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Intel BX80677I57500 7th Gen Core Desktop Processors
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- Socket LGA 1151
- Intel 200/1001 Series Chipset Compatibility (1. Excludes Intel Octane Technology support)
- Intel HD Graphics 630
- Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology
- Intel Hyper-Threading Technology1
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|Processor Series||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i7|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|Processor (CPU) Model Socket||LGA 1151||LGA 1151||LGA 1151||LGA 1151|
|Processor Speed||3.8 GHz||4.2 GHz||3.2 GHz||4.2 GHz|
|Item Dimensions||5.07 x 14.48 x 4.92 in||5 x 9.52 x 4.88 in||4.4 x 4.7 x 3.1 in||5 x 9.52 x 4.88 in|
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As others have mentioned out there, you MUST have Windows 10 and a compatible motherboard with the Kaby Lake CPUs! The MSI board immediately recognized this processor right from the start. Also, the Kaby Lake processors recognize the DDR4 2400 memory natively so make sure to purchase the right speed. Get every little bit of performance you can!
Windows 10 Home 64 bit
MSI Gaming Intel B250 MORTAR LGA 1151 mATX Motherboard
Intel i5-7500 CPU 3.4GHz
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB M.2 SATA III Internal SSD
Seagate 2TB BarraCuda SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch
(2) Ballistix Sport 8GB Single DDR4 2400
ASUS Blu-Ray Writer BW-16D1HT
ANEWKODI USB WiFi Adapter AC600Mbps
Thermaltake Versa H21 Mid-tower Case
EVGA 500 W1, 80+ WHITE 500W Power Supply
Cooler Master Hyper T4 CPU Cooler
Arctic Silver Ceramique Thermal Compound
1. EZ overclocking to 3.8ghz without really trying.
2. Stock heatsink, thermal paste and fan give very low temps!
-- Average of 28 along all cores idle
-- Average of 42 along all cores while playing FFXIV for an hour
-- Peaked at 70 during PRIME 95 Sensor Test (Real Temp GT)
3. Zero input lag when CPU usage at 100%. No blue screens!
4. TDW is 61 watts
1. Only Windows 8.1 or 10 are supported. Ubuntu 14.x or higher, not sure on other Linux flavors.
Originally I was going to go with Ryzen because, well competition and hype. Intel slashing prices is why I went with another Intel setup (replacing i7 950). The extremely low power usage, cool temps and functioning while under 100% load are very nice. I have a gtx780, so the onboard graphics won't be used, so I can't comment on that other than the specs are impressive (supports 3 displays, etc).
I chose to build using:
-Intel i5 7500
-MSI B250M PRO-VDH
-Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (8GB x2) 3200mhz DDR4 RAM
-Samsung 960 EVO 250GB SSD
I reused their 430 watt Antec PSU, Rosewill mATX case, an LG sata DVD drive and a card reader.
The install was quick and easy. Everything worked without a hitch from first boot to upgrading BIOS to installing Win 10 Pro and copying their data over and running updates. I doubt they will even come close to pegging this CPU but wanted to give them room to grow and figured the breathing room this would give over a dual core (even with hyper-threading) would be worth it long term.
My only complaints, and not worth taking stars off for are the following:
-The stock coolers mounting uses some cheap plastic push pins to mount. While it appears to do the job I cant say I am confident in how much pressure it can apply to push the cooler to the CPU surface or how well it can stay in place. For now it appears to keep the tempuratures in check but I havent pushed the CPU.
-Out of the retail box the bottom of the cooler has thermal paste pre-applied but is not covered by plastic or anything so in the course of packing and shipping there are tiny fibers of what I assume is cardboard or dust all along the contact surface and on the paste. Having used high end coolers for my own builds and seeing those having covered surfaces that are polished to a shine without foreign elements on the surface this was a little unnerving. Doesnt seem to have had any negative effect afaik but for $200 itd have been nice if they could have attempted to protect the surface with $.05 of plastic.
In ending I would recommend this as a decent all around processor for every day use, multimedia, office work and maybe even in a relatively budget gaming build (however for ~$30 more you can get an unlocked i5 7600k and overclock it to squeeze out more performance).