If you OC it, a 212 should be a good option. There is another benefit for going with the Intel Pentium, you can upgrade to an i5 or i7 down the road and as long as your mobo is unlocked or a Z series you can overclock. Much better than buying a platform that has already died (fx line up from amd). Tom's also did an article testing the G3258, I'll link if I find it so you can see performance.
Read every page of this and you can see the value in that CPU. It's crazy not to OC it.http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/pentium-g3258-overclocking-performance,3849.html