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I can't see myself upgrading from my i5 2500K @ 4.2Ghz, unless it was for extra cores like the i7 2600K or 2700K. The only thing I'm in need of is a better GPU. Maybe late next year (2013) from a PC Gamer point of view.
Edited by jameschisholm - 12/27/12 at 4:16am
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Money is ready biggrin.gif:D:D
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I can't be bothered waiting any more, should I just go and buy a 3570K?
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will it have the same socket?
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I can't be bothered waiting any more, should I just go and buy a 3570K?

Personally, I'd go with a 3770K. At many places, on sale, the difference in price between a 3570K and a 3770K is only $40. If your money is that tight that you have to worry about $40, then going for a Haswell is going to be pointless because the price difference between a 3770K and motherboard and even a 4570K and motherboard will be WAY more than $40 (because it's new, and new is ALWAYS more expensive).

So if were me, I'd spend the extra $40, get the 8 cores as opposed to 4. Even if you don't use them now (which you always will, even for gaming, even if the game itself doesn't use them, odds are your operating system and other programs you may run while gaming ... life a browser or voice chat or what ever ... will), as games advance, they WILL take advantage of more and more cores.

My 2 cents.

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will it have the same socket?

Haswell? Nope. Different socket.

But as far as the 3570K and 3770K ... same socket.

Which is why I'd go with the 3770K over 3570K, same motherboard for either ... for only $40 more. $40 more, double the core.
Edited by 47 Knucklehead - 12/27/12 at 10:57am
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will it have the same socket?

Haswell is on LGA1150
 
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Personally, I'd go with a 3770K. At many places, on sale, the difference in price between a 3570K and a 3770K is only $40. If your money is that tight that you have to worry about $40, then going for a Haswell is going to be pointless because the price difference between a 3770K and motherboard and even a 4570K and motherboard will be WAY more than $40 (because it's new, and new is ALWAYS more expensive).
So if were me, I'd spend the extra $40, get the 8 cores as opposed to 4. Even if you don't use them now (which you always will, even for gaming, even if the game itself doesn't use them, odds are your operating system and other programs you may run while gaming ... life a browser or voice chat or what ever ... will), as games advance, they WILL take advantage of more and more cores.
My 2 cents.
Haswell? Nope. Different socket.
But as far as the 3570K and 3770K ... same socket.
Which is why I'd go with the 3770K over 3570K, same motherboard for either ... for only $40 more. $40 more, double the core.

You mean double the threads? 3770k is not twice as fast as the 3570. Its about 20% with SMT
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You mean double the threads? 3770k is not twice as fast as the 3570. Its about 20% with SMT

Sorry, yes. The 3570K has 4 cores as does the 3770K, it's just that the 3770K has hyper-threading so you get 8 threads (2 per core) instead of the 1 per core on the 3570K.
post #59 of 86
I thought Intel was going BGA with their sockets?
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I would go ahead and buy an Ivy i5/i7, but I'm done with discrete cards and think it'd be really cool to have a tiny powerhouse with good integrated graphics. I'd go with a 5800k but the processing power is still crap, and the graphics are nothing too jump up and down about. If Haswell still isn't that great, perhaps AMD's next APU will be smile.gif
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