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Intel Core i7 2600K 3,4GHz Socket 1155 Box

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Intel Core i7 2600K 3,4GHz. Populär fyrkärnig processor i IntelsCore i7-serie med 8 MB cacheminne. Olåst och därmed fullt överklockningsbar. För Intel 1155-sockel, lanserad 2011.
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Externa recensioner om Intel Core i7 2600K 3,4GHz Socket 1155 Box
  • Frekvens-skalning av Core i7 2600K och Core i5 2500K p? MSI P67A-GD65

    Fördelar:
    Fyra kärnor, Hyperthreading, Sval, Upplåst multiplier, Överklockningsvänlig

    Nackdelar:
    Ny sockel, LGA 1155, Relativt dyr

    Sammanfattning:
    Under de senaste dagarna så har vi fullständigt matats med information rörande Intels nya plattform Sandy Bridge. TechSweden presenterar en recension fylld med information, prestandasiffror samt överklockning av det senaste som Intel har att erbjuda, Core i7 2600K tillsammans med lillebror Core i5 2500K.

    5 år sedan
  • PC Advisor.co.uk

    The Intel Core i7-2600K is a worthy successor to the i7-860 and i7-920 chips at default clock speeds. If Sandy Bridge permeates the entire market, the (relatively) lower-end LGA1156 motherboards and processors can walk away. In fact, even the X58 line (including the hexacores) can now be scratched off the wish-list of most aspiring gaming/performance PC buyers, replacing the same with a Sandy Bridge board and processor instead. On balance, paying about the same amount for a higher-end processor and getting a 25 per cent increase in performance (besides overclockability) is a deal that is very hard to pass up. Despite the rapid socket changes Intel is going through, we can safely say that those looking to build a performance PC won't regret a Sandy Bridge purchase.

    8 år sedan
  • Intel Core i7-2600K review

    An incredibly powerful processor, that's also power-efficient and easy to overclock. However, most should go with the cheaper i5-2500K.

    8 år sedan
  • Intel Core i7-2600K review

    Plus

    • Breathtaking performance at stock clocks
    • Massive overclocking headroom
    • Incredible new integrated video engine

    Minus

    • Infuriating marketing-driven restrictions

    Conclusion
    If it wasn't for Intel's marketing goons, these could have been the best CPUs in history. Awesome, even so.

    8 år sedan
  • Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge CPU

    • Performance: 9.00
    • Construction: 9.00
    • Overclock: 9.50
    • Functionality: 8.50
    • Value: 8.00

    8 år sedan
  • Intel Core i7 2600K (Sandy Bridge) & DP67BG Motherboard

    Plus

    • 32nm Architecture
    • Low Power Consumption
    • Low Thermal Design Power (95W)
    • Low Temperatures
    • Stock Performance Fantastic
    • Overclocks Crazy (4.8GHz) – Simple Overclocking
    • Faster 3D Rendering, Video/Audio Rendering, and Higher Performance in Games
    • Full Hardware Transcoding Support
    • Integrated Graphics

    Minus

    • Must have a K series processor to have full overclocking potential
    • Performs a bit slower on productivity applications compared to theCore i7 9xx series processors.
    • Must be paired with P67 chipset for best overclocking result.

    Score Details

    • Performance: 9
    • Value: 10
    • Quality: 10
    • Features: 10
    • Innovation: 9

    Conclusion
    The launch of the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture today proved to be a big success for Intel. With the K-series processors’ full overclocking potential, users can finally tune their PCs to levels where the processor is limited by performance, not thermal output as we saw in the older Nehalem chips. With a new 32nm chip that has been completely redesigned at the transistor level, Intel was able to achive a Thermal Design Power of 90W, whereas the older Nehalem chip was running at a TDP of 130W. This provides a much lower heat output during operation, as well as lower power consumption which will save on the electricity bill. While the Integrated HD Graphics was not the main focus of the i7 2600K series, the 2600K will have slightly higher performance over the Intel Core i5 2500K processor. The main focus of the i5 2500K was the Integrated HD Graphics, so those who have not yet read that review should do so. Before today, Sandy Bridge’s limited overclocking ability had been widely discussed among members of the tech press. While we cannot test this contention on the non-K series to see just how much headroom the processor gives, our Core i7 2600K with unlocked multiplier proved to be an easy overclocker. We were able to overclock the processor to 4.8GHz within the first 5 minutes just by raising the multiplier. With the K model priced at only $10-25 more than the non-K models, we do not think it will be much of an issue for enthusiasts. Unfortunately, at launch, Intel only has two K models: 2500K and 2600K, so the selection will be limited. With the Core i5 2600K selling at $317, we believe that the performance of the chip is sufficient enough for even current Nehalem users. With this all in mind, we believe that within the next few weeks these chips will become a great buy for users looking into building both powerful Home Theatre PCs and hardcore enthusiast gaming and overclocking machines.

    8 år sedan
  • Intel Core i7-2600K and Core i5-2500K (Sandy Bridge) CPUs

    Conclusion  Intel is certainly on the right path with Sandy Bridge. They used the information gained from both Lynnfield and Clarksdale to build a much better CPU/GPU combination. We are seeing the advantages of a monolithic die design with the CPU and GPU combined, while we also find some of the limitations from both Lynnfield and Clarksdale resolved.  But even taking the GPU out of the picture, Intel has a pretty awesome CPU to offer to the market. I mean, we saw performance increases across the board. True, this is something you would (and should) expect from a new CPU, but the norm has become to show very minor performance gain and hardly ever across all testing categories like this.  Sandy Bridge is a great step in a new direction and one that does not appear to hinder performance for the enthusiast that might not want to use an IGP. We found no problems with running Sandy Bridge on the P67 chipset and a discrete GPU. We hope to take a close look at the HD 2000/3000 and what it brings to the table on the H67 in the very near future. For now we can say that Intel has dropped a serious bomb on the market and it is one that AMD is ill prepared to defend against. This is even more so true when you consider the pricing range.  The Core i7-2600K will sell at $317 (in 1,000 unit lots), while the Core i5-2500K will run for $205. This should put the retail range at $400 for the 2600K and $300 for the 2500K. Both are excellent value for the performance they show.   

  • Inget betyg
    Core i7-2600K Overclocked: Speed Meets Efficiency

    Conclusion
    Most of Intel's Core i5 and i7 CPUs lock out overclocking enthusiasts, which we hate. But the K-series chips win us back over with insane scalability. Would you believe that cranking the dial on performance doesn't necessarily tank overall efficiency?

    8 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Core i7-2600K CPU Review

    Conclusion
    The Core i7-2600K (3.4 GHz) proved to be an impressive product for the user looking for a high-end CPU. Available for the same price as the Core i7-875K (2.93 GHz), the new Core i7-2600K (3.4 GHz) was faster in all programs we ran (except on 3DMark 11, where the performance being measured was actually the video card’s, not the CPU’s), making it a no-brainer if you were contemplating buying the Core i7-875K.The reviewed CPU doesn’t have a direct competitor, since the most expensive CPU from AMD – the Phenom II X6 1100T (3.3 GHz) – costs USD 60 less. In any case, the Core i7-2600K was faster than the Phenom II X6 1100T in all programs we ran (again, except on 3DMark 11).Like the Core i5-2500K, one of the highlights of the new Core i7-2600K is its outstanding overclocking capability. We were able to put it to run at 4.9 GHz, an impressive 44.1% increase in the CPU’s internal clock rate.It is important to understand that for most users the Core i5-2500K provides a better cost/benefit ratio than the Core i7-2600K, and you still get an unprecedented overclocking capability. Gaming performance (if you increase image quality settings) is dictated mainly by the video card, not by the CPU (unless you use a low-end CPU), and therefore you can save some money buying the new Core i5-2500K instead of the Core i7-2600K and invest the difference in a more expensive video card.However, if you are a professional user working with video and photo editing, 3D rendering, and other applications that really need more processing power, you will surely benefit from the new Core i7-2600K and its very attractive price for this kind of use.

    8 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Intel Core i7-2600K and i5-2500K Processors Debut

    Hot:
    • Excellent Performance
    • Great Transcoding Performance
    • Highly Overclockable
    • Low Power Consumption
    • Competitive Pricing

    Not:
    • Questionable Graphics Configurations
    • No Quick Sync With Discrete GPUs
    • Integrated Graphics Still Slower Than Low-End Discrete GPUs

    8 år sedan