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We are talking a 560 not crossfire 6950

Fx 6300 will hit 4.5 vs 3.8 for the 1090

True, but overclocking excluded they are about equal. Does OP have sufficient cooling, psu, mb to reach 4.5? There are a lot of wildcards there. I'm just saying that what you made came across as a blanket statement.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/AMD-Phenom-II-X6-Black-1090T-vs-AMD-FX-6300

NO, the motherboard is some cheap piece of crap lol, can't even overclock much. I will take the advice and upgrade video card later but for now it's just CPU, RAM, Mobo etc. So Ty everyone
post #22 of 24
Also, THG rates the 1090T higher for gaming than the 6300.

amd.png 30k .png file

At any rate, I'm just trying to show that it's not "pointless" because you're just going to shift your bottleneck. Yes, you would get an immediate gain in FPS from upgrading the GPU and this should be the first thing the OP does. It is also true that the OP would most likely be CPU bound at this point and would gain performance from upgrading that as well.
post #23 of 24
In using a 6yo zalman 9500at socket am2 abs I'm at 4.5 ....

Quality 450 power a 7950. Even buying a PSU and $30 hyper 212 evo way cheaper and way faster. Love to see someone with the parts mentioned in first post put up numbers anywhere close to my posted scores


After you spend $400 "upgrading" lets see your 3dmark 11 score before and after. Compared to mine with the $160 7950 MSI TF3

8766
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7351528

or even the 5870 I bought for $90 3 years ago
5068
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7333193

Only thing different was the GPU and netted 3.7k points
Edited by CravinR1 - 11/15/13 at 11:01am
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in your own link look at I5 place and the amd place


The 6300 is two categories down from the Ivy Bridge and Haswell i7 CPUs, in the same category as first-gen core i5 CPUs, and the Core2 CPUs (previous gen from 1st gen Core i5/7).
CPU Chart.png 39k .png file



Those links all give a huge advantage to the Haswell. The first link doesn't even have the 4670K listed, but the 4770K has a score ~50% higher than the FX-6300. The second link shows a 42.4% advantage to the Haswell. The third link states that the FX-6300 is "Rather slow, Performs slightly worse in games." Finally, the fourth link says the Haswell is 83% better than the FX-6300.

we are not looking for numbers or %
he is not going after benchmarks , his target not high score and competition like we do at ocn, he is after smooth game at 1200p
we are not looking for 170 FPS we are looking for FPS smooth something like 60fps

so in these links you can see in the video that I did post he can play games max it is right the i5 will pull ahead and get 20 fps more then what is the point? what is the point of getting 50Fps more? the game performance will be the same so there is a point that you reach lets say 60 if you go and get i5 you will get another 80 , so no point in getting the i5 because you already achieved the 60 so game performance will be the same


means he can go get gpu and run it with his current cpu and play all games max , why would he want to play the game on 80fps and pay more instead of the 60 fps with amd?


there isn't even 1 game that his cpu can't run 60fps+ so why worry about bottleneck that doesn't exist? unless you telling me he is aiming for more fps then I did assume his fps target wrong
then the OP should posted that he will have monitor 120Hz also

between the 1st i5 and latest i5 the performance not even big we all know it same for i7 and latest i7 , we are talking about gaming, and in your own link they did put the amd 6300 same category as that old i5 so in games they will perform not big difference between the latest i5 and old amd 6300


Edited by fido - 11/15/13 at 3:17pm
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