Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Socket H2

  • Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Socket H2
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The Intel Core i5-3570K is a Quad Core processors that features 22nm 3-D Tri-Gate transistors delivering a great combination of performance and power efficiency. The i5-3570K also sports a 6MB L3 Cache and has an integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000.

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By Legit Reviews on

After taking a little additional time with the latest beta Catalyst drivers and the Thief patch, we tested them on an Intel based system running on a 3570K CPU. The system was tested at base speeds and during an easy overclock. Previous testing with...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

A few new processors appear this month: two from Intel and one from AMD. We also see moderate price drops from both companies, along with a particularly monumental price reduction on AMD's flagship FX-9590, which still doesn't make our recommended list. ...

By uk.hardware.info on

Late May we published a huge round-up of 45 desktop processors , followed by a review of Intel's fourth generation Core processors . Our readers immediately, and understandably, came with the request for a similar group test of laptop processors. It's...

By uk.hardware.info on

On June 4 Intel is launching its next generation Core processors, also called Haswell. That means it's the perfect opportunity for us to retest all current processors and a number of older ones with a completely new test configuration. It will not only...

By micromart.co.uk on 80

Intended to be the top-end Core i5 in the Ivy Bridge generation of chips, the i5 3750K is the official replacement for the 'gamer's choice' CPU, the i5 2500K, so immediately it has a lot to live up to. The clock speed, cache amount and number of cores...

By techPowerUp! on 96

The advantage of Hyper-Threading makes the Intel Core i7-3770K the most powerful processor of the Ivy Bridge series. With its larger cache and Hyper-Threading, it was able to win this comparison against its smaller brother. It also ran cooler than our...

By X-bit Labs on

New Intel processors from the Ivy Bridge family have been in the market for a few months already, but it seems that they are not extremely popular. We have already pointed out multiple times that they do not look like a significant step forward...

By BeHardware on

When Intel launched Sandy Bridge in January 2011, it received a very favourable welcome but what was a ‘Tock’, which is to say a new architecture, was in fact also a sort of ‘Tick’, ie a new engraving process. The 32nm engraving launched a year...

By iXBT Labs on

Quadcore Ivy Bridge processors have gained much popularity, so it's high time we took a good look at those lineups. All the more, entry-level models spark buyer's interest for two reasons. First, they are cheaper, allowing you to save as much as 35-50...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

After recommending Sandy Bridge last year, we weren't particularly impressed by the new Ivy Bridge-based Core i7-3770K as an upgrade. But are Intel's more mainstream third-gen Core i5 processors any more attractive? We grab four models to find out....

By InsideHW on

We’ve recently presented you with three different motherboard models based on the latest Intel Z77 Express chipset, however, we weren’t able to perform thorough testing as usual, as we didn’t have any Ivy Bridge CPUs (for which this chipset was...

By VR-Zone on

We address one of the most pertinent question that is on the minds of new Ivy Bridge platform shoppers – is the hyperthreading capable / 2MB more L3 cache i7-3770K (US$313) worth the almost 50% price premium over the i5-3570K (US$212), especially when...

By DigitalVersus on 100

Intel has confirmed its status as leader in the market for desktop computer CPUs with a new generation of processors that are faster and less power-hungry than their predecessors. Although the gain in performance isn't enormous, it's certainly still...

By Bit-tech.net on 86

Despite the higher-than-expected cost and higher operating temperatures, the Core i5-3570K is a worthy successor to the Core i5-2500K. It's noticeably faster, more power efficient, has a more powerful IGP and combined with a Z77 chipset motherboard,...

By HEXUS.net on 80

Review: Intel Core i5-3570K (22nm Ivy Bridge)by Tarinder Sandhu on 26 April 2012, 08:53 Tags: Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) Quick Link: HEXUS.net/qabfqv Add to My Vault: Chip giant Intel launched its 3rd Generation Core chips on Monday. Previously known by the...

By Hi Tech Legion on

Much like the Sandy Bridge i5-2500K processor was the best value in terms of price and performance for the 2nd generation Intel Core processors, the Ivy Bridge i5-3570K will surely be a popular processor among enthusiasts on a budget. The i5-3570K...

By MadShrimps on

Toughest part of any review must be the conclusion. Testing and exploring hardware is fun. But now we have to sum it all up. Let's get it on: Intel has repeated several times during the numerous presentations that Ivy Bridge was more than a "Tick"....

By X-bit Labs on

No doubt, the new Ivy Bridge is an evolutionary step forward. Although no one promised any significant performance differences from the predecessors, Intel engineers managed to ensure a pretty significant, almost 10% performance gain compared with...

By Guru of 3D on

Time passes though and it is time for another 'tick' in that tick-tock' model from Intel. We've been hearing about it for a while now, you guys and girls have learned to know it as the Ivy Bridge series of processors. Let me put it very simply,...

By TechRadar on 80

This is it. The biggie. The replacement for our favourite CPU of the past year or so. The new quad-core Intel Core i5 3570K, one of two new processors from Intel's new 22nm Ivy Bridge family of CPUs, has plenty to prove. Our old favourite that sets the...