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July 29, 2014 5:40:39 AM

I'm currently researching for my pc build what would be better amd fx-8350 vs i5 4690k with a evga gtx 780?

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July 29, 2014 5:42:18 AM

Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350
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July 29, 2014 5:50:13 AM

Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?
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July 29, 2014 5:51:54 AM

Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


Intel are generally better and more reliable, but it is more expensive than an AMD. Both are still able to overclock. However, the AMD has a base frequency of 4GHz which doesn't need to be overclocked because no games will need that much anyway.

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July 29, 2014 5:53:06 AM

Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.


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July 29, 2014 5:55:14 AM

Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Yes, you are absolutely right. The i5 processors are praise for its excellency in gaming. So all the best to pick your processor.

I hope I have helped you out.
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July 29, 2014 5:58:45 AM

I would have to choose the i5 4690k, AMD build good cpu (if they are bad low quality they shouldn't work at all use some common sence cramming and making sure billions of transistor working in a petit die and if they slack off they entire wafer is toast. They just have a weaker architecture) Intel still win in terms of performance and efficiency, if you game on one gpu you will not be able to tell the difference between the two. But if you plan on pairing two GTX 780, Intel's cpu would be NOTICEABLY quicker. And since Intel fixed the i5 4690k with soldered TIM you could not achieve 5ghz on air but your temps would be lower. Yes both could overclock but Intel runs cooler and efficiently. Great future build though. :) 
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July 29, 2014 6:02:01 AM

I'd pick the i5 any day.

Don't be fooled by the AMD's eight cores; they're actually pretty weak on an individual basis and very little software will utilise them all. The AM3+ socket has been around for a long time and I wouldn't expect any more processors to be developed for it. AMD seem to be concentrating more on their APU line, which uses the FM2 socket.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not a fanboy, but AMD haven't released anything new for nearly a year and they simply can't match Intel for raw performance. They can compete at the lower end of the processor scale, but once you get into i5 territory, there's little reason to consider AMD quite honestly.
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July 29, 2014 6:02:50 AM

Joeteoh99 said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


Intel are generally better and more reliable, but it is more expensive than an AMD. Both are still able to overclock. However, the AMD has a base frequency of 4GHz which doesn't need to be overclocked because no games will need that much anyway.



Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Joeteoh99 said:
Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Yes, you are absolutely right. The i5 processors are praise for its excellency in gaming. So all the best to pick your processor.

I hope I have helped you out.


Yuna said:
I would have to choose the i5 4690k, AMD build good cpu (if they are bad low quality they shouldn't work at all use some common sence cramming and making sure billions of transistor working in a petit die and if they slack off they entire wafer is toast. They just have a weaker architecture) Intel still win in terms of performance and efficiency, if you game on one gpu you will not be able to tell the difference between the two. But if you plan on pairing two GTX 780, Intel's cpu would be NOTICEABLY quicker. And since Intel fixed the i5 4690k with soldered TIM you could not achieve 5ghz on air but your temps would be lower. Yes both could overclock but Intel runs cooler and efficiently. Great future build though. :) 


The i5 4690k sounds good, is it the best i5 to match with a gtx 780?
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July 29, 2014 6:04:30 AM

Joeteoh99 said:
Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Yes, you are absolutely right. The i5 processors are praise for its excellency in gaming. So all the best to pick your processor.

I hope I have helped you out.


You have thanks for the reply
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July 29, 2014 6:05:59 AM

Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


Intel are generally better and more reliable, but it is more expensive than an AMD. Both are still able to overclock. However, the AMD has a base frequency of 4GHz which doesn't need to be overclocked because no games will need that much anyway.



Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Joeteoh99 said:
Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Yes, you are absolutely right. The i5 processors are praise for its excellency in gaming. So all the best to pick your processor.

I hope I have helped you out.


Yuna said:
I would have to choose the i5 4690k, AMD build good cpu (if they are bad low quality they shouldn't work at all use some common sence cramming and making sure billions of transistor working in a petit die and if they slack off they entire wafer is toast. They just have a weaker architecture) Intel still win in terms of performance and efficiency, if you game on one gpu you will not be able to tell the difference between the two. But if you plan on pairing two GTX 780, Intel's cpu would be NOTICEABLY quicker. And since Intel fixed the i5 4690k with soldered TIM you could not achieve 5ghz on air but your temps would be lower. Yes both could overclock but Intel runs cooler and efficiently. Great future build though. :) 


The i5 4690k sounds good, is it the best i5 to match with a gtx 780?


It is definitely a wise and sensible choice. If this answer has solve your question, don't mind clicking on "Pick Solution" so others who experienced having trouble choosing a processor may be benefited.

Cheers mate ;) 
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July 29, 2014 6:12:23 AM

Joeteoh99 said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


Intel are generally better and more reliable, but it is more expensive than an AMD. Both are still able to overclock. However, the AMD has a base frequency of 4GHz which doesn't need to be overclocked because no games will need that much anyway.



Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Joeteoh99 said:
Traciatim said:
Arsenalfan said:
Joeteoh99 said:
Definitely the i5-4690K is better. You will have the chance of overclocking it and the graphics card is great. By any chance, could you upgrade to a Ti? It will perform better.

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-4690K-vs-AMD-FX-8350


What's the difference between the two?


The 4690k will be much more consistent where the 8350 performs well in a few games and poorly in many games. The difference in performance is about what you would expect from their difference in price in most cases though.




Yes, you are absolutely right. The i5 processors are praise for its excellency in gaming. So all the best to pick your processor.

I hope I have helped you out.


Yuna said:
I would have to choose the i5 4690k, AMD build good cpu (if they are bad low quality they shouldn't work at all use some common sence cramming and making sure billions of transistor working in a petit die and if they slack off they entire wafer is toast. They just have a weaker architecture) Intel still win in terms of performance and efficiency, if you game on one gpu you will not be able to tell the difference between the two. But if you plan on pairing two GTX 780, Intel's cpu would be NOTICEABLY quicker. And since Intel fixed the i5 4690k with soldered TIM you could not achieve 5ghz on air but your temps would be lower. Yes both could overclock but Intel runs cooler and efficiently. Great future build though. :) 


The i5 4690k sounds good, is it the best i5 to match with a gtx 780?


It is definitely a wise and sensible choice. If this answer has solve your question, don't mind clicking on "Pick Solution" so others who experienced having trouble choosing a processor may be benefited.

Cheers mate ;) 


Oops sorry about that would a gtx 780 3gb be considered over kill if I could a 770 4gb?
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July 29, 2014 6:31:26 AM

A GTX 780 or 770 would be fine choices for a 4690k, but the 780 is definitely the one to go for if it's in budget.
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