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E3-1225V2 vs i5-3570 ?

Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by Igorius, Jan 2, 2013.

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    And that's why I'm asking you :cool:
     
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    I had a friend suggest a chip like that to me, then doing some research, the Xeon chips have many less PCI-E lanes or something. So I would say go for the 3570.
     
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    LOL..:toast:

    3570K. I thought you were making a statement with the link...
     
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    Id say the Xeon personally,they always seem to be better binned chips. Of course im not sure about overclocking if you plan to do that
     
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    but... MSI B75A-G43 :D
     
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    Business-class board = no OC. ;)
     
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    Only if it has added features you want. It will NOT enable any OC'ing above what the B75 board does, really, since your choice of chips are ones that do not have unlocked multipliers.
     
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