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Poll Results: What CPU to get?

 
  • 22% (15)
    Intel i5 2500K
  • 23% (16)
    Intel i5 3570K
  • 53% (36)
    Intel i5 4670K
67 Total Votes  
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I just don't want to go AMD.
I tried to tell you that Haswell isn't the clear cut choice but because a few noobies on some thread said so you thought I was crazy huh..?
rolleyes.gif
Well it's only a few percentages faster and hotter... still unsure weather to go Ivy or Haswell.
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post #62 of 63
1. Set a budget that prioritizes gpu.
2. Figure out what you have left for Mobo and cpu.
3. Buy the newest tech that budget allows.
post #63 of 63
Upcoming Intel 9-Series Chipsets May Not Support Current Haswell CPUs due to differences in electrics,
it appears that Intel might have compatibility between its upcoming 9-series chipsets and current 'Haswell' processors.

A report from VR-Zone indicates that the upcoming 'Broadwell' CPUs might have problems working on the current 8-series chipsets,
as will the 9-chipset have trouble supporting the current 'Haswell' processors. This is particularly interesting because following Intel's tick-tock release cycle,
according to the report, both of the platforms will share the LGA1150 socket.
Earlier rumors and reports indicated that Intel's upcoming 'Broadwell' CPUs would feature a BGA socket, not an LGA socket.

The problems with backwards and forwards compatibility are being blamed on differences in the electrical connections,
particularly with regard to power distribution throughout the chipset and motherboard.

While this rumor might be moderately concerning, Intel has planned to roll out a new series of refreshed 'Haswell' processors in the future.
This is also a disturbance in the tick-tock release cycle. Expected changes include features that are catered more towards the feature set of the 9-series chipsets,
with new features such as SATA express, and a very limited number of reports are indicating DDR4 support.
From the report, we can also conclude that the 9-series chipset is catered to not only the 'Haswell' refresh CPUs or the 'Broadwell' CPUs, but rather to both.

http://vr-zone.com/articles/intels-9-series-will-support-broadwell/53203.html
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