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    A little suggestion ...

    I have a PC with 4GB ram and a 2GB Graphic Card .. Processor is x2 2.1 AMD Athlon ... I wanna buy a New PC .. Going to buy the PC Only with a good CPU and Power Supply and add the Ram and GPU to the new PC... I wanted to know which is better : AMD or Intel CPU :?

    And if you want to say other things about the ''new PC'' You are welcome ....

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    AMD is a lot cheaper than Intel when it comes to cores.

    AMD FX FX-9590 Black Edition
    - 8 Cores
    - 4.7 GHz
    - $300

    Intel Xeon E5-2687W V2
    - 8 cores
    - 3.4 GHz
    - $2039

    That being said, the people I know recommend Intel processors because of the profound actual power compared to AMD, which I honestly don't believe.
    Too bad I didn't know how cheap AMD was vs. Intel processors when I was building my own computer. ;-;

    I'd recommend AMD, the processor I said for the comparison.
    http:// pc part picker.com/part/amd-cpu-fd9590fhhkwof
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarsz View Post
    AMD is a lot cheaper than Intel when it comes to cores.
    AMD FX 8-Core Black Edition FX-9590


    AMD FX FX-9590 Black Edition
    - 8 Cores
    - 4.7 GHz
    - $300

    Intel Xeon E5-2687W V2
    - 8 cores
    - 3.4 GHz
    - $2039

    That being said, the people I know recommend Intel processors because of the profound actual power compared to AMD, which I honestly don't believe.
    Too bad I didn't know how cheap AMD was vs. Intel processors when I was building my own computer. ;-;

    I'd recommend AMD, the processor I said for the comparison.
    http:// pc part picker.com/part/amd-cpu-fd9590fhhkwof
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    Alright, so I posted on another thread and stated the same thing. With computer parts, you are getting what you pay for, in almost every circumstance. I know people who have gone with Intel and AMD and both have had successes/failures. That being said, strictly personally, I am not a fan of AMD. For example, the "AMD FX FX-9590 Black Edition" that was mentioned earlier. Since its stock clocked at 4.7ghz, it runs fucking hot, all the time. Heat is enemy #1 in computer builds, it ruins your components and/or shortens their life substantially. Secondly, nobody needs 4.7ghz... I run a 3.4ghz Intel I7 and have only had my CPU max load through one method... That method involved me running 20 clients of Eve Online simultaneously.

    However, just because it was at 100% load doesn't mean I couldn't run it perfectly fine. If I ever wanted extra power, I can easily overclock to 4.4ghz, but its completely unnecessary. Secondly, the 8-core option is useless. Primarily because Windows 7 (any version) will only unlock six of cores max. It is really important to understand what the core number even means. They essential spread out the load of programs you are running to different "areas" (cores) of the processor, keeping you from maxing out the entire processor. I run a quad-core and yet again everything is absolutely FINEEEE for everything under the sun.

    Overall, I would go with Intel. I've built 3 PC's and have been constantly upgrading my own as well as helping any friends/family build or upgrade their computers as well. I believe I spent ~300 on my Intel 2600k 3.4ghz i7 (sandy) right before ivy series came out and I have not had a single issue with it since. It runs very cool (50celc under heavy load) with a normal heatsink (soon to be watercooling), it's never caused any errors, no problems whatsoever.

    Feel free to PM me if you want any answers to any questions or need help with your build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarsz View Post
    AMD is a lot cheaper than Intel when it comes to cores.

    AMD FX FX-9590 Black Edition
    - 8 Cores
    - 4.7 GHz
    - $300

    Intel Xeon E5-2687W V2
    - 8 cores
    - 3.4 GHz
    - $2039

    That being said, the people I know recommend Intel processors because of the profound actual power compared to AMD, which I honestly don't believe.
    Too bad I didn't know how cheap AMD was vs. Intel processors when I was building my own computer. ;-;

    I'd recommend AMD, the processor I said for the comparison.
    http:// pc part picker.com/part/amd-cpu-fd9590fhhkwof
    (Remove the spaces)
    How do you not believe objective findings? It's well known that clock for clock, and core for core performance on Intel is much better in most scenarios, especially mid to high end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post


    How do you not believe objective findings? It's well known that clock for clock, and core for core performance on Intel is much better in most scenarios, especially mid to high end.
    I do believe that Intel is more powerful when it comes to core for core. I don't however believe that that statement is for every AMD CPU when compared to an Intel one. The reason I recommended AMD is because it's generally cheaper than Intel processors, nothing more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarsz View Post
    I do believe that Intel is more powerful when it comes to core for core. I don't however believe that that statement is for every AMD CPU when compared to an Intel one. The reason I recommended AMD is because it's generally cheaper than Intel processors, nothing more.
    Fair enough then. I find up to $200 AMD offers good value, but above that it's a lot more level.

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    So Guys .. There are 3 Winners on Processors ..

    INTEL :

    Manufacturer Intel

    Model Core i3-3220

    Part # BX80637I33220

    Data Width 64-bit

    Socket LGA1155

    Speed 3.3GHz

    Cores 2

    L1 Cache 2 x 32KB Instruction, 2 x 32KB Data

    L2 Cache 2 x 256KB

    L3 Cache 1 x 3MB

    Hyper-Threading Yes

    Integrated Graphics Intel HD Graphics 2500

    Lithography 22 nm

    Thermal Design Power 55 Watts

    Includes CPU Cooler Yes
    ____________________________________


    AMD

    Manufacturer AMD

    Model FX-6350

    Data Width 64-bit

    Socket AM3+

    Speed 3.9GHz

    Cores 6

    L1 Cache 3 x 64KB Instruction, 6 x 16KB Data

    L2 Cache 3 x 2MB

    L3 Cache 1 x 8MB

    Hyper-Threading No

    Lithography 32 nm

    Thermal Design Power 125 Watts

    Includes CPU Cooler Yes
    --------------------------------------
    Manufacturer AMD

    Model FX-4170


    Data Width 64-bit

    Socket AM3+

    Speed 4.2GHz

    Cores 4

    L1 Cache 2 x 64KB Instruction, 4 x 16KB Data

    L2 Cache 2 x 2MB

    L3 Cache 1 x 8MB

    Hyper-Threading No

    Lithography 32 nm

    Thermal Design Power 125 Watts

    Includes CPU Cooler Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elidonn View Post
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    TL;DR:
    AMD has a great performance to price ratio, but intel is where you NEED to go. Nowadays games are getting more advanced and something like an i5, or even better an i7 should hold you up for quite a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doge+ View Post
    TL;DR:
    AMD has a great performance to price ratio, but intel is where you NEED to go. Nowadays games are getting more advanced and something like an i5, or even better an i7 should hold you up for quite a while.
    But don't you think that games now adays depend alot more on the graphics card than the processor?

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    dude,for your price range a INTEL cpu just doesnt make sence,
    get a 6300 its a good value,be sure to get a according MOBO and a graphics card about 2x the price of your CPU 270x-280x range

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    It depends really. Get an AMD processor, now get an Intel processor (online that is..) and compare their prices..
    Look at things such as it's max clock speed + Threads.

    Since your building your own PC, you might want to look at compatibility and other issues that come with buying Intel VS AMD.

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