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I understand that this isnt fair match up but i was going to upgrade to one of them mainly for gaming and "future proofing". I know games dont utilize all the proccessing power but i really think that after new consoles games will improve in that regard.
Ive geard that bf3 is pretty good at multitasking and using 6 cores? Is it a decent jump from going to 3570k to 3770k because of hp? If so then if that the same with 3770k vs 3930x.
I was looking to find bf3 benches to compare those cpus but just couldnt find them.. If you can please let me know.
I may add that i will wait when haswell comes out and buy it if its good... But the question really doesnt matter since haswells line up is going to be the same.
Edited by Zvejniex - 4/23/13 at 3:31am
 
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post #2 of 19
Stick it out till Haswell. Wait a few more months and then decide.

If you're dead set on upgrading now, then your budget is entirely relevant. For future proofing, of the 3, then of course get the Hex-core ... unless you're working to a budget. Then, you're better off getting a 3770k and dumping a little extra into GPU's.

Really, there's somewhere between one and two hundred million threads about this question on here and other forums. Unless you have a specific, detailed situation from budget, intended uses/programs/games, current hardware, cooling method, etc etc then you should be fine googling.
 
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Can yu find a bf 3 benchmark where all of these 3 cpus are comoared? I know hexa is going ti kill thise two in multitasjing programs but do games that support more cores get the same boost? And does hp benefit if 3770k is 4 cores with hp and the game supports 6 im guessing yes but how much?
 
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post #4 of 19
Games are less cpu related. You wont see any difference in gaming.
What you want is a good gpu.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Core_i5_3570K_and_i7_3770K_Comparison/8.html
post #5 of 19
Are you seriously begging other people to find benchmarks for you? Google mate, do your own work thumb.gif

This is what google is for.

From all of my reading, you will get a slight boost in fps with the 3770k in BF3 multiplayer, and if you're running more than one GPU, then you'll see more even frames. The 3570k will more than suffice though, with only very slight improvements for the higher CPU's, especially if the 3570 is overclocked.

The extra cores of the Hex-core are almost irrelevant in 99% of gaming environments. This CPU would be for productivity mostly ... or, of course, multi-GPU setups and FUTURE PROOFING, which is something you mentioned. You most likely won't see massive gains now, but in three years, the 3930k will fare much better than a 3770k, I'm guessing.
 
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I cant comment on all 3 but I do notice when playing bf3 it pegs my 3570k at 100% cpu usage
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post #7 of 19
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Im not begging for benchmarks i wanted to know your opinion on these cpus.. And if by chance you know a benchmark and can backup your facts that would be great.
 
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post #8 of 19
I remembered that overclockersclub always compare processors from all platforms.
http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/intel_corei7_3770k/
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Yeah, but it's like coming onto a forum and asking for evidence of evolution, in the sense that it's all out there in EXTREMELY accessible fashion, if you're prepared to look for it. The fact that you're not speaks volumes.

Again, Battlefield 3 multiplayer will react vastly differently to single player, and most of the hardware review testing sites will only show single-player, since the environment is repeatable thus testable.

http://techreport.com/review/23246/inside-the-second-gaming-performance-with-today-cpus/6

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2011/11/10/battlefield-3-technical-analysis/7

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-3-graphics-performance,3063-13.html

http://www.techspot.com/review/458-battlefield-3-performance/page7.html

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/battlefield_3_vga_and_cpu_performance_benchmark_test,3.html

The multiplayer environment is MUCH more taxing on the CPU, and it will play a larger role. I can't find with a quick look any major hardware reviews which show this, but I've seen accounts of the 3770k helping by a small amount (~10%) over the 3570k at the same clock speeds. One can assume the 3930k would stream away in this setting.

Also, as I previously stated, the number of GPU's in play WILL make a definitive difference to the answer given.

There you go ... some of your work done for you.
 
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And again, if your focus is on future proofing, then the next gen consoles will all be x86 coded and multithreaded, meaning, you should at least go with the 3770k if you want to have a shot at "future-proof", but if you've got the money to spare ... again, as previously stated ... then the 3930k is the only *real* option for longevity.

Oh, and this:



http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2270271


And I also found this:

http://hardforum.com/archive/index.php/t-1654043.html

That was pretty damned easy, btw rolleyes.gif
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