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AMD FX 6100


sshadrsarkar

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Hi Friends,

Please suggest me, is AMD FX 6100 processor is good for multimedia work(photo editing, etc..).? What about this processor.?

Another question is AMD Phenom 970 a better processor than FX 6100..?

Which is better choice.?

Thanks.

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KRONOS the First

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In gaming and for general use there's no difference between the FX-Series and Phenom II processors. In fact and sadly, the Phenom II X6 1100T is a better processor than the FX-6100. As far as the FX-series processors are concerned, the only 2 in the bunch with the performance edge are the FX-8150 and FX-8120.

I would go for Intel Sandybridge instead of Bulldozer and Phenom. all of AMD's processors are all based off of the same old Athlon x64 processors. Bulldozer was just a rearranged processor. save your money and power bills also and buy a Sandybridge. You could buy a Bulldozer 8-core and it uses 223watts and for the same if not higher performance, you can go get a Intel core i5 Sandybridge and it use only 95watts. Look for the I5 2400 or the i5 2500 or the i7 for the same performance as Bulldozer.

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