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Intel Core i5-760 2.8GHz

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Core i5-760 2.8GHz Performance Specification
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2.8 GHz
3.33 GHz
4 cores
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95W
32nm
LGA 1156/Socket H
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Core i5-760 2.8GHz Game Requirement Analysis

Core i5-760 2.8GHz is a performance CPU based on the 45nm, Nehalem architecture.


It offers 4 Physical Cores (4 Logical), initially clocked at 2.8GHz, which may go up to 3.33GHz and 8MB of L3 Cache.
Among its many features, Turbo Boost and Virtualization are activated.


The processor DOES NOT integrated any graphics. and has a rated board TDP of 95W.


It is a powerful Quad Core whose performance is good. It's thus capable of running most applications smoothly without any problem.


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18-Jul-2010
Core i5-760 2.8GHz vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
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Cyberpunk 2077 35% 55%
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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot 21% 37%
Halo: Reach 34% 25%
Microsoft Flight Simulator 35% 98%
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4% 35%
FIFA 20 25% 30%
Doom Eternal 21% 50%
Grand Theft Auto VI 40% 147%
Need For Speed Heat 20% 54%
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Sure you will, because the i5-650 uses hyper-threading and the i5-760 is just nicely 4-cored :) Besides a quad core becomes more and more important these days, so you will feel the difference in smoothness, in games with this "calculator" ;-)

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This cpu would be an improvement on my i5 dual core.

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I run the i5 with a gtx 550ti and 4 gigs kingston ram, 


plz add me as buddy (new) 

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i have this pc with hd 5870 1gig this is a very good pc 

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Kingsam12 dont bother upgrading to the i7 just yet.  The only reason you would want to upgrade now is if you do a few things….1) do you do a lot of 3D rendering? (Maya, 3DS Max, Lighwave) 2) do you do a lot of digital editing? (Photoshop, Illustrator, even music editing) IF you do a lot of these then yea you would want to upgrade to the i7 because they have the Hyper-Threading which is perfect for hardcore rendering and digital editing.  If you are using it for gaming though, an i5-760 will last for a good amount of years to come before needing to upgrade.  Good Luck!

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@kingsam12…..lol send me your i5 760!!!! The cpu I wanted. Really good I5. I have the 650. If you can, go with new socket set 1155 i7 if you can afford it. Much better performance. The I5 2500k is also awesome and fast!!!

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kingsam12 i think this cpu you have is awesome,Its not old and its not necessary to change it.I will rather change GFX to GTX 570,580 for that money,but thats just my opinion:).From my point of view i7 870 also have 4 cores,2.93Ghz(but clock speed is not very important-you can always overclock that.L3 cache is crucial !),socket 1156-same like i5 and L3 cache 8mb->just like760.This 870cpu doesn't make big difference with 760.i7 is better! but in your place i will rather buy new GFX or new generation i7, or 960Q. cheers!:)

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930 is better, but 870 is very good to ! hmm if you wont to save your money buy 870,and the rest spend on gfx. i will do that :)) But if you have more money to spend definitely buy 930

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i have it but im upgrading to a i7 870 but i neeed help guys 


should i buy 870 or 930 plzz help


and im new so add me up as buddy

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this processor can run all newest games smoothly and deserves more stars, for sure. thats just my opinion

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