Intel Core i5 750 2.67 GHz Socket 1156
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.
Lower Thermal Output.
Cheaper Dual Channel Memory Support.
Excellent Overclocking Potential.
8 MB Shared Cache.
Socket 1156 Motherboard Upgrade Needed.
Different CPU cooler Needed.
Its siblings are even faster.
Requires New LGA 1156 Motherboard.
Idering its performance surpasses pricier CPUs from AMD.
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