Intel Core i5 4670K 3.4GHz Socket 1150
The Core i5 4670K is a member of Intel’s new Haswell line of processors. It carries an 84W TDP and features four cores and four concurrent threads. The 4670K operates at 3.40GHz with a Turbo Boost frequency of 3.80GHz and sports a 6MB L3 cache. Last but not least, the 4670K uses the HD Graphics 4600 engine.
Forward looking architecture.
Significant IGP upgrade.
Class-leading power consumption.
Not huge improvement over IB for enthusiasts.
No TSX or vT on Kseries chips.
By Overclock3D on October 01, 2013
When we first got wind of the Core i5-4670K we wondered, as we are sure you did, as to whether Intel have produced a successor for the vastly popular and powerful Core i5-2500K.Unquestionably they have.The Core i5-4670K is a pocket rocket. Stock...97
By uk.hardware.info on July 04, 2013
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....-
By goldfries.com on June 21, 2013
The Core i5-4670K is yet another solid processor from Intel, currently priced at around RM 720. On the downside? You have to change whatever board you're using to an LGA 1150 board. It should last you at least 2 generations of Intel processor...-
By HEXUS.net on June 20, 2013
Intel hopes the Core i5-4670K Haswell chip is chosen by PC enthusiasts as the base for a quality mainstream build. Most of the signs are positive, as the £190 processor is fast, energy efficient and has much-improved integrated graphics over the...-
By TechRadar on June 19, 2013
The Core i5-3570K was the best all-round gaming CPU. The i5-4670K is faster than the old 3570K, and only costs slightly more, so surely it's a worthy successor? Well, yes and no. Intel has been bigging up Haswell as a major new CPU design, and...80
By Expert Reviews on June 13, 2013
A worthy successor to the Core i5-3570K that is set to be just as popular...100
By Bit-tech.net on June 12, 2013
The situation with the Core i5-4670K is much the same as it is with the Core i7-4700K. Overall it's noticeably faster than its predecessor, the Core i5-3570K in most of our tests, particularly so at image editing. However, the difference isn't...87
By InsideHW on June 04, 2013
Everyone who is even slightly up to date with IT news knows about the traditional “tick-tock” system that Intel uses when presenting new processors. While “tick” presents introducing a new production process, a completely new...-
By uk.hardware.info on June 01, 2013
On Tuesday, June 4, Intel is launching its fourth generation Core processors, also known as Haswell. Tomorrow, June 2, the new CPUs will be available at a select few stores, but today we can already tell you in detail about the performance of Haswell...-
By insidehardware.it on January 10, 2014
L'ingresso delle CPU Haswell ha portato ad un incremento prestazionale medio stimabile in circa il 10% (lato CPU) rispetto alla precedente generazione Ivy Bridge, migliorando al contempo l'efficienza energetica, aggiornando alcune ottimizzazioni...90