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Old 02-08-2014, 10:37 AM   #1
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Default deadline almost here

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2PsxC

just like me no cpu braindead. I know the evo cooler is not greatest but many many good review. and I choose xfx psu 750 over 650.
anyways I think this is all safe to buy as im not sure on cpu yet. new cpus in june from broadwell 8core ddr4 blah blah blah right guys.
after I buy this stoof I will have 100 cash saved for brain w/e it is.

4670k
4570
xeon e3 1230
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Of those 3 CPU's i would go with the 4670k.
Overclockable and very powerful. It does ofcause cost more then the 4570K, And therefor you have to make a decision if you want to spend that extra money to get hyper threading. Those 2 CPU's are very similar. only real difference is HT
What kind of work are you gonna put on your CPU?
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Old 02-09-2014, 11:37 AM   #3
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just games but what about the bigger cache
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Ohhh. i can see i have made a mistake here.
I mistaked the 4670k for the 4770k (which is a core i7)
sorry about that.

2mb cache is not much to worry about.
I would go with the 4570. It's cheaper and has plenty of power for gaming.
Gaming is much more GPU depended. As long the CPU can keep up with the GPU, then the FPS is all about the GPU.

If you however are just a little interested in overclocking and gaining free performance, then you should go with the 4670K.
It's not much more expensive.
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