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CPU upgrade 1155

Hello, first i will list below my specs:

 

I5 2400

GTX 1060 6GB EVGA SC

2x4gb DDR3 1333MHZ

Motherboard H61M-A/BR

PC Yes Electro V2 650Watts

Bluecase BG-015

Cooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO

 

I want to upgrade my CPU, i been looking for an i5 2500k so i can overclock it, but i have found an Intel Xeon E3-1245 v1 at the same price, wich cpu will have the best perfomance on this gaming rig? the Xeon is similar to the i7 3770k, but i dont know if i can overclock the xeon, so, more clock or more threads? wich one do i pick? Xeon E3-1245 v1 or i5 2500k

on Brazil used market i can found they at the same price.

 

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As far as I can see that Xeon looks a bit better. More cache and hypertreading.
Xeon's do not have an unlocked multiplier so you could only overclock the baseclock. So assume no overclocking on a Xeon

 

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i would get the xeon because overclocking doesnt really improve preformence, but hyperthreading really does

Any Help is appricated! Please correct me if I´m wrong!

Sorry for grammer/spelling mistakes, but english is not my native language (it´s german in case you were curious) *expand to see builds*

 

Primary PC: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | GPU: Crossfire Radeon 6870 + 6850 | RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 2X16 = 32GB @ 3600MHZ DDR4 | MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F | COOLER: COOLER MASTER ML360R | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB | PSU: GIGABYTE P850GM 80+ GOLD | SDD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB |

Everything thats not colourful I haven't bought yet.

 

Secondary PC(Currently not operational): CPU:  INTEL Q8200S @ 2.33Ghz | GPU: GTX 750 ti / 760 | RAM: 4X2 = 8GB @ 800MHZ DDR2 OCZ Platinum | MOBO: ASUS P5E-VM SE | COOLER: Be Quiet! Silent Loop 280* | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB* | PSU: CORSAIR RM850 2019 80+ GOLD* | SSD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB* 

Everything marked with * is what I bought for the Primary PC and I'm just using it until I get all the parts.

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And Core i7-3770k ? This CPU uses LGA1155 too.

 

Your motherboard support 2nd and 3rd Gen Core i3/i5/i7

 

https://www.asus.com/br/Motherboards/H61MABR/specifications/

 

List CPU supported : https://www.asus.com/br/Motherboards/H61MABR/HelpDesk_CPU/

 

If the BIOS version of your motherboard is previous of 0403. You must to update to the version 0403 for to use Core i7-3770K.

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1 minute ago, X-System said:

And Core i7-3770k ? This CPU uses LGA1155 too.

 

Your motherboard support 2nd and 3rd Gen Core i3/i5/i7

 

https://www.asus.com/br/Motherboards/H61MABR/specifications/

 

List CPU supported : https://www.asus.com/br/Motherboards/H61MABR/HelpDesk_CPU/

 

If the BIOS version of your motherboard is previous of 0403. You must to update to the version 0403 for to use Core i7-3770K.

he is kind of on a budget

Any Help is appricated! Please correct me if I´m wrong!

Sorry for grammer/spelling mistakes, but english is not my native language (it´s german in case you were curious) *expand to see builds*

 

Primary PC: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | GPU: Crossfire Radeon 6870 + 6850 | RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 2X16 = 32GB @ 3600MHZ DDR4 | MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F | COOLER: COOLER MASTER ML360R | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB | PSU: GIGABYTE P850GM 80+ GOLD | SDD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB |

Everything thats not colourful I haven't bought yet.

 

Secondary PC(Currently not operational): CPU:  INTEL Q8200S @ 2.33Ghz | GPU: GTX 750 ti / 760 | RAM: 4X2 = 8GB @ 800MHZ DDR2 OCZ Platinum | MOBO: ASUS P5E-VM SE | COOLER: Be Quiet! Silent Loop 280* | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB* | PSU: CORSAIR RM850 2019 80+ GOLD* | SSD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB* 

Everything marked with * is what I bought for the Primary PC and I'm just using it until I get all the parts.

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8 minutes ago, Enzo1001 said:

i would get the xeon because overclocking doesnt really improve preformence, but hyperthreading really does

oVeRcLoCkIng dOesN'T rEaLlY iMProVE pErForMAncE

What are you smoking. Of course overclocking improves performance. Overclocking drastically improves gaming performance, far more than hyperthreading. Also it's not hard at all to find a 3770k for less than $100 on eBay... Which has both.

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I can find the i5 2500k and Xeon at 400BRL  or 72,33USD, i7 3770k at 800 BRL or 144,66USD, i dont want to invest that much, i think i will get the xeon :D

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22 minutes ago, Aereldor said:

oVeRcLoCkIng dOesN'T rEaLlY iMProVE pErForMAncE

What are you smoking. Of course overclocking improves performance. Overclocking drastically improves gaming performance, far more than hyperthreading. Also it's not hard at all to find a 3770k for less than $100 on eBay... Which has both.

well, if oc improves preformence that much i had like a 20fps differnce in cs go when @ 4.8 ghz vs stock 

Any Help is appricated! Please correct me if I´m wrong!

Sorry for grammer/spelling mistakes, but english is not my native language (it´s german in case you were curious) *expand to see builds*

 

Primary PC: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | GPU: Crossfire Radeon 6870 + 6850 | RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 2X16 = 32GB @ 3600MHZ DDR4 | MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F | COOLER: COOLER MASTER ML360R | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB | PSU: GIGABYTE P850GM 80+ GOLD | SDD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB |

Everything thats not colourful I haven't bought yet.

 

Secondary PC(Currently not operational): CPU:  INTEL Q8200S @ 2.33Ghz | GPU: GTX 750 ti / 760 | RAM: 4X2 = 8GB @ 800MHZ DDR2 OCZ Platinum | MOBO: ASUS P5E-VM SE | COOLER: Be Quiet! Silent Loop 280* | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB* | PSU: CORSAIR RM850 2019 80+ GOLD* | SSD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB* 

Everything marked with * is what I bought for the Primary PC and I'm just using it until I get all the parts.

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I put a Xeon E3-1240 into a older Asus B75 board, was an upgrade from a i3 3220...seriously it's a ripper of a CPU that is now the centerpiece of a recycled work PC system build. Performs quite well.

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1 hour ago, Enzo1001 said:

well, if oc improves preformence that much i had like a 20fps differnce in cs go when @ 4.8 ghz vs stock 

What CPU was it, what graphics card and resolution, did you benchmark with a limited framerate or vsync/gsync/freesync... You know there's more than one factor. 

Also, this is an anecdote from your personal experience, with a sample size of ONE... If overclocking didn't make a big difference, Intel would never have been able to charge more for 'K' CPUs. Aftermarket cooling wouldn't really be a thing, especially water/exotic. To say that overclocking doesn't meaningfully improve performance is beyond retarded.

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9600k @ 4.8 ghz asus gtx 1070 dual non-oc @ +100 mhz core cloch and +500 mhz memory clock

ultra 1080p cs go

Any Help is appricated! Please correct me if I´m wrong!

Sorry for grammer/spelling mistakes, but english is not my native language (it´s german in case you were curious) *expand to see builds*

 

Primary PC: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | GPU: Crossfire Radeon 6870 + 6850 | RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 2X16 = 32GB @ 3600MHZ DDR4 | MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F | COOLER: COOLER MASTER ML360R | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB | PSU: GIGABYTE P850GM 80+ GOLD | SDD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB |

Everything thats not colourful I haven't bought yet.

 

Secondary PC(Currently not operational): CPU:  INTEL Q8200S @ 2.33Ghz | GPU: GTX 750 ti / 760 | RAM: 4X2 = 8GB @ 800MHZ DDR2 OCZ Platinum | MOBO: ASUS P5E-VM SE | COOLER: Be Quiet! Silent Loop 280* | CASE: DEEPCOOL Matrexx 55 V3 ADD-RGB* | PSU: CORSAIR RM850 2019 80+ GOLD* | SSD: CRUCIAL MX500 250GB* 

Everything marked with * is what I bought for the Primary PC and I'm just using it until I get all the parts.

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Can you overclock on a H61 motherboard ?  If you can't just get any non K cpu that suits best and is the cheapest. 

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32 Gb Crucial Balistix ddr4 3600mHz 16-18-18-38

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Arctic Liquid Freezer II, 360mm

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On h61 you can change only the clock multiplier

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On 5/24/2020 at 7:04 PM, xMass said:

I can find the i5 2500k and Xeon at 400BRL  or 72,33USD, i7 3770k at 800 BRL or 144,66USD, i dont want to invest that much, i think i will get the xeon :D

i5-2500k is shooting yourself in the foot, you want 8-threads minimum... 😉

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A quick question can i run 4 sticks of ram on the Xeon? i'm thinking of upgrading to a z77 chipset.

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