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You know I had a intel Q9650 socket 775 that would run 4.5Ghz 24/7/365 at 1.35v and that was a damn fine pc..
I wonder if my new amd 750K can compete with my old pc??
I am really hoping that its at least as fast as that clock for clock or maybe slightly faster.
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You know I had a intel Q9650 socket 775 that would run 4.5Ghz 24/7/365 at 1.35v and that was a damn fine pc..
I wonder if my new amd 750K can compete with my old pc??
I am really hoping that its at least as fast as that clock for clock or maybe slightly faster.

At the same clock speed, it will be in the same performance class, sometimes a little faster.
     
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I am starting to wonder if a FX4300 or FX4350 would be any faster I dont want to sidegrade I wanna upgrade my pc.
I already purchased the 750k but I could still cancel the order.
I want a stable overclock of 4.5Ghz out of the750k and I want that to be faster and stronger then the Q9650 at 4.5Ghz.
If not at least 20% faster/stronger then this is a huge waist of my time.
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Here you go. You will be running the same and probably better in some apps as the 750k has more instruction sets.. Check out this linky: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html..

I ONLY post it due to the chart. Just FYI, came from a Q8200... Was the 750k an upgrade, I say YES!
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The 4300 is on the same level as the 750k, and while you will be sort of side grading, you will gain instruction sets that the Intel doesn't have, and you could sell off the Intel and recoupe most if not all of you're money spent. To truly beat the 750k AMD wise, you would need the 6350, which is a six core, or the 8350, but then price comes in to play. AMD is making game and other software companies come to team reds aid, so you will see things work much better on them. Also you have Kaveri coming out in Q4, or Q1-14, which will by enlarge be AWESOME! GCN cores, and Steamroller architecture, plus HSA and the like... It's going to be baller, and we don't know if they will be backwards compatible yet or not, so we have that to look forward to as well possibly on FM2. Ohh, and I got mine stable to 4.5Ghz today.. Working on 4.6!!!
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The 4300 is on the same level as the 750k, and while you will be sort of side grading, you will gain instruction sets that the Intel doesn't have, and you could sell off the Intel and recoupe most if not all of you're money spent. To truly beat the 750k AMD wise, you would need the 6350, which is a six core, or the 8350, but then price comes in to play. AMD is making game and other software companies come to team reds aid, so you will see things work much better on them. Also you have Kaveri coming out in Q4, or Q1-14, which will by enlarge be AWESOME! GCN cores, and Steamroller architecture, plus HSA and the like... It's going to be baller, and we don't know if they will be backwards compatible yet or not, so we have that to look forward to as well possibly on FM2. Ohh, and I got mine stable to 4.5Ghz today.. Working on 4.6!!!

Yeah thanks for the link as its shows the 750K is a whole step above the Q9650 and is about in the same bracket as the Extreme QX9650!!
Very nice!!
I also went to anandtech.com and used the bench option to compare cpu's and the 750k is just barely 20% stonger then the Q9650 and only 5% weaker then the I7 920 LGA1366.
This puts my mind at ease so I will stick with the plans and go with the 750K after all.
Not a bad upgrade if you ask me specially when im only paying $75 bucks out of my pocket to do so.
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Yeah! Minds at ease is all anyone can hope for! Did I tell you I gotta 4.5ghz stable clock today, cause I did!! I am giddy like a school girl!
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Are you running your memory 1:1 and just setting your CPU ratio to 45??
I have read so much about this cpu it seems everyone is just setting the ratio to 45 and setting the volts to 1.45-1.5v and they are good to go.
This seems like the easiest thing to do.
Any difference in performance with running memory at say 1600Mhz then running 1866Mhz??
Just ask so I can be sure on my DDR3 speed purchase.
I bought DDR3 1600 but could just as easy cancel and get a pair of 1866Mhz sticks
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I can OC mine to 1960, but honestly the difference is minuscule at best between 1600 and 1866 and yeah I'm running 45 multi
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