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Exactly....

Which is why I put my build list and prices up there... for total value domination.... biggrin.gif

I am listing a budging MB as he did, the lowest cost unlocked CPU available, as he did, and actually a much nicer cooler though... tongue.gif

My results are not atypical either....

Anyone can go order the stuff I have at a good price and get the same results within reason....

It is safe to say that my build list is not abnormally cheap, but the new standard of what can be had in a budget minded AMD build....
Edited by Agent Smith1984 - 3/27/15 at 11:29am
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Exactly....

Which is why I put my build list and prices up there... for total value domination.... biggrin.gif

I am listing a budging MB as he did, the lowest cost unlocked CPU available, as he did, and actually a much nicer cooler though... tongue.gif

My results are not atypical either....

Anyone can go order the stuff I have at a good price and get the same results within reason....

It is safe to say that my build list is not abnormally cheap, but the new standard of what can be had in a budget minded AMD build....

Yeah, my build is not something that can be available to anyone. But like you said yours is available for anyone (at least in the US). It's really common to see some sort of Vishera 8-Core around $100 and even less with MiR almost once a month. The Open Boxed Asrock mobo he used was a 4+2 (6 power) design or at best a 6+2 which I doubt. Can't say that is equal to a 8+2+2.
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I think you're having issues reading and comprehending.
I think the same about you...

Intel is more powerful for games and I have not seen you recognize it at any time, there's none so blind as he who will not see.

I leave this thread because is impossible to have a conversation with logic and sense, I only see fanboys, putting emoticons in mockery plan, etc...

PS: sorry for the mistake putting the link of an open box Z97 Pro4, but a new one only costs 5 bucks more (5$ less after rebate)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157507
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I think the same about you...

Intel is more powerful for games and I have not seen you recognize it at any time, there's none so blind as he who will not see.

I leave this thread because is impossible to have a conversation with logic and sense, I only see fanboys, putting emoticons in mockery plan, etc...

PS: sorry for the mistake putting the link of an open box Z97 Pro4, but a new one only costs 5 bucks more (5$ less after rebate)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157507

You're making me laugh. I bet you if you look at my posts just in this thread I agree/say that Intel is better for gaming at least 3 times, maybe more. The fact that you are saying you I never recognized Intel as the better/powerful for gaming means you did not read carefully or you did not comprehend my posts carefully.

I'm saying that Pure Performance/Cost is not the only thing I look at. Performance+Aesthetics (how they look)+Overclockability/Cost. You cannot do that with Intel for the same price as Intel. On top of that I was comparing the price I paid for the components vs the price I would have had to pay for Intel new/used. My question to you is if you can build a Intel 4690K build with quality components I used for $260 (even used parts) and honestly I don't think you can with a unlocked Haswell i5. If you look at benchmarks Intel has higher MIN FPS, AVG FPS, Max FPS in many video games. Every single monitor I have at home is 60Hz making 60FPS the max I need. In that case I don't need Intel's 120+ Max FPS. Next I only need approximately 40FPS minimums for me and honestly can live with 30FPS. I don't need a constant 60FPS but gladly will accept it. Finally the games I enjoy to play are not horribly optimized or single threaded. Because of that I will average 50-60FPS with Vsync on and even higher in some games with Vsync disabled. I have my standards and AMD meets it. I don't see the point in paying more for Intel for performance that won't matter to me or performance that I can't see due to limited refresh rate of my monitors.

Once again you're last post confirmed you do have an issue with reading/comprehension/understanding. I actually said I respect your opinion initially, you're the one who can't seem to respect my experience/opinion/standards and can't think of the situation I have made/created for you.
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...Going with an i5 defintely would lead with better performance but would I have been happy with the money I used?...
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...Like I said I know Intel is better for gaming than AMD even with less mhz...I know the pros of Intel...
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...If I were given a choice between a $500 8350 Configuration vs a $490 4690K configuration I would go with Intel...

There is 3

You are free to leave the thread but hopefully you read my last reply to you as otherwise you will look really bad to others who come into this thread. I have replied to everyone of your posts with logic, and backed up all my posts with reasoning. You on the other hand have stated you are not a fanboy yet you have only been talking about the pros of Intel and don't know how to understand someone's opinion. I even stated I am a fan of AMD (not a fanboy) and agree with Intel being better yet you did not even read that carefully and said that I did not 'acknowledge' Intel was better for gaming. There is only 2 emoticons in this entire thread and only 1 could have been directed at your post. Now you flee from the off topic conversation.

LEARN TO READ, THERE IS NONE SO BLIND AS HE WHO THINKS OTHERS DO NOT SEE, WHEN THEY DO TRULY SEE
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