Core i5-4570 3.2GHz
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Core i5-4570 3.2GHz Review
Core i5-4570 3.2GHz is a performance CPU based on the 22nm, Haswell architecture.

It offers 4 Physical Cores (4 Logical), initially clocked at 3.2GHz, which may go up to 3.6GHz and 6MB of L3 Cache.
Among its many features, Turbo Boost and Virtualization are activated.

The processor integrates powerful Graphics called Intel HD Graphics 4600, with 20 Execution Units, initially clocked at 350MHz and that go up to 1150MHz, in Turbo Mode which share the L2 Cache and system RAM with the processor.
Both the processor and integrated graphics have a rated board TDP of 84W.

Its performance is very good and sufficient for extreme gaming.
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3.2 GHz
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4 cores
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22nm
LGA 1150
64 Bit
73°C
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32GB
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RaccoonHat
20:31 Sep-03-2014
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is it a good option combining that cpu with an asrock fatality z87 and an r9 270x?

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RaccoonHat
20:35 Sep-03-2014
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it's asrock fatality h87 my bad

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icobg98
15:18 Sep-04-2014
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go for it man and have fun :) and dont forget ull need atleast 500W psu

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RaccoonHat
03:52 Sep-05-2014
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Thanks man i will have a 600 watts instead

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Miha99
22:58 Sep-07-2014
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Great combo :)

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JawlessPython04
09:16 Jun-22-2014
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can i use this CPU with Dell 0X501H motherboard?

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jam764
03:38 Jun-24-2014
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Should I buy this to upgrade my desktop or save my money and spend it on a wii u and MK8

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JawlessPython04
15:26 Jun-24-2014
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i prefer buying this or if you have the money buy an i7 3770K or the i7 4770 and then you will have the future to upgrade the GPU as well

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jeffreygeurts
11:47 Jun-08-2014
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pls help what should i choose ? 1: i5 4670 (no k) , gtx 760
2 : i5 4570 , r9 280x??

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quadcore
11:51 Jun-09-2014
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I5 4570 and r9 280x

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ollieogunera
13:46 Aug-28-2014
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i5 4570 with an R9 280X just like mine :D
im very happy with this set-up run well on ultra on almost all games

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kilrsquirel79
01:48 May-14-2014
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can someone explain why this is better than the fx-6300? i know intel cores are more powerful than amd, but when comparing the 2, the FX cpu has the advantage in every spec besides heat. i just dont understand

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Ziggz91
16:31 May-15-2014
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To be honest when i look at benchmarks for some games i5 blows away even 8350 but here it shows its 20% (?)…so i dont really understand THAT.
And i dont really know where did u see that 6300 has the advantage over i5… in anything

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daja1234
15:51 Apr-23-2014
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Should I upgrade?

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EnforceR
10:07 Apr-24-2014
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If you already have the FX-6300 dont do it.If you are building a Rig go for the i5 because he is better but NOTICE that the i5 isnt -K version so you cant overclock him.

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xifinx
18:04 May-06-2014
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You better upgrade your gpu to gtx 760/770 or radeon r9 270x/280x atleast dont worry about cpu for many years

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punger
11:07 Apr-20-2014
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Is my GPU bottlenecking this in any way

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Lolisher
15:33 May-06-2014
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Seems fine to me :)

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MrAssassin1990
17:49 Apr-05-2014
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This one vs FX8350..which one should i take?

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Spongy141
22:06 Apr-05-2014
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FX 8350

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vipra123
02:38 Mar-05-2014
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Will I get good performance if I upgrade to this processor?

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TheLordx7
10:43 Mar-05-2014
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yes, alot.

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reefer14
20:31 Feb-28-2014
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Will this be good enough for gaming e.g. BF4 on ultra ? It's a gift to my nephew

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TheLordx7
20:41 Feb-28-2014
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Indeed it will be. This thing can run BF4 on ultra like nothing! ;)

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Spongy141
02:29 Apr-02-2014
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Holy crap, hows that bottleneck?

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