Re: Wanting to purchase gaming pc
Do you have a need for the BD burner? Watch or burn BD movies/media on your PC?
Intel's next platform release is code named "Haswell" (current is Ivy Bridge) and overall only a 10% increase in performance compared to the current chips. For example, the 4670k vs the 3570k I have linked. The biggest difference is in power consumption and heat output. 3570k is 77w which is still way lower than most, and even though the upcoming chips have a similar TDP they can step down and shut off other parts to consume 10-20, and sometimes less than 10w during normal or idle usage. If this is something for you, you can wait. If not, then the 3570k will offer similar performance for the now rather than later.
Just take note, that it would be pointless to save the rig that I have all linked up because a lot of stuff is being released right now which are changing prices constantly. DDR3 prices are slowly rising and the parts listed could go out of stock, and rise or lower in price. You'll have to make a new thread when you're ready to buy if you are waiting until next month.
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