Reviews and Problems with Intel Core i7-2600K CM8062300833908 (BX80623I72600K)
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Intel Core i7-2600K 3.40GHz Processor w/Turbo Boost Technology Long Term Review
30 January 2012
Conclusion: For where the Sandy Bridge based Intel Core i7-2600K is marketed towards, the mainstream crowd, the Core i7-2600K is a fantastic package. I think this is due to the competitive price point.
Summary: If you are on the fence between the i5-2500K and i7-2600K I would suggest pairing a Z68 chipset motherboard with the i7-2600K and wait a dozen or so paychecks to purchase your graphics card of choice.
Conclusion: As with each and every new Intel processor launch, everybody eagerly expected for Sandy Bridge to become official, and now that this day has finally come, I am happy to report this new architecture lives up to the hype.
Conclusion: The most eye-catching part of these results is the i5-2500K nearly matching the i7-870. Remember, the i7-870 features Hyper-Threading support whereas the i5-2500K does not. Impressive performance, no doubt. In Pov-Ray, the Sandy Bridge processors roll in with the best compute times.
Excerpt: After several weeks testing and trying out Intel's Core i7-2600k Sandybridge processor, there isn't a whole lot to say other than it's relatively cheap, it's fast and it's extremely overclockable. When a processor comes in just over US$300 and is this fast, NO ONE can complain.
Intel Core i5 2500K and Core i7 2600K (Sandy Bridge)
1 February 2011
Summary: The Sandy Bridge architecture is very exciting as it incorporates so much into such a small package. While the architecture may not be revolutionary, it is a large step forward from the Nehalem/Westmere architectures, as it does almost everything a little better.
Summary: With Sandy Bridge, Intel has set new standards in both performance and power consumption. Not only is the new hardware faster and more efficient, it is also not that expensive. These LGA1155 chips obliterate their comparably priced competition, with the Core i5-2400 and i5-2500K offering the best...
Intel Next Generation Core i5-2500K and i7-2600K "Sandy Bridge" Processors Reviewed
16 January 2011
Summary: There's so many good things about Sandy Bridge, I scarcely know where to begin. First off, it's a new processor architecture that offers valuable performance enhancements that even the average user will enjoy. This includes the new Intel Turbo Technology 2.0, the HD 3000 IGP and Intel Quick Sync.
Pros: New 32nm Sandy Bridge Architecture, Capable Intel HD 2000 and 3000 dynamic IGP, Supports 3D Technology, Intel Quick Sync and Turbo Technology 2.0, Availability of K-SKU unlocked processors, LGA1155 socket works with LGA1156 CPU Coolers
Cons: New 32nm Sandy Bridge Architecture, Capable Intel HD 2000 and 3000 dynamic IGP, Supports 3D Technology, Intel Quick Sync and Turbo Technology 2.0, Availability of K-SKU unlocked processors, LGA1155 socket works with LGA1156 CPU Coolers, Overclockers have to learn something new, Native software a...