Most powerful prcessor for H57 board Tags: CPUs Quad Core Processors Last response: March 22, 2011 4:14 PM in CPUs Share ultimate1984 March 22, 2011 2:56:27 PM Just wanted to see peoples opinion on the most powerful processor I could buy for a H57 board. Seeing as these are or will be becoming obselete soon with the gen2 processors available. Quad core preferable. Cheers More about : powerful prcessor h57 board ghnader hsmithot a b à CPUs March 22, 2011 3:04:21 PM are you referring to socket 1156? http://www.intel.com/products/desktop/chipsets/h57/h57-... if it is then we would be speaking of i7 875k as the best.. proton9 March 22, 2011 4:14:12 PM i7 880 875k is very expensive. 880 ocs very well so you dont really need 875k Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources H57 MOTHER BOARD Forum Core i5 660 CPU + Intel H57 Media series board Forum SolvedMost Powerful GPU with Corsair CX430 PSU (without bottleneck)? Forum SolvedWhat is the most powerful gpu i could use with a amd x4 750k Forum SolvedThe most powerful gaming PC for max. $800 (First build) Recommendations please! Forum SolvedWhats the most powerful CPU my motherboard can support ? Forum SolvedMost powerful laptop for £2000-£3000 Forum SolvedThe Worlds MOST POWERFUL GAMING SETUP Challenge! Forum SolvedWhat is the most powerful gaming PC I can get Forum SolvedWhich of there will make the most powerful gaming laptop? Forum Solvedwhat is the most powerful pc Forum SolvedR9 270x The most powerful Forum SolvedWhat's the most powerful laptop that one can purchase retail for no more than $400? Forum SolvedMost powerful R9 280x Forum SolvedIs it a better idea for a budget if you get the most powerful PSU you will need in long-term? Forum SolvedMost powerful GPU money can buy Forum Most powerful graphics/video card for under £350 Forum What is the latest most powerful Intel CPU Forum Most powerful Laptop/Tablet Convertible 2 In 1 Forum Most Thinnest/Powerful Ultrabook as of today Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !