like amd and intel thumb.gif
post #23 of 42
OP you will see great improvement. Most noticeable is when you do any kind of multitasking.
I went from a Q9550 to my 3770k. I do some recording work and with the Q9550 I would often experience audio de-sync from frames dropping. Running single programs the Q9550 was a beast in cpu intensive games, or single threaded games with multi-core support.

All 'lag' was totally fixed with the 3770k while recording. So it is a huge improvement overall as it is able to run the game at high fps and record video and audio in two separate programs simultaneously with little performance impact.

Newer games also run a lot faster, 10+ fps in most cases for cpu intensive games like ArmA2(OA) and Shogun 2.
While the Q9550 was able to drive my GTX470 just fine the 3770k just does it a lot better. In fact except when I'm encoding the 3770k never really seems to sweat at all, maybe %50 usage total, while the Q9550 I often was able to get up to %75-%100 load with the same tasks.
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Originally Posted by vampirr View Post

If you want to save up some cash you can get FX 8350:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/102?vs=697

Since you already have AM3 motherboard, so get an SSD or a better GPU or a 75$ cooler and get stable 5Ghz biggrin.gif

Steamroller could have single threaded performance of Sandy Bridge while in multi threaded it could slain Ivy/Haswell 300$ i7

FX 8350 vs i5 3570k:
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/701?vs=697

If you want go Intel then go, but I rather reccomend you wait for haswell.

 

Yep, cause 5ghz on FX8350 is just a breeze rolleyes.gif

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post #25 of 42
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Yep, cause 5ghz on FX8350 is just a breeze rolleyes.gif

Yeah... it isn't really all that great an idea to buy a CPU based on the expectation of achieving a very high overclock. If the stock clocked newer CPU beats out the overclocked older CPU, then is an excellent time to upgrade.
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I was pandering getting an FX8350, but then I considered that it was a 125watt six-core. The 3570K that I'm currently looking at consistently achieves higher performance values and consumes a bit less power, I also find that Intel x Nvidia is normally more efficient and effective than AMD x Nvidia.
post #27 of 42
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I was pandering getting an FX8350, but then I considered that it was a 125watt six-core. The 3570K that I'm currently looking at consistently achieves higher performance values and consumes a bit less power, I also find that Intel x Nvidia is normally more efficient and effective than AMD x Nvidia.

well just to clarify, the FX8350 is an 8 core lol :P

 

But AMD core < Intel core so don't let the number of cores fool you.

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post #28 of 42
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I was pandering getting an FX8350, but then I considered that it was a 125watt six-core. The 3570K that I'm currently looking at consistently achieves higher performance values and consumes a bit less power, I also find that Intel x Nvidia is normally more efficient and effective than AMD x Nvidia.

The best option is to wait ultil end of the year, AMD is planning to release Volcanic Islands 20nm GPU and top of the line single card GPU will be faster than Titan/GTX690/7990 and considerably less power consumption. Steamroller should achieve Sandy Bridge single core performance and have a massive multi threading performance, you may be skeptical even thought since Bulldozer was a rushed and a flop and Piledriver was just tweaking rather than overhauling we can see that there are so much things that can be improved and tweaked.

I will wait for the end of the year and buy Steamroller and Volcanic Islands 9970 applaud.gif
post #29 of 42

Do you have any friends that work at any of the stores participating in this?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1389378/intel-retail-edge-the-summer-deal-i7-3770k-starting-60-shipping-i7-3930k-starting-155-shipping-starting-may-15th/0_100

 

 

If you do, get their emails from them and sign up for the deal!  you CANNOT beat it.

 

The notion about what brand CPU is paired with a certain branded GPU does not matter.  All that matters is that your CPU does not hold back your GPU, and your GPU does not hold back your CPU.  

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post #30 of 42
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The best option is to wait ultil end of the year, AMD is planning to release Volcanic Islands 20nm GPU and top of the line single card GPU will be faster than Titan/GTX690/7990 and considerably less power consumption. Steamroller should achieve Sandy Bridge single core performance and have a massive multi threading performance, you may be skeptical even thought since Bulldozer was a rushed and a flop and Piledriver was just tweaking rather than overhauling we can see that there are so much things that can be improved and tweaked.

I will wait for the end of the year and buy Steamroller and Volcanic Islands 9970 applaud.gif

OP, I do not mind this user. 


A.  Delusional

B. Fanboy

C. Fanboy

D. Fanboy

E. Irrational 

F. Can't distinguish between Rumors / Fact / and idiotic Speculation

 

He joined 2 months ago and has posted nothing but AMD propaganda.  

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