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Does gtx 570 suits i5 2500 and a h67 mobo

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August 27, 2011 4:56:08 PM

because of tight budget the money is mainly on for gpu and processor..psu is corsair 650tx..corsair value select 4gb..i want to know whether i52500 is a bottleneck for gtx 570
August 27, 2011 5:55:45 PM

no the i5 is deffinetly not a bottleneck for a gtx 570.
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August 27, 2011 6:03:07 PM

vishalaestro said:
because of tight budget the money is mainly on for gpu and processor..psu is corsair 650tx..corsair value select 4gb..i want to know whether i52500 is a bottleneck for gtx 570

the i5 wouldnt bottleneck a 570
im just wondering why didnt you buy a 2500k and a p67 instead?
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August 28, 2011 3:01:06 AM

like i said ..budget tight customer..i will not use dual gpu so why i want to buy a p67 mobo and overclock it i dont want it buy a k series processor..
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September 11, 2011 9:51:08 PM

vishalaestro said:
like i said ..budget tight customer..i will not use dual gpu so why i want to buy a p67 mobo and overclock it i dont want it buy a k series processor..

in that case then why the 2500 as the 2400 and the 2300 is cheaper and is only a titchy bit slower
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September 11, 2011 10:36:15 PM

If your gunna buy an i5 2500 and a GTX 570, your budget isnt that tight :p 

if I were you, id 100% save another £30 and buy a K+p67
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September 12, 2011 4:48:54 PM

Gallarian said:
If your gunna buy an i5 2500 and a GTX 570, your budget isnt that tight :p 

if I were you, id 100% save another £30 and buy a K+p67

true, but since the op isnt gonna overclock then there is no point getting the 2500 unless its more or less the same price of the cheaper model like the 2300
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September 13, 2011 2:43:02 PM

megadelayed said:
in that case then why the 2500 as the 2400 and the 2300 is cheaper and is only a titchy bit slower

i5 2400 is 3.1ghz.i5 2300 is 2.9ghz.and i5 2500i is 3.3ghz..clock differs.0.3ghz is a lot for me..
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September 13, 2011 2:48:00 PM

megadelayed said:
true, but since the op isnt gonna overclock then there is no point getting the 2500 unless its more or less the same price of the cheaper model like the 2300

if i go for a p67 i should buy a good cooler ..then i should buy a good p67 mobo and important a good psu this will cost me a 100$..so why to invest money which i dont actually interested in..i think that i5 2500 will run everything fine for my 1600x900 res
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September 13, 2011 2:52:23 PM

if still the budget doesnt suit me i will go for gtx 560 or gtx 560ti
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September 13, 2011 4:02:15 PM

Reasons for selecting a chipset:

-H67 Choice the H67 chipset based board if you are looking for a general purpose board with the ability to use the IGP (Intergraded Graphics on Processor) even if only for backup graphics, also no plans to overclock.

-P67 Choice the P67 if you have no plans to ever use the IGP. This chipset is generally in a performance oriented board (good gaming board). This board will allow you to overclock the core clock speed of the unlocked “K” 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors.

-Z68 This board combines the best of the H67 and the P67 to give you an outstanding board with a couple additional features. The board comes with Intel SRT (Smart Response Technology) otherwise known as SSD caching. Also with the support for the IGP and the Lucidlogix Virtu software system can switch from your dedicated video card to the Intel Quick Sync to give you the best overall performance for your application. Also most of these boards allow overclocking of the board the IGP and core clock speed of the unlocked “K” processors.

Christian Wood
Intel Enthusiast Team
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September 13, 2011 5:53:09 PM

vishalaestro said:
if i go for a p67 i should buy a good cooler ..then i should buy a good p67 mobo and important a good psu this will cost me a 100$..so why to invest money which i dont actually interested in..i think that i5 2500 will run everything fine for my 1600x900 res

even the 2300 is very good and you will only notice 10% improvement max due to the clock speed as the 3.3 is approximately 15% higher than 2.8 in this case a i5 2300/2310/2320/2400 with a h61(or a h67 if you need sata 3, raid, AHCI and the ability to oc your igp) and you will save money while still getting good performance
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September 14, 2011 2:45:52 PM

megadelayed said:
even the 2300 is very good and you will only notice 10% improvement max due to the clock speed as the 3.3 is approximately 15% higher than 2.8 in this case a i5 2300/2310/2320/2400 with a h61(or a h67 if you need sata 3, raid, AHCI and the ability to oc your igp) and you will save money while still getting good performance

im going to h67 for only usb 3 performance
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September 14, 2011 2:49:35 PM

IntelEnthusiast said:
Reasons for selecting a chipset:

-H67 Choice the H67 chipset based board if you are looking for a general purpose board with the ability to use the IGP (Intergraded Graphics on Processor) even if only for backup graphics, also no plans to overclock.

-P67 Choice the P67 if you have no plans to ever use the IGP. This chipset is generally in a performance oriented board (good gaming board). This board will allow you to overclock the core clock speed of the unlocked “K” 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors.

-Z68 This board combines the best of the H67 and the P67 to give you an outstanding board with a couple additional features. The board comes with Intel SRT (Smart Response Technology) otherwise known as SSD caching. Also with the support for the IGP and the Lucidlogix Virtu software system can switch from your dedicated video card to the Intel Quick Sync to give you the best overall performance for your application. Also most of these boards allow overclocking of the board the IGP and core clock speed of the unlocked “K” processors.

Christian Wood
Intel Enthusiast Team
im going to buy the cpu from 3-4 months from now..should i wait for ivy bridge or go for a i5 2500k and a good p67 board like asrock p67pro3 or z68 board with gtx 570..tell me a good z68 board which has a great stability after overclocking..
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September 14, 2011 4:29:30 PM

vishalaestro said:
im going to h67 for only usb 3 performance

in that case you dont need a specific chipset then just check the motherboard info for usb 3 support as there a h61's with usb3 and i think there are the more expensive z68's that dont. usb 3 is just a selling point that the mobo manufacturers add as the 6 series motherboard does not officially support sandy bridge and its all just a added usb 3 controller to give you support thats all
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September 14, 2011 4:33:34 PM

vishalaestro said:
im going to buy the cpu from 3-4 months from now..should i wait for ivy bridge or go for a i5 2500k and a good p67 board like asrock p67pro3 or z68 board with gtx 570..tell me a good z68 board which has a great stability after overclocking..

it depends as you can wait if you want as there are benefits like the wider range of cpus and sandy bridge prices will drop but if you really need a computer now then there is nothing wrong with it, from the info available now, the new ivy bridge cpus and motherboards are going to be compatible with the sandy bridge parts so you can upgrade to ivy when you need. as for the z68 if you want to use lucrid virtu or smart response while still be able to overclock then it might be worth considering as if you dont need the igp or smart response then the p67 will do fine
as for a good z68 board can you tell me hpw much you are willing to spend on it
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January 2, 2012 2:20:08 PM

IntelEnthusiast said:
Reasons for selecting a chipset:

-H67 Choice the H67 chipset based board if you are looking for a general purpose board with the ability to use the IGP (Intergraded Graphics on Processor) even if only for backup graphics, also no plans to overclock.

-P67 Choice the P67 if you have no plans to ever use the IGP. This chipset is generally in a performance oriented board (good gaming board). This board will allow you to overclock the core clock speed of the unlocked “K” 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors.

-Z68 This board combines the best of the H67 and the P67 to give you an outstanding board with a couple additional features. The board comes with Intel SRT (Smart Response Technology) otherwise known as SSD caching. Also with the support for the IGP and the Lucidlogix Virtu software system can switch from your dedicated video card to the Intel Quick Sync to give you the best overall performance for your application. Also most of these boards allow overclocking of the board the IGP and core clock speed of the unlocked “K” processors.

Christian Wood
Intel Enthusiast Team



But doesnt Asus manufacture H67 mobos with overclocking features ?
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