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I see a lot of users posting just get an Intel. I wonder how it is that the amd cpu are considering so bad for gaming that they can't make any minimum fps in games. The reason why I ask this.. Is I have never wanted Intel no hate just don't want one. I find it hard to believe that an amd can't game at a solid 30 fps which is decent enough for me. So without being fan boys tell me why people consider amds bad at gaming. I am sorta happy with my 8320.
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In my opinion, its the fact that AMD are quite behind in terms of CPU's right now. We cannot really judge AMD until next year when they release their new series (Hopefully)
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AMD even sent out an Intel CPU along with their GPU review unit. How bad could that be?
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They are also behind in price. Depending where your budget ends, going AMD could help you save for a bigger GPU.

Which will get you more FPS.

/haters.
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benefit of AMD is that prices are reasonable not like intel flagship cpu
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Most people have much higher standards than you do, standards that AMD processors cannot achieve.

30fps is puke worthy to me, I'd rather light my pc on fire and go read a book than game at 30fps.
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This debate has been done to death and back ever since the bulldozer launch. Small world hysteria on enthusiast forums who make up a minority of pc sales in the grande scheme. For the everyday plug and play customer or enthusiast segment on a reasonable budget Amd performs quite well in most games and is certainly not as drastic as seems. The Amd offerings are quite capable gaming chips and priced accordingly but to expect widespread enthusiasm for them in places like OCN where performance is king is pure folly.

If you are happy with your cpu, and you should be imo then there is no need to continue to beat a dead horse on the forum.
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Originally Posted by NeoReaper View Post

In my opinion, its the fact that AMD are quite behind in terms of CPU's right now. We cannot really judge AMD until next year when they release their new series (Hopefully)
I feel your pain. But I too am Happy with my FX 8320. It runs on my Daily computer. I also have an Fx 9590 Based Gaming computer. I do not use
Intel because Amd more than Takes care of me. Also After 60FPS the Human eye cannot tell the difference. But in my games I get more than that.
Do not let it get you Down. Most of the people you hear pushing Intel on the Amd forums are just Basic Trolls. They lack Pragmatic Persuasiveness
even when they are right. They do not give Amd their Due. That said I may someday own an Intel Based Computer. We will see.
But it would be nice if the Trolls stayed on the Intel forums. Just because you own Intel does not make you a Troll. I have all due respect fo Intel. My brother
Works for them. And if I decide to go Intel he can get me a discount.
Edited by Jaimelmiel - 10/24/14 at 9:05am
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For a budget gaming rig, it is hard to beat the g3258 in many instances. MMOs and Steam games rely heavily on single-threaded performance which the Pentium excels at.
Throw in a cheap Z97 motherboard and you could conceivably be set upgrade-wise for a couple years for under $150.

Putting a 760k in a rig that's going to play WoW or something like that can work, but I can't in good faith recommend it over the intel offering because it just doesn't make good sense, my love for AMD notwithstanding.
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I was happy with my FX 8350...it over clocked very well and performed in games very well (gamed on 2560x1440@ 60hz with dual 7970s) I never had to worry about poor FPS.

I am also very happy with my current rig... 4770k and an AMD 290x No real difference as far as gaming goes except in Civ 5 that I really noticed.

The FX was cheaper and Performed well for the money.
The i7 was more money (but not much...Micro-center FTW there) but Performs a bit better and in some instances way better for what I do.

10/10 would build either system again.
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