Intel Xeon E3-1220 v5 3.0GHz Reviews

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Manufacturer: Intel
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Kaby Lake Pentium with Hyperthreading again! Yes!

5.0
Verdict: Get a new B250 board and this cpu with the new M2 ssd slot (load o/s and most used programs on 126 or 256gb) you'll have one of the fastest units around at a minimum cash out lay! I put mine together with a ssd and it beats the fire out of an i-7 on the old 1155 board we had!
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Read full review at B&H Photo
2 years ago
 

Crazy good value for money

3.0
Verdict: If you don't want to over clock, if you want reliability and low(ish) power draw for output look no further. Runs super cool even with a dog all in one liquid cooler and benchs real well
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Read full review at scan.co.uk
2 years ago
 

Gr8 Mobo. Checkout video

5.0
Verdict: This processor is just awesome , as it is best priced and is capable of heavy softwares . You can checkout its unboxing on my youtb channel search automech ts
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Read full review at amazon.in
1 year ago
 

Ok CPU for gaming at 1080p

3.0
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Pros: This cpu is good for 1080p gaming when paired with a GPU like an R9 390 or GTX 970. In battlefield 4 I easily got 75+ fps when paired with an R9 390
Cons: This CPU can be severely bottlenecked if you pair with a GPU like the GTX 1080 or 1070 so I don't recommend that combination. Other than that it's a great CPU

Read full review at Newegg
2 years ago
 

Exactly what you expect from a dual core

5.0
Verdict: This is a very particular product. If you're a budget gamer and you can't spend a lot right now, this cpu is for you. It has hyper threading so you won't be impaired by games that requires a quad core.
Pros: Fast, Good clock speeds, Hyper threading, Price is somewhat acceptable
Cons: Unless you have a skylake processor lying around to flash the bios, you can't use h110m motherboards, which are a lot cheaper than de new 200 series

Read full review at NCIX.com
2 years ago
 

Excellent Product

5.0
Verdict: Great product using with a Kraken X62 and Asus Maximus MB, temps rarely get higher than 60c in intense gaming sessions, only disappointment was I didn't get the original box and sticker lol.
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Read full review at Overclockers
2 years ago
 

Budget Monster

5.0
Verdict: This might be my favorite processor ever. Back when it was $62 it was impossible to beat that price to performance ratio, considering that you had to roughly triple the price to get roughly a 50% performance bump. Even now, with it bouncing between $75-85, it's still a pretty insane deal.
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Read full review at Amazon
1 year ago
 

Strong budget CPU

5.0
Verdict: A great CPU if you're looking to go Intel and can't afford the i5 or i7. When paired with a decent GPU, this CPU will allow you to run most modern games without dropping below 60 frames per second. Be sure to pair it with a high end chipset so you have the option to upgrade in the future.
Pros: -Strong single thread performance (gaming -Low temps on idle and load -Hyper-threaded -Stock cooler included -Leaves a strong upgrade path for the future if paired with decent motherboard
Cons: -Weak multi-thread performance -Weak physics performance -Multiplier locked (Base clock can be pushed to 103Mhz for a very slight overlock

Read full review at memoryexpress.com
2 years ago
 

It is the fastest i3 so far

5.0
Verdict: Kaby lake i3-7350k is the fastest i3 at this moment. It is easy to overclock and stable. Without extreme power requirement, it can handle with of most of PC games in the market.
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Read full review at Micro Center
1 year ago
 

Intel Quality as usual.

5.0
Verdict: No problems - as expected - fast - low power. Perfect. BUT Beware - Intel/Microsoft appear to be dropping support for Windows 7 ( especially integrated graphics ).
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Read full review at Amazon
2 years ago
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