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December 6, 2012 3:57:28 PM

i dont need to overclock, just a nominal gamer.

is stock fan enough for me or i need an additional cooler.

i dont want to damage mobo or the cpu.or any other part

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December 6, 2012 4:10:53 PM

If you're not going to overclock there's no point in purchasing a 3570K. Get the 3470 and H77 instead and save some money there. There will be no damage installing an aftermarket cooler.
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December 6, 2012 4:18:45 PM

i want it to be the best. 3570k would be good for future use also.

i want to spend once only. so tell me if i go with this one would the stock cooler work well for me.

or there is a need to spend few extra bucks for a cooler

else convince me for the 3470
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December 6, 2012 4:25:20 PM

They would not include a heatsink that would hurt your hardware at stock settings. If you overclock, I would replace it. Otherwise, you are fine.
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December 6, 2012 4:32:12 PM

i m going with the ud3h/extreme 4 z77.
so being a overclocking mobo +cpu,will the stock settings be affected.
will stock cooler be sufficient in that sense
thanks for your previous reply
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December 6, 2012 4:34:03 PM

An auto overclocking mobo will not overclock by deafult. You have to tell it to.
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December 6, 2012 4:34:34 PM

deepanshumunjal said:
i want it to be the best. 3570k would be good for future use also.

i want to spend once only. so tell me if i go with this one would the stock cooler work well for me.

or there is a need to spend few extra bucks for a cooler

else convince me for the 3470


3470: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
3570K: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Compare the differences, essentially they are a 200MHz clock diff (3.2/3.6 vs. 3.4/3.8GHz), the ability to overclock (non-K vs. K), and the on-die graphics (2500 vs. 4000). For $15 (currently $199 vs. $214.99 on newegg), I would say it's worth the 200MHz, but that's your call. I own the 3570K and have it overclocked to 4.6GHz, with a Corsair H70 cooler. Even if you aren't going to overclock, its a very nice chip, and the $15 difference is negligible at this price-point. If you don't care about the $15, get the 3570K, you don't need an aftermarket cooler unless you're going to overclock (and for $15 having the option to overclock in the future even if you DON'T plan to, is more than enough to warrant the difference, ON TOP of the base speed diff.). Just my 2 cents.
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December 6, 2012 4:37:32 PM

those were some best responses i got.
thank you @tirvon@flexxar
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December 7, 2012 5:01:55 AM

g-unit1111 said:
If you're not going to overclock there's no point in purchasing a 3570K. Get the 3470 and H77 instead and save some money there. There will be no damage installing an aftermarket cooler.


do you agree with the result i found. asked you coz you r more experienced
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December 7, 2012 2:10:14 PM

Which result are you leaning towards? As I said, personally I would get the 3570K even if I wasn't overclocking just for the slightly higher stock speed, and the unlocked multiplier for possible future use. If $15 is a make or break amount for you, then get the 3470. The 3570K will still work with the H77 mobo, but as far as future flexibility goes, it again comes down to whether you are thinking of upgrading/overclocking in the future, or just want something that will stay the same as when you built it.
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December 8, 2012 11:44:17 AM

the guy did not reply after his first post. so i wanted him to join too.

everything has been decided except the cabinet.
i m trying for cm 690 ii advanced.

or any case would work as the vendor told me.??
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