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I5 vs 2300 vs 3350 vs 3570k

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4 years ago#1
Whats the performance ratio on between them and differences.

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4 years ago#2
i5 2300 = sandybridge quad core, 2.8ghz, 3.1ghz w/turbo boost (no overclocking) - $180

i5 3550 = ivybridge quad core, 3.3 ghz, 3.7ghz w/turbo boost - (no overclocking) $210

i5 3570k = ivybridge quad core, 3.4ghz, unlocked multiplier (huge overclocking) - $240

the last two will perform about 20% faster than the i5 2300 at stock. this is due to higher clock speeds and a 7% better ipc. the 3570k can be overclocked by 30-40% (possibly more if you replace the thermal compound under the IHS) and that would pull away from the others in performance.
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4 years ago#3
From: 60secondAssasin | #002
(possibly more if you replace the thermal compound under the IHS)

Why would you use the stock heatsink to overclock?
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4 years ago#4
^ not the stock heatsink. Intel cheaped out on thermal compound under the IHS on the processor itself. that's why ivybridge overclocks worse than sandybridge.
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