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Old 17th September 2009, 13:08   #1
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Default Intel i5-750 Socket 1156 Lynnfield Processor Review

Intel knows that most people will spring for the cheaper Lynnfield in most cases and enjoy a big upgrade for little money. It's hard to really point out anything wrong with this processor. It's cheap, its performance for the dollar is unrivaled in the industry and at last allows the consumer to upgrade above a socket 775 system without having to re-mortgage the house.

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