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is this build stable and good? first gaming/workstation desktop

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  1. The term "workstation" generally implies hyperthreading will be handy.....the 3579k doesn't do that.

    the 1155 socket is a dead end .... how long ya wanna keep this for and how long replacement parts will be available is a serious concern ?

    Do your workstation apps benefit from CUDA ? If so, AMD card doesn't do that.
    WD Green is too slow for workstation and gaming
  2. JackNaylorPE said:
    The term "workstation" generally implies hyperthreading will be handy.....the 3579k doesn't do that.

    the 1155 socket is a dead end .... how long ya wanna keep this for and how long replacement parts will be available is a serious concern ?

    Do your workstation apps benefit from CUDA ? If so, AMD card doesn't do that.
    WD Green is too slow for workstation and gaming


    forget workstation, it's a pc for gaming. i only said workstation because im going to work with after effects and photoshop.
    if wd green is slow, should i get seagate barracuda or caviar blue?
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    pedroferreira97 said:

    forget workstation, it's a pc for gaming. i only said workstation because im going to work with after effects and photoshop.
    if wd green is slow, should i get seagate barracuda or caviar blue?


    Yeah that will definitely confuse people around here. If you want gaming you should definitely get the i5-4670K, it's the newest version of the 3570K, and LGA 1155 will most likely be discontinued at the end of the year.
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