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Should I get 4770k vs 4770?

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I am mainly going to be using my system for 3D CAD, using software like solidworks and solid edge. I will also be using the adobe suite a lot. What would be better for me? an overclocked 4770k or a hyper threaded 4770?
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Do you mean a 4670K or a 4770? Cuz the 4770k and the 4770 are both hyper threaded
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This is overclock.net. Go with the 4770k and oc that beast! All in the pursuit of performance thumb.gif
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4770k is on the way smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chucker View Post

4770k is on the way smile.gif

Good man! There are some good guides on this forum for overclocking with haswell. Read up on the official haswell oc thread and post results!
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post #6 of 7
Depending on your budget there's the option to get extreme versions with more threads for work like CAD and rendering, but you won't go wrong with a 4770k eitherway, good luck!
Hope you get a good batch (:
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4770K by a mile thumb.gif
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