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Great job..

Thanks for all the work...
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post #12 of 78
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only bad part about the 8320 is the power consumption otherwise it's a very good chip especially for the price

I have an 8230 and an i7, when sitting idle(which is what they do mostly) they both system use around 100 watt says the UPS which are both the same brand/model. When the CPU is maxed out running prime95 the AMD obviously uses more, but its not like the thing runs full tilt 24/7. I guess if my intention was to build a system that ran full load 24/7(like for the latest cuckoo-coin trend), I'd definitely pick Intel.
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Great work, helped me decide my next build!
+rep to you.

I agree!

to the +rep I mean. Don't need a new build ATM smile.gif
Edited by bbond007 - 1/15/14 at 4:05pm
post #13 of 78
Excellent review. This really shows that the FX line is not terrible like the Intel camp likes to claim. I know I have been very happy with my 8350.
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That's some epic badass review dude good job ! and you put alot of work into it obviously.

I gonna post the link of your thread in a thread I just started in general section where I regroup alot of benchmarks over the web to help people make a decision on their next upgrade.

Here is the link in case anyone wanna check it : http://www.overclock.net/t/1458883/amd-vs-intel-comparison-inside-stricly-gaming


Oh and do you know if any of those benchmarks uses only single thread ? and or if you know any software where I could compare single threaded performance, I'd be curious to run a test with my current c2d e8500 @ 4.3 then on my FX-8320 when I get it just to compare.

I think I read SuperPI is single threaded however how sure if it's good enough to compare (like in seconds..)
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You have a single-thread bench at Passmark and Black Hole, in both Intel win´s thumb.gif
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That's some epic badass review dude good job ! and you put alot of work into it obviously.

I gonna post the link of your thread in a thread I just started in general section where I regroup alot of benchmarks over the web to help people make a decision on their next upgrade.

Here is the link in case anyone wanna check it : http://www.overclock.net/t/1458883/amd-vs-intel-comparison-inside-stricly-gaming


Oh and do you know if any of those benchmarks uses only single thread ? and or if you know any software where I could compare single threaded performance, I'd be curious to run a test with my current c2d e8500 @ 4.3 then on my FX-8320 when I get it just to compare.

I think I read SuperPI is single threaded however how sure if it's good enough to compare (like in seconds..)
Superpi is old X87 code. Cinebench has single thread although comparison fairness is debatable. And like the above poster, blackhole and Passmark.
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OP my FX 6300 would like to go up against the i5 overclocked. To give you an idea of what my FX 6300 can do, here you go-
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The FX6300 is on my opinion, with all considered, the best AMD processor.
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I would love to post my results here if the OP would allow me biggrin.gif
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I would love to post my results here if the OP would allow me biggrin.gif

Sure, i would like to see the comparison 6300 4.8 vs 8320 4500mhz thumb.gif

Try to do a Luxmark test, for some reason, it wont work as well with Intel plataform.
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