Intel i5 3570k or AMD DX-8350?

For my gaming build.

AMD is cheaper, but which is better?
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  1. The idea of the best bang for buck is to price the best Intel PC your money will stretch for. If you can then beat that performance using parts from AMD the answer should then become obvious.
  2. logan from the tek sydicate youtube channel did a set of every day gaming benchmarks a few weeks ago and got some surprising showing how capable the 8300 series is becoming with maturing driver support and such here
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4et7kDGSRfc
  3. popeyejohnson said:
    logan from the tek sydicate youtube channel did a set of every day gaming benchmarks a few weeks ago and got some surprising showing how capable the 8300 series is becoming with maturing driver support and such here
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4et7kDGSRfc


    But anyone is now bitching his results are no one had these kind of results... That's sad as he test with X-split and streaming so if you're not using X-split, the 3570k is faster in games...

    They're about the same price and about the same performance so pick your side, you will not regret it, they're both really great solutions...
  4. If i was going with a microcenter budget build then I'd say 8350 (however it does consume more power...raising energy bill), but if it's simply a question of which is better for gaming:
    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/fx-8350-8320-6300-4300_6.html

    Take a look and you decide.
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