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ok i got fx 8320 for about month its a great cpu much better than intel for gaming but right now im planing to get h100 coller and oc the shit out my fx cpu will i gain fps and how much
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  1. Beforehand, I should point that 'being better than Intel for gaming' is bollocks. It might be better than comparable Intel CPUs at a given situation. There isn't such a thing as a brand being better in every single scenario.

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    About your gains, it will depend heavily on which game and with which GPU. In most scenarios you shouldn't be seeing any improvement (as the GPU is the performance limiting factor in most titles/cases), although games as BF4 multi player can see healthy gains from faster CPU clock.
  2. You'll gain even in Crysis 3
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    Vedran Lastric said:
    right now im planing to get h100 coller and oc the shit out my fx cpu will i gain fps and how much

    Yeah man! Bring it on, you gotta gain a buttload o' fps bro! Double voltage on CPU, then tilt off with the multiplier! Gonna blast all others away!
  4. Kai Dowin said:
    Beforehand, I should point that 'being better than Intel for gaming' is bollocks. It might be better than comparable Intel CPUs at a given situation. There isn't such a thing as a brand being better in every single scenario.

    -

    About your gains, it will depend heavily on which game and with which GPU. In most scenarios you shouldn't be seeing any improvement (as the GPU is the performance limiting factor in most titles/cases), although games as BF4 multi player can see healthy gains from faster CPU clock.


    I agree, with an i5 haswell you will gain much more perfomance in games, because it has a much higher single-threaded performance, which matters more then multiple cores (especially in multiplayer-games, which are more cpu-bound)

    I also have a FX 8320 because im a programmer and web designer and I just need that power for my work

    besides I also like to game in my free time and I could overclock it to 4,2 ghz with a vcore of 1,356V on air (noctua nh-u12s with push/pull fan config)

    with the h100 you should reach 4,5ghz with ease up to 5ghz, it depends a lot on your chip
  5. DeathAndPain said:
    Vedran Lastric said:
    right now im planing to get h100 coller and oc the shit out my fx cpu will i gain fps and how much

    Yeah man! Bring it on, you gotta gain a buttload o' fps bro! Double voltage on CPU, then tilt off with the multiplier! Gonna blast all others away!


    :lol:
  6. DeathAndPain said:
    Vedran Lastric said:
    right now im planing to get h100 coller and oc the shit out my fx cpu will i gain fps and how much

    Yeah man! Bring it on, you gotta gain a buttload o' fps bro! Double voltage on CPU, then tilt off with the multiplier! Gonna blast all others away!


    [:kai-dowin]

    I can't breathe!
  7. Kai Dowin said:
    DeathAndPain said:
    Vedran Lastric said:
    right now im planing to get h100 coller and oc the shit out my fx cpu will i gain fps and how much

    Yeah man! Bring it on, you gotta gain a buttload o' fps bro! Double voltage on CPU, then tilt off with the multiplier! Gonna blast all others away!


    [:kai-dowin]

    I can't breathe!


    best answer I read here the last weeks :lol:
    +1
  8. fuck it im gona oc that shit to 5 ghz it will kick i7 ass LOL
  9. yeah, fuck man, overclock it even more, the more voltage the better
    do this so long until the cpu kicks your ass
  10. Vedran Lastric said:
    fuck it im gona oc that shit to 5 ghz it will kick i7 ass LOL

    No, you won't. i7 is a different league, not even 5 GHz will take your CPU there, at least not in applications where hyperthreading makes a difference. You can reach i5 levels tho (and for games i5 pretty much = i7).
  11. Well my fx 8320 at 4.45ghz(233x19) NB 2570 and ht link at 1400 beats 3770(non k) in cinebench 11.5. Btw its at 1.28v. Also its quite strange, but I found that when I lowered my ht link I got better score in cinebench...
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