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Intel core i5 4670k vs. intel core i7 4770k

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February 19, 2014 11:11:21 PM

Does it worth the money to get i7 4770k?

*and if u know a better cpu please tell me*
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February 19, 2014 11:17:18 PM

for rendering, editing and other CPU intensive tasks? yes, if you can afford it, though the i5 isn't a bad fallback choice.

for gaming at most? no. not unless you just wanna brag about it.

for casual tasks? way overkill.

alternatively, there's the FX-8320 or FX-6300 for the budget minded.
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February 19, 2014 11:17:20 PM

Hey

How about intel xeon 1230 v3?

That's and i7 ( just without the integrated graphics card that you will never use :)  )
And it supports the 8 threads at a 100$ lower cost than 4770k :) 

For gaming i5 would the the best for it's price, but in the future games will use more cores so more thread*/core CPU's would be better for it :) 
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February 20, 2014 1:35:18 AM

If money is no problem for you I'd go with the i7 4770k. But the i5 4670k is also an excellent processor which is more then enough for gaming.
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February 20, 2014 2:18:00 AM

Hazle said:
for rendering, editing and other CPU intensive tasks? yes, if you can afford it, though the i5 isn't a bad fallback choice.

for gaming at most? no. not unless you just wanna brag about it.

for casual tasks? way overkill.

alternatively, there's the FX-8320 or FX-6300 for the budget minded.


So u mean for money saving should i got i5 4670k (i7 4770k dont worth the price)
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February 20, 2014 2:26:37 AM

RulesSpew said:
Hey

How about intel xeon 1230 v3?

That's and i7 ( just without the integrated graphics card that you will never use :)  )
And it supports the 8 threads at a 100$ lower cost than 4770k :) 

For gaming i5 would the the best for it's price, but in the future games will use more cores so more thread*/core CPU's would be better for it :) 


aha so what's the main difference between i7 4770k k and i7 4770?
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February 20, 2014 2:27:55 AM

mike676 said:
If money is no problem for you I'd go with the i7 4770k. But the i5 4670k is also an excellent processor which is more then enough for gaming.


So u mean i7 4770k worth the money?explain more please
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February 20, 2014 2:34:26 AM

If you have leftover money, you can use the leftover money for the 4770k.

If you need the 8 threads from 4770(k), but you dont have any money leftover go for a xeon processor.

If you dont need the extra threads from 4770(k), and you don't have any money leftover go for a 4670k

If you don't need the extra threads from 4770(k), and you dont have any money leftover, or are over budget, and don't want to overclock go for a i5-4440, 4570 or 4670.
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February 20, 2014 2:34:35 AM

Yazan Zaid said:
mike676 said:
If money is no problem for you I'd go with the i7 4770k. But the i5 4670k is also an excellent processor which is more then enough for gaming.


So u mean i7 4770k worth the money?explain more please


Can I ask which GPU you're planning to buy?

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February 20, 2014 2:48:34 AM

Hi, The K at the end of a processor name stands for UNLOCKED, Unlocked processors can be oced for example 4770K and 4670K can be overclocked but the 4770 and 4670 are locked so cannot.

As the others posted above in terms of general gaming you will not see an increase from I5 4670K to I7 4770K that justifies the price difference.

I feel the XEON 1230 V3 is very good for this area of competition because as posted it has the hyperthreading power of the i7 without integrated graphics but for general gaming an i5 4670K is perfectly good.
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February 20, 2014 8:45:15 AM

Yazan Zaid said:
RulesSpew said:
Hey

How about intel xeon 1230 v3?

That's and i7 ( just without the integrated graphics card that you will never use :)  )
And it supports the 8 threads at a 100$ lower cost than 4770k :) 

For gaming i5 would the the best for it's price, but in the future games will use more cores so more thread*/core CPU's would be better for it :) 


aha so what's the main difference between i7 4770k k and i7 4770?


You can overclock 4770k, you can't 4770, that will just stay the same at 3.5 GHz ( no other difference )
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February 23, 2014 4:07:06 AM

i have looked in google about intel core i7 4820k i think it's better processor! i'm going with it!!
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