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You would be wrong, that paticular 6-core is on the bulldozer, not piledriver meaning it was very slow. Remember clock speeds and cores dont determine speed. I would take a phenom over that 6100 all day every day.

I would still say it is a bit faster, but I did forget it is Bulldozer. I would still recommend a Piledriver over the older Phenom II series. That's another $20-30 bring in the build to $350ish after rebate
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Hello everyone, how are you?

I have 350$ to upgrade my pc, and I want to be able to play games at any graphic setting on my monitor's resolution 1336x768, which I know isnt much, but thats what I have.

So what I want is:

1) A new cpu
2) A new gpu
3) A new motherboard
4) Ram
5) A PSU
Hope you can help me, and thanks alot :-)

1336x768????

forget the new stuff, get the monitor, the extra res will me magnitudes better lol. what size is that monitor?
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post #13 of 15
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880AZ Biostar AM3+ Motherboard $60
CoolerMaster i500 Bronze 500w PSU $50 - $20 MIR = $30
G.Skill 2x2 4gb 1600mhz $38
Gigabyte 7850 1gb $180
OR
Sapphire 7770 Ghz Edition $115-$15 MIR = $100
FX-6100 Six Core $105 after coupon code MEMRDAY33


$408 After rebate...A little over...I tried to fit in a 7850 though for the free games you get.
Or
$328 After rebate with the 7770 (Still get free games)


I would've went with the 650 TI Boost, but the free games you get with AMD at the moment....your call on that one. All 3 cards are even overkill for that resolution

I just realized, that is a BEASTLY system for $350ish.

That motherboard will not let you overclock though. It will only let you overclock via multiplier, which that CPU is locked I believe.


damn, thats not bad setup for the price listed. not to shabby. for a budget build. heck may do that for a n extra folding machine, I wonder how that(7770 or 7850) will compare to a HD 7450 from AMD (hp oem card for the newer pavilions)
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damn, thats not bad setup for the price listed. not to shabby. for a budget build. heck may do that for a n extra folding machine, I wonder how that(7770 or 7850) will compare to a HD 7450 from AMD (hp oem card for the newer pavilions)

I know, after I finished I looked at it and was like huh? $350 gives me that???

The 7850 will BLOW the 7450 out of the water

The 7770 will also destroy that 7450.
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That 6core with the 8800 if its a gtx ahould do pretty good in most games before 2011. I just stepped off of my sli gtx set u p only cause my cards gave out. Lol too much vcore on water tongue.gif I say stick with the 8800 if its a gtx and get a 1080p monitor. Should wake the card up. Save up for a gpu after the 8000 series comes out and pick up a 7950 or 7870 for cheap used.
Edited by lolwutwin - 5/21/13 at 4:07pm
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