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Old 13th December 2010, 10:33   #1
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Default Intel (SandyBridge) Core i5 2500K vs Core i5 760. 4 Cores no HT

Of course, Sandy Bridge Core i7 is not just has this one series product.In fist wave Sandy Bridge,It still contains mid-level Core i5 series, compared to Core i7, the price will naturally be cheaper much, So it can be more accepted by most consumers.Like current Core i5 7xx, it is very popular now,So the next generation version of Sandy Bridge Core i5 also will attract great concern. We got a Sandy Bridge Core i5 2500K,So today we will show you the performance of this processor.



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