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Have you heard of the Xbox One and the PS4? They are coming out real soon. Developers are forced to use all 8 cores, since their IPC is lower than Bulldozer, and they're clocked at 1.6GHz

Yes, heard of them smile.gif Did the developers personally tell you that their going to use all 8 cores? And you really expect PC games to utilize 8 cores in the coming 3-4months?! lol, it's going to take some time.

A 8 core AMD CPU will beat an Intel i5k in a few games. Most of the games still utilize 2-4 cores only. And will continue to do so for some time.

You mean their IPS
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The brand bias on this site is utterly ridiculous sometimes. OP, the fact is the 8350 will run the games and apps you want just fine. The h100i will cool it just fine. The board is ok. Gigabyte is NOT > ASUS. For the overclock your looking for ~4.5 the 6+2 will be fine. Everything else looks ok. Have fun. If the AMD stuff fits your budget best, no worries, it will do the job regardless of the intel is my god people.

Brand bias or Brand bashing is generally everywhere on various forum's nothing new.
I already have 8350 based system hence looking for alternate option which i have not yet decided as i would like it to be more upgradable due to which i am waiting on proper news from AMD on it's roadmap or Intel's 9 series boards which somehow doesn't looks to be out anytime soon.
Eitherway's buying now will not leave any option for much lateral upgrades for new second rig only i7 for i5 or 9xxx Fx for 83xx one's. rolleyes.gif
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The arrival of next-gen consoles could well prove to be a double-edged sword for PC owners used to enjoying the best gameplay experience. On the one hand, it's extremely good news: developers no longer need to create engines for multiple hardware types with little common ground - console and PC development will all be based on x86 computer architecture.
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Buying new - choosing a platform

Intel or AMD? Since the arrival of Intel's Core 2 Duo processors, AMD has struggled to remain competitive, remaining in the game by offering its higher-tier parts at very competitive prices. In recent years it has bet the farm on multi-core performance - its latest flagship, the FX-8350, offers eight cores at 4.0GHz with no overclocking restrictions, while its Intel competitor - the Core i5 3570K - offers four cores at 3.4GHz. In a world where single-core performance still dominates, the Intel offering is still considered the better buy - it's certainly more power-efficient and has more overclocking potential.

We approached a number of developers on and off the record - each of whom has helped to ship multi-million-selling, triple-A titles - asking them whether an Intel or AMD processor offers the best way to future-proof a games PC built in the here and now. Bearing in mind the historical dominance Intel has enjoyed, the results are intriguing - all of them opted for the FX-8350 over the current default enthusiast's choice, the Core i5 3570K.

Perhaps it's not entirely surprising - Crytek's Crysis 3 is a forward-looking game in many ways, and as these CPU tests by respected German site PC Games Hardware demonstrate, not only does the FX-8350 outperform the i5, it also offers up an additional, minor margin of extra performance over the much more expensive Core i7 3770K - a processor that's around £100 more expensive than the AMD chip. Only the six-core Intel Core i7 3930K - a £480 processor - beats it comprehensively.

Source >> http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-future-proofing-your-pc-for-next-gen

Rather than viewing various benches by using google , if people started doing some realtime benching then that would provide better understanding of price/performance for component's.
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post #44 of 48
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Brand bias or Brand bashing is generally everywhere on various forum's nothing new.
I already have 8350 based system hence looking for alternate option which i have not yet decided as i would like it to be more upgradable due to which i am waiting on proper news from AMD on it's roadmap or Intel's 9 series boards which somehow doesn't looks to be out anytime soon.
Eitherway's buying now will not leave any option for much lateral upgrades for new second rig only i7 for i5 or 9xxx Fx for 83xx one's. rolleyes.gif

Didnt say or imply it was new, just that it gets old. A lot of it quite simply misleading. Especially when they ask a specific question.

And there is no such thing as future proofing in the computer tech sector. That is life and THAT is nothing new.
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Didnt say or imply it was new, just that it gets old. A lot of it quite simply misleading. Especially when they ask a specific question.

And there is no such thing as future proofing in the computer tech sector. That is life and THAT is nothing new.

Well many people read new thread from first post to understand what original thread starter needs are.In my case i stated that i have FX rig but need another one...may be i should have stated it clearly or made another thread for new rig but alas few posters might have missed my first post hence confusion.

To end this i visited local market here in place.Went to buy another Fx 8320 but ended up with i7 4770k and said what da hell....buy big when i can afford it biggrin.gif

Got following.

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MSI GTX 760 TF ( Wanted to buy 770 but was 200$ higher priced & 7950 priced 100$ more redface.gif )

Wanted to buy Asus Z87 pro( 280$ ) but cost was way way too much over UD3H ( 230 $ )/ Asrock ext 4 ( 200 $ ).....with such a price variation i came back with no board to put my i7. mad.gif
Don't know which board to buy as D3H ( 190 $ ) is 10$ cheaper than Asrock which is 30 $ cheaper than UD3H which is further 50 $ cheaper than Asus Pro. LOL

How is Asrock boards in comparison to say D3H / UD3H ?
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post #46 of 48
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Originally Posted by Ultisym View Post

Didnt say or imply it was new, just that it gets old. A lot of it quite simply misleading. Especially when they ask a specific question.

And there is no such thing as future proofing in the computer tech sector. That is life and THAT is nothing new.

Well many people read new thread from first post to understand what original thread starter needs are.In my case i stated that i have FX rig but need another one...may be i should have stated it clearly or made another thread for new rig but alas few posters might have missed my first post hence confusion.

To end this i visited local market here in place.Went to buy another Fx 8320 but ended up with i7 4770k and said what da hell....buy big when i can afford it biggrin.gif

Got following.

i7 4770k
Seasonic 620W S12II
H100i
Gskill 2133 8 Gb kit.
MSI GTX 760 TF ( Wanted to buy 770 but was 200$ higher priced & 7950 priced 100$ more redface.gif )

Wanted to buy Asus Z87 pro( 280$ ) but cost was way way too much over UD3H ( 230 $ )/ Asrock ext 4 ( 200 $ ).....with such a price variation i came back with no board to put my i7. mad.gif
Don't know which board to buy as D3H ( 190 $ ) is 10$ cheaper than Asrock which is 30 $ cheaper than UD3H which is further 50 $ cheaper than Asus Pro. LOL

How is Asrock boards in comparison to say D3H / UD3H ?

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How to have rig in your signature ?
I want to add both AMD and Intel , then see how fanboy's flame me for using both.biggrin.gif:D
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Can anyone explain or make me understand what is the difference b/w UD3H and Asus z87 pro ?
Pro has wifi , does that mean i can bypass wifi router and use mobo supplied wifi as stand alone wifi for accessing laptop and other wifi enabled things ?
What will i miss other than wifi thing if i go for UD3H ?
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