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cpu i5 3570k I ufound that is specific for overclock

which has advantages compared to the i5 3570 version?

I need for work in 3ds and other programs 3D;
with overclcok which are the improves performance (more fast 10-20-30%)?
is complicated to overclock?

I found that is necessary good heatsink, I thought at mugen 3,
is necessary specific thermal paste or is sufficient that of the heat sink?
are necessary specific another hardware?
I thought a Z77 asrock board, I know that ther are better Mb, but this limits the performance?
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AsRock Z77 Extreme 4 sucks so don't buy that.
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The 3570K is unlocked which means you can overclock it further than the 3570. Although if you're doing 3D work I would look at the 3770K instead which will perform much better. On an Ivy Bridge chip you can expect at least a 20% increase in performance once it's overclocked providing you have a decent enough cooler which the Mugen 3 is.

Overclocking is very simple and there are plenty of guides here on OCN. The thermal paste that comes with the cooler is fine.

If you want a good overclocking board but don't want to break the bank here are some options:

Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H
Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
ASRock Z77 Extreme 6
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post #4 of 33
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Originally Posted by anv1 View Post

question by newbie
cpu i5 3570k I ufound that is specific for overclock

which has advantages compared to the i5 3570 version?

I need for work in 3ds and other programs 3D;
with overclcok which are the improves performance (more fast 10-20-30%)?
is complicated to overclock?

I found that is necessary good heatsink, I thought at mugen 3,
is necessary specific thermal paste or is sufficient that of the heat sink?
are necessary specific another hardware?
I thought a Z77 asrock board, I know that ther are better Mb, but this limits the performance?

One word: Piledriver

Namely the FX-8320 / 8350. Both will match (Or come damn close to) the i7-3770K in those tasks thus easily ousting the i5-3570K.

But if you choose to go with Intel, the i5-3570K simply is unlocked allowing you to easily push its clock speed an extra ~20-25% with any decent air or closed loop cooler. Locked 3570 can be overclocked but is limited to the base clock. Overclocking the base clock should be done with care as it can cause corruption of other devices. Hope this helped.
Edited by Bruennis - 2/8/13 at 8:07am
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One word: Piledriver

Namely the FX-8320 / 8350. Both will match (Or come damn close to) the i7-3770K in those tasks thus easily ousting the i5-3570K.

But if you choose to go with Intel, the i5-3570K simply is unlocked allowing you to easily push its clock speed an extra ~20-25% with any decent air or closed loop cooler. Locked 3570 can be overclocked but is limited to the base clock. Overclocking the base clock should be done with care as it can cause corruption of other devices. Hope this helped.

what this guy said. If you're on a budget, or pinching some pennies, just get the new 8320/8350. There's really no reason not to. Unless you play skyrim or starcraft 2 lol
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post #6 of 33
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@stige
really I intend the ASRock Z77 Pro3

I know isn't a powerful board but is ok for i53570k or there are limits?

regards amd fx 8320 8350 interesting
but have same performance in graphics application?

I ask because I will use a graphic card sapphire 7950 that have
PCI Express 3.0
delivers double the bandwidth per lane of PCIe Gen 2 for faster GPU
(GPU communication-up to 16GB/sec in each direction),
maximizing the performance from your GPU when paired with the latest platforms.

and ok with z77 pro 3 that have
- 1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot (PCIE2: x16 mode)
but is necassary this
*PCIe Gen3 is supported on 3rd Generation of Intel® Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 CPUs.

so i5 work with PCI Express Revision 3.0

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other curiosity
the 8320 is 125 watt while i5 77 watt; are both 22nm technolgy?
but i5 3570k in clock is same watt?
amd heats more ?

whic board for amd ?
and mugen 3 is necessary see that not does oc with fx amd?
Edited by anv1 - 2/8/13 at 11:39am
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other curiosity
the 8320 is 125 watt while i5 77 watt; are both 22nm technolgy?
but i5 3570k in clock is same watt?
amd heats more ?

whic board for amd ?
and mugen 3 is necessary see that not does oc with fx amd?

The high end AMD chips perform close to the intel chips in gaming but intel usually comes out on top. The AMD chip is 32nm. For overclocking with an unlocked AMD chip you need a decent AM3+ mobo. Both chips are good. The intel ivy chips probably run hotter but they put out less heat overall.
Edited by Backwoods166 - 2/8/13 at 1:17pm
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AsRock Z77 Extreme 4 sucks so don't buy that.
It isnt too bad, i mean it would of been better now that i have owned it for a while but it works fine here and i got no complaints really.
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AsRock Z77 Extreme 4 sucks so don't buy that.

You get your 2500k to 5.1GHz and it sucks? Sound logic. Most people on this forum enjoy theirs. Don't see how you can make a statement like that without elaborating why it "sucks."
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But if you choose to go with Intel, the i5-3570K simply is unlocked allowing you to easily push its clock speed an extra ~20-25% with any decent air or closed loop cooler. Locked 3570 can be overclocked but is limited to the base clock. Overclocking the base clock should be done with care as it can cause corruption of other devices. Hope this helped.

False. I have the i5 3470 (it was almost $50 cheaper than the 3570k due to a coupon) and with my z77, I can increase the multiplier, just not by as much as the 3570k. My 3470 is at the max oc allowed by the board, without changing the base clock. That is 3.8ghz (4ghz with turbo). It's a special feature on the z77 boards, they can oc non K chips. However, unless you are getting a great deal, I would go for the K. For me, it was worth saving $50. If it was like $10-$20, I would have paid the difference.
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