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Testseek.com have collected 80 expert reviews of the Intel Core i5 3470 3.2GHz Socket 1155 and the average rating is 75%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Intel Core i5 3470 3.2GHz Socket 1155.
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The editors liked

  • Excellent CPU performance for the price
  • Compatible with many previous-generation motherboards
  • Reduced power usage
  • Good performance for the price. Backward compatible with Sandy Bridge motherboards.
  • Good Performance
  • Relatively Low Power Consumption
  • Quick Sync 2.0
  • Competitive Pricing

The editors didn't like

  • Poor 3D performance
  • CPU processing has seen only a minor speed boost from previous-generation Core i5 chips
  • Multiplier not fully unlocked. Few major performance increases over previous-generation counterparts
  • Only Partially Unlocked
  • Wimpy Integrated Graphics
  • No Hyper-Threading

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  Published: 2016-05-27, Author: Steven , review by: techspot.com

  • Abstract:  Though there are still some hotly anticipated titles due in 2016, we might already have the game of the year on our hands. Overwatch has been on our radar for a while now but it recently blew up in a big way with an open beta that attracted over 9 million...

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  Published: 2015-06-26, Author: Steven , review by: techspot.com

  • Abstract:  Although I didn't spend much time playing Batman: Arkham Origins, I remember the game rather well after testing it on no less than 30 graphics cards and 20 CPUs. Arkham Origins appeared to take full advantage of Unreal Engine 3, it ran smoothly on afforda...

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  Published: 2013-05-07, review by: notebookcheck.net

  • Abstract:  Review AMD Trinity and FX Desktop Processors Klaus Hinum, Till Schönborn ( translated by Martina Osztovits), 05/07/2013 Windows Ivy Bridge Gaming Desktop roundup. Notebookcheck leaves the beaten track: We compare current PC process...

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  Published: 2012-10-22, review by: hardwaresecrets.com

  • Abstract:  Today, AMD is releasing its second-generation of FX CPUs, dubbed “Vishera.” The FX-8350 is currently the highest-end model available, running at 4 GHz and costing USD 195. Let’s see how it fares against its main competitor, the Core i5-3470 (3.2 GHz, U...

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  Published: 2012-10-15, Author: Patrick , review by: servethehome.com

  • First off, I think the Intel Core i5-3470 is a great workstation CPU. Stepping up for around $50 over the Core i3-3240 gains a user a lot of features and a lot more performance. I do wish that Intel added ECC to the Core i5 and i7 lines and that the compa...

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  Published: 2012-09-19, review by: xbitlabs.com

  • Abstract:  New Intel processors from the Ivy Bridge family have been in the market for a few months already, but it seems that they are not extremely popular. We have already pointed out multiple times that they do not look like a significant step forward compare...

 
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  Published: 2012-09-07, review by: phoronix.com

  • Abstract:  If looking at the average CPU temperature through a variety of workloads, the Core i5 3470 had an average temperature at stock speeds with the reference Intel heatsink fan of 54.7°C, a peak of 81°C, and bottomed out under idling at 31°C. The overall ...

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  Published: 2012-08-23, Author: Scott , review by: Techreport.com

  • Abstract:  As you may know, a while back, we came to some difficult realizations about the validity of our methods for testing PC gaming performance. In my article Inside the second: A new look at game benchmarking, we explained why the widely used frames-per-second...

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  Published: 2012-06-26, review by: pcper.com

  • The current processor lineup is kind of interesting with both Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge CPUs sitting comfortably with each other and no real signs that the 2nd generation of Core processors running out anytime soon. The only real drawback to the Core i5...

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  Published: 2012-06-04, Author: Denny , review by: computershopper.com

  • Excellent CPU performance for the price, Compatible with many previous-generation motherboards, Reduced power usage
  • Poor 3D performance, CPU processing has seen only a minor speed boost from previous-generation Core i5 chips
  • The Core i5-3470 is an impressive performer on the processing front, particularly for its price. Unfortunately, its graphics module lacks the performance boost introduced on more expensive Ivy Bridge chips, so this is a CPU you'll probably want to pair w...

 
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