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Xeon w3565 vs x5670.. which is better?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guyz..

 

Sorry for my bad english

 

I have only two options.. xeon x5670 and w3565.. i have to spend 20$ more for x5670 .. i wanted to ask which is better for gaming.. i can spend 20$ more for x5670 if it is better for gaming.. i know it has more cores and threads but a littlle bit lower clock speed.. and i cannot overclock them I don't have a overclocking board.. i also make videos for youtube so i know more cores help in that but the main purpose is gaming so tell me that x5670 is better then w3565 in terms of gaming?

 

Btw overall specs are

 

W3565

8 gb ram

525 watt powersupply

Hd 7450.. but i will change the gpu to the rx 460 or r9 270" or a gtx 750ti

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They’re both very old... but the W3565 will probably be better due to the higher clock speed. I don’t know much about CPUs that old but you can likely upgrade to something that will do you better than both of those for about the same price


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56 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

They’re both very old... but the W3565 will probably be better due to the higher clock speed. I don’t know much about CPUs that old but you can likely upgrade to something that will do you better than both of those for about the same price

Ohh bc any one else can explain me?

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2 hours ago, Cereal5 said:

They’re both very old... but the W3565 will probably be better due to the higher clock speed. I don’t know much about CPUs that old but you can likely upgrade to something that will do you better than both of those for about the same price

The w3565 is a 45nm quad core. The x5670 is a 32nm 6 core. 32nm typically (only tested ~36 45nm and ~50 32nm Xeons on this platform) clocks a little better given a decent board, though I would recommend the x5675 - its only marginally more expensive but its a higher bin and released later (the CPUs from '11 typically clock a little better as well).

There is no reason to spend more then 1€ on one of those 45nm CPUs given the 32nm ones existence. If you only need 4 cores you might as well get an E5640 - about 10$ and easier to cool then the others, 4.2-4.4 GHz should be doable with most examples.


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1 hour ago, Ground said:

The w3565 is a 45nm quad core. The x5670 is a 32nm 6 core. 32nm typically (only tested ~36 45nm and ~50 32nm Xeons on this platform) clocks a little better given a decent board, though I would recommend the x5675 - its only marginally more expensive but its a higher bin and released later (the CPUs from '11 typically clock a little better as well).

There is no reason to spend more then 1€ on one of those 45nm CPUs given the 32nm ones existence. If you only need 4 cores you might as well get an E5640 - about 10$ and easier to cool then the others, 4.2-4.4 GHz should be doable with most examples.

I was looking for x5675 earlier but i forgot to tell you that where i live there is very little chance that i can get a processor only.. and most famous online store doesn't support my country.. that is a problem.. i have only one onlinse shopping store and i always search there and there is no x5675 processor.. only processor i found for my board is x5670 and i know if i will wait 1-2 weeks that processor will also be purchased by somebody i have very little time.. so tell me if i change my processor from w3565 to x5670.. will i get improve in performance or will get worst?

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59 minutes ago, Muhammad Osama said:

I was looking for x5675 earlier but i forgot to tell you that where i live there is very little chance that i can get a processor only.. and most famous online store doesn't support my country.. that is a problem.. i have only one onlinse shopping store and i always search there and there is no x5675 processor.. only processor i found for my board is x5670 and i know if i will wait 1-2 weeks that processor will also be purchased by somebody i have very little time.. so tell me if i change my processor from w3565 to x5670.. will i get improve in performance or will get worst?

x5670 is still a significantly better choice then the w3565, I was just saying in most cases the x5675 is only a little bit more expensive ;)


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54 minutes ago, Ground said:

x5670 is still a significantly better choice then the w3565, I was just saying in most cases the x5675 is only a little bit more expensive ;)

Oh thank you soo much you made my decision very easy

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X5670 is better because it has more cores and it should run a lot cooler than the W3565.


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