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    Default fx-8350 cpu gaming hierarchy chart

    Quick question about the new vishera. Tom's has this cpu hierarchy chart.
    Gaming CPU Hierarchy Chart : Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: October 2012
    It seemed like a pretty good chart to me based off of other benchmarks and comparisons I've seen, but I was wondering where you all would place the new 8350 tier wise. I BELIEVE I would place it top tier. It does compete very nicely with the i5's in the same tier, but the single thread performance might stick it in a second tier. I'm sure it should stay out of the third tier but this is solely a gaming chart. I'd love to hear some more opinions from the gaming standpoint since that's the main purpose of my systems.

    I'm about 95% sure that no matter what happens, I'll be purchasing the 8350 with an asus crosshair V formula-z board sometime this weekend sales or not, I just like to know EVERYTHING I possibly can when going into a major purchase like this. Plus, I thought another discussion would be fun! =D

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    Default Re: fx-8350 cpu gaming hierarchy chart

    I don't trust Tom's Hardware to be impartial when it comes to Intel vs. AMD.
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    Default Re: fx-8350 cpu gaming hierarchy chart

    Every reviews has there own choice of benchmarks, If you take a look at our review on the 8350 it did quiet well in terms of gaming.
    But also don't forget that some games are more reliant on GPU rather than CPU, though it does come into play in same games its not the same in ALL.

    In single thread applications, Intel does have a lead in that sector, however when it comes to multi threaded application you will see a great benefit with the AMD 8350 and its new architecture "piledriver".
    Allot of applications are starting to move more towards the multi threaded apps which in turn will be beneficial in the long run and we are starting to see that already.

    The AMD 8350 doesn't take the crown in highest performance, but the chip is priced right and performance it equivalent to its competitor the i5 3570k at $35 less. IMO you can't go wrong it with. plus AMD's mobos are much cheaper when it comes with the features it can offer. A equivalent mobo for the crosshair V Formula-Z on the intel side will run you upwards of $300+.

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    Default Re: fx-8350 cpu gaming hierarchy chart

    I have always been a AMD guy, going back to my first K-5 chip. So, I could not wait for bulldozer. I got it the first week and boy it was a total disappointment.

    I had nothing but problems it did not preform at all, I ended up go to a 3770k which is so much faster.

    All I can say is I would wait a read all the reviews, be wary. Like I said I'm a amd fan, but this last batch of procs isn't there.

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    Default Re: fx-8350 cpu gaming hierarchy chart

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Every reviews has there own choice of benchmarks, If you take a look at our review on the 8350 it did quiet well in terms of gaming.
    But also don't forget that some games are more reliant on GPU rather than CPU, though it does come into play in same games its not the same in ALL.

    In single thread applications, Intel does have a lead in that sector, however when it comes to multi threaded application you will see a great benefit with the AMD 8350 and its new architecture "piledriver".
    Allot of applications are starting to move more towards the multi threaded apps which in turn will be beneficial in the long run and we are starting to see that already.

    The AMD 8350 doesn't take the crown in highest performance, but the chip is priced right and performance it equivalent to its competitor the i5 3570k at $35 less. IMO you can't go wrong it with. plus AMD's mobos are much cheaper when it comes with the features it can offer. A equivalent mobo for the crosshair V Formula-Z on the intel side will run you upwards of $300+.
    Yeah I saw that review and I was pleased with it. I also saw a review from overclockers club where they tested the 8350 against intel i7 and bulldozer, but only after they had overclocked everything with the same cooling and graphics. FPS were almost the same down the line, even with intels mighty 6 core in the mix. I plan on getting dual 7870's for my graphics so I'm sure those will bottleneck before the 8350 will. I do like the $230 tag on the formula-z as well.

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    Default Re: fx-8350 cpu gaming hierarchy chart

    I plan on getting an 8350 soon as I can. I want to run the newest AMD cpu and maybe upgrade my gpu or run a 2nd in xfire. Dont care for most benchmarks, I rely on real world usage by real world users.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I plan on getting an 8350 soon as I can. I want to run the newest AMD cpu and maybe upgrade my gpu or run a 2nd in xfire. Dont care for most benchmarks, I rely on real world usage by real world users.
    Yeah and judging by real user reviews on newegg, the 8350 is pretty much awesome.

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    I don't put much faith in newegg review. I go by people I know and trust. If Kenny (Solara2xb) says the 8350 is a great chip, then that's good enough for me. The problem I'm having is deciding whether I should hold off until 1090FX board and the Steamroller chips are released. Both my FX-8120 and Phenom II X6 1100T work well for gaming right now. But maybe I could buy an 8350 and sell the 8120 to recoup some of the expense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    I don't put much faith in newegg review. I go by people I know and trust. If Kenny (Solara2xb) says the 8350 is a great chip, then that's good enough for me. The problem I'm having is deciding whether I should hold off until 1090FX board and the Steamroller chips are released. Both my FX-8120 and Phenom II X6 1100T work well for gaming right now. But maybe I could buy an 8350 and sell the 8120 to recoup some of the expense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    I don't put much faith in newegg review. I go by people I know and trust. If Kenny (Solara2xb) says the 8350 is a great chip, then that's good enough for me. The problem I'm having is deciding whether I should hold off until 1090FX board and the Steamroller chips are released. Both my FX-8120 and Phenom II X6 1100T work well for gaming right now. But maybe I could buy an 8350 and sell the 8120 to recoup some of the expense.
    Thanks Sam!
    The 8350 is a great chip, I am still enjoying it right now. I did manage to pick up another Crosshair V (For a good price), but the non Z version for a build/project I am going to be working on (you will like this one Sam).
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    I've been reading little bits and pieces of info on the 1090FX chipset, but no real solid info on everything just yet.


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    Yeah I'll usually read through about 30 to 50 reviews to find the good ones. One thing I have noticed though is hardware that get 80-90% 5 egg reviews is usally top notch, i.e. fx 8350.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    The 8350 is a great chip, I am still enjoying it right now. I did manage to pick up another Crosshair V (For a good price), but the non Z version for a build/project I am going to be working on (you will like this one Sam).
    This is a special project that will show case Cooler Master and AMD in mind, Once I get all the detailed works out I will be posting a work log.
    You've got my attention now! Something good is in the air because both you and Stan are doing AMD builds. Cool. AMD needs all the support it can get. I've decided that I'm going to order an 8350 but I'm holding off to see if there is a really good deal on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.

    Kenny, you will love the Crosshair V Formula. I have that board and it's a great overclocker. Plus, it looks really sharp too. Looking forward to your build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    You've got my attention now! Something good is in the air because both you and Stan are doing AMD builds. Cool. AMD needs all the support it can get. I've decided that I'm going to order an 8350 but I'm holding off to see if there is a really good deal on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.

    Kenny, you will love the Crosshair V Formula. I have that board and it's a great overclocker. Plus, it looks really sharp too. Looking forward to your build.
    Yea, The Crosshair series boards are nice!

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    Or I might use the HAF XB case and mod it as well. Lots of ideals still up in the air right now..

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    As soon as I can afford it I will be replacing my 1100T with the 8350

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    Been going back and forth now for a few days and black friday is coming up. I honestly don't know if I should sell my rig and build the msi/3570k or just upgrade to 8350 from my 1090t + upgrade my GPUs to a MSI 7970? Any thoughts and reasons why for either.

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    Yeah, I went back and forth on those two. Couple of things sold me on the 8350 finally. First, the 990fx has way more pci lanes than any 1155 socket does, which could turn out nice for crossfire or sli. Second, on the review of the 8350 in gaming, it actually beat out the i5-3570k on most games. Finally, the motherboards are still way more budget friendly for high end overclocking features vs any of the z77 chipsets out there. Plus, the more multi-threaded applications go, the stronger the 8350 gets. Jmo but I think the 8350 is going to be the better set up over all.

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