Hey guys, what is the main difference between those two processors? I don't really plan on doing any after-market overclocking. However, if I end up feeling adventurous, it will be a very minimal overclock at best. Out of the box, are the two processors the same; they will both provide me with exactly identical specs? One says something like "HD Graphics 2500" while the other says "HD Graphics 4000". What does that mean?
Also, I am sort of in a limbo between the CM 212 Evo, and the NH-D14. With none-to-very little overclocking, will the Evo suit me just fine (also a bit cheaper)?
Yeah, from here there is only about $22 that separates them.
Will the on-board graphics even matter much if I am getting an EVGA GTX670 FTW?
Also, I have decided to get the HAF X case, while upgrading the exhaust fans to the Megaflow series. I have considered the H100 series, but sort of decided against even the minimal amount of risk of adding liquid to the system. Also, the air coolers don't rank to much further behind the H-series coolers.
Samsung is good, HP is good, I just got 2 Dell 23' monitors from walmart from work and they even look real nice. Probably your best bet would be to go to like best buy and physically see the monitors in action, jot a few down you like then do some heavy review reading.
I would go for a 3570 if you're not doing a lot of over clocking and you're getting a gtx670, although you may want consider getting a 3570k in case you choose to OC instead of upgrade in a few years or so. The graphics on the cpu are only good for video encoding, so if for any reason you see yourself doing a lot of it, definitely go for the 3570k.