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June 4, 2014 7:54:17 PM

How much longer will a nvidia gpu and intel cpu than a amd cpu and gpu? Like a year or 2 longer

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June 4, 2014 7:56:27 PM

None at all.
All will last the same length, its not like brands make them last longer.

Now if you have specific cards/CPUs in mind there can be a comparison.
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June 4, 2014 7:57:59 PM

What?!? I cannot comprehend the level of confusion that could lead to a question such as this.

Your GPU will last as long as your GPU lasts, your CPU will last as long as your CPU lasts.

If your question is shorter than a line you need to put more work into it.
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June 4, 2014 7:58:22 PM

Like r9 290 or 290x vs gtx 780 i know in power the r9s are more powerful but a 780 is cooler
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June 4, 2014 8:03:49 PM

In that range get something like the 780Ti. It will outperform them all.
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June 4, 2014 8:05:41 PM

Thats too expansive 220$ more
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June 4, 2014 8:33:19 PM

A liquid cooling kit is the best answer for a high end AMD video card as they have a weak point in real clock rate under load and the same can be said for Nvidia cards if you are talking longevity along with the cpu side.. lower temps equal longer life and highly stable overclocks.
With that said, a AMD FX will remain good for gaming and will benefit greatly with a overclock over 4ghz. 4.5ghz better and 5-6ghz well epic. This has a lot to do with the 32nm vs 28nm scaling with the large gaming performance increase.. but it can be said that for a gamer a 22nm intel needs no overclock.
Of course even if you render or are a game dev either company can be a good choice just with the scaling difference you need a higher clock rate with AMD.
AMD was suppose to release a 28nm FX but that did not happen yet...
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June 6, 2014 11:23:15 AM

iron8orn said:
A liquid cooling kit is the best answer for a high end AMD video card as they have a weak point in real clock rate under load and the same can be said for Nvidia cards if you are talking longevity along with the cpu side.. lower temps equal longer life and highly stable overclocks.
With that said, a AMD FX will remain good for gaming and will benefit greatly with a overclock over 4ghz. 4.5ghz better and 5-6ghz well epic. This has a lot to do with the 32nm vs 28nm scaling with the large gaming performance increase.. but it can be said that for a gamer a 22nm intel needs no overclock.
Of course even if you render or are a game dev either company can be a good choice just with the scaling difference you need a higher clock rate with AMD.
AMD was suppose to release a 28nm FX but that did not happen yet...


Agreed. The battle between intel/nvidia and amd/amd is a constant neck and neck fight. Both have their strengths and weaknesses. I've gone from nVidia to AMD and have stayed AMD for a while. The way I look at it is, AMD is meant to be overclocked, where intel is strong out the gate. However, when overclocking ANYTHING, your cooling is crucial to your build's survival. Also, if your trying to build a rig on a budget, AMD is usually cheaper than intel/nvidia parts. The top of the line FX (8-core 4.7ghz stock) is around $300 while a top of the line i7 is $1,000 (For the extreme, $500 for the one right below). But liquid cooling is required for those cpus, when overclocked, as it can get super hot when air cooled. Overall, it's all about what YOU can afford. Always research your builds before you buy...ALWAYS. And just have fun!
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