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Xeon x5670 vs w3565 for gaming?

Hey guyz... Sorry for my bad english

 

So my pc has the specs below

 

Xeon w3565 4 cores , 8 threads @3.20ghz

525 watt powersupply

8 gb ram

 

 

 

Now i talk to a guy today and he is giving me a xeon x5670 at 3 ghz for 28$ now i agree to him and planned to purchase it tommorow now the reason that i m that hurry because the online store which support my country doesn't have any processor better then x5670 and ebay amazon etc doesn't work for my country.. now if i get late that will also sale.. i am confirming now that should i go for that? I need your openion guyz.. is x5670 better then w3565 for gaming?

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3 minutes ago, Muhammad Osama said:

Hey guyz... Sorry for my bad english

 

So my pc has the specs below

 

Xeon w3565 4 cores , 8 threads @3.20ghz

525 watt powersupply

8 gb ram

 

 

 

Now i talk to a guy today and he is giving me a xeon x5670 at 3 ghz for 28$ now i agree to him and planned to purchase it tommorow now the reason that i m that hurry because the online store which support my country doesn't have any processor better then x5670 and ebay amazon etc doesn't work for my country.. now if i get late that will also sale.. i am confirming now that should i go for that? I need your openion guyz.. is x5670 better then w3565 for gaming?

Yes, 6 cores 12 threads over 4 cores and 8 threads plus the X5670 is an overclocking beast from what I have read.

 

Im thinking of grabbing up a Workstation with one in it here in the US because its still a good CPU.

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3 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Yes, 6 cores 12 threads over 4 cores and 8 threads plus the X5670 is an overclocking beast from what I have read.

 

Im thinking of grabbing up a Workstation with one in it here in the US because its still a good CPU.

I can't overclock because i don't have a overclocking mother board i also wanted to know the cheapest motherboard for that cpu that support overclocking

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7 minutes ago, Muhammad Osama said:

I can't overclock because i don't have a overclocking mother board i also wanted to know the cheapest motherboard for that cpu that support overclocking

Ill have to leave that to the other Xeon lovers - I am new to that question as well, just not new to researching that X5670 :)

 

I do not believe OC motherboards for that processor are cheap at all.  At all, from what I have read.  Hopefully I am wrong though

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1 hour ago, Tristerin said:

Ill have to leave that to the other Xeon lovers - I am new to that question as well, just not new to researching that X5670 :)

 

I do not believe OC motherboards for that processor are cheap at all.  At all, from what I have read.  Hopefully I am wrong though

Oh ok

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overclocking-friendly X58 motherboards seem to be $150-250 on ebay, sometimes more, sometimes less.

 

Gigabyte UD3R, Asus Rampage III are both quality but also expensive.

 

 

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Just now, bimmerman said:

overclocking-friendly X58 motherboards seem to be $150-250 on ebay, sometimes more, sometimes less.

 

Gigabyte UD3R, Asus Rampage III are both quality but also expensive.

 

 

Unless you take your time and shop around, @WhisperingKnickers pointed me to a deal on an ASUS Rampage III with X5675, and it turned out the dude was in Nashville so I met him in person and paid $120 cash. If you need an OC capable mobo right now and can't wait for deals though, you'll have to pay the premium for the good ones.

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On 10/26/2018 at 12:45 PM, Zando Bob said:

Unless you take your time and shop around, @WhisperingKnickers pointed me to a deal on an ASUS Rampage III with X5675, and it turned out the dude was in Nashville so I met him in person and paid $120 cash. If you need an OC capable mobo right now and can't wait for deals though, you'll have to pay the premium for the good ones.

Oh  Hmm ok

 

I m asking this question again because last time i got confused.. now i have to tell a story that i have dell precision t3500 which has xeon w3565 at stock speed because my mobo cannot overclock.. now my freind is giving me a x5670 and i wanted to ask that for gaming which is better because last time some people were saying that clock speed matters and some were saying more cores are good for gaming.. now please tell me answer if i use x5670 at stock speed will it outperform w3565? My gpu is r9 270x and 8 gb ddr3 ram

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There is no clear answer, it depends on the game. Some games like more cores, while other games like faster cores. The W3565 is pretty fast with 4 cores and 8 threads.

 

If you can get an X5680 that will give you six cores, 12 threads, and 3.33Ghz.

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6 minutes ago, asand1 said:

There is no clear answer, it depends on the game. Some games like more cores, while other games like faster cores. The W3565 is pretty fast with 4 cores and 8 threads, I would keep that one.

If i played those games which like higher clock speed then will i notice the performance loss because there is not a big difference between there clock speeds

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A difference of .27 probably would not make much difference in actuality. Probably the extra threads would make up for the difference in gaming, and in productivity the X5670 would be better.

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12 hours ago, asand1 said:

A difference of .27 probably would not make much difference in actuality. Probably the extra threads would make up for the difference in gaming, and in productivity the X5670 would be better.

Oh.. and if i m looking for gaming only then there is no need to upgrade to that? Are 4 cores and 8 threads enough for gaming?

 

i didn't get a satisfied answer please tell me which is better for gaming from these two cpu.. the story is that i m running w3565 in dell precision t3500 with 525 watt psu and 8 gb ram.. my mobo doesn't support overclocking so it is clocked at 3.20 ghz .. now my freind is giving me a x5670 for 25$ .. it has more cores but it has a little bit lower clock speed.. i only need gaming.. ebay amazon and other famous stores doesn't support my country 1 store supports my country .. just my country only so u can't see that.. and it doesn't have any x58 hexa core cpus.. now i wanted to ask should i buy that x5670 because if i will wait i will loose that too.. i have a little time.. just tell me which is better for gaming plz tell me plzz help me.. i just wanted to game.. my gpu is r9 270x.. plzz guyzz solve my problem i beg u guyz

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UserBenchmark doesn't have any X5670s, but this should be helpful anyway:

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Xeon-X5650-vs-Intel-Xeon-W3565/m355vsm6324

 

I'd get the X5670. It should work on your board, if it doesn't, then update the BIOS. The X5670 also draws less power than the W3565, which will aid you in any attempts to get a better GPU(although I'd recommend getting a new PSU either way).

 

It wouldn't hurt to grab it from your friend and benchmark the two against each other.

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please, do not SPAM our forums with like subject matter.

all the threads have been merged into this one.

please do not create another, because you haven't gotten a answer that pleases your needs.

keep it all to this thread. thank you.

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8 hours ago, airdeano said:

please, do not SPAM our forums with like subject matter.

all the threads have been merged into this one.

please do not create another, because you haven't gotten a answer that pleases your needs.

keep it all to this thread. thank you.

I m really really sorry.. this fourm is always helpful for me but this time i m asking this question and ans are not satisfied that's why.. i didn't mean to spam.. sorry..

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10 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

UserBenchmark doesn't have any X5670s, but this should be helpful anyway:

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Xeon-X5650-vs-Intel-Xeon-W3565/m355vsm6324

 

I'd get the X5670. It should work on your board, if it doesn't, then update the BIOS. The X5670 also draws less power than the W3565, which will aid you in any attempts to get a better GPU(although I'd recommend getting a new PSU either way).

 

It wouldn't hurt to grab it from your friend and benchmark the two against each other.

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The problem is that.. my friend live in a different city and also he is not my closest Friend i will send money then he will send the processor that's why i m worried...if i purchase it one time i couldn't return it

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