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Hey guys i have 2 older cpu's and i want to make a server with one I have a Intel Core i7-875K Lynnfield Quad-Core 2.93 GHz and aAMD FX-8350 Black Edition Vishera 8-Core 4.0 GHz. This is what i got so don't tell me to get something else. So witch one should i go with guys?

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3 hours ago, yellow|avdieking said:

For sure Intel!

nope. his one is to old & bad...

 

use the vishera, but i would it oc@4.9ghz to work properly

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3 minutes ago, Kugane said:

nope. his one is to old & bad...

 

use the vishera, but i would it oc@4.9ghz to work properly

Nonsense. I ran a small 10 person server on a core2duo with no problems and good fps. 

That being said, Arma tends to love high clock speeds over anything else. I'd use the vishera too. It's single core performance is stronger, plus it has more cores. The Vishera for sure. 

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2 minutes ago, yellow|avdieking said:

amd is not strong at singlecores lol

That's a fair statement on the average. But he's talking about two specific CPU's, of which the AMD has stronger single core performance. 

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So if i overclocked the intel to 4.0 then it will be better than the amd for running an arma server?

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13 hours ago, prue420 said:

So if i overclocked the intel to 4.0 then it will be better than the amd for running an arma server?

Not likely. The AMD is a newer and faster chip. Overclocking the intel might get it to similar performance, but if you're going to overclock, you might as well overclock the AMD and get even better results. 

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