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over clocking i5-3570k on intel DH67CL MotherBoard

31 minutes ago, xgamer said:

Thank you for replying so i can pair i5-3570k with h61 board and in a month and half i can upgrade the board. now i5-3570k with h61 board and rx 580 8gb what power supply should i use is 500watt enough.and again is i5-3570k compatible with h61 board

yeah, 500w should be plenty for that pairing even with decent OC applied on both gpu and cpu

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hi i have two option one is i5-3570k on intel DH67CL MotherBoard and other is i5-3570 on MSI H61M E23 B3 and i will pair them with rx 580 8gb so if i choose i5-3570k can i overclock it on that motherboard if no then which option will be better with rx 580gb with least amount of bottleneck. 

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cannot overclock on H chipset boards, which one you should buy depends on price.


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you need either p67, z68 or z77 chipset motherboard to OC that cpu.


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3 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

cannot overclock on H chipset boards, which one you should buy depends on price.

so can i use i5-3570k with asus h61 motherboard or i5-3570 non k version is better with h61 board please tell so i can choose.  i can upgrade the board in future but how much performance can i get after overclocking the k cpu against the non k if its not a lot then should i stick with i5-3570 with h61 board. IS i5-3570k better than its non k variant without overclocking if yes them how much. IS there a significant difference between them in games with out overclocking and if no can overclocking give me a significant difference please help i am really confused by significant difference i mean 10 to 12 fps more. 

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3 hours ago, WikiForce said:

you need either p67, z68 or z77 chipset motherboard to OC that cpu.

so can i use i5-3570k with asus h61 motherboard or i5-3570 non k version is better with h61 board please tell so i can choose.  i can upgrade the board in future but how much performance can i get after overclocking the k cpu against the non k if its not a lot then should i stick with i5-3570 with h61 board. IS i5-3570k better than its non k variant without overclocking if yes them how much. IS there a significant difference between them in games with out overclocking and if no can overclocking give me a significant difference please help i am really confused by significant difference i mean 10 to 12 fps more. 

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20 minutes ago, xgamer said:

so can i use i5-3570k with asus h61 motherboard or i5-3570 non k version is better with h61 board please tell so i can choose.  i can upgrade the board in future but how much performance can i get after overclocking the k cpu against the non k if its not a lot then should i stick with i5-3570 with h61 board. IS i5-3570k better than its non k variant without overclocking if yes them how much. IS there a significant difference between them in games with out overclocking and if no can overclocking give me a significant difference please help i am really confused by significant difference i mean 10 to 12 fps more. 

Not much difference between them at stock but OC might give you decent boost around 10-15fps more easily with a moderate OC


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42 minutes ago, WikiForce said:

Not much difference between them at stock but OC might give you decent boost around 10-15fps more easily with a moderate OC

Thank you for replying so i can pair i5-3570k with h61 board and in a month and half i can upgrade the board. now i5-3570k with h61 board and rx 580 8gb what power supply should i use is 500watt enough.and again is i5-3570k compatible with h61 board

 

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31 minutes ago, xgamer said:

Thank you for replying so i can pair i5-3570k with h61 board and in a month and half i can upgrade the board. now i5-3570k with h61 board and rx 580 8gb what power supply should i use is 500watt enough.and again is i5-3570k compatible with h61 board

yeah, 500w should be plenty for that pairing even with decent OC applied on both gpu and cpu


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