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i5 750 vs new i5 vs my old cpu plz help

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December 7, 2013 12:31:21 PM

is the i5 750 good at 3 ghz ??
i like crysis 3
i got a gtx 560 ti
will it be much a difference between old and new i5 in fps (same clock)
and i have a core 2 duo e7300 will there be much difference ?

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December 7, 2013 12:50:12 PM

cin19 said:
The new i5 will be much better than the old i5-750. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ivy-bridge-wolfdale...


the 750 isn't here
i can't get the new one
1 too expensive here
2 it's not in stock yet
i know the difference between my c2d and the new i5 is huge but what about the old one
maybe you can help me on system form no one replied yet
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December 7, 2013 4:05:06 PM

From this chart, you can see the i5-750 is similar to q960/q9550. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-o...
If you oc the i5-750 you still can play the crysis 3, but I don't know what is FPS for the games.
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April 23, 2014 12:05:46 PM

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(From this chart, you can see the i5-750 is similar to q960/q9550. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-o...
If you oc the i5-750 you still can play the crysis 3, but I don't know what is FPS for the games. )


You people can't be serious. This is the most ridiculous information I have ever seen, If you people are this dense about CPU's don't give people advice. The i5 750 is much better than old dual core quads, And it is comparable to the newer i5's. As a matter of fact you will not see any difference in gaming with a i5 750 than you would with a Sandy, Ivy, or haswell. Of'course it wont be as fast. But the difference is very little.
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April 23, 2014 12:23:10 PM

I don't know who will give the ridiculous information, read one of those reviews, to compare i5-2500K, i5-3570K, i7-920 ( it will be better or same as the i5-750) for gaming. If you can read you know which one is better.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2012/05/01/intel-...
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April 23, 2014 12:24:21 PM

if you're truly on a small budget, then yea the older i5 is still much better than your current cpu, your gtx 560ti would be a bottleneck before the cpu. I still hear of people using the old 1st gen i5s and i7s so you should be ok, although have you considered at least like an AMD fx6300 or 8320? If not, don't feel bad about getting the old i5
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April 23, 2014 12:49:43 PM

I agree that an FX 6300 would be a better choice than an i5 750.
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April 23, 2014 5:27:29 PM

You would definitely hit a bottleneck in Crysis 3 with the i5 750 unless you overclock. I'm using the i5 760 which is slightly faster, and I hit a CPU bottleneck in Crysis 3 when running at stock clocks. If you can track down a decent LGA 1156 motherboard and a good aftermarket cooler, and you're comfortable with overclocking, the i5 750 might not be a bad choice if you are on a really tight budget.

The FX 6300 would be a better choice for Crysis 3 and Battlefield 4, but would probably actually fare worse than a first gen i5 in most other games out right now due to AMD's poor per core performance, though it's probably not that relevant in your case anyway, as you'd unlikely see a major difference between the two chips with a GTX 560Ti, most of the time you will be GPU bound anyway.
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April 23, 2014 6:35:14 PM

Supernova1138 said:


The FX 6300 would be a better choice for Crysis 3 and Battlefield 4, but would probably actually fare worse than a first gen i5 in most other games out right now due to AMD's poor per core performance, though it's probably not that relevant in your case anyway, as you'd unlikely see a major difference between the two chips with a GTX 560Ti, most of the time you will be GPU bound anyway.


Actualy if you check this chart for single-thread performance the FX-6300 is about 10% faster on single-thread alone, if the 6 cores are utilized in a game it's almost twice as powerfull as the old i5-750...
You know, Intel single-core performance havn't always been what it is today...the older i5 and i7 does not have that great IPC...

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html (Single thread)
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/common_cpus.html (overall performance)

(I know those are only approximation on performance i just link them to give us a guideline on performance here...)
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April 23, 2014 7:26:57 PM

paitjsu sadff said:
Supernova1138 said:


The FX 6300 would be a better choice for Crysis 3 and Battlefield 4, but would probably actually fare worse than a first gen i5 in most other games out right now due to AMD's poor per core performance, though it's probably not that relevant in your case anyway, as you'd unlikely see a major difference between the two chips with a GTX 560Ti, most of the time you will be GPU bound anyway.


Actualy if you check this chart for single-thread performance the FX-6300 is about 10% faster on single-thread alone, if the 6 cores are utilized in a game it's almost twice as powerfull as the old i5-750...
You know, Intel single-core performance havn't always been what it is today...the older i5 and i7 does not have that great IPC...

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html (Single thread)
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/common_cpus.html (overall performance)

(I know those are only approximation on performance i just link them to give us a guideline on performance here...)


That's not particularly impressive considering the FX 6300 has to be clocked 800MHz higher than the i5 750 just to achieve that 10% boost. AMD's IPC is still crap, and the only reason they're competitive at all with Nahalem is because Nahalem is clocked much lower.

Also, while the 6300 might edge out the i5 750 on that particular synthetic benchmark for single threaded performance, that doesn't seem to apply to every synthetic, as the i5 750 edged out the FX 6300 in Cinebench R10, and the 6300 doesn't tend to fare quite as well in actual single threaded games eg. World of Warcraft, or Dragon Age Origins.

None of this really matters anyway since it looks like this is a nerco'd thread from December.


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April 23, 2014 7:33:30 PM

yeah i didnt noticed this was an old thread that was brought back for no good reason...and my intention was not to start you on intel vs amd architectur and stuff...but just to point out that those old core i5 core performance was not really better than stock fx-6300...i didnt talked about clock speed or anything... :) 
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