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AMD or Intel?


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Jake85r

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I am wanting to build a new computer for gaming and browsing, but I don't know whether I want the Intel 4670K, or AMD 8350. I really like Intel, but some games are starting to allow more cores to be used. I just want to see if anyone could give their opinion. Thanks!
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Intel

Tom's Hardware > Gaming CPU Hierarchy Chart

Edited by SpywareDr, 11 October 2013 - 06:33 PM.

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I'd go Intel. :)

I was an AMD guy since from the beginning since they were bangs for the bucks. Lately Intel's been producing some solid CPUs and I upgraded from my i3-2105 to i5-3570 The i3 was an excellent dual core CPU but I found that I can lock my i5 to the turbo speed (3.8 Ghz) on all 4 cores. That really make it snappy.
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