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What's with all the AMD guys citing cinebench to compare themselves to Haswell recently? biggrin.gif
Bring a locked i5 and I'll take it on in any benchmark.
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That also comes with no ability to change the multiplier (no overclocking), and is not very future-proof. In terms of raw performance, an overclocked FX 8320 will outperform a i5 4430 in highly-threaded tasks... easily.

http://anandtech.com/bench/product/698?vs=702 <- yes I know it's a 3470... that's as close as it will get.

i5-4430 @ Amazon: $185.99

FX-8320 @ Amazon: $151.99

The 4430 will not overclock at all, while the FX 8320 will overclock to 4.5Ghz+ easily (mine is @ 4.7Ghz 24/7 stable) That will yield at least a 20% increase in performance, if not more. Sometimes, that can even be done on only a slight bump above stock voltage, which means there is very little power penalty for overclocking. Sure if you try and overclock it to 5Ghz it's going to suck down a lot of juice, but then again, Intel's processors do too once the voltage is raised enough.

So the intel is more expensive, doesn't overclock, and gets beaten by an overclocked FX 8320 in 90% of real-world scenarios... that's an easy decision. thumb.gif

No the overclocking option is useless, an 8320@5GHz doesn't match an i5@stock for gaming: http://www.pcgameshardware.de/screenshots/original/2013/09/SC2HotS-pcgh.png

Noticing that the IPC is still a good 50% higher, definitely making the fact that the 8320 is overpriced and a waste of money.

You should stop claiming that a 8320 is futureproof when futureproof is nonexistent, before we'll see games all being optimized for all of its cores it would form a massive bottleneck so no point even bringing this up. Something thats outdated now, will never ever be futureproof.
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Instead of derailing the thread, how about resolve the OP's question instead?

Personally between the two I would grab the 8320, their usually close in price at times

It should be mentioned that he's buying a cpu with IPC from 2008, he's planning to game and do some overclocks but since AMD's cant even keep up with Intel even at 5GHz, there's no point getting one.
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Thanks for the replies, I have just purchased the Asus Sabertooth 990fx board and think I'm going to stretch and get the 8350... go big or go home thumb.gif

Guess everyone else missed where he already decided on his setup (and quite a good choice at that!) - read the thread people thumb.gif

And to the rest of, it's clearly an intel troll to just start a flamewar, which clearly has already happened. So I'm suggesting the thread be closed.

Bottom line, 8320 > 6300 or 6350 , saving the $10-$40 is NOT worth it.
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What I find interesting is that this guy is suggesting a locked intel CPU on a forum called "Overclock.net" Our motto is "The pursuit of performance," not "The pursuit of STOCK performance"

I got the FX 8320 because it was cheap and is a hell of a lot of fun to overclock. I could have spent $100 more and gotten an i5 3570k easily, but my wife already has a 3570k in her rig, so what's the point? I got something different, and I don't regret it at all. It was a big upgrade over my old Phenom II quad core.

And, regardless of what some people say, the FX 8 core processors will become more relevant for gaming in the coming years. Why? Because the new consoles use AMD 8-core APU's. They aren't the exact same architecture, but I can guarantee that as developers learn how to take advantage of those 8 cores for gaming, we're going to see the same trend happen on PC gaming. Mark my words.

Remember the last generation of consoles? As soon as the new consoles came out, almost every new game was DX9 from that point forward. We're going to see a similar revolution in highly-threaded games coming soon as games/ports begin to saturate the market.
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From my perspective, the hyper-sensitivity against pointing out the competitive Intel alternative shows insecurity among AMD enthusiasts. Whenever people jump at the opportunity to silence any discussion about relevant alternatives with the sort of vigor that we only see on this side of the isle, I feel the tentacles of communistic thought creeping in that seek to control the language and control the conversation in order to maintain relevance. I wish I could say that the blinders-enforcement policy was something out of a fiction book, but unfortunately the world is filled with it. It saddens me to see people who are probably sitting in comfort due to the modernized free thought western civil society, exercising an opportunity to share in a discussion, and the only thing they can come up with is an attempt to silence the pieces of it that they don't like.


The i5's are in fact highly competitive with the FX-6300 and FX-8320 in real world workloads. Perhaps irrelevant as the OP already selected a 990FX board, however an i5-4670K+Decent Z87 + $40 HSF will outperform the similar cost to implement FX-8320+990FX+$100 HSF (240 RAD) in gaming and photoshop, the 2 workloads mentioned. The FX chip will work fine for these things, but doesn't represent the best available solution in this class. That said, there's nothing wrong with "wanting what we want" for no other reason than novelty etc. I have an FX chip because as a tinkerer, this platform is better fun and value for me.

Raw parallel computing performance is only one yardstick by which to measure a CPU. If someone wants to play a 4 year old game then it really doesn't matter whether or not someone thinks it's reasonable to use as a benchmark today or not, if it runs poorly on an FX chip then there's no amount of rationalization about the future that can change that fact. There are numerous popular games made in the last decade whose development began during an erra where the future was expected to bring stronger cores. The "BridgeWell" erra on the Intel side has been better suited to lightly threaded workloads and real-time workloads than competing "BullDriver" erra products from AMD. Conversely, AMD's BullDriver erra products have been better suited to desktop multi-tasking and productivity with VMs or other highly parallel integer instruction heavy workloads.

The ability to performance tune the FX series just means that they are competitive across a wider range of implementation cost with Intel alternatives. Analyzing the intended use of a machine is the best way to determine what sort of CPU would best suit it, and whether or not it should be performance tuned. We don't need blinders to protect a brand here. The FX chips can stand on their own merit for lots of reasons. Rather that try to "protect" the AMD solution with policy, how about just have a rational discussion about how AMD's route to performance is different than Intels, and how those differences impact different types of users?
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Do you have a locked core i5? We can bench. I'll make a mess of it with my Fx 6300 at 4.8Ghz wink.gif

Your 6300 can't even handle mmo games and you're wanting to bench? Games where I'd have 30 fps you'd be hardly at 15 such as in 25m raids/40vs40 pvp/heavy populated area's in WoW.
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Wow. did this thread get hijacked quick!
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From my perspective, the hyper-sensitivity against pointing out the competitive Intel alternative shows insecurity among AMD enthusiasts. Whenever people jump at the opportunity to silence any discussion about relevant alternatives with the sort of vigor that we only see on this side of the isle, I feel the tentacles of communistic thought creeping in that seek to control the language and control the conversation in order to maintain relevance. I wish I could say that the blinders-enforcement policy was something out of a fiction book, but unfortunately the world is filled with it. It saddens me to see people who are probably sitting in comfort due to the modernized free thought western civil society, exercising an opportunity to share in a discussion, and the only thing they can come up with is an attempt to silence the pieces of it that they don't like.

Sounds like normal fanboy behavior on an internet forum to me... no need to go all Tea Party on a tech forum.
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Your 6300 can't even handle mmo games and you're wanting to bench? Games where I'd have 30 fps you'd be hardly at 15 such as in 25m raids/40vs40 pvp/heavy populated area's in WoW.
I've had it with you. I'm sorry to be rude but now you're pushing it. Choose a series of benchmarks. Whatever you want. Bring it on. Let's have a showdown. Your locked i5 vs mine at 4.8Ghz. Might not even need that high clocks rolleyes.gif
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Uh no. No AMD would match a 3770 performance for general use such as gaming etc unless theyre clocked at 6GHz. And no an i5 isn't a "dead end chip", the 8320's IPC is 6 years old and outdated making it the perfect dead chip.

Multithreading performance is far from relevant for gaming, always have been about IPC and nothing more.

No one said anything about AMD matching a 3770, What I said is that his laptop already has that performance.

So again, why recommend a desktop that is weaker than his mobile machine? He might as well just not have a desktop.

Your wanting for him to get a locked chip, on a locked motherboard. That spells dead end to me, I didnt say it wasnt viable, just that their isnt much you can do with it.
    
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