Intel Core i5 750 2.66Ghz (Lynnfield) (Socket LGA1156) Processor - Retail
Quad Core Technology, 2.66GHz clock speed, 8MB L3 Cache, Dual Channel DDR3 Controller, 3 Year Warranty
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Description:With the Intel® Core i5 processor, you can multitask up to 28% faster, so you can do more things at once and be more productive than ever. Maximize speed for demanding applications with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, which accelerates processor clock speed up to 20% to match your workload. So you'll move faster when multitasking and get more accomplished in less time. Unleash an amazing digital media experience with up to 37% faster conversion of video for web upload, up to 15% faster photo editing and up to 17 % faster conversion of CD music tracks to MP3. Get a 32% improvement in artificial intelligence for game characters and realistic physics for game worlds.
- Lithography Process: 45 nm
- Cores: 4
- Threads: 4
- Frequency: 2.66 GHz
- Multiplier: 20
- Cache: 256 KB L2/core and 8 MB shared L3
- Memory Controller: Dual channel DDR3 800/1066/1333 MHz
- TDP: 95W
- Socket: LGA1156
|Warranty Type||Direct with Manufacturer|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
HP m7000 by Steve SW
I have an old HP m7000 with 4gb RAM, would it accommodate this processor and if so could you recommend a graphics card also?
I am afraid it would not work, you would need a socket 1156 motherboard for this processor.
CPU/Mobo/Memory combination by Nycoy
I'm looking at the i5-750 (#37674) with the Gigabyte P55a-UD3 (#38607)Mobo. Your site suggests some G-SKill 1333 or 1600Mhz (#37609 and #37612) memory.
If I Get the 1600Mhz, will I get the benefit (of the extra Hertz) from this setup? Are there any specific Mobo settings to make to get those benefits?
One more thing, I also want to use a "Asus ATI Radeon HD 5770 "CuCore" 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card". With all these things inside a case, will a single case fan and the stock CPU cooler be sufficient, or will I need multiple fans?
1600Mhz ram wouldn't give you much benefit, unless you were overclocking the CPU, then 1600Mhz ram would give you more headroom to overclock.
As for cooling, multiple fans would be recommended if possible.
Response to Being Rushed by bombkangaroo
The frequency at which the memory runs is the Base Clock (133mhz) multiplied by the memory multiplier. (maximum of 10x multiplier for this CPU) So whatever speed the DDR3 Dimms are rated for, they will always run at 1333Mhz and will work fine.
However, it may be worth buying faster RAM if you want to overclock the processor. As you need to change the Base Clock (some motherboards may allow you to increase the multiplier also), which will speed up the processor, and will also affect the frequency at which the RAM runs.
For instance, changing it to 160mhz will produce a CPU clock speed of 3.2Ghz (20 x 160mhz) and a RAM frequency of 1600Mhz. (10x160Mhz)
Compatible? by Indigo
Hey I am thinking this CPU with 37774 Motherboard. Can you suggest some memory preferably 4GB.. Cheaper the better?
I'd go with these: #37609.
Top Processor Great Overclocker! by Philip
Picked up one of these with the current deal, popped it into a Gigabyte P55-UD5 (quickcode 37723) board with some ocz gold series 1600 ram (quickcode 34387) and had it overclocked to 4.0Ghz (20x200) within a couple of hours with a cheap aftermarket air cooler (quickcode 20729).
Running prime95 stable for over an hour, Temps in high 70's low 80's, feels like it has plenty of juice left in it, but need to improve my cooling more first to get it ;)
Would definately reccomend!