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Name some intel i5 4th generation good gaming processors within 13,000 INR..
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  1. Please name the socket of the motherboard, if it is not compatible with i5 you will have to buy a new one. Just tell your current processor, it will help me. Do you play online?
  2. i5 4570 should be within that budget.
    UPDATE: it isn't
  3. No no no. I've just fixed GPU alone.. R9 270 o R9 270 x.. Just say in general.. Once i've picked up a processor and RAM, i'll choose a MOBO..
  4. vmN said:
    i5 4570 should be within that budget.



    Nope it's 1000 INR above my budget.. Anyway i'll keep it as a choice, thanks..
  5. I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.
  6. chimera201 said:

    That's the one exactly in top my considerations.. I want to know, is there any other good performing CPU other than 4440?
  7. check Intel 3.1 GHz LGA 1155 Core i5 3450 Processor at flipkart
  8. Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?
  9. kill streak said:
    check Intel 3.1 GHz LGA 1155 Core i5 3450 Processor at flipkart



    But the 4th generation processor (especially with 1150) has future proofs - I read in other thread one day... So, i need 4th generation..
  10. It is good if you do not overclock
  11. Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?



    The i5-4440 is strong as well. I didn't recommend it because it costs the same as the i5-4570 here.
    Edit: Well, just a $5 difference.
  12. Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?



    The i5-4440 is strong as well. I didn't recommend it because it costs the same as the i5-4570 here.
    Edit: Well, just a $5 difference.


    In india, it has about 1300 INR difference :??:
  13. For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html
  14. Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?



    The i5-4440 is strong as well. I didn't recommend it because it costs the same as the i5-4570 here.
    Edit: Well, just a $5 difference.


    In india, it has about 1300 INR difference :??:


    So roughly a $20 difference there, then. I think that's a big enough difference to make the i5-4440 the better choice for you, since the performance is almost the same.
  15. chimera201 said:
    For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html


    Then, in what they show their differences in performance? Also I consider future proof too..
  16. Anonymous said:
    chimera201 said:
    For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html


    Then, in what they show their differences in performance? Also I consider future proof too..


    Benchmarks usually show only a tiny difference. You probably heard that the LGA1150 socket is futureproof because it supports Haswell and Broadwell, so get a CPU for the LGA1150 socket if you're worried about that. The other Intel sockets don't have as bright of a future, but the i5 CPUs themselves are all fast.

    The i5-4440 and i5-4430 would both be good options on the LGA1150 socket. They're pretty much exactly the same, actually, so you may want to just go for whichever is cheaper in your country.
  17. Anonymous said:
    chimera201 said:
    For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html


    Then, in what they show their differences in performance? Also I consider future proof too..


    In applications that are CPU intensive like video editing,rendering,etc. Most games are not CPU intensive but are heavily dependent on GPU. You can't future proof any computer component.
  18. Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?




    The i5-4440 is strong as well. I didn't recommend it because it costs the same as the i5-4570 here.
    Edit: Well, just a $5 difference.


    In india, it has about 1300 INR difference :??:


    So roughly a $20 difference there, then. I think that's a big enough difference to make the i5-4440 the better choice for you, since the performance is almost the same.


    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    chimera201 said:
    For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html


    Then, in what they show their differences in performance? Also I consider future proof too..


    Benchmarks usually show only a tiny difference. You probably heard that the LGA1150 socket is futureproof because it supports Haswell and Broadwell, so get a CPU for the LGA1150 socket if you're worried about that. The other Intel sockets don't have as bright of a future, but the i5 CPUs themselves are all fast.

    The i5-4440 and i5-4430 would both be good options on the LGA1150 socket. They're pretty much exactly the same, actually, so you may want to just go for whichever is cheaper in your country.


    Why i cant' I see the i5-4440 CPU in that tom's hardware link above?
  19. Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?




    The i5-4440 is strong as well. I didn't recommend it because it costs the same as the i5-4570 here.
    Edit: Well, just a $5 difference.


    In india, it has about 1300 INR difference :??:


    So roughly a $20 difference there, then. I think that's a big enough difference to make the i5-4440 the better choice for you, since the performance is almost the same.


    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    chimera201 said:
    For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html


    Then, in what they show their differences in performance? Also I consider future proof too..


    Benchmarks usually show only a tiny difference. You probably heard that the LGA1150 socket is futureproof because it supports Haswell and Broadwell, so get a CPU for the LGA1150 socket if you're worried about that. The other Intel sockets don't have as bright of a future, but the i5 CPUs themselves are all fast.

    The i5-4440 and i5-4430 would both be good options on the LGA1150 socket. They're pretty much exactly the same, actually, so you may want to just go for whichever is cheaper in your country.


    Why i cant' I see the i5-4440 CPU in that tom's hardware link above?
  20. Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    Rationale said:
    I also nominate the i5-4570. It's actually the cheapest fast i5 I've been able to find. It should be almost exactly at your budget.

    Failing that, the i5-3350P is a bit less expensive.


    What about i5-4440? Processor fail or good performance?




    The i5-4440 is strong as well. I didn't recommend it because it costs the same as the i5-4570 here.
    Edit: Well, just a $5 difference.


    In india, it has about 1300 INR difference :??:


    So roughly a $20 difference there, then. I think that's a big enough difference to make the i5-4440 the better choice for you, since the performance is almost the same.


    Rationale said:
    Anonymous said:
    chimera201 said:
    For gaming there is absolutely no difference between any of the second,third,fourth gen i5 processors. So just pick the cheapest one.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,3106-5.html


    Then, in what they show their differences in performance? Also I consider future proof too..


    Benchmarks usually show only a tiny difference. You probably heard that the LGA1150 socket is futureproof because it supports Haswell and Broadwell, so get a CPU for the LGA1150 socket if you're worried about that. The other Intel sockets don't have as bright of a future, but the i5 CPUs themselves are all fast.

    The i5-4440 and i5-4430 would both be good options on the LGA1150 socket. They're pretty much exactly the same, actually, so you may want to just go for whichever is cheaper in your country.


    Why i cant' I see the i5-4440 CPU in that tom's hardware link above?


    I don't know, it doesn't load for me either. I was talking about different benchmarks from CPUboss.
  21. Best answer
    Anonymous said:


    Why i cant' I see the i5-4440 CPU in that tom's hardware link above?


    Because TomsHardware is lazy. That's a monthly article that they don't update. But it's going to be in the top tier.
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