Solved Whats better the AMD 6300k or the 6600k?

November 18, 2013 at 09:36:01
Specs: Windows 7
Is the AMD 6300k a good Cpu or is the AMD 6600k better and i know that its usually the GPU that matters most but i wanted to know about the CPU a bit more, Help Appreciated :)

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#1
November 18, 2013 at 09:58:00
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FX series are perfomance chips so fx 6300 is a winner.

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#2
November 19, 2013 at 08:02:34
You're comparing different types of CPUs. The FX-6300 (no k) is a 6-core socket AM3+ CPU without a built-in GPU:

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulld...

The AMD 6600k (I assume you mean A8-6600K) is a 4-core socket FM2 APU (not CPU) with a built-in Radeon HD 8570D GPU:

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulld...

All you needed to do was use Google:

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/AMD-FX-6300...

If you want to be able to play games AND play them well, you should have an actual gaming video card. You've been told all these things many times over the past couple of weeks.

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#3
November 19, 2013 at 08:50:20
If you read it i was only asking about the processors

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November 20, 2013 at 06:24:39
I did read it. I answered your question by posting links about the 2 CPUs you asked about. And I also read & responded to your numerous other posts.

You could get the fastest CPU available but without a decent graphics card, your gaming experience is going to suck. It's all about finding balance - adequate CPU, enough RAM, decent gaming graphics card, & a PSU that can handle the load.

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November 20, 2013 at 08:41:28
Ok Riider what graphic cards do you suggest I dont want link i just want to know in your opinion what Graphic cards you would suggest for a good gaming experiance an dwhat power supply i would need E.G 500, 600?

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#6
November 20, 2013 at 16:09:02
You really need to expand your computer hardware knowledge. Is it too much of an effort to read the articles I post for you?

I can't suggest a graphics card unless you tell me which games you want to be able to play, what frame rates you're hoping to play them at, what size/type of monitor you have, what resolution you want to play the games at, how much you're willing to pay for a card, etc. But since you want an answer, I'll go back to the suggestion I made to you a couple of weeks ago - the Radeon HD 7770 with 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 memory. It's not a top of the line gaming card but it's certainly no slouch. It's a decent "bang for your buck" card that can be found for about $100.

"dwhat power supply i would need E.G 500, 600?"

Wattage is just one thing to consider when choosing a power supply. You don't necessarily have to pay a lot, but the PSU should meet ALL of the following:

- conform to the latest ATX12V or EPS12V standard
- 80 plus efficiency certified
- active PFC
- single +12v rail of at least 30A (more is better) ***see below
- +3.3v & +5v rails of no more than 25A each
- enough connectors for your needs with long enough cables (especially if you use a case with bottom mounted PSU)
- reputable name brand
- at least a 3 year warranty

*** the +12v rail amperage has to be calculated based on the CPU, graphics card, # of HDDs & optical drives, etc. 30A is just a ballpark minimum.

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