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Intel Core i5-760 and ECS P55H-AK Review

Intel Core i5-760 and ECS P55H-AK Review

Intel Core i5-760 Review

Intel Core i5-760 Processor – The CPU

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Our Core i5-760 sample arrived in a retail box with the standard Intel documentation and heatsink. The top surface of the CPU is covered by the usual Intel heat spreader and by turning over the processor we can see the socket 1156 layout.

Underneath the heat spreader we have a 45nm, 95w CPU which uses the Lynnfield core. The i5-760 has four cores (no Hyper Threading) with 8MB of L3 cache, 4x256KB of L2 and 4x32KB of L1 Data and Instruction. The CPU uses a 133MHz BCLK and 2400MHz QPI link and has support for the latest instruction sets such as SSE4.2. Like the original i5 models the new 760 supports Turbo Boost Technology. It’s advertsised speed is 2.8GHz with a maximum speed of 3.3GHz in single core applications, usually settling at 2.93GHz when all four threads are in use.

As with the rest of the Core i3/5/7 series processors the i5-760 has an on-board memory controller, dual channel in this case, with official support hitting 1333MHz. Additional speeds are available through BIOS settings which are dependent on the motherboard.

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