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January 1, 2013 5:53:45 PM

ive got this cpu nad planing to get a glaxy gtx 650ti and how good is this it for gaming i saw benchmarks it beats all the atlohns x2 and x4 and pehnom x4 940 ive ried to run ac3 andnfs most wanted 2 the usage was moslty from 30 to 40 but i think it will be diffrent when i put the graphic card had anybody thried playing bf3 multiplayer with it ?

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July 12, 2013 5:55:28 PM

If you could scrape together enough money to buy a phenom II x4 at around $90 you would benefit a lot. Its not bad, but modern games are starting to need 4 cores or even more.
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July 13, 2013 3:37:40 PM

if you are not going to overclock, i ll go with the g620, or the g860/g2020 if they are similar priced.
If you are willing to overclock, i ll probably go with the phenom x4 955. anything below that go for the g860
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July 13, 2013 3:40:50 PM

its_faith said:
if you are not going to overclock, i ll go with the g620, or the g860/g2020 if they are similar priced.
If you are willing to overclock, i ll probably go with the phenom x4 955. anything below that go for the g860

If you plan on using for any new games 4 cores is a minimum though. For older games the Pentium is fine. The phenom will perform better in every day tasks as well. And as you mentioned, overclocking is a big draw of the phenom if you plan on doing that.
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July 13, 2013 4:44:03 PM

kirilmatt said:
its_faith said:
if you are not going to overclock, i ll go with the g620, or the g860/g2020 if they are similar priced.
If you are willing to overclock, i ll probably go with the phenom x4 955. anything below that go for the g860

If you plan on using for any new games 4 cores is a minimum though. For older games the Pentium is fine. The phenom will perform better in every day tasks as well. And as you mentioned, overclocking is a big draw of the phenom if you plan on doing that.

I disagree, 9/10 games doesnt use more than 2 cores. And even so, the x4 cores of the 955 are not efficient enough to pull away from the g2020. You are underestimating the g2020, its pretty much a core i3 without ht and is very close to the 940 on syntetics.
I would give the edge to the 940 if its cheaper
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July 13, 2013 4:46:58 PM

its_faith said:
kirilmatt said:
its_faith said:
if you are not going to overclock, i ll go with the g620, or the g860/g2020 if they are similar priced.
If you are willing to overclock, i ll probably go with the phenom x4 955. anything below that go for the g860

If you plan on using for any new games 4 cores is a minimum though. For older games the Pentium is fine. The phenom will perform better in every day tasks as well. And as you mentioned, overclocking is a big draw of the phenom if you plan on doing that.

I disagree, 9/10 games doesnt use more than 2 cores. And even so, the x4 cores of the 955 are not efficient enough to pull away from the g2020. You are underestimating the g2020, its pretty much a core i3 without ht and is very close to the 940 on syntetics.
I would give the edge to the 940 if its cheaper

Current games don't yet, however most new games are. Battlefield or crysis are great examples. The Pentium is great for the price but for gaming I would suggest at least 4 cores if you plan on playing new games in the coming years
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July 13, 2013 6:04:13 PM

It may not do AC3 very well..or GTA,or ARMA..or Crysis.
probly not bf3 either.
As has already been said;Heavy games go better with 4 or more cores.
A Deneb would do better.I'm speaking from experience.
Celeron g530 to 965BE @ 4 ghz is a huge difference; from unplayable to playable
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