FX-6100
AMD FX-6100

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FX-6100 Game Requirement Analysis

FX-6100 is a high-end CPU based on the 32nm Bulldozer architecture.


It offers 6 Physical Cores (6 Logical), initially clocked at 3.3GHz, which may go up to 3.6GHz and 8MB of L3 Cache.
Among its many features, Turbo Core and Virtualization are activated and the clock multiplier is unlocked, meaning it can be overclocked easily.


The processor DOES NOT integrated any graphics. and has a rated board TDP of 95W.


It is a powerful Hexa Core whose performance is good. It's thus capable of running most applications smoothly without any problem.


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this is my future rig and i was wondering if it would bottleneck my gpu?

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There is always a bottleneck between parts and the idea is to lower it and those 2 parts would work fine :)

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thanks Amekdala! Much appreciated! :)

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You are welcome :)

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guys have you noticed any lag during movie playback? i had i3-540 before and all 1080p videos ran perfectly and I upgraded to fx-6100 and I am getting this lag. its a minor lag which appears once in 4-5 min and lasts for about 5-10 seconds which is kind of annoying if you are watching an action movie. I am using HD 7770 before and even now. is there any one who is getting this lag? how to rectify it?

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The lag is most likely not being caused by the CPU. one thing you might want to check is whether any settings have been enabled in CCC as there are quite a few features that AMD only enables when you have both and AMD cpu and a 7000 series GPU. the one that comes to mind is AMD steadyvideo.
that being said, video decoding should be handled by the GPU so there shouldn't be any problem.
all I can suggest is re-installing the graphics drivers and codecs.

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I actually installed newer 64 bit version of vlc video player and reduced the sharpness in its settings….. now it is more stable but still little (very less) lag is seen… its almost negligible…. ill try reinstalling the gpu drivers…. thank you by the way. ….

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Will this CPU bottlenecked my GPU?

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this CPU can easily handle your GPU.. it will not bottleneck

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What graphics card is the best match for this CPU?

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The 7850 would be a good card to pair it up with, I'm sure.

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Thanks:)

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i think the perfect one is 7770 :)

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This discussion area should turn into something for the owners or SH buyings of this CPU, for new aqusition even i recomend the 6300 version over this one. Cheers.

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Hey guys, I am really quite confused about the performance of this processor. I have already overclocked it a lot. But do you guys think, an "overclocked FX-6100" can reach the performance of an i5-3470 in gaming? By the which is more future-proof for games--"FX-6100 or i5-3470"? Please answer!!!

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an OCed 6100 will probably perform somewhat similar to the 3470 in games. id I'd have to choose from the two, I would take the 3470. although I would take neither of them, since an fx 6300 is better than either of them and costs less than the 3470.

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an over clocked fx-6100 will run like an fx-6300 at base. It will run a little better but not much. I own this cpu and it does reach the speed and performance of the fx-6300 when over clocked.

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yes, but 6100 has a different architecture than the 6300. Due to that, they perform differently even when OCed.

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3470 will perform better than both FX-6100 and FX-6300 either OCed or not.

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technically yes, but if you keep in mind their prices, then the 6300 is like 10 stars and the 3470 would be a barely 5 :)

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What stars? We are talking about performance. Yeah FX-6300 is a lot cheaper, for i5-3470's price one can take FX-8350.

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and an fx 8350 is waaay better than the 3470. also the 8350 is overclockable.
don't want to sound like a fanboy, but srsly.. fail intel
and if the haswell will be priced just like this, then it better performs REALLY well.

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Haswell's improvements are mainly in the GPU area, so I expect not.

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No FX-8350 isn't "waaay" better, they are head to head in games, while in applications capable of utilizing more than 4 cores FX-8350 is faster. In single and dual threaded apps i5 is faster.

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Indeed the 8350 is neck on neck with the 3570, so it's quite a bit better than the 3470 I guess :) And it indeed is a lot better at rendering etc.

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So, do you guys think I should keep the FX-6100 or sell it and buy an i5-3470? Please consider future-games too!!!

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well..
you would have no use of the 3470 with your current gpu.
and you would be better off selling the 6100 and buying an 8320 or 8350 because buying the 3470 + mobo will be costy as hell and will give you smaller gain than with a 8350 which is cheaper. :)

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It's not really a worthy upgrade. Just OC your 6100 a bit and be happy with it ;)

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Debator is right, instead of buying new CPU get a new GPU, maybe 7950/7870XT.

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Hey guys, thanks for all of your replies and comments. But still I am a bit confused. I have three options remaining which are for the same cost:
1) Buy a 970 series motherboard and sell my old 760G chipset one for my Fx-6100 for better overclocking.
2)Sell Fx-6100 and 760G mainboard. Buy an i5-3470 and a H61 motherboard.
3)Sell FX-6100, 760G mainboard and DeepCool IceBlade Pro cooler. Buy an i5-3470 and a B75 motherboard. So, no cooler and no overclocking.
Which one do you prefer?
By the way, will I see any change in FPS if I change from FX-6100 to i5-3470?
Plea

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Please answer both questions. Thanks for reading!

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yes, you would gain performance by upgrading to the 3470, however in your case when paired with a 7770, you wont see any difference in gaming at all.
btw you cant OC the 3470
your best bet would be to sell your current mobo and the 6100, and buy an 8320 with a decent board(990fx chispet would be nice, but its costy..)
you would be future proof with a set like that

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I wouldn't upgrade your cpu, the difference isn't too big. You'll get a much bigger FPS increase when buying a new gpu. Your cpu (especially when overclocked) can easily handle a 660ti, probably even a 670.

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So, which option guys-1,2 or 3 written above? I have only those options left.

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none. you don't need to upgrade yet. ;)
save the money for now

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^That

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By the way, recently I have got an offer for two HD 5970s for 255$. I am not sure what to do. But I have heard that they draw a lot of power(588 Watt)!

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Yes you would need either two psus for them both or one thats really good.

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Two 5970s is four 5870s. Of course they draw a lot of power. Maybe try to get one?

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Can i just say that AMD use modules so a half core acts as a core so the FX 8350 is only a quad core and those 8 half cores don't provide the same performance as a full core. also the Intel i5's have 4 threads so windows recognizes it as a 8 core unlike the AMD. Thought id just point that out.

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i5 has four cores and four threads, not 8, and AMD doesn't have half cores. They share some resources, such as an FPU and cache, but they're still full cores.

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yep, those are still physical cores so you cant divide them by two

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will this bottleneck with a 7870

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should be all fine if you OC it

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Even without OC it's fine ;)

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ah, I'd OC it anyway.. for fun :D

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To anybody looking for a good processor this is just mediocre. It runs at optimal speeds but if u can afford to pay 20-30 USD more I would suggest you consider the AMD FX-6300 3.5ghz processor. It is a second generation FX processor and would be a great item for anyone building or looking to improve an AMD system. Take in mind that your motherboard must support AM3+ processors.

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The 6300 is indeed a lot more efficient

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Being that it is built with a newer architecture that is true. I just didn't have the money at the time. Was just a little short in order to be able to get that processor. But this processor gets the job done with great multitasking and photo/video editing capabilities.

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You could've waited a month until your next paycheck ;)

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That is true. I do like this CPU except the fan is a little noisy. I also didn't want to overload my motherboard wasn't sure if it already had the latest bios to use the fx-6300. Found out that it does only after i had gotten this CPU.

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Hey guys I bought this awesome processor 6-7 months ago and you guys are really discouraging this one already! :( There is continuous development in processor architecture manufacturing. But if I wait for the best one won't I have to wait till the infinity? For now I guess this processor can easily run any hardcore games without a glitch… But again for those who are buying new processor I would suggest any newer processor.

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anyway , nicely said….

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now you just need a graphics card!

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6100 is still a good chip. no worries

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agree with chairmandrew the thing u need now is just an awesome graphic card!

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I am watching for ATI Radeon HD 6670! I can't afford more pricey one. I don't have any idea about any nvidia gpu though. Any suggestions? My budget is 5k INR=100$.

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its a nice card. Enough to run any game out there for now. We'll see how it performs in future titles though.
a 7750 is also an option :)

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or the upcoming 7730 :)

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if u cant buy 7750 id say wait for the 7730 to release cause its gonna be the same in perfomence with the gt 640!

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I would recommend the asus radeon hd 7750 v2 or the radeon hd 7770. Both DDR5 versions. They will be a excellent compliment to this CPU.

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when is the 7730 is coming? I can wait as it would give me chance to save money ;)

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I would give you one advice: It's better to wait and do it right than buy something right now and do it half.

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I said I can wait. I say the same as you just did! :)

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if you can wait then better wait for amd 8k series :P

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My budget is 5k INR= 100$

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cant you get a 7770 for that money? its a very decent card for the price :)

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No, 7770 is more expensive, but at that price a HD7750 should be possible.

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I am currently using the ASUS Radeon HD 7750 DDR5 overclocked edition. I love this card and would recommend it to anyone.

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I have the ASUS radeon HD 7750 1gb ddr5 version 2 over clocked GPU and I would reccomend it to anyone looking for an excellent GPU that can play almost any game available.

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The ASUS version is one of the loudest. I'd go with an XFX double D if it fits in your budget…

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I have run the ASUS version and it is whisper quiet. Don't notice any sound except the processors stock fan is slightly loud at startup. I would suggest getting an after market liquid cooled CPU if noise is an issue. I have the second version of the card. The noise may be referring to the old model of the card. Version 2 of the ASUS 7750 is silent.

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Yes because water cooler pump and fan is not producing any noise and you buy 110euro cpu and spend another 80 euro on cooler facepalm

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why the sarcasm mate? :)

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Watercooling is more silent and more effective than aircooling, which also means higher overclocks. Also, a decent watercooler can be had for €40…