Intel Core i5-3470 Ivy Bridge Processor and HD 2500 Graphics Review

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URL: http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Processors/Intel-Core-i5-3470-Ivy-Bridge-Processor-and-HD-2500-Graphics-Review Quote: “Realistically, the Intel Core i5-3470 performance is exactly where I expected it to be with regards to the standard suite of CPU benchmarks we use here at PC Perspective. Running at close to the same clock speeds of the first Ivy Bridge processor we tested – though without HyperThreading and without the [...]

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URL: http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Processors/Intel-Core-i5-3470-Ivy-Bridge-Processor-and-HD-2500-Graphics-Review

Quote: “Realistically, the Intel Core i5-3470 performance is exactly
where I expected it to be with regards to the standard suite of CPU
benchmarks we use here at PC Perspective. Running at close to the same
clock speeds of the first Ivy Bridge processor we tested – though
without HyperThreading and without the full 8MB of L3 cache – the 3470
was found to be anywhere from dead even to as much as 40% slower than
the 3770K depending on the application. Though I feel like a broken
record, it all depends on how well the application in question
implements multi-threading.”


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