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i5 4570 vs 4670(non k) for gaming?

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August 24, 2013 11:20:34 AM

Is it worth it to pay 20-30$ more to get a 4670 in gaming? Not interested in OC.

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August 24, 2013 11:22:33 AM

IMO no --spend the extra on a better video card.
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August 24, 2013 11:41:14 AM

Who the hell selected the best answer?? I surely didn't yet.

to continue... I won't be spending extra money on gpu because gtx760 is highest i can go ,other 770/7970/780 are over my budget range.
So in short- 4670 is not worth it over 4570?
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August 24, 2013 12:47:18 PM

No idea, seemed kinda weird to me for such a quick response.

The 4570 will perform the same for gaming. GTX760 is a very good choice. And since you are not overclocking, the Intel heatsink should work just fine. I've used a bunch of them on new builds and the hottest core I've seen running Prime95 is 60C, which is well within the thermal range.

For gaming 8GB of RAM should be plenty and you don't really benefit much from an SSD, although I put them in all my systems just to load the OS faster and do general tasks.

I would highly recommend either MSI or ASRock Z87 motherboards, the specific one depends on the features you want.

Spend the extra to get a very high quality PSU, although 500-650W is enough power if you don't ever plan to use dual graphics, if you do you might want to go 650-750W.
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August 24, 2013 7:19:01 PM

RealBeast said:
No idea, seemed kinda weird to me for such a quick response.

The 4570 will perform the same for gaming. GTX760 is a very good choice. And since you are not overclocking, the Intel heatsink should work just fine. I've used a bunch of them on new builds and the hottest core I've seen running Prime95 is 60C, which is well within the thermal range.

For gaming 8GB of RAM should be plenty and you don't really benefit much from an SSD, although I put them in all my systems just to load the OS faster and do general tasks.

I would highly recommend either MSI or ASRock Z87 motherboards, the specific one depends on the features you want.

Spend the extra to get a very high quality PSU, although 500-650W is enough power if you don't ever plan to use dual graphics, if you do you might want to go 650-750W.


I will probably go with some b85 or h87 1150 motherboard since i don't need z87 because i'm not oc.
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September 21, 2013 4:13:28 AM

Stick with the 4570 in case you haven't gotten it yet, there's no difference between the I5-4570 and 4670 asides from shelling out a few more bucks. IMO I find the 4570 to be the better choice if your not going to oc your cpu while still using a top quality brand such as the i-5.

Also this chart will help in case http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/430/Intel_Core_i5_i5-4...
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