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post #11 of 16
Get Haswell, even if it is only for the possibility of getting a refreshed set of CPUs with the same 1150 socket.

About GPU : Doesnt EVGA come with a step-up program? If so, then you can use it to upgrade to a 770/780 later.
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Let me explain my situation. My dad is at russia and i decided to buy a new pc because i had enough with 5-3fps on most games with lowest possible settings (ye i do play at that fps, completed several games at that fps lolol) So i saw at russia the prices are much much much lower than here so i asked my dad if he can bring it he said sure. Right now the site is Regard.ru which is really slow with GPU's but fast with proccessors and mobos (when i saw slow or fast means how fast they bring it.) They got Haswell like 1-3 days after release but gtx 770 only 2 models till now, Palit :l. I've been researching about computers since late april. Since my dad goes to russia alot warranty shouldn't be a problem. It will be around 2-3 years till i upgrade the PC im getting. Is it worth getting the 3570k if im upgrading after 2-3 years or just get the 4670k. Thanks, Im kinda leaning towards 4670k biggrin.gif
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Let me explain my situation. My dad is at russia and i decided to buy a new pc because i had enough with 5-3fps on most games with lowest possible settings (ye i do play at that fps, completed several games at that fps lolol) So i saw at russia the prices are much much much lower than here so i asked my dad if he can bring it he said sure. Right now the site is Regard.ru which is really slow with GPU's but fast with proccessors and mobos (when i saw slow or fast means how fast they bring it.) They got Haswell like 1-3 days after release but gtx 770 only 2 models till now, Palit :l. I've been researching about computers since late april. Since my dad goes to russia alot warranty shouldn't be a problem. It will be around 2-3 years till i upgrade the PC im getting. Is it worth getting the 3570k if im upgrading after 2-3 years or just get the 4670k. Thanks, Im kinda leaning towards 4670k biggrin.gif

4670k for sure as previously mentioned, in that case just get a reference Palit one as they're all the same physical cards apart from the stickers.
 
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Keep in mind that, depending on the software you use, AMD GPUs are sometimes better than Nvidia for rendering/computational purposes.
    
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Keep in mind that, depending on the software you use, AMD GPUs are sometimes better than Nvidia for rendering/computational purposes.

I'm not gonna do hardcore rendering, i'm just gonna upload like 10 minute 720p videos every day. I feel much more comfortable using/buying nvidia also physx and txaa or fxaa w/e thats called makes games look slightly better. Also the kepler gpu's use muuuch less power than amd. Thanks though
post #16 of 16
its not really worth upgrading from a i5 3570K to i5 4670K but since you have a duo core and you can spend the G's on the haswell why not. ( not to much difference on haswell thats why i skip it , not worth it for me atleast )
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