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Fx 6300 or fx 6350???

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July 12, 2013 5:01:43 AM

Hi there,

I will build a new pc and I can choose between this cpu: the FX 6350 or the FX 6300.
what will be better for me?
I wil not overclock it much (like 300 mhz)

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July 12, 2013 5:15:15 AM

yeah i agree with you here in my country its just 5 dollar difference so i'll go with the 6350
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July 12, 2013 5:16:35 AM

younes-ea said:
yeah i agree with you here in my country its just 5 dollar difference so i'll go with the 6350


Good choice

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July 12, 2013 5:16:37 AM

nah i would go with the fx6300 if i was temp. conscious. the 6300 would be good, save ur money and invest more on the gpu
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July 12, 2013 5:21:08 AM

I'd go with the fx-6300. A slight overclock to both will make them perform the same. With that said, I'd suggest shooting for 4.4GHz range. The fx-6300 is an easy overclocker and wants to be overclocked.
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July 12, 2013 6:14:57 AM

Depends on how warm you like your computer room...
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July 12, 2013 6:21:09 AM

hey there jess, how r u?
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July 12, 2013 6:27:53 AM

younes-ea

"I wil not overclock it much (like 300 mhz)"



With this overclock the 6350 is the better solution.

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July 12, 2013 6:34:49 AM

The 6300 and the 6350 are good cpu's but in my country they cost almos the same. I'll buy a 7850 with it so there will not be any bottleneck. Hmmm. So what to choose. They say that the 6350 is an overclock of the 6300 but it comes with a different better heatsink. So if I choos the 6300 and I'll overclock it it will be 4.00 GHz. But if I take the 6350 I'll overclock it to 4.2/4.3 GHz.
jessterman21 said:
Depends on how warm you like your computer room...

I live in the netherlands so it around 15/17 °C
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July 12, 2013 8:20:28 AM

Don't bump posts...

If they cost the same, go for the FX-6350 since it's probably a better bin, and should not draw any more power than the 6300 when overclocked.

@sourodip, good - getting ready to order a GTX 660 next week. You?
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July 12, 2013 8:42:34 AM

okay thank you all for the help
i go for the 6350
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July 16, 2013 12:03:26 AM

@jess- why don't u wait for the hd9xxx series or the gtx760?
some days ago in GD i saw a article about POP' new release and i went to read it thoroughly and after reading i learnt taht it was the coming only for mobiles and tablets, such a disappointment for prince of persia fans.
i think ubisoft is ass *****ing itself.
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July 16, 2013 5:09:07 AM

sourodip said:
@jess- why don't u wait for the hd9xxx series or the gtx760?
some days ago in GD i saw a article about POP' new release and i went to read it thoroughly and after reading i learnt taht it was the coming only for mobiles and tablets, such a disappointment for prince of persia fans.
i think ubisoft is ass *****ing itself.


I'd love to get a GTX 760, but can't convince the wife. Stupidly told her once that there's absolutely no reason to spend more than $200 on any computer part - which is true, but the 760 is actually priced correctly for the performance.
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July 18, 2013 1:26:52 AM

ohh, but u can get a hd7870 which is within 200$ and better than the gtx660.
i'm stuck with my ancient rig(x2 245 and a decent gpu-hd7750)
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July 18, 2013 10:36:42 AM

sourodip said:
ohh, but u can get a hd7870 which is within 200$ and better than the gtx660.
i'm stuck with my ancient rig(x2 245 and a decent gpu-hd7750)


I had considered the Sapphire DualX version back when it was $199 with the Never Settle Reloaded bundle, but that's ended - now it doesn't come with any free games... (I love short, compact cards, and I'm getting the Zotac GTX 660.)

Also, the 660 benches better in almost all the games I own/plan to own, and I want to try out PhysX finally - I have 7 games that support it. And I like FXAA better than MLAA, I want to be able to use Adaptive Vsync, and the GeForce Experience has impressed me, especially with the automatic driver updates. And though I thoroughly love my current card, AMD drivers have given me some trouble lately, since I've been using my TV as a second monitor.

That's a decent little rig - I had a Dell Inspiron 546 with an X2 250 and an HD 5670 for a while and I loved it. Played most games just fine without AA - even Crysis at 30fps on High. Here's a tip: when you do upgrade, remember that your GPU controls the average framerate, and the CPU controls the minimum framerate. (I upgraded to my HD 6870 thinking I'd get some games over 60fps, but was disappointed to find my framerate still dropped just as low in the same parts of my games as before, and my new card was usually only at 60% usage or less because of the CPU bottleneck.)
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July 18, 2013 11:02:26 AM

jessterman21 said:
And though I thoroughly love my current card, AMD drivers have given me some trouble lately, since I've been using my TV as a second monitor.


Good luck with that and nVIDIA drivers. Quite possibly the worst drivers for Multi-Monitor support. The GTS 450, in my HTPC, still gives me headaches.
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July 18, 2013 12:22:50 PM

Supposedly the Crossfire issues are being fixed in the newest version of Catalyst as well as many of the other issues that were on the top of the list...(currently in Beta I believe)...
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July 19, 2013 6:03:11 AM

well jess u are correct.I agree that nvidia has got the physx stuff which is either supported by your cpu or gpu.But surely it takes advantage in games while heavy fighting, so it's a good choice. And i am also thinking of upgrading my rig,but my father says that he won't buy me one until get admission in a good college next year by getting a good rank in competitive exams. best of luck to you bro....
also i live in a such a country where prices of pc components are too expensive w.r.t US$.
Hey, buy the way today i saw an add of the hd7870 at newegg with a price tag of 169.99$, leave it go with the 660 and taste their GF exp, physx and yes, their driver updates.
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July 19, 2013 8:30:27 AM

1 question will the 6300 and the 6350 overclock the same
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July 19, 2013 8:34:12 AM

younes-ea said:
1 question will the 6300 and the 6350 overclock the same


Probably, but the FX-6350 will more likely get a better overclock because of binning.
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July 19, 2013 8:36:26 AM

okay i'll order the 6350 right now :) 
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July 21, 2013 2:59:35 AM

but the fx6300 would be better if u are concerned about the cpu temps.
by the way, u should mark jess's post as best answer. :) 
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July 21, 2013 3:04:12 AM

yeah but this is an old topic i can't choose anymore sorry jess :( 
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July 21, 2013 3:06:57 AM

lol; jess ;) 
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