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    Trinity A10-5800K APU's outperform the 3220K in just about every category plus the i3 3220 is not overclockable. If you choose a6670 or 7750, each card can be crossfired with trinity's on Die PU giving even better performance. If you choose any other higher end card such as the 7770 as a discete GPU, trinity will still be a better choice.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=182099&highlight=a10-5800K head to head
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    Firstly AMD 5800k is considerably costlier than i3 and I have seen in many benchmarks 6670 is outperformed by 7750 by more than 30% and 7750 can't be crossfired with 5xxx APU only 6xxx series GPUs can be.And if we are not using APU's integrated GPU then what's the point of buying an APU.. and can you tell me fire strike scores of fx 6100,4100 and 4130..??Also take a look at this 7750:1600 and 6670 around 1000 and after crossfire close to 1100
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    You've been given advice in multiple threads on this subject matter, and have been given advice one what components to buy, especially, and most specifically on processors.
    If somebody tells you a good processor to use, after seeing the budget you're on, do not then complain about the cost of a component, unless your budget is a useless number to go by.
    By itself, the 5800k is a quad core with half decent entry level gaming performance. What people seem to forget is, you could get decent processing performance in games with a 5800k and a god damn Titan. Only games that are CPU intensive (RTS games mostly, like Starcraft II and Civ V) will require a more powerful core performance CPU.

    An A8 with a 7970 can get almost identical performance in a GPU intensive game to a 3960x with a 7970.
    Source : http://www.anandtech.com/show/6934/choosing-a-gaming-cpu-single-multigpu-at-1440p/9
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    I totally understand what you are saying but the problem is if I get 5800k and the cheapest mob I will only have 4 to 5k for GPU WHEREAS WITH 4100 i will have 7k and with i3 I will have 6 to 7k .Also if I crosssfire 6670 with 7660D performance is 3/4 of 7750 .
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    Are the FX 4300 or 6300 available?
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    No, I am thinking of buying 4130 because of it's overlooking ability.
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    I assume you will be getting a custom CPU cooler, because otherwise overclocking isnt going to be an option.

    Also bare in mind most games wont use the 4xxx as a 4 core, but rather a dual core.
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    I had the 4130. I ended up getting the 6300 and it was very well worth the $20 price difference.

    I have my 6300 clocked @ 4.2 on air with zero issues.

    My FPS jumped in games as well.

    The 4130 is an OKAY chip. But, the 6300? you will be much impressed.

    This is from my personal experience and just wanted to share :)
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    Yes somebody goes around making websites with fake statistics.

    The 4100 is scoring more than the 6100 because Futuremarks isn't optimized for 6 cores. Don't rely on just one benchmark, base your decision on a few varied benchmarks.


    Personally I wouldn't get the 4100 or 6100 because it's the older Bulldozer architecture, I'd look for the 4300 and 6300 because it's the newer Piledriver architecture.
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    This, get the 6300. It is available in India, you're just not looking hard enough.
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    6300 and 4300 aren't available. I have seen that the stock cooler of 4130 has been improved it can be overclock to 4.2 with temp at 60C. And why 4130 will be used as dual core.And what about the richland that is about to be released.
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    That's it. I'm out.
    Do your own research, make your own decisions.
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    And lazermonkey your fps went up by how much
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    Wait just tell me why 4130 will be recognized as dual core
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    There is no helping you. It's like you feel entitled to be spoon fed.

    We've explained a thousand times that most applications are not well optimized for quad cores, hexacores and octocores. How many times do we have to repeat this for it to sink in?

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=When is the AMD Richland released?

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=FX 4300 in India
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    Thread closed. OP - you have been given the information required to make a decision. Do your own research if you require more.
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