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October 22, 2016, 04:09:12 AM
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since i am not great on the measuration of the best GPU, i would wish to know what your opinion is, regarding AMD and Nvidia. for CPU, should i wait for Zen to build up my next PC? Huh

btw i am supporting AMD for its challenge of pricing, otherwise they would price a lot; i am really looking forward about how fast Zen and Vega is, and see if the high end stuffs need not to be expensive.

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January 19, 2017, 02:21:39 PM
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I will must vote for Nvidia. They have better quality and best service.

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January 19, 2017, 03:30:39 PM
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I will must vote for Nvidia. They have better quality and best service.
I hope you know they have the same manufacturers. So the quailty is exactly the same. The difference can be in the drivers, and AMD is getting better and better, nvidia is on a downtrend.
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January 19, 2017, 05:38:10 PM
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For gaming purpose i will vote nvidia, for mining i will vote amd

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January 19, 2017, 11:06:49 PM
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AMD is only great when it's freezing outside Grin
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January 20, 2017, 12:16:43 AM
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AMD is better because its very cheap for me

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January 20, 2017, 12:46:54 AM
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I've been building my own PCs since the 90s and I've always been a fan of AMD CPUs due to their bang-for-buck. My first PC actually used a Cyrix CPU.

Currently I have an AMD FX-8350 which I have running at 4.8 GHz and on occasion I pump it up to 5.0 GHz. I've had this CPU for about five years now and Ryzen will be my next upgrade when it releases this year. I think Ryzen will surprise quite a few people, including Intel.

I also have an Intel 3570K system which is my first ever Intel based PC. I built this solely because I was able to pick up a motherboard and CPU cheaply. I would never pay full price on an Intel system purely because AMD represents better value. Yes, Intel has had the performance edge on AMD for a while now, but when it comes to real world performance the extra dollars you need to drop on the Intel system are not worth it for the average home PC user.

Regarding GPUs, currently I run both a tri-SLI GTX 670 and a CrossFire R9-280X configuration. I've probably had more Nvidia cards than AMD but when Vega releases this year I will also look at upgrading to this.
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I've been building my own PCs since the 90s and I've always been a fan of AMD CPUs due to their bang-for-buck. My first PC actually used a Cyrix CPU.

Currently I have an AMD FX-8350 which I have running at 4.8 GHz and on occasion I pump it up to 5.0 GHz. I've had this CPU for about five years now and Ryzen will be my next upgrade when it releases this year. I think Ryzen will surprise quite a few people, including Intel.

I also have a Intel 3570K system which is my first even Intel based PC. I build this solely because I was able to pick up a motherboard and CPU cheaply. I would never pay full price on an Intel system purely because AMD represents better value. Yes, Intel has had the performance edge on AMD for a while now, but when it comes to real world performance the extra dollars you need to drop on the Intel system are not worth it for the average home PC user.

Regarding GPUs, currently I run both a tri-SLI GTX 670 and a CrossFire R9-280X configuration. I've probably had more Nvidia cards than AMD but when Vega releases this year I will also look at upgrading to this.

there lining the Ryzen up as an I7 killer, if AMD hit the price right i think Intel will be pissing itself very quickly

AMD all the way for me i like intel too but no way can i justify spending 3-4 times as much for maybe 20% more performance,
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January 20, 2017, 01:32:41 PM
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nvidia very good for gaming, i use nvidia has long  Smiley

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January 20, 2017, 04:25:27 PM
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I personally prefer AMD for processors, because they're a LOT cheaper than Intel processors.

BUT, if you're using AMD and planning to do some processor intensive stuff like playing Overwatch for e.x., you should buy a better cooler than the stock cooler, I use Water-Cooling.

For graphic cards, I prefer Nvidia, based on bad experiences like not working AMD cards and because Nvidia is less power consuming (atleast they were, not sure now).

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January 20, 2017, 07:32:15 PM
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First good graphics i got was an ati and since then I always sticked with the brand.
The videoquality is slightly better than nvidia in my opinion.
maybe if you only play games nvidia might be the better choice.
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January 20, 2017, 08:59:04 PM
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I've been building my own PCs since the 90s and I've always been a fan of AMD CPUs due to their bang-for-buck. My first PC actually used a Cyrix CPU.

Currently I have an AMD FX-8350 which I have running at 4.8 GHz and on occasion I pump it up to 5.0 GHz. I've had this CPU for about five years now and Ryzen will be my next upgrade when it releases this year. I think Ryzen will surprise quite a few people, including Intel.

I also have an Intel 3570K system which is my first ever Intel based PC. I built this solely because I was able to pick up a motherboard and CPU cheaply. I would never pay full price on an Intel system purely because AMD represents better value. Yes, Intel has had the performance edge on AMD for a while now, but when it comes to real world performance the extra dollars you need to drop on the Intel system are not worth it for the average home PC user.

Regarding GPUs, currently I run both a tri-SLI GTX 670 and a CrossFire R9-280X configuration. I've probably had more Nvidia cards than AMD but when Vega releases this year I will also look at upgrading to this.

Like you I have been building PCs for a while. I find that the intel CPUs are superior to the AMD. With AMD I always had cooling problems, the standard fan was never enough. My FX-8350 needed a liquid cooler to prevent that. With Intel I just use the cooling fan that comes with the cpu. For regular computing/playing games it runs cooler and never throttles compared the the AMD without a liquid cooler.

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January 21, 2017, 03:35:55 AM
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In my country AMD is way cheaper than Nvidia cards, and when it comes to CPU AMD is also cheaper but Intel is way faster, so it depends on what you are looking price vs performance.

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January 21, 2017, 08:29:41 AM
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I've been building my own PCs since the 90s and I've always been a fan of AMD CPUs due to their bang-for-buck. My first PC actually used a Cyrix CPU.

Currently I have an AMD FX-8350 which I have running at 4.8 GHz and on occasion I pump it up to 5.0 GHz. I've had this CPU for about five years now and Ryzen will be my next upgrade when it releases this year. I think Ryzen will surprise quite a few people, including Intel.

I also have an Intel 3570K system which is my first ever Intel based PC. I built this solely because I was able to pick up a motherboard and CPU cheaply. I would never pay full price on an Intel system purely because AMD represents better value. Yes, Intel has had the performance edge on AMD for a while now, but when it comes to real world performance the extra dollars you need to drop on the Intel system are not worth it for the average home PC user.

Regarding GPUs, currently I run both a tri-SLI GTX 670 and a CrossFire R9-280X configuration. I've probably had more Nvidia cards than AMD but when Vega releases this year I will also look at upgrading to this.

Like you I have been building PCs for a while. I find that the intel CPUs are superior to the AMD. With AMD I always had cooling problems, the standard fan was never enough. My FX-8350 needed a liquid cooler to prevent that. With Intel I just use the cooling fan that comes with the cpu. For regular computing/playing games it runs cooler and never throttles compared the the AMD without a liquid cooler.



I can't say that I've ever experienced a cooling problem with any PC I've ever built with the stock cooling solution. Even when pushing slight over-clocks I've found the cooling sufficient. I do make sure that the case has adequate air flow though, by ensuring it has adequate case fans and is not sitting in an area that restricts air flow to the case.

With my current FX-8350 setup I've moved to water cooling, primarily because I've been pushing higher over-clocks that required the extra cooling.

For the record I'm also based in Australia, so its not like my PC never sees the odd 40 degree ambient day.  Grin
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January 21, 2017, 08:38:41 AM
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nvidia very good for gaming, i use nvidia has long  Smiley
For gaming purpose i will vote nvidia, for mining i will vote amd

can u give me recomendation NVIDIA card with budget around 50$
i want to build a gaming PC, or is that 50$ not enought??

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i choose AMD becouse amd very cheap and high technology by choosing amd I can maximize my funds slightly
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January 22, 2017, 04:35:59 PM
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nvidia very good for gaming, i use nvidia has long  Smiley
For gaming purpose i will vote nvidia, for mining i will vote amd

can u give me recomendation NVIDIA card with budget around 50$
i want to build a gaming PC, or is that 50$ not enought??

$50 for a graphics card for gaming is not enough Undecided You need a bigger budget.
If you want to game, your graphics card is probably the most expensive component in your pc.
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January 22, 2017, 04:39:03 PM
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I would wait before doing any new builds. Am hoping myself to do some form of Zen + Vega build this year
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January 22, 2017, 06:07:18 PM
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I usually go with AMD to support the underdog.

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I usually go with AMD to support the underdog.

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That can't be the only reason right?
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