Intel Core i7-3770 processor 3.4 GHz 8 MB Smart Cache Box

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Intel Core i7-3770 Processor (8M Cache. up to 3. 90 GHz )

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Intel Core i7-3770 Processor 3. 4 GHz 8 MB Smart Cache Box

Intel Core i7-3770.
Processor family: Intel Core i7.
Processor Socket: LGA 1155 (Socket H2). Processor lithography: 22 nm. Memory channels: Dual-channel. Maximum internal memory supported by Processor : 32 GB. Memory types supported by Processor : DDR3-SDRAM. On-board graphics adapter model: Intel HD Graphics 4000. On-board graphics adapter base frequency: 650 MHz. On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max): 1150 MHz. Market segment: Desktop. PCI Express configurations: 1×16. 2×8. 1×8. 2×4. Supported instruction sets: SSE4. 1. SSE4. 2. AVX. Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2. 0 frequency: 3. 9 GHz



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1 review for Intel Core i7-3770 processor 3.4 GHz 8 MB Smart Cache Box

  1. Anthony (verified owner)

    Purchased this CPU to finally upgrade my tired 8086k that I have had for close to 4 years now, and considering I also own a 3090 I was lucky enough to get last year, it was time. Paired with said gpu and a MSI Tomahawk Z690 with a Noctua NH-D15 Chromax Black cooler, this cpu runs complete marathons around my old 8086k. Certain games that would fully saturate my 8086k while also getting notifications from something like Discord would introduce very bad stutter, however those are completely eliminated with the 12900k. Temps are high when Im doing full resolution photo renders from my DJI Air 2S or Sony a6400 or straight up benchmarking, but that is expected and I’m not one to sweat about 80-90c temps, but if you are I would recommend the 12700k/5900x as they both run cooler and draw less wattage. However in gaming with multiple different Firefox tabs and discord/telegram open, it never even touches 70c, so your experience may vary depending on what type of work load you are doing. Make sure that if you do have a high powered gpu that you also have a high output power supply with a high efficiency rating as well, as my system can suck north of 600-750w full tilt (my power supply being a 1200w platinum EVGA that doesnt break a sweat under full load).

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