Intel Core i5 750 2.67 GHz Socket 1156

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The Intel Core i5 750 is a quad-core part based on the "Lynnfield" architecture, fabricated using a 45nm process and will use a new LGA1156 platform. It will operate at a healthy 2.66GHz and feature a whopping 8MB L3 cache, but no Hyper-Threading support will be present.

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By TechSpot on

Looking back, quad-core processors have had quite the run already. Intel's first quad-core CPU, the Core 2 Extreme QX6700 was released almost three years ago, with the much more popular Q6600 following up months later at a rather steep $850. As you...

By TechSpot on

It has been 10 months now since Intel unleashed its Nehalem architecture and we showed you the Core i7 920, 940 and 965 Extreme Edition. Not much has changed in the high-end sector during this timeframe, as Core i7 processors are still brutally fast...

By ImpulseGamer on 88

Intel continue their dominance in the CPU industry with two new CPU's, the Intel Core i5 570 and Intel Core i7 870. Moving away from just raw GHz power, Intel continue to maximise their CPU's and unlike their previous Core releases, these two...

By TechRadar on 90

Late last summer, Intel rolled out the Core i5 750 based on Lynnfield, its mainstream Nehalem-class CPU. It became an instant favourite. Sure, it was short of a feature or three compared to Intel's finest, including HyperThreading. But for the...

By Techworld on

You don't get multithreaded processing power with the i5-750; as a result, this quad-core suffers on multitasking tests....

By ITP.net on 100

The Core i5 750 offers superlative performance, is eager to overclock and at US $192, is temptingly priced as well....

By APH Networks on

A few years ago, owning a dual core processor was something to be particularly proud of. "Bring on the dual cores", we used to say, and joke around referring to the amount of power we could pack under the hood with AMD Socket 939 based Athlon X2...

By PCWizKid's Tech Talk on

PCWizKid is definitely impressed how Intel PCWizKid Recommendedfinally has brought something new and refreshing to the processor market to compete for roughly 200 USD against AMD's latest Phenom II 955 and 965 processors. It's priced right and...

By IT-Review on

For about three months now, we have been talking about the next step in Intel's tick-tock strategy of introducing products. All of the new i series CPUs were made using Nehalem architecture, so the new 32 nm CPUs represent only a die shrink, in...

By DigitalVersus on 100

Intel's Range The Core i5 700 series was introduced in September 2009, and is made up exclusively of quad-core CPUs without hyper-threading. To compensate, they all have a Turbo mode, which increases their basic frequency by 133 or 533 MHz depending...

By CIOL on 100

Intel's i5 series of processors are their budget offerings for consumers who cannot afford the steeply priced i7 processors. The Core i5 750, which we reviewed is another Quad Core CPU based on 45nm technology from the Intel family and lives up...

By Computeractive on 80

With loads of power at a reasonable price, this is the best current chip for inexpensive gaming or video editing...

By PCQuest on

PrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitterWe tested and compared the Intel Core i5 750, codenamed Lynnfield, with Intel Core i7 870 which we had tested before. Intel Core i5 750 is another Quad Core CPU based on 45nm technology from the Intel...

By Vortez on

All in all i feel that Intel have lost no momentum with the release of the i5. Yes, the flagship i7 may be faster but it requires an extra investment that some may not be willing to stretch to. What we have here is a massive chunk of that performance...

By itreviews.com on

Overall the Core i5 is a superb processor. Its mission was to beef up Intel's performance in the mainstream sector whilst serving the Phenom II 965 its notice as the fastest non-i7 processor. In both objectives it has succeeded, and whilst the Core...

By InsideHW on

Lack of support for Intel Hyper Threading didn’t have significant impact of performance levels, except in synthetic benchmarks. Compared to Core i7 920, which has HT and one memory channel more, only real difference can be seen in rendering...

By ITP.net on 100

Excellent performance, great overclocking potential and an aggressive price make the Core i5 750 the best mainstream processors we’ve ever tested. Don’t even consider anything...

By TweakNews on

Through testing the i5-750, you will easily find out that this processor coupled with an affordable P55 motherboard would be an excellent upgrade for almost everyone other than the small niche percentage needed serious processing power. Even at the...

By Techgage on

When Nehalem launched, we received processors that were more powerful than anything we used before, and the brand-new architecture was a lot of fun to experiment with. But as I said before, there were a few reasons why people either chose to go with...

By Tech2 on 100

Lynnfield has one more surprise in store: Windows 7 is tweaked to work with its multiple cores and threads. Core Parking is a new technique to not only help applications make better use of available threads, but also prevent apps from jumping between...