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May 28, 2013 9:14:21 AM

I am going to buy a new pc so i am confused between i5 3570 and i5 3570k
http://www.flipkart.com/intel-core-i5-3570/p/itmdcvv2bb... AND http://www.flipkart.com/intel-3-4-ghz-lga1155-core-i5-3...

Price is Same
i will use MSI B75MA-P45 Motherboard
and 8gig of corsair vengeance 1600 ram
so which one sould i have to choose please help me !!!!!!!!!!

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May 28, 2013 9:19:48 AM

For the motherboard you got i5 3570 would be better. The 'K' series of intel processors means they're unlocked and you can overclock them to make them perform well. But you're gonna need a good motherboard and a good cooler with that whereas a MSI B75MA-P45 can't serve you fine enough in that case. That's why an i5 3570 is better in that case than an i5 3570K.
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May 28, 2013 9:25:45 AM

If you want to save some money, you can pair the B75 with something like the 3470 or 3350P. Or, if gaming, put the extra money into a faster GPU.
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May 28, 2013 9:26:02 AM

I disagree. Same price and the 75 chipset still allows overclocking. So why get the 3570?
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May 28, 2013 9:27:13 AM

Chose i5 3570K if you want to overclock beyond 3.8Ghz, now or in the future, but for that to happen you will need a Z77 motherboard and a decent cooler which is around 50 bucks and then you can run at 4.5Ghz or so.

Chose i5 3570 non-K if you will like to have vt-d support if you ever intend to run a hypervisior on this machine or do any advanced virtualization stuff.

Since there is no difference in money between the two and if you have no virtulization needs i would get the K version because you can always overclock it in the future, but of course you would need a Z77 based motherboard to do that.
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May 28, 2013 9:51:28 AM

He has a B75 (only BCLK OC) not the Z75 (full OC).
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May 28, 2013 10:53:11 AM

The B75 boards support Turbo Boost 2.0. An i5 3570's max turbo frequency is 3.8 Ghz. So he'll be able to oc the 3570 to 3.8 GHz with a decent cooler of-course. Now on many of the 3570k chips, you can reach 4.0-4.2GHz without any manual voltage tweaking but with a Z77 at least. He already has chosen a B75 board.
So, point of getting a 3570k with a B75 is? Yes, of course he'll be able to upgrade the motherboard later. But there we got Haswell coming with a socket 1150 support. So then the 1155 socket motherboards are going to be unavailable in the market. There'll be 2nd hand ones, but with a price tag it doesn't worth.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
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May 28, 2013 11:26:15 AM

sifatraquib said:
The B75 boards support Turbo Boost 2.0. An i5 3570's max turbo frequency is 3.8 Ghz. So he'll be able to oc the 3570 to 3.8 GHz with a decent cooler of-course. Now on many of the 3570k chips, you can reach 4.0-4.2GHz without any manual voltage tweaking but with a Z77 at least. He already has chosen a B75 board.
So, point of getting a 3570k with a B75 is? Yes, of course he'll be able to upgrade the motherboard later. But there we got Haswell coming with a socket 1150 support. So then the 1155 socket motherboards are going to be unavailable in the market. There'll be 2nd hand ones, but with a price tag it doesn't worth.
Correct me if I'm wrong.


+1 to that, all makes perfect sense
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May 28, 2013 5:15:15 PM

Himanshu Balayan said:
I am also highly confused between amd fx 8350 and i5 3570k :??:  if i buy intel i got better gaming performance or if i buy amd so i got better overclocking !!!!!!!!!!!!!

What is the diffrance between h77 and z77 chipset boards :bounce: 

http://www.flipkart.com/msi-zh77a-g41-motherboard/p/itm...

and
http://www.flipkart.com/msi-z77a-g41-motherboard/p/itmd... :pt1cable: 



Let's just say you overclock the FX 8350 to 4.6GHz and the 3570K to 4.0 GHz. In this case the 3570K is going to perform better than the FX 8350.

Z77 will help you to overclock better than H77. In a H77, support for increasing the multiplier on unlocked processor models is missing, hence the lack of overclocking support. Aside from this limitation, though, it is effectively the same as Z77: the same number of SATA and USB ports are there, SSD caching, onboard Intel graphics, and more.
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May 28, 2013 6:11:44 PM

so u say 3570k is better than a amd 8350 then which one is better stablity and better life for my stuff and overclocking (need a real stable processor that's made build in quility)
i have a msi r7850 1gd5/oc gpu which one i chose amd is only 12k and i5 3570k is 15k There is difference of 3k

i see this videos what about u http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICVeN6WEGgg
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May 29, 2013 2:04:15 AM

Himanshu Balayan said:
so u say 3570k is better than a amd 8350 then which one is better stablity and better life for my stuff and overclocking (need a real stable processor that's made build in quility)
i have a msi r7850 1gd5/oc gpu which one i chose amd is only 12k and i5 3570k is 15k There is difference of 3k

i see this videos what about u http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICVeN6WEGgg


Don't go with the Marketing videos of AMD. More cores = more performance = one of the biggest lies ever.
Yes, 3570k is a good processor. In terms of overclocking, why do we oc? To make it perform better right? Not to throw away the 'numbers' so that everyone may think I'm a good overclocker. As I said, for a 3570k oc-ed to 4.0 GHz, it's enough to beat a FX 8350 oc-ed to 4.6 GHz. About stability, the previous 2500k used to be overclocked to 4.5 GHz and was quite stable. Some even stayed at 5.0 GHz but in Ivys, they run a bit hotter. But never forget, these are the 22nm chips and perform a quite better than the sandy ones.
BTW just to say, if you're building this rig now and you can't wait then it's ok. But please wait if it's even a bit possible till the Haswell hits the market. Then you can choose if to go with the 4570k or the 3570k.
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