Reviews and Problems with Intel Core i5 750 (BX80605I5750)
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Intel Core i5-750
29 March 2010
Excerpt: This isn't the first time we've looked at the Core i5 750. We first looked at it back in October 2009 when Intel first launched its ‘Lynnfield' line. We found the CPU a cracker back then and now, a few months on, the CPU is still firing on all cylinders.
Summary: The Intel Core i5 750 processor is a mainstream quad-core CPU that promises enthusiast-level performance for the masses. The Core i5 750 is part of Intel's most recent generation of socket 1156 processors which include not only the Intel Core i5 700-series but also several Intel Core i7 800-series...
Conclusion: Intel promised Nehalem-level performance with their new Lynnfield platform and they definitely delivered. In nearly all of our benchmarks today, the Core i5-750 had a clear lead over the AMD Phenom II X4 965 and the Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450. In fact, in many tests, it even matched the Core i7-920.
Excerpt: Considering its performance surpasses pricier CPUs from AMD (and approaches Intel Core i7 chips that cost hundreds more), the Core i5 is a groundbreaking CPU for builders and upgraders on a budget.
Pros: Runs just seconds behind much pricier low-end Core i7 CPUs in most tests, Faster than AMD's flagship CPU, Requires less-costly supporting components than "Nehalem"-family Core i7s
Cons: Doesn't support RAM in triple-channel mode, Lacks Hyper-Threading
Conclusion: The timing of the Lynnfield CPUs, nearly 8 months after the release of the high-end i7 processors, seems an odd choice. However, talking specifically about the i5-750, Intel seems to have created an impressive CPU which could very well take over from the Core 2 Duo’s and give AMD’s latest line of...
Pros: Good performance, Turbo Boost Technology, Better efficiency, Better pricing
Cons: No Hyper-threading, To fully take over from the C2D’s pricing still needs to drop further
Excerpt: Bloomfield è il diretto successore delle soluzioni Intel Core 2 e rientra nel segmento di mercato high-end. Bloomfield necessita di una scheda madre con chipset Intel X58 ed un Socket LGA 1366.
Pros: Ottime prestazioni in ogni ambito di utilizzo., Tecnologie implementate di primissimo livello., Ottima duttilità d'impiego., Ottime prestazioni in overclock.
Cons: Ottime prestazioni in ogni ambito di utilizzo., Tecnologie implementate di primissimo livello., Ottima duttilità d'impiego., Ottime prestazioni in overclock.