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Originally Posted by Justinbaileyman View Post

There is no black edition there is 760K period and the K stands for Unlocked. So yes it overclocks as long as you have at leased a 75a motherboard 85x and 88x are top end motherboards and will far out perform any motherboards below such as 75a ect.
I have both gigabyte's 85X-up4 and 88X-up4 and am able to do 5.2Ghz with my 760K's on both no problems but run at 4.8Ghz as I run my Pc 24/7.
If there is a listing for a black edition it is a typo or error in there listing.
I would say go for the 760K and dont look back. Also dont fall for all this intel is faster mumbo jumbo as this is only true with stock clocks. AMD scales very well, better then intel in fact and a 760K starting at 4.4Ghz will destroy any core i3 and once you get to 4.6Ghz - 4.8Ghz the 760K will wipe the floor with pretty much all core i5's as well. If your wanting to compete with core i7 its never going to happen though unless you go something like FX8350 and overclock the snot out of it.
But Am3+ is a dead platform and I hear Fx cpu's are coming to Fm2+ so you have a nice upgrade path if you go 760K and a 88x motherboard.
Hope that helps..thumb.gif


There is no evidence that FX cpu's are coming to FX2+. As much as I like the 760K it doesn't wipe the floor with "pretty much all core i5's". If it did it wouldn't be $89. In fact if it did AMD would be more than competitive with Intel correct?
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Originally Posted by chrisjames61 View Post

There is no evidence that FX cpu's are coming to FX2+. As much as I like the 760K it doesn't wipe the floor with "pretty much all core i5's". If it did it wouldn't be $89. In fact if it did AMD would be more than competitive with Intel correct?

Actually when over clocked is does wipe the floor with most Core i5's and since you are so clueless and have no clue to whats happening in todays electronics and computer world I would keep my mouth shut if I were you.
As for Fx Cpu's coming to FM2+ here are 2 links one with a cpuz screen shot http://www.techpowerup.com/199179/amd-fx-670k-cpu-shows-up-in-the-wild.html

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-ca/product/hewlett-packard-hp-pavilion-500-desktop-pc-amd-quad-core-fx-670k-1tb-hdd-8gb-ram-windows-8-1-500-259ca/10284814.aspx
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Also here is a third link http://vr-zone.com/articles/amd-fx-670k-appears-wild/74597.html
This is not a typo as this is a 65w part not a 100w part and is labels FX670K NOT 760K Richland..
post #14 of 57
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Originally Posted by fedrosishere View Post

Both are Unlocked. The black edition is factory overclocked. No difference at all.
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Originally Posted by chrisjames61 View Post

There is only one Athlon 760K. There is no "black edition is factory overclocked".

Then this is fake?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/AMD-Processor-AD760kWOHLBOX-Technology-Virtualization/dp/B00D7BYMB2
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Yes for the third time now and we have both told you me and chrisjames61, this is a typo and there is no damn 760K black edition there is only a 760K plain and simple..
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So, better tell them its fake too...

http://www.techpowerup.com/185732/amd-athlon-x4-socket-fm2-cpus-based-on-richland-silicon-go-on-sale.html

''At the top of the stack is the Athlon X4 760K Black Edition (AD760KWOHLBOX). ''

''variant of this exact chip, which lacks unlocked BClk multiplier, is named just Athlon X4 760K''
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Guy, if you're going AMD get atleast an FX6300. The AMD "quad cores" are beyond mediocre.
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post #18 of 57
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Guy, if you're going AMD get atleast an FX6300. The AMD "quad cores" are beyond mediocre.

No more mediocre than the FX6300, unless the application specifically can make full use of two more threads.

As far as the difference between 750K and 760K, the 750K is based on trinity silicon, where the 760K is based on Richland silicon. So technically 760K is a revision. However, I would base my purchase on which is on sale. Often the 760K comes in a combo that makes it cost the same as the 750K. They are not as fast as recent i5s, though they are pretty awesome for $80 if you are overclocking.

And no, they do not say black edition anywhere on the box.
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post #19 of 57
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On amazon, the 3.8Ghz is $90 while the 4.1 Black Edition is $150.

There is only one model of that processor, and it sure doesn't cost $150. it is $89 at Newegg.
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Actually when over clocked is does wipe the floor with most Core i5's and since you are so clueless and have no clue to whats happening in todays electronics and computer world I would keep my mouth shut if I were you.
As for Fx Cpu's coming to FM2+ here are 2 links one with a cpuz screen shot http://www.techpowerup.com/199179/amd-fx-670k-cpu-shows-up-in-the-wild.html

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-ca/product/hewlett-packard-hp-pavilion-500-desktop-pc-amd-quad-core-fx-670k-1tb-hdd-8gb-ram-windows-8-1-500-259ca/10284814.aspx

Now stop all your intel fan boy crap, you just got served!!rolleyes.gif


I am not an Intel fanboy. I own a 965 BE, a A10-5800K, a 960T, a 1055T, a 6300, an 8320, various Semprons, Athlon's etc.... But I am not a fool either. There is no way an $89, 760K in any workload at any overclock beating "most Core i5's". Also there is no evidence that there will be any FX cpu's coming to the FM2+. That screen shot is an A10 APU with a disabled GPU. Basically an Athlon. It hardly qualifies as what we know of today as an "FX' chip with four modules/ eight cores and L3.
Edited by chrisjames61 - 4/20/14 at 7:02pm
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FX-8350 cache and memory bandwidth



i7 4770k



(Both of these were done with the same 30nm Samsung Miracle RAM at DDR3-2400mhz 11-11-11-30 2T, as the screenshots show).

The i5 will stomp a Athlon 760k because of significantly faster and lower latency cache, almost double the memory throughput, and real L3 cache. I don't think the Athlon even has L3 cache. A single Haswell core also has at least double the instructions per clock cycle of a Vishera core, which is what's in the Athlon. FX-8350 and i7 are the high-end processors but the i5 4670k and Athlon 760k have the same memory controller to my knowledge, and the same architecture. Look at the overwhelming difference in L1 cache performance between my 8350 and i7. The i7 has double the read bandwidth and five times the write bandwidth (!). According to Maxxmem, my memory write on the i7 is 3 times that of Vishera, using the exact same RAM with the exact same frequency and timings.

An i5 4670k at 4ghz will probably outbench an Athlon 760k at 5.2ghz. This is how severe the difference in performance is. Does this really matter outside of synthetic benchmarks? No. Games *will* run better and probably average 5-15 fps more on Intel with the same graphics card, depending on game. The Athlon is great for a sub $500 build, because then you can spend more money on getting a decent single graphics card. For 1080p gaming, Vishera is excellent when paired with a good ( < $200) card. However, for higher resolutions, multi monitor, multi GPU systems and so on, you probably want to get at least an i5. No point pairing 2 Titans with a $89 Athlon. If you can afford two Titans or 780tis you can afford Intel.
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