Reviews and Problems with Intel Core i7-2600K CM8062300833908 (BX80623I72600K)
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Great for Video Editing
1 August 2013
Excerpt: I originally bought an Intel i5 2500K, however I ended up buying this for the increased performance in multi-core applications (such as After Effects, Photoshop, and 3DS Max). It also supports VT-D, which is another huge plus for me. The idle temp is very low (34C with stock cooler), and my load temp has never passed 65C. The stock cooler is so effective, I don't see the need to ever buy an aftermarket cooler.
Excerpt: I purchased the 2600K processor from Microcenter during their promotional period when it was going for $270 USD, pairing it with an AsRock P67 Extreme 6 motherboard in order to increase my folding potential. My specific processor was diffused in Malaysia and was part of batch L050A853.
Excerpt: This thing is amazing - probably Intel's best CPU yet. With a good motherboard, its incredibly easy to overclock, and the voltage needed to hit 5ghz is fairly low (im at 4.96ghz @ 1.395v). The performance is amazing as well. In games its THE BEST CPU available. Bar none. Overclocked its just better. For rendering, its up there. Outside of the 6-core Intel CPUs, it cant be beat. The power usage is fairly low, as well as the heat output.
Excerpt: I don't do much video encoding and such but I do fold. This thing is great for folding and will give you some solid PPD. Gaming on this is great (though if you're not folding/video encoding go with the i5 2500k) and is easy as can be for overclocking. Overall this CPU will last for a while* and is a great addition to any rig that supports it. There is nothing really bad to say about this processor.
Summary: Stated above, don't recommended but you could give it a try.
Pros: Package was near and tidy and looked professional.
, That's about it.
Cons: Well, guess what, Intel has done it again with the latest architectural achievement. Intel already showed that it is capable of creating an 8 core CPU and counting. AMD can do this also. So, what is all the funny stuff about who is owning who? My first Intel was this new 1155 slot 2600K and its performance was weaker than my old AMD by far. Spent 330 dollars for a downgrade LOL. I would not recommend buying
Summary: Nciht kaufen, defekte Chipsätze auf den Boards, Intel verkauft hier defekte Hardware. Betroffen von dem Defekt sind die SATA 3Gbs Ports, die dadurch relativ schnell ausfallen können oder deren Performance zumindest mit der Zeit spürbar sinkt. Also: NICHT KAUFEN.
Bestellung storniert, keine funktionierenden S1155 Boards
17 April 2011
Summary: Was soll ich mit der Prozessor wenn es keine funktionstüchtigen Board zum Verkauf stehen. Und bis in 1-3 Monaten das Desaster bereinigt ist, werden schon die ersten Ivy Bridge hergestellt. Da ist die Frage kaufe ich lieber dann ein S1155 Board+Ivy als jetzt auf ein Board zu setzen welches später nicht weiter verwendet werden kann, da ivy+ S1155 mit neue Southbridge benötigt.