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post #21 of 562
I feel like buying Intel parts leads to an unhealthy competitive market. They have used anticompetitive measures for years, and now AMD is in a really hard spot. I feel that Intel would be more likely to price gouge if they can get away with it.

A vote for Intel is a vote for no choice in the future.
Edited by ./Cy4n1d3\. - 7/16/15 at 5:25pm
post #22 of 562
I will not buy intel again and it has nothing to do with their products and everything to do with their management and CEO. They give much money to ALEC which does not like Democracy. What is ALEC policies? Look at Kansas (Brownbackistan) and Wisconsin (Walkeristan).

Their anti competitive actions extend far beyond the computer industry into politics.
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I had an amd 1090t for awhile, and it was good. But, after going from sli 480s to sli 670s, the CPU was holding back the 670s where the 480s were getting full use. So I switched to Intel, if not for that I likely would have bought another amd CPU.
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I built the following systems in order of purchase

3570k (sold)
Fx 6300 (sons)
3770k $250 used
Fx 8350 $135 (newegg promo)
4670k $175 used
Fx 8310 $80 (td promo)


The AMD offer much better bang for buck and close performance. Honestly in most applications and games I use I consider i7 > fx8 > i5 > fx6 > i3

My wife likes the fx8350@4.5 better than her 4670k@4.4

Intel fans get mad if i post my personal fx8 vs i5 charts but for cheaper cost the fx8 performs on par with i5 even in games
post #26 of 562
You all forget about one more thing backward CPU coolers compatibility since 754/ 939 /940 / AM1/ AM2 / AM3 / FM1/ FM2 ,and Intel on each socket have different mounting :/
Yesterday I buy cheap Scythe Mugen 1 for my X4 860K he replace my old Cooler Master TX2 smile.gif

Edited : Forget about 754 /940 compatibility wink.gif
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I bought my FX 8320 purely because it was cheaper, and I was able to get my UD3 used, so the processor and motherboard, and Hyper 212 Evo ended up being cheaper than just a 4690k

I'm happy enough with it's performance. It definitely struggles in some games (I play alot of single threaded games) but is usually pretty solid.

I much prefer an AMD platform as a whole, I had nothing but problems with my old Intel build.

I feel like asking. Why buy AMD when Intel is faster? Is like asking, why buy a GTX 980 when a Titan X is faster, it all comes down to price and needs
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The only reasons I can imagine are for budgeting or being die hard fan. Really the same applies to their gpus as well. On the high end unless you are biased there is absolutely ZERO reason to ever use AMD. My first systems were all AMD based but it doesn't make sense to go that way anymore. I think the majority of AMD's cpu sales probably come from low end home desktops.

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/core_i7_5775c_processor_review_desktop_broadwell,12.html
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When I originally built my machine I was on a tight budget. My Phenom 2 965 gave great performance at 4.25GHz and that was the way I left it. But I wanted something more. Something faster. I got the FX8XXX chips. I have had 8320 and 8350 and 8370. I lost very little money buying each one since I sold the old one for close to what I bought it for. I wanted to see how each overclocked. Now I have my 5GHz 8370 and it performs top notch. An equivalent I5 system would be bonkers in money for me. Here in South Africa an i5 costs exactly double what an 8320 costs. And honestly you are not getting 100% more performance. Maybe 20% at most. Not to mention the price on mobo's too. A cheapo z97 board here costs more than a mid range 990FX board like my M5A99FX Pro. So for me it was a no brainer.

I get enormous satisfaction when I take my machine to LAN's. I get a lot of people liking it simply cause of the effort I put in it to make her look good. But the most satisfaction is when I let people try her out. I had a lot of people comment at the Rage LAN last year on how snappy and fast my machine was. When I told them it was all AMD, right down to the cantankerous old 6850's in my rig, I saw more than a few eyebrows go up in surprise. They seemed quite surprised that an AMD machine could keep pace with their i5's and i7's.
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The only reasons I can imagine are for budgeting or being die hard fan. Really the same applies to their gpus as well. On the high end unless you are biased there is absolutely ZERO reason to ever use AMD. My first systems were all AMD based but it doesn't make sense to go that way anymore. I think the majority of AMD's cpu sales probably come from low end home desktops.

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/core_i7_5775c_processor_review_desktop_broadwell,12.html
To be honest this simply sounds like a fanboyist comment. There are a lot of reasons to buy AMD hardware on the high end. Especially GPU's. The Fury / FuryX performs as well as the competition at 1440P or above. Given we do not have voltage control yet to really stretch FIji's legs, but that is up to MSI's and Sapphires software teams to hurry up and give us voltage control in their Afterburner and Trixx programs. Same story with 290/290x vs 970/980 and TitanOG/780ti. People jsut like to avoid AMD cause all this power consumption rubbish. If it worries you. Turn your machine off when your not using it. And heat? Heat can be tamed easily. Yeah reference 290/290x were not that great. But Sapphire Tri-X and Vapor-X showed us that the heat was easily tameable. And on the CPU side a strong 83XX processor has enough power to drive 4 290x's. So really there really is nothing wrong with AMD.
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