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Who is Better In Rendering And Gaming Intel i5 4670K or Amd Fx 8350

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February 16, 2014 3:58:03 AM

Hi me and my friend we just want truly information,about who of this CPUs can delever better performance in rendering videos and gaming in BF3 and BF4,we will apriciate a truly thinking of this to tell us the best performance of this.....

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February 16, 2014 5:06:41 AM

Faizaan Shaikh said:
i5 4670k delivers better performance. 8350 is a good cpu and cost efficient too but between them i5 wins.


Which from this 2 cpu's are better for rendering HD videos and faster in rendering....
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February 16, 2014 5:21:06 AM

The 4670 K is the winner....
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February 21, 2014 2:40:26 AM

Vana Ivan Pandovski said:
Faizaan Shaikh said:
i5 4670k delivers better performance. 8350 is a good cpu and cost efficient too but between them i5 wins.


Which from this 2 cpu's are better for rendering HD videos and faster in rendering....


It will depend on what kind of encoding software your are comparing these two systems with as x264 (encoder that is capable of dividing work load into parallel load on threads or core - if it is set correctly) or xvid ([divX is the licenced part; but work much in the same way] another common encoder which is not that good to work in parallel thread as x264.

Outside of these encoders you will normally have some kind of software wrapping all these encoders for sound/video and subtitle into a container like MKV or MP4 that make it easy to choose between encoders, filters and changing other settings in a easy way.

My point to all this is that your question is not taking into account what you have to find a trade off between as you only focus on a very small part of your computer system.

Both CPU will be able to transcode (decode>encode) rather fast x264, but might be limited depending on what kind of container, post processing and filters you want to use and how well the software that package all this together is to take advantage of several threads/cores in an efficient way.

The you also have to take into account that Intel CPU support Quicksync (through the integrated HD 4600 gpu) which is said to be fast, but at the cost of quality. Discrete video cards GPU from both nVidia and AMD have been for some years capable to do the same in hardware.

From benchmark you will see that there is very little difference between FX-8350 and i5 4670k at stock clock, but it will also be depending on other factors like SSD, RAM and how well your case is to keep a stable low temperature to avoid throttling down on cpu. Mainboard quality is important for 8-core FX to provide enough power through VRM, so you will have to look for a MB that do support FX. It is easier to find a MB for 4670k, but you will also have to look for chipset and VRM that will be providing enough power. For FX look into 970 (might be on limit for VRM), 990X or 990FX. For 4670k or non-k version it is best to look into z87 chipset (there are low end chipset like b81 etc, but these might also use VRM which isn't designed to high end cpu).

Are you going to use your system at stock speed or will you over clock it? Which software are you planning to use for rendering and for video transcoding?



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March 11, 2014 5:47:57 AM

from the newest Ubisoft AAA game called ''Watch Dogs'' scheduled to come out on may 2014 and looking in the future, i would say FX-8350...
looking at the PC requirements for this game, the Recommended specifications are as follow :

Recommended

Processor: Core i7 3770 @ 3.5Ghz or AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0Ghz
RAM: 8 GB
Video Card: 2048 VRAM DirectX 11 with Shader Model 5.0 or higher (see supported list)
Sound Card: Surround Sound 5.1 capable sound card
Supported Video Cards at Time of Release:
nVidia GeForce GTX460 or better, GT500, GT600, GT700 series;
AMD Radeon HD5850 or better, HD6000, HD7000, R7 and R9 series
Intel® Iris™ Pro HD 5200

Links for more information :
http://www.pcgamer.com/2013/10/08/watch-dogs-system-req...

http://ca.ign.com/wikis/watch-dogs/PC_System_Requiremen...
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March 11, 2014 6:35:43 AM

It seems that put up high requirements just to make this game feel like it is in the loop og high end (=demanding) players.

I doubt it will be utilise all eight threads at 100% and most quad core system should be able to run this game without issues.
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March 11, 2014 7:23:01 AM

Quest_Skyrim said:
It seems that put up high requirements just to make this game feel like it is in the loop og high end (=demanding) players.

I doubt it will be utilise all eight threads at 100% and most quad core system should be able to run this game without issues.

i agree with you, but if i where to build a system today for future games i would rather have an 8 thread capable CPU
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