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#7 - That's a boy? 15 hours ago on Yes this is a real person I... 0
#16 - glare, not reflection. 15 hours ago on Intel vs AMD 0
#15 - Oh god. Those poor bastards. I can't find the video f…  [+] (1 new reply) 15 hours ago on Intel vs AMD 0
User avatar #16 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
glare, not reflection.
#13 - I felt that when I went from a budget laptop to a my custom ga…  [+] (3 new replies) 15 hours ago on Intel vs AMD +1
User avatar #14 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
That reminds me of a final project I did at school a couple years ago. I modeled a clock in CATIA V5 and then made a 30 second video of it running. It took two hours to render it on the second from highest quality at only 15 frames per second, on a workstation PC with a 6 core hyperthreaded xeon and a quadro gpu. The semester before mine had to do those projects on the old computers that had dual cores. I pity them so goddam hard.
#15 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
Oh god. Those poor bastards.

I can't find the video file, but here's a screenshot. The thing takes so damn long to render that I never got around to fixing the reflection on that bottle.
User avatar #16 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
glare, not reflection.
#11 - I guess it does come down mostly to price then. I'm putting an…  [+] (6 new replies) 15 hours ago on Intel vs AMD +1
User avatar #23 - sinery (6 hours ago) [-]
You can get the 3rd best Intel i7 CPU for 282 euro.
Of course you need a whole lot of other shit, but whatever.
User avatar #12 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
Yeah, that's a good upgrade. I recently went from an old core 2 duo up to the $350 core 2 quad from 2009, and a whole new world of computing power was opened up to me lol.
User avatar #13 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
I felt that when I went from a budget laptop to a my custom gaming rig. I was blown away when Skyrim defaulted to ultra, I was used to running Minecraft at 15-20fps.

I'm just stoked about the chance to properly render 3D models now. About a year ago I made a 500 frame scene of a bottle of scotch pouring into a glass with ice, it took two days to render. That was at a pretty poor resolution, too.
User avatar #14 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
That reminds me of a final project I did at school a couple years ago. I modeled a clock in CATIA V5 and then made a 30 second video of it running. It took two hours to render it on the second from highest quality at only 15 frames per second, on a workstation PC with a 6 core hyperthreaded xeon and a quadro gpu. The semester before mine had to do those projects on the old computers that had dual cores. I pity them so goddam hard.
#15 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
Oh god. Those poor bastards.

I can't find the video file, but here's a screenshot. The thing takes so damn long to render that I never got around to fixing the reflection on that bottle.
User avatar #16 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
glare, not reflection.
#9 - Sort of... You can spend $200 on an AMD FX 8350 (8-core 4.0ghz…  [+] (10 new replies) 15 hours ago on Intel vs AMD +1
User avatar #55 - mulciber (1 hour ago) [-]
If you're spending $200 on an FX 8350, you're doing something wrong. They're always on sale for much less.
#37 - zacoren (3 hours ago) [-]
I always thought AMD was better for games, Intel was better for rendering and software based processing, Also, not to say you're wrong because I haven't looked at the benchmarks since I got my 8120, but (at least back then) Intel ran hotter in the same benchmarks, with the same cooling, and everyone said that AMD was hotter.

youtu.be/YOho_YpVF9I

As a reference, this is my chip up against it's slightly more powerful Intel Competitor.
the vid should start at the benchmark comparison, but the temperature comparison is at 2:26.

Well, to sum it up, if i did have unlimited money for my build, there would be an Intel chip, I'm just too poor.
User avatar #10 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
You are indeed correct that the amd chip will do better in rendering and video editing, however if I personally were building a computer specifically for those things I would put an i7 in it.

Here's an old review that I base conclusion off of:

www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/FX-8350-vs-Core-i5-3470-CPU-Review/1657/18
User avatar #11 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
I guess it does come down mostly to price then. I'm putting an 8350 in my rig once I can afford it because I'm not willing to throw $500-$700 at an i7 for just personal use. No matter what I get though, I'll definitely notice a huge improvement over my Phenom II X4 that I'm running. Freaking 2.8GHz quad core, lol.

I think the funniest part is that I have it hooked up to an H100i. Running benchmarks it never even passed 40C, even after I OC'd it to 4.0GHz (which ultimately caused it to run slower, and constantly BSOD).
User avatar #23 - sinery (6 hours ago) [-]
You can get the 3rd best Intel i7 CPU for 282 euro.
Of course you need a whole lot of other shit, but whatever.
User avatar #12 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
Yeah, that's a good upgrade. I recently went from an old core 2 duo up to the $350 core 2 quad from 2009, and a whole new world of computing power was opened up to me lol.
User avatar #13 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
I felt that when I went from a budget laptop to a my custom gaming rig. I was blown away when Skyrim defaulted to ultra, I was used to running Minecraft at 15-20fps.

I'm just stoked about the chance to properly render 3D models now. About a year ago I made a 500 frame scene of a bottle of scotch pouring into a glass with ice, it took two days to render. That was at a pretty poor resolution, too.
User avatar #14 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
That reminds me of a final project I did at school a couple years ago. I modeled a clock in CATIA V5 and then made a 30 second video of it running. It took two hours to render it on the second from highest quality at only 15 frames per second, on a workstation PC with a 6 core hyperthreaded xeon and a quadro gpu. The semester before mine had to do those projects on the old computers that had dual cores. I pity them so goddam hard.
#15 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
Oh god. Those poor bastards.

I can't find the video file, but here's a screenshot. The thing takes so damn long to render that I never got around to fixing the reflection on that bottle.
User avatar #16 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
glare, not reflection.
#7 - Generally, Intel wins in single-threaded processes (or process…  [+] (15 new replies) 16 hours ago on Intel vs AMD +49
#68 - firesky (45 minutes ago) [-]
Cheaper in purchase, but if you run your computer at least 8 hours a day for a couple of years the energy consumption can make it more expensive.
#44 - xxxsonic fanxxx (2 hours ago) [-]
Intels break down less too
#19 - animesource (12 hours ago) [-]
AMD counts hyperthreading as 2x cores, while Intel does not.
I don't know about other features.
Though in the end AMD is cheaper.
User avatar #8 - SteyrAUG (16 hours ago) [-]
In my opinion, it's all about price. Intel dominates the higher price range and AMD dominates the budget chips. If you're spending over $175 on a CPU for a general use computer, it's better to go intel and less than $150 it's better to go AMD.
User avatar #9 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
Sort of... You can spend $200 on an AMD FX 8350 (8-core 4.0ghz) or $200 on an i5 quad-core haswell that runs at 3.0ghz. I don't know the benchmarks off the top of my head, but in 3D rendering or video editing, that $200 AMD will kick ass. Now if you put a 4GHz quad core Intel up against the 8350 and started gaming, that Intel would most definitely win. AMD does tend to stick with the budget side of things, but that doesn't mean the answer to AMD vs. Intel should be "How much do you want to spend?" It's more of "What kind of things with this computer be used for?" and "Are you willing to watercool this AMD system since in runs twice as hot as an Intel one?" Although, price usually does play the biggest role in most cases...
User avatar #55 - mulciber (1 hour ago) [-]
If you're spending $200 on an FX 8350, you're doing something wrong. They're always on sale for much less.
#37 - zacoren (3 hours ago) [-]
I always thought AMD was better for games, Intel was better for rendering and software based processing, Also, not to say you're wrong because I haven't looked at the benchmarks since I got my 8120, but (at least back then) Intel ran hotter in the same benchmarks, with the same cooling, and everyone said that AMD was hotter.

youtu.be/YOho_YpVF9I

As a reference, this is my chip up against it's slightly more powerful Intel Competitor.
the vid should start at the benchmark comparison, but the temperature comparison is at 2:26.

Well, to sum it up, if i did have unlimited money for my build, there would be an Intel chip, I'm just too poor.
User avatar #10 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
You are indeed correct that the amd chip will do better in rendering and video editing, however if I personally were building a computer specifically for those things I would put an i7 in it.

Here's an old review that I base conclusion off of:

www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/FX-8350-vs-Core-i5-3470-CPU-Review/1657/18
User avatar #11 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
I guess it does come down mostly to price then. I'm putting an 8350 in my rig once I can afford it because I'm not willing to throw $500-$700 at an i7 for just personal use. No matter what I get though, I'll definitely notice a huge improvement over my Phenom II X4 that I'm running. Freaking 2.8GHz quad core, lol.

I think the funniest part is that I have it hooked up to an H100i. Running benchmarks it never even passed 40C, even after I OC'd it to 4.0GHz (which ultimately caused it to run slower, and constantly BSOD).
User avatar #23 - sinery (6 hours ago) [-]
You can get the 3rd best Intel i7 CPU for 282 euro.
Of course you need a whole lot of other shit, but whatever.
User avatar #12 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
Yeah, that's a good upgrade. I recently went from an old core 2 duo up to the $350 core 2 quad from 2009, and a whole new world of computing power was opened up to me lol.
User avatar #13 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
I felt that when I went from a budget laptop to a my custom gaming rig. I was blown away when Skyrim defaulted to ultra, I was used to running Minecraft at 15-20fps.

I'm just stoked about the chance to properly render 3D models now. About a year ago I made a 500 frame scene of a bottle of scotch pouring into a glass with ice, it took two days to render. That was at a pretty poor resolution, too.
User avatar #14 - SteyrAUG (15 hours ago) [-]
That reminds me of a final project I did at school a couple years ago. I modeled a clock in CATIA V5 and then made a 30 second video of it running. It took two hours to render it on the second from highest quality at only 15 frames per second, on a workstation PC with a 6 core hyperthreaded xeon and a quadro gpu. The semester before mine had to do those projects on the old computers that had dual cores. I pity them so goddam hard.
#15 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
Oh god. Those poor bastards.

I can't find the video file, but here's a screenshot. The thing takes so damn long to render that I never got around to fixing the reflection on that bottle.
User avatar #16 - settlwlvs (15 hours ago) [-]
glare, not reflection.
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#1 - zaiopeperse (09/26/2013) [-]
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#2 to #1 - settlwlvs (10/02/2013) [-]
Thank you . It saddens me that I don't have a reaction pic in my folder that appropriately reflects my response, so here is a pandyland comic that accurately describes my life. Enjoy!
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