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AMD FX 6350(AM3+,4,2 GHz,14 Mb)

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June 21, 2013 5:29:15 PM

Would this CPU have a good gaming performance without any graphic cards? Talking about new games like AC3 or battlefield 3

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June 21, 2013 5:31:51 PM

The cpu itself has no onboard graphics chipset. There are compatible motherboards that have onboard graphics though.
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June 21, 2013 5:36:37 PM

No, most cpu's need a graphics card for any gaming performance. The A10-6800k will do better, but it will be nothing like a discrete graphics card.
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June 21, 2013 5:40:38 PM

expl0itfinder said:
No, most cpu's need a graphics card for any gaming performance. The A10-6800k will do better, but it will be nothing like a discrete graphics card.
How about a AMD Phenom II x4 965 (AM3, 3.4GHz, Cache 8MB, Box) combined with a Sapphire 6450 (PCI Express , GDDR3 , 2 GB) Lookiing for something cheap and good. If this combination is not good do you have anything to recommend me?
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June 21, 2013 5:42:47 PM

Andrew131 said:
expl0itfinder said:
No, most cpu's need a graphics card for any gaming performance. The A10-6800k will do better, but it will be nothing like a discrete graphics card.
How about a AMD Phenom II x4 965 (AM3, 3.4GHz, Cache 8MB, Box) combined with a Sapphire 6450 (PCI Express , GDDR3 , 2 GB) Lookiing for something cheap and good. If this combination is not good do you have anything to recommend me?


The baseline if you want to play something like bf3 at acceptable framerates, you want a phenom ii x4 965 with an hd 7770ghz edition.
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June 21, 2013 5:50:49 PM

expl0itfinder said:
Andrew131 said:
expl0itfinder said:
No, most cpu's need a graphics card for any gaming performance. The A10-6800k will do better, but it will be nothing like a discrete graphics card.
How about a AMD Phenom II x4 965 (AM3, 3.4GHz, Cache 8MB, Box) combined with a Sapphire 6450 (PCI Express , GDDR3 , 2 GB) Lookiing for something cheap and good. If this combination is not good do you have anything to recommend me?


The baseline if you want to play something like bf3 at acceptable framerates, you want a phenom ii x4 965 with an hd 7770ghz edition.

Im planning on playong new games dunno if battlefield is supposed to be a higher-requirement game but no im not going to play battlefiield or CoD. Im mostly going for games like AC3, Hitman Etc. Anything cheaper for this situation?
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June 21, 2013 5:54:06 PM

An A10-6800K with 2133 Mhz will be just enough for a playable framrate in any of the games listed. However, don't expect to run Crysis 3. In the future, you can upgrade your GPU when you're no longer getting playable framrates on medium/low settings.
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June 21, 2013 5:57:51 PM

griptwister said:
An A10-6800K with 2133 Mhz will be just enough for a playable framrate in any of the games listed. However, don't expect to run Crysis 3. In the future, you can upgrade your GPU when you're no longer getting playable framrates on medium/low settings.
I will buy the phenom II x4 965 what would suit with it? And im not really into pc's so what do you mean 2133 mhz ? DO you mean any graphic card with 2133mhz? Are there any anyways lol? Btw im looking for something cheap

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June 21, 2013 6:00:07 PM

griptwister is giving some solid advice and i would agree with him, get an A-10 (has a better integrated graphics than the video card you posted) and will allow you to play new games at playable framerates but at lower settings. Whatever you do, don't cheap out and get 1333 mhz ram. The reason he said to get 2133 mhz ram is that (unlike in regular cpus with dedicated gpu cards) your system ram's speed makes a big difference. If you want playable framerates with newer games, get the fasted ram the a-10 can support (which is 2133 mhz).

this will give you something you can game with while waiting to buy a decent graphics card. I'd recommend saving until you can afford a 7870 ghz edition or gtx 660.
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June 21, 2013 6:04:53 PM

Andrew131 said:
I will buy the phenom II x4 965 what would suit with it? And im not really into pc's so what do you mean 2133 mhz ? DO you mean any graphic card with 2133mhz? Are there any anyways lol? Btw im looking for something cheap



honestly unless you can afford getting a 7770 ghz (not that great of a card but a good starting point) then i'd say go with the A-10. What he means by 2133 mhz is the speed of the ram. You can buy dirt cheap ddr 2 ram, then there is ddr 3 (you want ddr3). Then there are the speeds at which that ram will run, the faster the better. 2133 mhz is the speed of the ram he's telling you to get.

Most of the time, 1600 mhz ram would do, if you have a dedicated graphics card. if you have a cpu like the a-10, which has its own integrated graphics, then the system ram speed matters more. a lot more.

If you go on a site like newegg.com they will tell you the speed of the ram in the details, and you can filter by speed on the left hand side to see rams of just that speed.
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June 21, 2013 6:07:41 PM

ethereal essence said:
griptwister is giving some solid advice and i would agree with him, get an A-10 (has a better integrated graphics than the video card you posted) and will allow you to play new games at playable framerates but at lower settings. Whatever you do, don't cheap out and get 1333 mhz ram. The reason he said to get 2133 mhz ram is that (unlike in regular cpus with dedicated gpu cards) your system ram's speed makes a big difference. If you want playable framerates with newer games, get the fasted ram the a-10 can support (which is 2133 mhz).

this will give you something you can game with while waiting to buy a decent graphics card. I'd recommend saving until you can afford a 7870 ghz edition or gtx 660.
Thanks for the explanation. I was gonna buy this RAM Corsair DDR3 8GB (2x4)Kit 1600MHz Vengeance would this one do?
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June 21, 2013 6:10:45 PM

what about 1866 ram? 1600 mhz wouldn't be ideal but would do, its just you'd have to turn the settings down even further.

would your budget allow you to get a 7770 ghz edition video card?
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June 21, 2013 6:17:07 PM

ethereal essence said:
what about 1866 ram? 1600 mhz wouldn't be ideal but would do, its just you'd have to turn the settings down even further.

would your budget allow you to get a 7770 ghz edition video card?
Not really at this time maybe later but what about a sapphire 6450?

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