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    Default waited to long

    so i have been waiting for a AMD mobo that has pcie 3.0
    i saw 1, but it wasent good enough, and now i cant find anything about it online

    so i figure i have waited so long for a good amd mobo, i might as well wait for their net processor also

    anyone know whene is the next flagship for amd comming out? what will it's high points be?
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    Default Re: waited to long

    If you want PCI-e 3.0, make the move to Intel, in fact if your interested, I have a new MSI Z77 Big Bang M Power motherboard, a 3770K, & a 16GB kit of 2133MHz that matches the colors on the board.
    I can give you a really good deal on this set up.

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    hm,,,,and the dark side tempts me,,,with cookies and whiped cream nontheless

    good lookin out big guy, but im gunna stick with the underdog
    for now at least
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    If you want PCI-e 3.0, make the move to Intel, in fact if your interested, I have a new MSI Z77 Big Bang M Power motherboard, a 3770K, & a 16GB kit of 2133MHz that matches the colors on the board.
    I can give you a really good deal on this set up.
    If you are really looking to get rid that stuff I might be interested. Would you let me know what you are thinking?
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    lulz

    you cant let gold spill with out someone jumping
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    Hey Gooey, if your really interested, send me a PM, I also noticed that you never listed a case in your systen specs, so let mec know if you also need a case.

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    Good job Calemus for staying true! lol Stan is the Devil and will tempt you every step of the way. lol

    Honestly Pci-e 3.0 is overrated. I have yet to see a benchmark show an overall increase in speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Good job Calemus for staying true! lol Stan is the Devil and will tempt you every step of the way. lol

    Honestly Pci-e 3.0 is overrated. I have yet to see a benchmark show an overall increase in speed.
    Yeah I keep trying to give AMD chance. I was the first person I now to try it, way back with a K-5 and a bunch of stuff along the way.

    The last straw was the bulldozer, man what a piece.

    The 8150 isn't even in the same ballpark as 3770k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gooeyballzz View Post
    Yeah I keep trying to give AMD chance. I was the first person I now to try it, way back with a K-5 and a bunch of stuff along the way.

    The last straw was the bulldozer, man what a piece.

    The 8150 isn't even in the same ballpark as 3770k.
    Why would you compare the 8150 and 3770k? When the 8150 came out it would have been compared to a I5-2500 or 2400. You would only compare the 8350 to the i5-3570k based on pricing.

    I dont think bulldozer is as bad and people make it out to be. I think AMD missed the mark in pricing which made it go head to head with Intel parts it couldn't beat. it painted an ugly picture. They overclock well, Gaming performance is right on par with Intel parts and the price is now on the money for what you are getting.

    Comparing and $160 part to a $329 part is not a fair comparison. And of course you would be disappointed in the testing results. lol
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    Default Re: waited to long

    Well said. I have both an 8350 and an 8120. They are great chips and neither bottlenecks games. The 8350 trades blows with the 3570K and is better in some areas.
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    Default Re: waited to long

    my main focus is this

    pennies for performance

    in the end amd gives their users more options continiously, and a point blank bottom line that is not only more flexable, but (pennies for pennies) better performance.

    yes intel might do the OC with more pizaz
    but im focused on the bottom line
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Why would you compare the 8150 and 3770k? When the 8150 came out it would have been compared to a I5-2500 or 2400. You would only compare the 8350 to the i5-3570k based on pricing.

    I dont think bulldozer is as bad and people make it out to be. I think AMD missed the mark in pricing which made it go head to head with Intel parts it couldn't beat. it painted an ugly picture. They overclock well, Gaming performance is right on par with Intel parts and the price is now on the money for what you are getting.
    Comparing and $160 part to a $329 part is not a fair comparison. And of course you would be disappointed in the testing results. lol
    I would compare the 8150 to the 3770k because AMD marketed the 8150 as the next great game/enthusiast CPU and it just wasn't.

    I don't care about benchmarks. I'm talking about the user experience and it that there is no comparision.

    And I am a AMD fan boy, I always root for the underdog against the evil empire.

    I need my rig work every time, not boot with no HardDrive once, then with keyboard and mouse.

    And with the 8150 that was the case. Part of that, I blame on Windows and poor driver code.

    i5 3570k $219, asus $149 = $368
    8350 199, asus 990 144 = $343
    Diff= $25

    I own an Intel (3770k) and AMD(8150) I used both for games,speadsheets and everything in the middle. Right now dude you are completely wrong, for $25 there is no comparision.

    Have own a i7 or i5 or are you just reading it on the internet some where.

    I has owned AMD products since 1995 and I have never gotten anything from that loyalty. Last time I checked they are both just corporations and couldn't give a S**T about me.

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    Again The 8150 was not released against the 3770k The 3770k wasnt even out yet. It was still Sandy Bridge parts. That could have been no more then the i7-2600k or 2700k.



    Windows does have a problem with the scheduler with Bulldozer and even Piledriver. There was a patch but it only made a small difference.

    You math figures show total cost of ownership. That is a different topic then what we have been discussing. 8350 = 169.99 microcenter free board! AMD WINS!! Do they really?
    You cant fault AMD for the board you choose or how much the Board maker charges. You pick a 149 Intel board against an Asus 990fx board? lol If you go towards the high end of Intel board like the Asus board would be for AMD then your Intel board would cost more then the CPU. $200 plus. That blows your $25 difference.

    You are completely wrong for comparing incorrect product lines and generations against each other. In that case My server with Dual opterons quads Kills your lame weak i7-3770k! It can work circles around on with spreadsheets and run F@H faster too! Now does that make sense? I bet it doesnt. Just like your repeated attempts at mixing generations, product lines, hand picking boards to make a point. No sh*t an 3770k is better then an 8150. Its a generation newer and cost $160 more. Could have at least tried to make a comparison with the 8350. But you are basing it only off the 2 things you own. ME TOO THEN!

    Intel sucks because my 8120 kicks the crap out of this Centrino Duo in this laptop I using right now! If it had an AMD 8120 in it, It would have spelled the words before I typed the key. lol Your arguments are silly and misplaced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Again The 8150 was not released against the 3770k The 3770k wasnt even out yet. It was still Sandy Bridge parts. That could have been no more then the i7-2600k or 2700k.



    Windows does have a problem with the scheduler with Bulldozer and even Piledriver. There was a patch but it only made a small difference.

    You math figures show total cost of ownership. That is a different topic then what we have been discussing. 8350 = 169.99 microcenter free board! AMD WINS!! Do they really?
    You cant fault AMD for the board you choose or how much the Board maker charges. You pick a 149 Intel board against an Asus 990fx board? lol If you go towards the high end of Intel board like the Asus board would be for AMD then your Intel board would cost more then the CPU. $200 plus. That blows your $25 difference.

    You are completely wrong for comparing incorrect product lines and generations against each other. In that case My server with Dual opterons quads Kills your lame weak i7-3770k! It can work circles around on with spreadsheets and run F@H faster too! Now does that make sense? I bet it doesnt. Just like your repeated attempts at mixing generations, product lines, hand picking boards to make a point. No sh*t an 3770k is better then an 8150. Its a generation newer and cost $160 more. Could have at least tried to make a comparison with the 8350. But you are basing it only off the 2 things you own. ME TOO THEN!

    Intel sucks because my 8120 kicks the crap out of this Centrino Duo in this laptop I using right now! If it had an AMD 8120 in it, It would have spelled the words before I typed the key. lol Your arguments are silly and misplaced.
    Dude you are taking this way to personal.

    I own both and I chose intel over amd. Can you say that you own both?
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    Not personal at all. See the lols . Its funny to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gooeyballzz View Post
    Dude you are taking this way to personal.

    I own both and I chose intel over amd. Can you say that you own both?
    Lol I have owned, built more pcs,used and repaired more in my daily life then you will ever have a chance to. I dont need to own every piece of hardware at any given time to know it and understand it. I take i7s, i5s and AMD FX chips and toss them in the trash all the time.

    Im not the one saying intel or AMD sucks. Im saying you are making incorrect comparisons. I prefer AMD but I don't bash Intel products like you are doing. So relax. This is all for the fun of discussion. Sorry if you took my smart ass ways as being personal.
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