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Intel Core i5-3570 Quad-Core Processor 3.4 GHz 6 MB Cache LGA 1155 - BX80637I53570

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Processor Count 4 4 4 4
CPU Model Socket LGA 1155 LGA 1155 LGA 775 LGA 1155
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Intel Core i5 Processor i5-3570 3.4GHz 5.0GT/s 6MB LGA1155 CPU, Retail

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Processor 3.4 GHz Intel Core i5
Brand Name Intel
Item model number BX80637I53570
Item Weight 12 ounces
Product Dimensions 4.6 x 4.3 x 3.2 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 4.6 x 4.3 x 3.2 inches
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Count 4

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ASIN B0083U94D8
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4.7 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #266 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > CPU Processors
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available June 3, 2012

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By D. Adams on November 14, 2012
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All I can say is WOW. This is actually a bit of a downgrade from my previous i7-970, but I rarely needed the extra cores/hyperthreading so I figured putting some cash towards the other components would be better suited.

So far this CPU has exceeded my expectations. Since this machine is primarily used for web surfing, gaming, and photo editing, this CPU simply runs circles around anything I throw at it. I've yet to see it struggle, even when doing my initial burn-in testing. Oh, and turbo boost is more like overclocking. I've seen this CPU peg itself at 3.8GHz (max turbo speed) for as long as I have whatever stressing it running.

One night I felt a little crazy and decided to simply bump up the turbo speeds, basically setting everything up 200MHz. I now see it frequently hit (and remain at) 4GHz and still as stable as can be. Temps are fine under load, I'm sure I could push it more if I felt so inclined! Now I do have a Cooler Master Hyper 212 on here. I wouldn't push this CPU beyond normal speeds without some kind of aftermarket cooler. Even without overclocking, it wouldn't be a bad idea to replace that tiny cooler it comes with. It's barely adequate for stock speeds.

Besides being unlocked, the only feature the "K" processor has over the standard is better on-chip graphics. For me, I went straight for the locked unit as I didn't plan on overclocking and I knew I'd be using dedicated graphics. Of course shortly after getting the 3570, I find the 3570K is only $1 more than this processor. It seems the gap widened again, but still annoying. Never the less, unless you need onboard video or plan on some pretty substantial overclocking (more than simply changing the multiplier), this is plenty of power for you!
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I've been using computers for nearly 30 years and have built about 100. I'm sorry guys, I mean, I don't think I'm a big shot, but I've never purchased an i5 before, until recently I've always used the top or close to it, Intel processor, Xeon's or i7's these days. But a few weeks back I assembled an i3 NUC and for normal computer work it's just fine. The other two computers I'm on a lot are an upgraded Dell i7 4770 and a custom built dual Xeon workstation.

I do a lot of computer upgrades so I'm looking at new power supplies and RAM and video cards from upgrades all around my garage and none of it being used. So I figure if I've got to store them somewhere....So inspired by the NUC I get a Rosewill mini tower and a card reader with USB 3 ports, an Asus board, an Intel SSD and some accessories. Digging through my leftovers I found 16 GB of 1600 MHz ram and a 460 watt p/s and a GTX 650 card and with the i5 I've got a system worthy of today's standards.

It's no surprise that this little system is capable, after using the i3 NUC. After 25 years of building and lot's of hot rodding I think overclocking is in my past. Drives were always the problem and SSD's are the fix, so building a new 18 month old computer is a fine way to store old parts and with USB 3 externals I don't even need a second drive, although I should put one in, it is storage after all, I'll put in two. This processor will do some serious work quickly, unlike the i3, I can hardly notice the difference from the i7 4770. Researching the matter, the performance of this 3.4 GHz i5 didn't change much from the 2nd, 3rd to 4th generation, the new Haswell isn't 10% faster. With Windows power options set to High Performance it runs at 3.6 and boosts to almost 3.9GHz.
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Does what it is supposed to do (and quickly) with no fuss. That has to be the gold standard for a CPU. You just don't have a need to think about it, except in a positive sense. This CPU can be overclocked, if that is your thing, but not as much as the K series cousin. The trade off is that this chip has all sorts of security and virtualization functionality the K series doesn't. Take your pick, you will be happy with your choice.
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good cpu should have gotten the 3570k ,for xmp profile in bios for the ram ,not sure if you can run that with the xmp ram because its not a K cpu but the K version was more expensive ,the chip is fast ,excellent upgrade from the 10 year old one I had , does well with games and is priced for budget saving . even though the 1155 is considered old and 1150 is now the norm. Temps were very good ,internet page loading was fast .
Overall very good cpu
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I bought this processor for one simple reason: The price to performance ratio was at the time unmatched. And I will argue it still is. This is everything you need from a CPU, surfer, gamer or illustrator.
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I bought this processor around Christmas and I've had it through the paces now. I'm not going to get into technical stuff as other people have thankfully already put in their word on that. What I will say is that this processor has tremendous bang for the buck and the price point is right.

After researching my options for a couple weeks ($300 is a big deal to me), I came to the conclusion that this unit was the right price with the right amount of firepower. I almost stepped it up to an i7 because I do some video editing, but I can still render out a 1080p 15 minute clip with some post work in about 35-40 minutes in Premiere (16 gig ram).

For the money, I'm completely satisfied with it.
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