Published on 26th November 2012 by
Originally Posted by SAimNEso... at the end there.... just neglecting to mention that the a10s graphics can crossfire with a discrete gpu so if you can throw in a ati card with that a10 setup it will completely destroy the performance you get with a geforce gpu in the same pricerange... i can see why thats not important -_-
Originally Posted by CombatusI reall don't think you're looking at 'destroying' an intel setup. The performance of the a10's gpu is pretty lowly to start with and the huge advantage intel enjoys in x86 performance will more than likely make up for this, Especially in CPU- dependant games, as we can see in the crysis benchmark. It purely depends what you're looking for though as well. If you'll be throwing other stuff at the PC than games, then the i3-3220 enjoys a very healthy lead over pretty much all AMDs APUs and CPUs.
Originally Posted by HustlerThe CPU engineering dept at AMD must weep when they see results like this, and curse the previous lots wasted efforts on the Bulldozer.
Originally Posted by rolloNice chip, but for me as an enthusiast I could never buy a chip with 0 Overclocking ability.
Originally Posted by GuilleAcousticQuote:Originally Posted by rolloNice chip, but for me as an enthusiast I could never buy a chip with 0 Overclocking ability.
this reminds me when OC was really hardware driven (and not via bios values) .... move a jumper, shunt 2 tracks dirrectly on the mobo's pcb, etc ....
Now it more, when allowed by the bios :
- 1 : Make sure the cooling is enough
- 2 : Find the good values for stable operations
Cable sleeving is more fun than OC nowadays
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