is the fx 6300 best cpu for gaming after 8350 and value its money?

guys i do not have much money so i cannot take 8350(193.4 euro).the next better for gaming and value its money is 6300(114.2 euro)?
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  1. The next good CPUs for gaming are ( price taken from pcpartpicker UK ) i5 3350p, fx 8320 ( if you OC it ) , fx 6350 before it comes to fx 6300.
  2. Madn3ss795 said:
    The next good CPUs for gaming are ( price taken from pcpartpicker UK ) i5 3350p, fx 8320 ( if you OC it ) , fx 6350 before it comes to fx 6300.


    look. the fx 6350 is not better http://cpuboss.com/cpus/AMD-FX-6350-vs-AMD-FX-6300
    and i5 3350p too http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i5-3350P-vs-AMD-FX-6300

    i do not know i will wait for more answers
  3. That site above is biased and should never EVER be used to compare CPUs. Many things showed there are horribly wrong. For example: the fx6350 there has best OC result on air of just 3.9ghz, which is its stock clock. The writers there don't know how to OC like with fx6300 or something? How's a CPU with stock clock of 3.9ghz ( fx6350 ) lost to another one with 3.5ghz ( fx6300 ) in the same series? Not to mention that they don't understand the meaning of clock to clock performance, showing 3.3ghz on Ivy bridge platform slower than 4.1ghz on Vishera platform.

    Conclusion : that site is made by n00bz, and is used by n00bz.
  4. can you tell my a good side to see?
  5. stefanosstef said:
    can you tell my a good side to see?


    www.tomshardware.co.uk Oh wait you already on it!
    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/charts/processors,6.html
    The Doctor
  6. How about the site we're on, Tomshardware? There are no specific CPU benchmark section here but you can click on any CPU review to have specific performance chart for each task.
  7. Madn3ss795 said:
    That site above is biased and should never EVER be used to compare CPUs. Many things showed there are horribly wrong. For example: the fx6350 there has best OC result on air of just 3.9ghz, which is its stock clock. The writers there don't know how to OC like with fx6300 or something? How's a CPU with stock clock of 3.9ghz ( fx6350 ) lost to another one with 3.5ghz ( fx6300 ) in the same series? Not to mention that they don't understand the meaning of clock to clock performance, showing 3.3ghz on Ivy bridge platform slower than 4.1ghz on Vishera platform.

    Conclusion : that site is made by n00bz, and is used by n00bz.


    Madn3ss795 said:
    How about the site we're on, Tomshardware? There are no specific CPU benchmark section here but you can click on any CPU review to have specific performance chart for each task.


    does the dx 6300 need cooler?because i think it doesn't have to get more than 61.5 temperature
  8. If you don't plan to OC then the stock cooler provided with the CPU is good enough, although it's a bit loud.
  9. Madn3ss795 said:
    The next good CPUs for gaming are ( price taken from pcpartpicker UK ) i5 3350p, fx 8320 ( if you OC it ) , fx 6350 before it comes to fx 6300.


    exactly
  10. Madn3ss795 said:
    If you don't plan to OC then the stock cooler provided with the CPU is good enough, although it's a bit loud.


    for tubo clock need something?(fan or cooler)?
  11. stefanosstef said:
    Madn3ss795 said:
    If you don't plan to OC then the stock cooler provided with the CPU is good enough, although it's a bit loud.


    for tubo clock need something?(fan or cooler)?


    Nope, the stock cooler would still do just fine. It was the reason they made it for, after all.
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