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Amd Fx8350K vs Intel Core I5 3570K For Nxt Generations Gaming

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July 13, 2013 2:28:48 PM

So Which Is Better?!

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July 13, 2013 2:35:53 PM

4670K

Just because a game will be built to utilize more cores doesn't mean a quad core with a lot stronger per core performance will be slower then a processor with more cores and less per core performance
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July 14, 2013 4:56:09 AM

Intel God said:
4670K

Just because a game will be built to utilize more cores doesn't mean a quad core with a lot stronger per core performance will be slower then a processor with more cores and less per core performance


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July 14, 2013 2:07:06 PM

from what i hear the 4670k haswell has little to no advantage over a 3570k so i dunno id still get the 3570k
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July 14, 2013 3:18:52 PM

vrgadin said:
from what i hear the 4670k haswell has little to no advantage over a 3570k so i dunno id still get the 3570k


Ya, plus you save money going that way...
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July 14, 2013 3:41:28 PM

vrgadin said:
from what i hear the 4670k haswell has little to no advantage over a 3570k so i dunno id still get the 3570k


You've obviously heard wrong


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July 14, 2013 4:06:16 PM

No they haven't heard wrong...Tom's Hardware even recommends a 3570k over a 4670k for gaming. They won't recommend the 4670k until all the 3570k's are gone!
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July 14, 2013 4:35:59 PM

Those graphs dont say much. for instance whats the clocks on all the chips? stock? an i7 shouldnt be getting any better performance in games over an i5 either. Hyperthreading means donkeypoo right now. its widely accepted the only diff haswell has over 3rd gen is a better onboard gpu.....which to anyone who games would mean nothing as its still far inferior to a discrete card. plus haswells run hotter so ivys and sandys should oc better. just my 3 cents

i love amd, but for now i am building an i5 3570k.......BUT i will be watching amd closely over the next few years, they look about ready to pounce. and to speed that along im throwing my gpu money at amd =)
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July 15, 2013 5:56:17 AM

Your only getting a couple more fps, so its not worth that much extra money. Theres about a $50 dollar differnce, plus motherboards being cheaper on the i5 3570k.
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