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9.7 out of 10

Intel Core i7-4771

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Five Stars

O. carrig, Amazon
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I don't over clock so I didn't need the K model. It works very well.
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Overall 8
8.0

Just fixed up my new computer with this chip. ...

Dan, Amazon
4 weeks ago
  • Summary: Just fixed up my new computer with this chip. It's very fast and temperature is amazingly low. Tired overclocking it and it was stable. However, to be on the safe side, I prefer to run it in the original clock speed. Would have given it a 5 star if not for a new version 4790k (below ) ! Similar price but higher clock speed.
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Overall 10
10

Great buy!

Tyler, Amazon
21 June 2014
  • Summary: I needed a new processor for the gaming computer I am building and the fact it comes with cooling fan is a great bonus. I don't need to do much to install and the fan snaps on top easily. Very Happy with the shipping being on time and the product was undamaged.
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Overall 10
10

Great! Fast

Alf, Amazon
20 June 2014
  • Summary: Just fixed up my new computer with this chip. It's very fast and temperature is amazingly low. Tired overclocking it and it was stable. However, to be on the safe side, I prefer to run it in the original clock speed. Would have given it a 5 star if not for a new version 4790k (below ) ! Similar price but higher clock speed.
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Overall 10
10

Intel I7-4771 3.5 3 LGA 1150 Processor

Amazon Customer, Amazon
12 June 2014
  • Summary: If you're in the market for a processor that is incredibly capable (and are not looking to overclock) then I highly recommend this processor. It is working perfectly and is able to handle all of my needs admirably. Basic daily activities are a breeze, and video editing is extremely quick.
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Overall 6
6.0

QA fail NMi errors with Bsod

ivaano, Amazon
8 June 2014
  • Summary: First time I got a defective CPU that "works", form previous experiences if the CPU was defective it simply didn't boot, this was not the case I was able to boot in Linux but not windows because bsod, on Linux I received a lot nmi errors though. Tested with 3 different boards asrock, MSI and evga, ran memtest for 12 hours and prime95 for 4 hours without an issue, but I was unable to install win8 or 7.
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Overall 10
10

Fast Fast fast!

Christopher B. Wall, Amazon
29 May 2014
  • Summary: Fast shipping. Fast processing. Works great in my new build. Would recommend this processor to anyone wanting to build an i7 machine.
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Overall 10
10

Great Processor

Torin A., Newegg
26 May 2014
  • Pros: A fast and stable multi-tasker, very suitable for a gaming/workstation build. Also not a bad choice for a SOHO server. IF youre specifically building a computer just for gaming, then grab the 4670k or wait for devils canyon.
  • Cons: For those of you hoping to run this thing at max turbo (3.9 Ghz), you'll have to disable two cores. Who buys a processor with 4 hyperthreaded cores and then disables two of them? No one. So Lets be realistic - this processor turbos to 3.7 Ghz. I knew this going in but i still wish that Intel wouldn't be so dishonest and misleading when marketing the turbo boost feature of their chips.
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Overall 10
10

zoooom

S. Drake, Amazon
17 May 2014
  • Summary: Working great so far, with no issues. Setup was a breeze with no unexpected computer-gnome awesomeness that I've almost come to expect.
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Overall 10
10

Nice CPU for a personal server / virtual machine host

Dave H., Newegg
19 April 2014
  • Summary: These do outperform old generation CPUs but in my opinion, its not worth upgrading from an i7-960 just to upgrade given the additional cost of the CPU and motherboard. There are gains and the gains are fairly impressive but the i7-960 and that generation of CPU is still perfectly acceptable especially when overclocked. On the other hand if you need more power and have they money to burn, the additional power from the latest generation i7 is nice to have.
  • Pros: Ive had several personal/home servers / HyperV servers, etc. Using dual quad core Xeons and various other Xeon and Non-Xeon CPUs. I needed to build another server to replace an outdated one and chose this CPU with 32GB RAM on a micro ATX platform.
  • Cons: Im putting this under cons but really they are known limitations. This CPU is essentially the same as the 4770K however the 4770K is unlocked allowing you to overclock. The other main difference is that the 4771 supports vPro and VT-d whereas the 4770k does not. If you are looking for a high performance yet reasonably priced CPU for virtual machines and if vPro or VT-d is important to you, Id recommend the 4771.
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