Windows 10: 3 Questions about the i5 Processor for Gaming
well, gosh darn it @BunnyJ read above
I totally agree with your post. AMD makes great chips for a great price.
I've read and heard horror stories about AMD chips. That's why in staying away from them until they fix them. For now I'll be buying the Nvidia 970.
There is a lot to be said about your recommendation for an AMD system with more GPU power.........
I have built some very nice AMD systems and thinking about putting one together for the wife for her next system......
There will always be Intel Fan Boys (and gals) ready to flame AMD.........LOL
One of the best gaming systems I put together was on the ASUS Crosshair V board with a ASUS ROG Matrix GTX-580......been a couple years ago but I am thinking that system will still rock the games of today.....
Here is the link to the review of the board I did for ASUS when I was reviewing for them and moderating on their ROG forum......
Crosshair V Review
You're wrong. I'm no fan to Nvidia, AMD or anything else. I could care less about those brands. The only thing I'm a fanboy of is me. I'd rather be safe than sorry cuz its my money and no one else's. That's why I'm getting the Nvidia 970 cuz of the bad press about AMD. Its not my fault some guys are romantically fixated on certain brands.
I have Both AMD and Intel in the real world you will not notice much in gaming but video decompression you will notice big time programs that need CPU power you will see it but other than this AMD chips are alright i have a FX8320E I bought for $100.00 coupled with a GTX 970G1 so i mean they run just not the best benchmark scores but Benchmarks don't mean all that
lol Spot on
With all due respect, don't you think what you said is contradictory? On one hand you said I should get a CPU that's OP, which I assume is overclockable to remain current for next 5 years. On the other hand you said overclocking will reduce the life of the CPU.
So overall we're back to square one on whether I should buy either the non-clockable CPU or the clockable one.
I honestly believe I should get the clockable CPU so I can overclock it to keep up with more demanding games in the future for the next 4 - 5 years.
That would be the best choice in the end you'll end up selling yourself short if you don't
Look at it as a Investment for the future
My system runs at 4.4ghz, and windows is only running at 100% 4.36ghz ...
Without processor management on, it runs at 4.4ghz, with it on set to 5% and 100%, at 100% it only runs at 4.36ghz.
Is there someway to fix this? as I do want the adapative...
Brand new user.
a. The new PC came with McAfee anti virus.
Should I use it ?
Is it as good as AVG, e.g., which I used on my old W7 PC ? Use them both ?
b. And, how do I turn on the "Defender" anti virus which I understand is...
It says my processor is x64 bit based , but I'm running x32 bit Windows 10. It's a dual core,so if I'm running x32 only a core will work,or what?
I'm torn between the following:
1. AMD A10-6800K
2. Intel I3-4150
The Intel is a better chip overall but would it be worth the effort to replace the motherboard to get the Intel??
Hello, I don't know much about processors and I wanna know, how to find processor that will fit and work on my PC.