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October 18, 2013 8:24:53 AM

Is there any difference between these two CPUs in gaming? In india where i live price is the same. Is it a wise choice and suggest a good mobo under $100 for it.

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October 18, 2013 8:36:21 AM

I think you meant 4670. Anyway, the 4670 is a little more powerful than the 3570. Keep in mind that the 3570 uses and LGA-1155 motherboard whereas the 4670 uses LGA-1150. Assuming you can get a motherboard for the same price in either socket get the i5-4670. I'm not sure what store you would use so it's hard to pick something for you.
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October 18, 2013 8:37:39 AM

The 4570 newer slightly slower but slightly better performance per clock, made it with any H77 or B85 board of your choice. Without knowing which boards are on your market it is hard to recommend but Asus is a solid brand.
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October 18, 2013 8:47:58 AM

The i5 3570 can be slightly overclocked and will then outperform the newer 4570.
2nd and 3rd gen non-k i5s can be partially overclocked if you have a motherboard that supports multiplier overclocking. You should be able to raise your multiplier from 34 to 38 thus running 3.8ghz on all 4 cores.

4th gen non-k i5s do not support this feature.

Also, a 3rd gen i5 + LGA 1155 mobo will almost certainly be cheaper than a 4th gen i5 + LGA 1150 mobo.
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October 18, 2013 8:50:24 AM



CTurbo said:
The i5 3570 can be slightly overclocked and will then outperform the newer 4570.
2nd and 3rd gen non-k i5s can be partially overclocked if you have a motherboard that supports multiplier overclocking. You should be able to raise your multiplier from 34 to 38 thus running 3.8ghz on all 4 cores.

4th gen non-k i5s do not support this feature.

Also, a 3rd gen i5 + LGA 1155 mobo will almost certainly be cheaper than a 4th gen i5 + LGA 1150 mobo.

Where i live its almost the same

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October 18, 2013 8:54:08 AM

Well either way the i5 3570 has the higher potential.

But why not just get a K model i5? They are usually worth the extra $$$.
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October 18, 2013 8:55:51 AM

CTurbo said:
Well either way the i5 3570 has the higher potential.

But why not just get a K model i5? They are usually worth the extra $$$.

I am really not a oc fan besides i want to use the stock speed only
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October 18, 2013 9:05:51 AM

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MohitoshPrama said:


Its too high for me :p  can you suggest one for $100?

That would make this the only board http://www.flipkart.com/msi-b85m-g43-motherboard/p/itmd... it is an OK board for it.


Actually msi dont have there service centres where i reside...can i take this one? http://www.flipkart.com/gigabyte-ga-b85-d3h-motherboard...
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October 18, 2013 9:10:39 AM

Well if you insist on stock speeds then the 4570 is the obvious choice.
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October 18, 2013 9:11:56 AM

Yes the Gigabyte board is at least equally good to the MSI so go for it.
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October 18, 2013 9:19:57 AM

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Yes the Gigabyte board is at least equally good to the MSI so go for it.


And among the CPUs...What to conssider?
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October 18, 2013 9:41:16 AM

If I was buying today I would go with the newest platform and the 4570.
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January 20, 2014 7:43:05 PM

In my country, the Ivy Bridge motherboards are cheaper than Haswell's. Interestingly the i5-3570 ($260) has same price as the newer i5-4570 ($261).

Ivy Bridge,
ASRock H71M-DGS (H61 chipset), $60.
ASRock B75M-DGS (B75 chipset), $77.

Haswell,
ASRock H81M-DGS (H81 chipset), $90
ASUS H81M-A (H81 chipset), $91.
MSI B85M-E33 (B85 chipset), $107
ASRock B85M-HDS (B85 chipset), $112.

It's quite obvious in this case to pair a B75 chipset motherboard with i5-3570 for ($77+$260) = $337. The cheapest Haswell combination of H81 and i5-4570 will cost ($90+$261) = $351. The newer B85 chipset motherboard will be even more expensive.
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January 20, 2014 9:55:16 PM

sedona said:
In my country, the Ivy Bridge motherboards are cheaper than Haswell's. Interestingly the i5-3570 ($260) has same price as the newer i5-4570 ($261).

Ivy Bridge,
ASRock H71M-DGS (H61 chipset), $60.
ASRock B75M-DGS (B75 chipset), $77.

Haswell,
ASRock H81M-DGS (H81 chipset), $90
ASUS H81M-A (H81 chipset), $91.
MSI B85M-E33 (B85 chipset), $107
ASRock B85M-HDS (B85 chipset), $112.

It's quite obvious in this case to pair a B75 chipset motherboard with i5-3570 for ($77+$260) = $337. The cheapest Haswell combination of H81 and i5-4570 will cost ($90+$261) = $351. The newer B85 chipset motherboard will be even more expensive.


I think from OCT until now OP may have bought already!
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