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Will there be a huge performance difference with an amd a10 6800k against a fx 6300

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  1. Not really HUGE, but it will e a significant performance difference, there won't be much dips and overall frame rate will be fixed, what's your entire setup?
  2. Go with the FX 6300, That thing is great. I know this is unlikely but just make sure that if you get the FX, make sure you have a GPU or motherboard with built in graphics to go along side because it doesn't have built in graphics like the APU.
  3. AMDRadeonHD said:
    Not really HUGE, but it will e a significant performance difference, there won't be much dips and overall frame rate will be fixed, what's your entire setup?


    I am going to get a 270x but the problem is my supplier for desktop parts doesnt have fx 6300 anymore so i was wondering if there would be a huge difference he says the best he got after a fx 6300 is the a10 6800k
  4. computervegan said:
    Go with the FX 6300, That thing is great. I know this is unlikely but just make sure that if you get the FX, make sure you have a GPU or motherboard with built in graphics to go along side because it doesn't have built in graphics like the APU.


    Is the i3-4130 a good choice for a processor as well because my supplier ran out of fx-6300's
    and Im wondering if the i3-4130 would be good to run BF4 along with my 270x
  5. If your really considering the the a10 and 270x go for the 760k athlon, its basically an a10 6800k with a few less mhz and no igp for less money. Also I would try get an fm+ mobo, more features and an upgrade path.
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    jpl940 said:
    AMDRadeonHD said:
    Not really HUGE, but it will e a significant performance difference, there won't be much dips and overall frame rate will be fixed, what's your entire setup?


    I am going to get a 270x but the problem is my supplier for desktop parts doesnt have fx 6300 anymore so i was wondering if there would be a huge difference he says the best he got after a fx 6300 is the a10 6800k


    jpl940 said:
    computervegan said:
    Go with the FX 6300, That thing is great. I know this is unlikely but just make sure that if you get the FX, make sure you have a GPU or motherboard with built in graphics to go along side because it doesn't have built in graphics like the APU.


    Is the i3-4130 a good choice for a processor as well because my supplier ran out of fx-6300's
    and Im wondering if the i3-4130 would be good to run BF4 along with my 270x


    I would always go for intel over AMD, I just prefer the better performance you get with single threaded processes, for comparison I am building myself a gaming pc and I will be using the I3. If you have the extra money then you would be better off with the intel i5 4670k.
  7. computervegan

    what is your budget ???????/
    and can you also tell me your rig ?
    im planning on building a gaming pc to
  8. computervegan said:
    jpl940 said:
    AMDRadeonHD said:
    Not really HUGE, but it will e a significant performance difference, there won't be much dips and overall frame rate will be fixed, what's your entire setup?


    I am going to get a 270x but the problem is my supplier for desktop parts doesnt have fx 6300 anymore so i was wondering if there would be a huge difference he says the best he got after a fx 6300 is the a10 6800k


    jpl940 said:
    computervegan said:
    Go with the FX 6300, That thing is great. I know this is unlikely but just make sure that if you get the FX, make sure you have a GPU or motherboard with built in graphics to go along side because it doesn't have built in graphics like the APU.


    Is the i3-4130 a good choice for a processor as well because my supplier ran out of fx-6300's
    and Im wondering if the i3-4130 would be good to run BF4 along with my 270x


    I would always go for intel over AMD, I just prefer the better performance you get with single threaded processes, for comparison I am building myself a gaming pc and I will be using the I3. If you have the extra money then you would be better off with the intel i5 4670k.




    computervegan

    what is your budget ???????/
    and can you also tell me your rig ?
    im planning on building a gaming pc to
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