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i3-7100 vs FX-8350 – Something's Definitely Not Right With AMD FX Benchmarks or Why Cores Matter

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  1. once again u have better luck with a FX 8350 than what i had when i tried to game on it years ago! currently i game on a i7 4790k paired with a GTX 1080Ti and it's been givin' me way better performance than a FX 8350

    i believe ur FX CPU is magical and i never had dat much luck with it at all so i gave up on FX all together for modern day uses and decide to have it as my Windows XP Retro Gaming PC CPU

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  2. I’ve had an 8320e and now an 8350 . I’ve gamed on it for years with no issues no complaints I also have an I7 4770 and yes it is stronger but I still enjoy getting on my am3 board and having some fun. , kinda making me want to do some modifications to that pc now lol.

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  3. Can you make a comparison of the r5 1600 vs the i3 8100?

    When they came out the i3 was considered to be the top dog in gaming.
    Today Im not even sure if the quadcore can run games like cyberpunk or RDR2.

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  4. RA Tech : mate, it's called intentional hampering of the FX systems that these selfproclaimed YouTubers, that you mentioned, do as a default. They have infected minds with natural biasness.
    I myself am a user of an FX 8350, 32GB 1866 MH/T ram (which my Asus 990 allows me to run at despite 4 sticks of memory installed), a KFA2 GTX 1080 EXOC 8GB, an SSD and cooled by the original 2015 Wraith cooler. It performed better than my i7 7700 (nonK) occasionally, both at stock clocks, especially in post 2018 games at Ultra 1080p….which I always believed that someday it would. For a 2011 CPU, this was the best CPU purchase I ever made, since it costed 180 EUROS back when it was new.
    I've been saying, what you showed in your video, for years….and from bribed forums like GURU3D, I've had disabled accounts because guys like Hilbert didn't wanna hear anything positive or provable about AMD FX processors for years.

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  5. Just came across your channel and the whole FX debacle thing. Just wanted to say I also found bulldozer CPUs to be surprisingly more usable than their contemporary Intel counterparts. Thought you might find this video I did on the AMD X4 845 vs G4400 vs G4560 interesting as well: https://youtu.be/W-opUMdPDB4

    At the time the AMD Athlon X4 845 was priced similar to the Pentium G3258 and G4400 and it definitely is holding up better these days thanks to having more cores. Vs. the G4560 that has the same amount of threads though…it does lose but its not actually a big margin considering in the used market the 845 can be found for less than 1/2 the G4560 and not to mention cheap motherboards.

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  6. Really hope your channel grows, love your content and respect the fact that u stood your ground amid some of your 'controversial' tests.
    Keep it up

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  7. I still use my old 2013 laptop dell E6540, yes is an intel i7 quadcore haswell processor. The point on futureproofing of old hardware is true if you have at least 4core 8threads. Just like fx 8 core it has 4module with 2 core each module (8total). With newer scheduler like win 11 fx proccesor should perform better. Of course you need tpm 2.0 onchip or motherboard to install win 11. I tried it on my old 2013 laptop and fine, with regisry edit during installing windows 11.

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  8. Trust me we know something's not right. JIm from AdoredTV I believe found why.

    I believe Steve from HWU was defensive after Adoretv questioned the tech press testing methodology and assumptions in his March 2017 with his Video "The Tech Press loses the Plot" and people spammed the link to him and other reviewers. I remember Steve commenting in the comment section of one of his video about the Tek Syndicate 2013 video (which showed the FX 8350 beating the i7 3570k especially when streaming) being misleading. Steve and Bitwit questioned JIm at AdoredTV's methodology since Jim, referred to one main site and had none of his own testing.

    Also indirectly supporting Jim, Digital Foundry in 2015 showed the FX 8350 holding up quite well against the i5 4690k in their Witcher 3 video. Note I really applaud those who don't just bar graph their results but show as DF pioneered and bang4buckpc, benchmark. testinggames and yourself have since refined. Then DF repeated this in their i7 6600k review as it also included the i5 2500k but a few more games. Both 2500k and 3570k had some worrisome frame times as your watch. Around this time DF I remember highlighting the issue of NPC's in crowded areas really having an effect on FPS.

    So why ? Well people resist change and hate having their past questioned as well on youtube want to put on a show. Steve is known for being a Benchmarking beast 20 plus games in various resolutions. Few are those who are truly willing to truly question themselves, their work, results, biases in the pursuit of truth. In science it's good practice to try to disprove your theories so as to properly prove and validate them. Also why you got criticised rather then people trying understand or further test your concepts. Expand or exploring them.

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  9. I still watch Hardware Unboxed and Gamers Nexus from time to time but this whole affair has definitely stained my impression of them as professionals. These days I'm always eyeing their tests with some degree of skepticism. Digital Foundry too. I don't know if there are any big tech YTers I really trust anymore as a matter of fact. Just sad.

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  10. @13:25 :
    well excuse me but as for your constant comments against Steve/GamersNexus , i have to say that although those last months , i also have many complaints about GamersNexus videos , i've been watching for years both HardwareNexus and HardwareUnboxed , thus i have to say that when it comes to an FX-CPU "mocking" , no one has used so much harsh or mocking terms about the FX CPUs as the other Steve at HardwareUnboxed !!
    I clearly remember that Steve/GamersNexus has said multiple times that he used to have an FX CPU for his home PC , while on the other hand , Steve at HardwareUnboxed was never losing a chance to mention his despise for the FX CPUs , so i feel that you've been a little unfair towards GamersNexus on this FX topic.

    –P.S. I'm an owner of an FX8350 and an FX8370 and i also believe that their longevity have been better compared to an i5-760 which i also used to own in the past , since with the i5 i used to have stutters in games such as the F1 2017 ,and those stutters vanished when i tried the FX 8350/FX8370.

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  11. I remember arguing this point with Intel fanboys buying I3's rather than FX Piledriver, and I told them the FX would last way longer and be better overall as a superior computing experience.

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  12. Hey uhh I have a dumb question.

    I recently upgraded my fx 6300 to a fx 8320 and my temperatures were horrible (most likely because of the bad cooler I have). After stress testing I had a max temperature of 79°C. After disabling the turbo option I had a much more reasonable 63°C, which is still kinda hot to me.

    Can you recommend a good, but not too expensive cooler?

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  13. Quick question, in your original guide for overclocking the 8350 you went for 226 on the fsb but on this video you have it set at 220 – just wondered why, thanks in advance

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  14. Good on you – stand up and have your voice heard when you know something is not the way someone else says it is. It might "only" be about CPU performance, but it's a good habit to be in. It's a general consensus from most FX-8xxx users that they're holding up well for the most part, if you're happy to drop a few settings when necessary. I don't think those guys really listen to the comments they get, and unfortunate that they also really don't respond well to constructive criticism either.

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  15. I suggest asking for TechTubers that actually caters to low budget gamers like TechYes, PhilsComputerLab and RandomGamingHD on what's their take on old FX CPUs versus modern dual core CPUs.

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  16. Any chance you could do a comp vs the i7-2600 or similar, maybe tap one of your friends for stats from the i7? The reason being is that there is an 8350 for sale here locally in Australia for about the same price as i7-2600 non-K. Both CPUs are around $75 aud mark. To be honest, I was really surprised that the 8350 outperformed the i5 from the Ivy Bridge series, I really thought that the 4 cores would outdo a pseudo 8 cores. But how about the 4c 8t from 2012?

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  17. Look, you tried to make valid points, but at the end of the day, you're still using Discord Light Mode, so you've played yourself!
    J/k Good video as always, though I feel like half the people who bothered commenting didn't actually watch the video… Literally explained why you were comparing 2 core, 4 thread CPUs and half the comments are just asking why you didn't compare it to an i5 or i7…

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  18. It is what I told them so many times back then but they can't figure out: "it all depends on the testing software, if it does or doesn't need more cores".

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  19. Having used an 8350 as my daily driver for almost a decade now, I can honestly say the only true downsides of using the FX line today compared to a budget intel is 1) the cost to power the system, and 2) the total absence of an upgrade path. All the people who tried to make me feel bad about my choices at that time have been forced to dump their i5-2400s and i5-3540s and pay out for something better, and I'm still gaming away on my "inferior" 8350 without dropping an extra dime on it to upgrade (and I payed in the I3 price range at the time I bought it, so I saved twice!!)). Every day, every week, every month since my initial purchase, games got coded to make use of more and more cores, so AMD stayed relevant. If you HAVE an FX, keep using it, you've got a few more years before software eclipses the FX and hardware instruction sets makes it go the way of the Phenom II. If someone GIVES you an FX…. USE IT!!! Free computer is free computer. But if you're thinking of BUYING now, go with Ryzen or something Intel that has a modern-ish socket and DDR4.

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  20. That whole gaggle of lies cost the Steves a lot of respect in my eyes.

    You never claimed it was a dual core Intel, you were doing a comparison test, you were open and clear about what you were using. It doesn't have to be a specific part in order to prove anything. In your situation the 2C/4T CPU had an advantage over the chip they were talking about.

    Frankly how they handled that situation showed me that misrepresentation isn't limited to politics, they straight up lied about how you represented the situation so they could attack you for your testing methodology, utter and complete bullshit.

    I will note that they deleted a lot of their tweets later, after making an ass of themselves over the situation. There was no apology for how they handled it or the lies they told.

    That's not even getting to the bug up their ass about the FX line, they intentionally look for ways to attack the FX line and they lie about that too, they talk up the Phenom II while dogging the FX all while the FX is generally faster than the Phenom II.

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  21. In the last year I have personally used an FX 9370 rig, i7 3770K rig and currently on a ryzen 5600x all using an RTX 2080. The FX 9370 at 5.1ghz (right at the thermal limit) was noticeably slower all around compared to the 4.8ghz 3770K. Gaming low's where the biggest issue followed by just general sluggishness. This was with a 970 Gaming Aura, 2600mhz CPU/NB and 2600mhz ram in dual channel (2×8 kit) at 5.2ghz core clock running just over 1.7vcore.

    Note, this took some serious cooling to get this stable:
    To get this stable, this was IHS lapped, H110i cooled (lapped as well) with 4 140mm fans in push/pull with Collaboratory liquid ultra. The northbridge heatsinks was also lapped and pressure modded (bolted down instead of the spring system) with a 120mm fan blowing on the VRM IHS as well as the NB heatsink. The back of the board had a 120mm fan blowing at the rear of the socket / VRM as well

    The 3770K setup in comparison was at 4.8ghz core clock and ran at 2400mhz ram (weak IMC) and was a night and day difference in gaming and just all around snappiness.

    The 5600X obviously destroys both setups, but the point is don't waste your money on the FX setup. For the price they go for on ebay (CPU and AM3+ boards) you can just put that towards a ryzen setup and leave the past in the past.

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