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May 28, 2013 10:38:30 PM

May i have to go with Intel Core i3 3220 Or may i have to go with AMD A6 5400k
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May 28, 2013 10:55:19 PM

Will the i3 have a dedicated GPU to go with it?

What're the uses?
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May 28, 2013 11:07:35 PM

If you don't want to buy a GPU then go to 5400k. AMD cpus has a good integrated GPU than an intel CPU.

but if you will buy some GPU for at least gt 630 or gt 640 better. just go with i3-3220 or 3210.

Better to have a GPU.
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May 29, 2013 1:43:45 AM

elemein said:
Will the i3 have a dedicated GPU to go with it?

What're the uses?


Mostly i am using for programing , high module d software like Autocad 2012,2013 etc and secondly for gaming
I don't want to buy graphics card
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May 29, 2013 6:46:26 AM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
Will the i3 have a dedicated GPU to go with it?

What're the uses?


Mostly i am using for programing , high module d software like Autocad 2012,2013 etc and secondly for gaming
I don't want to buy graphics card


Why not get an A10-5800K? They're about the same price as an i3-3220 while providing far superior graphical power for your gaming and enough power for autocad and programming. A superior choice to the i3 if you are not buying a dedicated GPU.
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May 29, 2013 7:12:54 AM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
Will the i3 have a dedicated GPU to go with it?

What're the uses?


Mostly i am using for programing , high module d software like Autocad 2012,2013 etc and secondly for gaming
I don't want to buy graphics card


A10-5800K is what you want, has APU architecture and can run BF3 i think its an integrated HD7660 but i could be wrong. You wont need to buy a GPU (im sure of that though).
With the i3 you will depending on the motherboard you get for it.
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May 29, 2013 7:18:50 AM

catshannon said:

With the i3 you will depending on the motherboard you get for it.


Not exactly; the 3220 comes with an IGP, but its nothing in comparison to the 7660D.
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May 29, 2013 7:23:17 AM

elemein said:
catshannon said:

With the i3 you will depending on the motherboard you get for it.


Not exactly; the 3220 comes with an IGP, but its nothing in comparison to the 7660D.


some boards dont respond to its IGP

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May 29, 2013 7:27:48 AM

catshannon said:
elemein said:
catshannon said:

With the i3 you will depending on the motherboard you get for it.


Not exactly; the 3220 comes with an IGP, but its nothing in comparison to the 7660D.


some boards dont respond to its IGP



Really? I hadn't known. Yeah, I guess the OP is really limited with the 3220.
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May 29, 2013 7:45:04 AM

elemein said:
catshannon said:
elemein said:
catshannon said:

With the i3 you will depending on the motherboard you get for it.


Not exactly; the 3220 comes with an IGP, but its nothing in comparison to the 7660D.


some boards dont respond to its IGP



Really? I hadn't known. Yeah, I guess the OP is really limited with the 3220.


its usually a bios issue he needs the A10-5800k
May 29, 2013 10:10:46 PM

Anonymous said:
If you don't want to buy a GPU then go to 5400k. AMD cpus has a good integrated GPU than an intel CPU.

but if you will buy some GPU for at least gt 630 or gt 640 better. just go with i3-3220 or 3210.

Better to have a GPU.


Bro tell me GPU are dependant on MOBO's or on processors ?all Fm2 boards are nearly shared memory with 2 gb and will you suggest any FM2 mobo for amd A65400k or A6 6400k
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May 30, 2013 4:40:54 AM

technoboyhrishi said:
Anonymous said:
If you don't want to buy a GPU then go to 5400k. AMD cpus has a good integrated GPU than an intel CPU.

but if you will buy some GPU for at least gt 630 or gt 640 better. just go with i3-3220 or 3210.

Better to have a GPU.


Bro tell me GPU are dependant on MOBO's or on processors ?all Fm2 boards are nearly shared memory with 2 gb and will you suggest any FM2 mobo for amd A65400k or A6 6400k


FM chips are APU that means accelerated processing unit and the gpu and cpu are combined and gather video ram from the actual ram on the board (sort of best i can do in a simple sentence)

Get an A10 5700k or 5800k and more ram rather than an i3 + gpu
Anonymous
May 30, 2013 6:14:28 AM

catshannon said:
technoboyhrishi said:
Anonymous said:
If you don't want to buy a GPU then go to 5400k. AMD cpus has a good integrated GPU than an intel CPU.

but if you will buy some GPU for at least gt 630 or gt 640 better. just go with i3-3220 or 3210.

Better to have a GPU.


Bro tell me GPU are dependant on MOBO's or on processors ?all Fm2 boards are nearly shared memory with 2 gb and will you suggest any FM2 mobo for amd A65400k or A6 6400k


FM chips are APU that means accelerated processing unit and the gpu and cpu are combined and gather video ram from the actual ram on the board (sort of best i can do in a simple sentence)

Get an A10 5700k or 5800k and more ram rather than an i3 + gpu



Yes. He was right. But I would rather trust Intel than an AMD processors.

Nowadays. Games usually use 4 cores (to have a better experience).

Try to get 4 cores.
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May 30, 2013 6:31:49 AM

If not buying a dedicated GPU, as others have said, get the A10 5800k. Its graphics is superior to that of an i3.
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May 30, 2013 6:45:15 AM

Anonymous said:
catshannon said:
technoboyhrishi said:
Anonymous said:
If you don't want to buy a GPU then go to 5400k. AMD cpus has a good integrated GPU than an intel CPU.

but if you will buy some GPU for at least gt 630 or gt 640 better. just go with i3-3220 or 3210.

Better to have a GPU.


Bro tell me GPU are dependant on MOBO's or on processors ?all Fm2 boards are nearly shared memory with 2 gb and will you suggest any FM2 mobo for amd A65400k or A6 6400k


FM chips are APU that means accelerated processing unit and the gpu and cpu are combined and gather video ram from the actual ram on the board (sort of best i can do in a simple sentence)

Get an A10 5700k or 5800k and more ram rather than an i3 + gpu



Yes. He was right. But I would rather trust Intel than an AMD processors.

Nowadays. Games usually use 4 cores (to have a better experience).

Try to get 4 cores.


The A10-5700 and A10-5800K both have four cores.
May 30, 2013 7:44:24 PM

logainofhades said:
If not buying a dedicated GPU, as others have said, get the A10 5800k. Its graphics is superior to that of an i3.


elemein said:
Anonymous said:
catshannon said:
technoboyhrishi said:
Anonymous said:
If you don't want to buy a GPU then go to 5400k. AMD cpus has a good integrated GPU than an intel CPU.

but if you will buy some GPU for at least gt 630 or gt 640 better. just go with i3-3220 or 3210.

Better to have a GPU.


Bro tell me GPU are dependant on MOBO's or on processors ?all Fm2 boards are nearly shared memory with 2 gb and will you suggest any FM2 mobo for amd A65400k or A6 6400k


FM chips are APU that means accelerated processing unit and the gpu and cpu are combined and gather video ram from the actual ram on the board (sort of best i can do in a simple sentence)

Get an A10 5700k or 5800k and more ram rather than an i3 + gpu



Yes. He was right. But I would rather trust Intel than an AMD processors.

Nowadays. Games usually use 4 cores (to have a better experience).

Try to get 4 cores.


The A10-5700 and A10-5800K both have four cores.


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?
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May 30, 2013 7:46:12 PM

technoboyhrishi said:


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?


Im sorry, could you please rephrase this? I do not understand the sentence.
May 30, 2013 7:51:44 PM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?


Im sorry, could you please rephrase this? I do not understand the sentence.


Bro most of this thread persons suggested to go with quad core A10 but it is out of my pocket and i need more 2500 Rs for extra PSU .
My point is should i purchase the AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2)
it is cheap in price and good in performance or Upcomming dual core A6 6400k higher graphixed APU

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May 30, 2013 8:05:01 PM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?


Im sorry, could you please rephrase this? I do not understand the sentence.


Bro most of this thread persons suggested to go with quad core A10 but it is out of my pocket and i need more 2500 Rs for extra PSU .
My point is should i purchase the AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2)
it is cheap in price and good in performance or Upcomming dual core A6 6400k higher graphixed APU



If price is an issue, go with the A8.
May 30, 2013 8:34:25 PM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?


Im sorry, could you please rephrase this? I do not understand the sentence.


Bro most of this thread persons suggested to go with quad core A10 but it is out of my pocket and i need more 2500 Rs for extra PSU .
My point is should i purchase the AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2)
it is cheap in price and good in performance or Upcomming dual core A6 6400k higher graphixed APU



If price is an issue, go with the A8.


yup and hat about A 6 6400k dual core ? high graphics and more power main issue is the money my friend and is it powerfull secondly if i chose quad core it will eat more power newegg.com PSU selection gave power 260W recomandded PSU while dual core/tripple core give only 205W
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May 30, 2013 8:42:27 PM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?


Im sorry, could you please rephrase this? I do not understand the sentence.


Bro most of this thread persons suggested to go with quad core A10 but it is out of my pocket and i need more 2500 Rs for extra PSU .
My point is should i purchase the AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2)
it is cheap in price and good in performance or Upcomming dual core A6 6400k higher graphixed APU



If price is an issue, go with the A8.


yup and hat about A 6 6400k dual core ? high graphics and more power main issue is the money my friend and is it powerfull secondly if i chose quad core it will eat more power newegg.com PSU selection gave power 260W recomandded PSU while dual core/tripple core give only 205W


Very little is really known about Richland, so I cant say much.

260W and 205W are very close to eachother. You usually cant get a quality PSU under 400W anyways, so dont worry about the wattage at that point.
May 30, 2013 8:53:53 PM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


Bro what is about AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2) power efficient and low price Should i go with it ?


Im sorry, could you please rephrase this? I do not understand the sentence.


Bro most of this thread persons suggested to go with quad core A10 but it is out of my pocket and i need more 2500 Rs for extra PSU .
My point is should i purchase the AMD A8-5500 APU (3.2/3.7Ghz, 65W, 4MB total dedicated L2 cache, socket FM2)
it is cheap in price and good in performance or Upcomming dual core A6 6400k higher graphixed APU



If price is an issue, go with the A8.


yup and hat about A 6 6400k dual core ? high graphics and more power main issue is the money my friend and is it powerfull secondly if i chose quad core it will eat more power newegg.com PSU selection gave power 260W recomandded PSU while dual core/tripple core give only 205W


Very little is really known about Richland, so I cant say much.

260W and 205W are very close to eachother. You usually cant get a quality PSU under 400W anyways, so dont worry about the wattage at that point.

so should i go with i ball marathon 500W PSU here is the link
http://www.homeshop18.com/iball-marathon-500w-peak-gami...

it is dual 12V rail
May 30, 2013 9:05:14 PM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:

so should i go with i ball marathon 500W PSU here is the link
http://www.homeshop18.com/iball-marathon-500w-peak-gami...

it is dual 12V rail


I cannot reccomend that PSU.

If you must use that site, I reccomend this instead: http://www.homeshop18.com/cooler-master-thunder-450w-po...

The price is worth it.

Is it worth of money PSU ? and is it power efficient or not ?
bro one more thing i am not gona overclock and not use any dedicated GPU so i am asking for I ball
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May 30, 2013 9:18:14 PM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:

so should i go with i ball marathon 500W PSU here is the link
http://www.homeshop18.com/iball-marathon-500w-peak-gami...

it is dual 12V rail


I cannot reccomend that PSU.

If you must use that site, I reccomend this instead: http://www.homeshop18.com/cooler-master-thunder-450w-po...

The price is worth it.

Is it worth of money PSU ? and is it power efficient or not ?
bro one more thing i am not gona overclock and not use any dedicated GPU so i am asking for I ball


It is both reliable and power efficient, so it is worth the extra money.

The iBall is not known to be reliable, that is why I do not reccomend it.
May 30, 2013 9:35:51 PM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:

so should i go with i ball marathon 500W PSU here is the link
http://www.homeshop18.com/iball-marathon-500w-peak-gami...

it is dual 12V rail


I cannot reccomend that PSU.

If you must use that site, I reccomend this instead: http://www.homeshop18.com/cooler-master-thunder-450w-po...

The price is worth it.

Is it worth of money PSU ? and is it power efficient or not ?
bro one more thing i am not gona overclock and not use any dedicated GPU so i am asking for I ball


It is both reliable and power efficient, so it is worth the extra money.

The iBall is not known to be reliable, that is why I do not recommend it.


but bro WD said that 2 tb consumes only 5 W for read and Write and normal use it takes 2W so tell me A6 6400k = FM2+ 2.160 TB is good working using pure 450w VIP PSU or I ball PSU and secondly i am not going for higher games so no other issue
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May 30, 2013 9:37:16 PM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:

so should i go with i ball marathon 500W PSU here is the link
http://www.homeshop18.com/iball-marathon-500w-peak-gami...

it is dual 12V rail


I cannot reccomend that PSU.

If you must use that site, I reccomend this instead: http://www.homeshop18.com/cooler-master-thunder-450w-po...

The price is worth it.

Is it worth of money PSU ? and is it power efficient or not ?
bro one more thing i am not gona overclock and not use any dedicated GPU so i am asking for I ball


It is both reliable and power efficient, so it is worth the extra money.

The iBall is not known to be reliable, that is why I do not recommend it.


but bro WD said that 2 tb consumes only 5 W for read and Write and normal use it takes 2W so tell me A6 6400k = FM2+ 2.160 TB is good working using pure 450w VIP PSU or I ball PSU and secondly i am not going for higher games so no other issue


Dont worry about hard drives consuming much power.

Dont go with a generic brand PSU like those.
May 31, 2013 1:21:24 AM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:

so should i go with i ball marathon 500W PSU here is the link
http://www.homeshop18.com/iball-marathon-500w-peak-gami...

it is dual 12V rail


I cannot reccomend that PSU.

If you must use that site, I reccomend this instead: http://www.homeshop18.com/cooler-master-thunder-450w-po...

The price is worth it.

Is it worth of money PSU ? and is it power efficient or not ?
bro one more thing i am not gona overclock and not use any dedicated GPU so i am asking for I ball


It is both reliable and power efficient, so it is worth the extra money.

The iBall is not known to be reliable, that is why I do not recommend it.


but bro WD said that 2 tb consumes only 5 W for read and Write and normal use it takes 2W so tell me A6 6400k = FM2+ 2.160 TB is good working using pure 450w VIP PSU or I ball PSU and secondly i am not going for higher games so no other issue


Dont worry about hard drives consuming much power.

Dont go with a generic brand PSU like those.


generic brands means like VIP or Iball or like the collar master ?
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May 31, 2013 5:01:25 AM

technoboyhrishi said:


generic brands means like VIP or Iball or like the collar master ?


Generic like VIP or iBall. Cooler Master is very reputable.
May 31, 2013 8:58:51 AM

elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


generic brands means like VIP or Iball or like the collar master ?


Generic like VIP or iBall. Cooler Master is very reputable.


Bro really tell me whats actually will problem persists or not with these brands ? and VIP 500W are i think good choice because they give nearly 350W-400W pure output and thats i think enough since newegg.com gave 241W total power utilization so good to choose or not for normal use not heavy use

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May 31, 2013 10:33:33 AM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
technoboyhrishi said:


generic brands means like VIP or Iball or like the collar master ?


Generic like VIP or iBall. Cooler Master is very reputable.


Bro really tell me whats actually will problem persists or not with these brands ? and VIP 500W are i think good choice because they give nearly 350W-400W pure output and thats i think enough since newegg.com gave 241W total power utilization so good to choose or not for normal use not heavy use



The problem is that they will explode. They're not made by a reputable company. I am not joking.

Like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Em4PLzv2zSE

Boom. Dead power supply and potentially several other parts due to oversurging at death.
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May 31, 2013 10:51:11 AM

Wattage doesn't equal quality. Also many poor quality PSU makers flat out lie about how much wattage their PSU's can actually do. Honestly, I wouldn't buy even a Coolermaster PSU most of the time. They are very hit and miss on the quality. Seasonic, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, and Rosewill Capstones are much better quality.
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May 31, 2013 12:41:41 PM

logainofhades said:
Wattage doesn't equal quality. Also many poor quality PSU makers flat out lie about how much wattage their PSU's can actually do. Honestly, I wouldn't buy even a Coolermaster PSU most of the time. They are very hit and miss on the quality. Seasonic, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, and Rosewill Capstones are much better quality.


I was going to reccomend a more quality PSU, but it wouldve come out to be 4x+ as much. The CoolerMaster should do fine.
May 31, 2013 6:50:01 PM

elemein said:
logainofhades said:
Wattage doesn't equal quality. Also many poor quality PSU makers flat out lie about how much wattage their PSU's can actually do. Honestly, I wouldn't buy even a Coolermaster PSU most of the time. They are very hit and miss on the quality. Seasonic, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, and Rosewill Capstones are much better quality.


I was going to reccomend a more quality PSU, but it wouldve come out to be 4x+ as much. The CoolerMaster should do fine.

Elmin you are the best thanks dude

One more thing yesterday i got re certified 2 TB hard disk For 1 TB from WD as a replacement is it good to use or not ?its warranty ends on december 2013
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May 31, 2013 9:16:48 PM

technoboyhrishi said:
elemein said:
logainofhades said:
Wattage doesn't equal quality. Also many poor quality PSU makers flat out lie about how much wattage their PSU's can actually do. Honestly, I wouldn't buy even a Coolermaster PSU most of the time. They are very hit and miss on the quality. Seasonic, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, and Rosewill Capstones are much better quality.


I was going to reccomend a more quality PSU, but it wouldve come out to be 4x+ as much. The CoolerMaster should do fine.

Elmin you are the best thanks dude

One more thing yesterday i got re certified 2 TB hard disk For 1 TB from WD as a replacement is it good to use or not ?its warranty ends on december 2013


Yes, Western Digital is an extremely reputable company. The disk should be good and it is good to use.
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