Core i5-3570 3.4GHz
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Core i5-3570 3.4GHz Game Requirement Analysis

Core i5-3570 3.4GHz is a performance CPU based on the 22nm, Ivy Bridge architecture.


It offers 4 Physical Cores (4 Logical), initially clocked at 3.4GHz, which may go up to 3.8GHz and 6MB of L3 Cache.
Among its many features, Turbo Boost and Virtualization are activated and the processor has multiplier unlocked.


The processor integrates relatively weak Graphics called Intel HD Graphics 2500, with 6 Execution Units, initially clocked at 650MHz 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 77W.


Compared to Core i7-2500 there's an overall 9% performance boost. Its performance is very good and sufficient for extreme gaming.


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TokiyoDrift's Rig
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hello.
im upgrading my i3 to i5 3570.
is i3 (stock) cooler enough for i5?

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Stock cooler will be enough. Especially when you have the S version with only 65W, and you do not have the "oc chipset" so you will not be able to overclock it :-) Of course it all depends on your case airflow, but that is different thing…

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thanks, i have the S version :)

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this CPU is a good upgrade from mine or is better upgrade GPU first?

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hey.is it big difference i5-3570 and i7-3770 for new games?
if so, how much fps difference ?

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depends normally games still dont use that efficient HT from i7 but some can allready use there shines i7 also dx 12 to comes will use more efficient cpu then dx 11 so id say its worth spending little more for i7

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thanks

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I'm thinking of upgrading from GTX 770 to GTX 980, but along with that I should probably change my CPU so that I don't have a bottleneck. This looks like the best option for my LGA 1155 socket motherboard, so is it worth upgrading from i5 3350P to i5 3570?

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Personally I think an i7 will be a better option. I went from 2600k to 5820k and noticed big improvment with my 780ti ;)

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I would love to go for something more powerful like the i7 5820k, but the problem is that it uses a different socket (my motherboard uses LGA 1155, whilst your CPU uses LGA 2011-3). After some research, I think the i7 3770 is actually a better choice than the i5 3570. Thanks for your answer anyway. :)

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Yes the i7 3770 sounds like a great choice bro :) Do you have any cooling system for overclocking? If you do; you should stick with the 3770k, as it is unlocked for overclocking ;)

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Unfortunately, I just have some stock air cooling with a few fans. Besides, I have zero experience with overclocking. I know it's the best option to get the most out of your money, but I'd rather not risk breaking anything since you have to consider many factors like the increased wattage and temperatures as you mentioned. Thanks for your replies here and elsewhere. :)

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I OCed my CPU from 3.6 to 4.2 without increasing voltage, but then again my CPU has a pretty high stock wattage. But I really get your point, overclocking can be very risky when done wrong, or with the wrong equipment. Also, a cooling system are more expensive than running stock cooler, so overclocking aren't necressary unless your mobo can't offer any higher-end CPU, if you get my point there.

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A good cooling can cost anything from 200$ and higher, so in other words that money might be better spent on a better CPU :)

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very good cpu and it isn't very expensive,better than amd fx8350.Furthermore,it isn't unlocked cpu but you can go until 4,3ghz with z77 motherboard,you can go multiplier x42 or x43 and it has got go to 4,3gzh and the cpu hasn't high oC

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Hey guys, i wan t a new CPU, i found some CPUs at second hand,and i wan t too see u re opinion guys, ok this are the CPUs:
i5 3570 140euros-157usd(dollars)
i5 3570k 153euros-171usd
i7 2600 167euros-187usd
i5 4590s + mobo 174euros-195usd

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Any big performance difference between this and 3470?

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Just clock i5 3470 to 5% and it will be exactly the same as i5 3570..
Difference is only 200MHz, so it's not very noticeable. Let's say it adds 2fps more in certain games.. :-)

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if that but i totally agree :)

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does the asus P8H67m-PRo support this CPU ?

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If it's the Rev. 3.0 model it should have built in support. If not, you may have to get a BIOS update for the motherboard.

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i just checked the motherboard and it is indeed a Rev 3.0 model the New H67 B3 Revision Fute Intel Ready 22 NM CPU

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Is this processor worth the upgrade from my current one?
What do you guys say?

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No, it's not worth upgrading . Better look for i7 series

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no its not if anything youd be better to spend money on a new gpu now im saying that cause its more worth while your 760 is good but performance wise if you were going to spent 400$ on a cpu or gpu for example youd see better performance going gpu way considering you could throw a 980 in there with no bottleneck

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I am happy with it so far, since everyone knows that most games depends mainly on the GPU u have… this processor is still enaugh for 2015 and beyond… I wanted to upgrade to i7 4th generation but at the end I didnt, waiting for better oportunity to upgrade to the 5th generation once the prices go down…

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