often reviewed as best value/speed, low power potential
Jason G., Amazon
26 Mars 2012
Sommaire: Almost one month away from Ivy Bridge release - SO, the question is, if buying a year old processor now, which of the three - i3, i5, or i7. Many, many tech reviews (tomshardware, etc) comment that the i5 2500k is the better value compared to the i7. The i3 is only dual core.
Sommaire: I must start off by saying that I have run nothing but AMD processors for the last 10 years in each one of my setups. This processor had high reviews from all of my peers while I recieved nothing but negative reviews from the AMD counterparts.
Sommaire: wanted to upgrade my computer, done some research and found that the intel i5 and intel i7 processors have very little different in them, apart from the huge price. very please and very easy to fit.
Sommaire: Great CPU, super fast and the i7 doesn't seem £100 more worth it. But each to their own. It's a "k"/unlocked cpu so overclocking is easy, almost too easy. Water cooling would be essential but one could get 4.2GHz apparently from this little beast.
Sommaire: I use for vmware mainly and it works perfectly. my gaming is a bit suckish with the intel hd 2000 graphics though. i have yet to use all 4 cores running google chrome, Microsoft security essentials av scan set to 50 percent max, jdownloader, and portal. pretty good
Sommaire: With intelligent performance that accelerates in response to demanding tasks, such as playing games and editing photos, the Intel Core i5 processor moves faster when you do.The Intel Core i5 processor automatically allocates processing power where it's needed most.