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is the ASRock Z87 Extreme4 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard good for i5 4670k

ok some reason the i4 4670k is 1$ cheaper then the i5 3570k
and get 10-20% performance

so what are some good motherboard for 130$ for the I5 4670K
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  1. I mean the i5 4670k

    not the i4 xD
  2. Yes, the extreme4 is fine. It's considered to be one of the best lower-budget z87 boards.

    For the i5-3570k vs. 4670k, the performance difference is actually more like 5-10%.
  3. Best answer
    Yes, the ASRock Extreme 4 has been a solid line. 4670k might be about the same price as the 3570k but what about comparing Z87 vs Z77 mobo prices? Usually Z87 is more expensive.

    If mobo price difference is only $10, then I'd get the Z87. In the real world, you would never notice the difference between the 3570k n 4670k.

    You won't make a wrong decision with either choice.
  4. envy14tpe said:
    Yes, the ASRock Extreme 4 has been a solid line. 4670k might be about the same price as the 3570k but what about comparing Z87 vs Z77 mobo prices? Usually Z87 is more expensive.

    If mobo price difference is only $10, then I'd get the Z87. In the real world, you would never notice the difference between the 3570k n 4670k.

    You won't make a wrong decision with either choice.


    It's also a new socket vs. an old one, and a matter of whether you want the better looks of (most) of the new z87 boards. (Hint hint Asus :P)
  5. so the ASRock Z87 Extreme4 ATX LGA1150 with i5 4670k is better then the i5 3570k with the ASRock Z77 Extreme4 ATX LGA1155 Motherboard
  6. I searched US websites. The Z87 has come down in price and the Z77 has gone up. So, if the 3570k n 4670k are the same price it's a tough comparison if the Z87 is only $10 more. The benefit to Z77 is that it has been updated and perfected. The Z87 has some bugs to work out due to it being so new.
  7. this might be my buildhttp://pcpartpicker.com/p/1pi10

    or this if I am low on buget http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1pj5i
  8. or maybe if I can get this http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1phsr
  9. I'd go for the $1165 build, but I'd opt for a 24" monitor.
  10. envy14tpe said:
    I'd go for the $1165 build, but I'd opt for a 24" monitor.


    nah i dont need big screen i can hardly see xD
  11. Mrjellop said:
    envy14tpe said:
    I'd go for the $1165 build, but I'd opt for a 24" monitor.


    nah i dont need big screen i can hardly see xD


    Sorry..what's that mean?
  12. Means that I can hardly see on big screen because some object will be on way top and it will be blurry for me I think 21.5 inch will be nice for me
  13. Mrjellop said:
    Means that I can hardly see on big screen because some object will be on way top and it will be blurry for me I think 21.5 inch will be nice for me


    Unless you sit less than 2' form your monitor, 23/24" is ideal. I used to have a 20" and 24" montiors. I found the 20" monitor too small for 2' viewing distance and sold it. Plus I missed out on the expansiveness of a bigger screen.
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