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Intel Build dogfight Core I5-3570K V.S Core I5-4670K

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July 30, 2013 6:46:58 AM

Hello, so i'm getting a new PC and in my region i basically have 2 options:

Option 1:

Cpu:Intel® CORE® i5-3570K
Motherboard:Gigabyte GA-Z77MX-D3H, Z77
RAM:8 GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX 1600MHz in dual channel mode
HDD:1 TB SATA3, 7200rpm 64 MB
ODD: DVD-RW 22X Dual Layer
GPU:Gtx 760 Gigabyte 2G
PSU:700W (Certified)
Case:Thermaltake


Option 2:
Cpu:Intel® CORE® i5-4670K 3,4Ghz
Motherboard:Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3, Intel® Z87 Express Chipset
RAM:8 GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX 1600MHz in dual channel mode
HDD:1 TB SATA3, 7200rpm 64 MB
ODD: DVD-RW 22X Dual Layer
GPU:Gtx 760 Gigabyte 2G
PSU:700W (Haswell Certified)
Case:Thermaltake

which should i get? the 2nd one is about ~40$ more expensive but for hard core gaming whick one should i get? remember i cannot change the part's exept the GPU in any way what's so ever.Thank you for you'r replays :) 

Joris,
July 30, 2013 7:02:39 AM

3rd gen if you care about money. 4th otherwise.
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July 30, 2013 7:06:49 AM

The 4670 will have 5 to 15% more performance, depends if you want to spend a bit more, in uk the 2600 3570 and 4670 are all the same price.

You could make up the money getting a 600 Watt psu instead if you are not going sli in future.
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July 30, 2013 7:20:12 AM

If ya shop around for combos, you can oft get the new Haswell MoBo / CPU in sales combos depending on where you live and who ya can buy from. For example:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?Ite...

Asus Z87 pro w/ $45 combo discount + $15 off w/ promo code Z87JULY15, ends 7/31

But again, all depends on where ya can shop
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July 30, 2013 7:36:38 AM

I was thinking exactly the same and had a strong hand on the haswell but now I noticed that the mobo offered with the haswell is about 30$ cheeper so it does not support virtual mvp and sli if I would like to place another 760 in the future... so maybe I should go with the benefits offered by the ivy MB.. damn this is a hard call.
p.s I live in Lithuania/europe for that matter so as I mentioned earlyer I cannot change parts in the options presented to me exept GPU (whick I elieve is a perfect call for the money)
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July 30, 2013 8:25:32 AM

How much you want OC the cpu?
If you do not want to OC then intel xeon 1230V3 is best buy.
Maybe you find this good place to order pats.
http://www.hardwareversand.de/articlesearch.jsp
Here is good SuperFlower PSU.
This is really good PSU: http://www.hardwareversand.de/500+-+600+Watts/33060/Sup...

And this too: http://www.hardwareversand.de/500+-+600+Watts/41093/Sup...

Here is good cpu cooler: http://www.hardwareversand.de/Intel+AMD/67114/Thermalri...

This is really nice looking case: http://www.hardwareversand.de/Midi/54108/anidees+AI-6B+...

Window model: http://www.hardwareversand.de/articledetail.jsp?adp=0&a...

If you like to order there just send mail to them and ask if they will delivery to your country.
https://www.hardwareversand.de/idxcontact.jsp
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July 30, 2013 9:37:50 AM

sound good., bht I would prefer sticking with those two options, however I believe that in a couple of years I will oc it if it will give me any gaming benefits but anyway both ivy and haswell seem to be the same at oc'ing the only reason why I'm hasitAtin is because I cant really pick which one of the motberboards I should go for and is the virtual mvp make a great difference with the current gpu for games? because if the IB config (option 1) will have better performance in games that the HB (option 2) then im going for that one cuz I believe the IB config Is a bit more future prof chz thats what I really care for.
p.s srr for spelling mistakes I dnt usually type like this but im currently ussing my samsung instead of a pc and its rly a pane in the ass for typing...
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July 30, 2013 9:40:54 AM

Joris said:
sound good., bht I would prefer sticking with those two options, however I believe that in a couple of years I will oc it if it will give me any gaming benefits but anyway both ivy and haswell seem to be the same at oc'ing the only reason why I'm hasitAtin is because I cant really pick which one of the motberboards I should go for and is the virtual mvp make a great difference with the current gpu for games? because if the IB config (option 1) will have better performance in games that the HB (option 2) then im going for that one cuz I believe the IB config Is a bit more future prof chz thats what I really care for.
p.s srr for spelling mistakes I dnt usually type like this but im currently ussing my samsung instead of a pc and its rly a pane in the ass for typing...


There's not a lot of difference in performance between Haswell and Ivy. The big difference lies in that Ivy Bridge is the end of the production line for socket LGA 1155, where a new socket begins with Haswell and that's LGA 1150. If you ask me you should always get the latest hardware you can get to ensure your system has a longer life span.
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July 30, 2013 11:14:40 AM

g-unit1111 said:
Joris said:
sound good., bht I would prefer sticking with those two options, however I believe that in a couple of years I will oc it if it will give me any gaming benefits but anyway both ivy and haswell seem to be the same at oc'ing the only reason why I'm hasitAtin is because I cant really pick which one of the motberboards I should go for and is the virtual mvp make a great difference with the current gpu for games? because if the IB config (option 1) will have better performance in games that the HB (option 2) then im going for that one cuz I believe the IB config Is a bit more future prof chz thats what I really care for.
p.s srr for spelling mistakes I dnt usually type like this but im currently ussing my samsung instead of a pc and its rly a pane in the ass for typing...


There's not a lot of difference in performance between Haswell and Ivy. The big difference lies in that Ivy Bridge is the end of the production line for socket LGA 1155, where a new socket begins with Haswell and that's LGA 1150. If you ask me you should always get the latest hardware you can get to ensure your system has a longer life span.

very good point my friend,but how about the motherboard it self doesn't support virtual MVP as i mentioned earlier and doesn't have SLI in it's check box... maybe there's something i'm missing to? it is cheaper after all,maybe someone like You maybe could give it a closer inspection?(or anyone else that matters),or is it just me bitching about nothing?(i really got exited about the futures that were in the old IB motherboard) i will try to find some Virtual MVP and without benchmarks and if i prove to be bitching about practically nothing i will get the haswell :) 
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July 30, 2013 11:26:18 AM

Joris said:

very good point my friend,but how about the motherboard it self doesn't support virtual MVP as i mentioned earlier and doesn't have SLI in it's check box... maybe there's something i'm missing to? it is cheaper after all,maybe someone like You maybe could give it a closer inspection?(or anyone else that matters),or is it just me bitching about nothing?(i really got exited about the futures that were in the old IB motherboard) i will try to find some Virtual MVP and without benchmarks and if i prove to be bitching about practically nothing i will get the haswell :) 


Most motherboards will have support for 2 x GPUs in SLI or Crossfire built in them, including the B85/Z87/H87, etc.
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July 30, 2013 12:03:38 PM

g-unit1111 said:
Joris said:

very good point my friend,but how about the motherboard it self doesn't support virtual MVP as i mentioned earlier and doesn't have SLI in it's check box... maybe there's something i'm missing to? it is cheaper after all,maybe someone like You maybe could give it a closer inspection?(or anyone else that matters),or is it just me bitching about nothing?(i really got exited about the futures that were in the old IB motherboard) i will try to find some Virtual MVP and without benchmarks and if i prove to be bitching about practically nothing i will get the haswell :) 


Most motherboards will have support for 2 x GPUs in SLI or Crossfire built in them, including the B85/Z87/H87, etc.

it says in the Gigabyte site that it support crossfire only
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