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Core i3+Radeon HD 7750 or Core i5 3570k?

Please excuse my ignorance, but, which would be better, overall, both on a Z77 mobo...strictly on performance? Thanks!!!
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  1. what is the use of this setup?
  2. Better for what internet browsing?
  3. You Wont get the Computing performance of the i5 with an i3

    But when the i3 + 7750 performance in games is not at all comparable with the Intel HD 4000 Graphics

    i'll tell you Intel HD 4000 = ati 6450


    IF you want Gaming then go for i3 + 7750 or otherwise get the i5 for a faster experience
  4. imranfarid99 said:
    You Wont get the Computing performance of the i5 with an i3

    But when the i3 + 7750 performance in games is not at all comparable with the Intel HD 4000 Graphics

    i'll tell you Intel HD 4000 = ati 6450


    IF you want Gaming then go for i3 + 7750 or otherwise get the i5 for a faster experience

    That has nothing to do with anything. :pfff:
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    Ivy Bridge Core i3 CPUs are not out yet so if you install a Sandy Bridge i3 CPU in a Z77 motherboard, then just aware that the PCI-e 3.0 slot will operate in PCI-e 2.0 mode. Not a big deal yet since so single video card currently out can max out a PCI-e 2.0 slot's bandwidth.

    If the choice is between #1 - Core i3 + Radeon HD 7750 and #2 - Core i5-3570k using only the integrated Intel HD 4000, then #1 will provide you with better performance in games.

    The Intel HD 4000 is about as powerful as a Radeon HD 5550 or HD 6450... so it is slightly slower than a Radeon HD 7750.
  6. jaguarskx said:
    Ivy Bridge Core i3 CPUs are not out yet so if you install a Sandy Bridge i3 CPU in a Z77 motherboard, then just aware that the PCI-e 3.0 slot will operate in PCI-e 2.0 mode. Not a big deal yet since so single video card currently out can max out a PCI-e 2.0 slot's bandwidth.

    If the choice is between #1 - Core i3 + Radeon HD 7750 and #2 - Core i5-3570k using only the integrated Intel HD 4000, then #1 will provide you with better performance in games.

    The Intel HD 4000 is about as powerful as a Radeon HD 5550 or HD 6450... so it is slightly slower than a Radeon HD 7750.



    Hey, Thanks! That answers my rather rather vague question. Appreciate it!
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