Reviews and Problems with Intel Core i7-920 AT80601000741AA (BX80601920)
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Nothing better than Intel
JG McClung, Amazon
13 September 2013
Summary: I've always used Intel processors. When I started designing my new computer system I wanted the I7. This CPU has been stellar right out of the box. I've had no issues whatsoever. I've very paranoid about heat so when I installed my CPU I used a Cooler Master tower heat sink. I have several components that add lots of heat in my case so I also use 5 extra case fans as well.
For Advanced Gaming and Multitasking use the 920 (i7) Processor
29 June 2013
Summary: We have 2 (i7) 920 computers in the house, both are gaming machines and have about 16 gigs of ram in each box, both have dual crossfire video cards and running 64 bit os systems. The Processor is pretty hard to find actually unless you want to pay a good $300 to $400 dollars so when i seen it for sale on eBay for $170 i had to jump on that fast since the other machine we have the processor died. (Mostly it was due to a fan error) not a Processor error.
Summary: WTF - 4 years after I bought it this CPU is still selling - and for over $150 more than what I paid for it when I originally bought it???! This CPU was WAYYYYYy ahead of it's time. It's solid, runs everything great. With Ubuntu 64 bit 13.04 + 9 GBs of RAM (just upgraded from 3 GBs this last weekend) and WINE, this thing runs Skyrim like a bat out of hell. What happened to technology advancing?
1st generation i7's rock. If you got the PS these things are great !!!
3 March 2013
Summary: This is one of the first generation i7's that started it all. It is quite reliable and overclocks extremely well. It was as advertised. First generation i7's work well but consume more power that the 3rd generation addressed.
Summary: ONE OF THE MOST STABLE & VERSITILE cpu"S Quad Core wise intel has ever prodused! I tend to find them more reliable than any prossesor that has ever been made1 I feel that is the case with all of the 1st GEneratiom I7 Prossesors!