Test für Intel Core i5-2500K Processor (6M Cache, 3.30 GHz) Box (BX80623I52500K)
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Great CPU. Price is right for this powerhouse.
Rubber Jesus, Amazon
3 Januar 2015
Zusammenfassung: I bough this in June of 2012 to put on a new 1155 Gigabyte MOBO. It is now January 2015 and I am just now thinking of replacing my entire setup. Since the entire 1155 serious is pretty much old school I'll be building around the newest Haswell architecture.
Zusammenfassung: It is amazing that these are still so strong, I see little reason to upgrade my CPUs 3 years later. At this point, I'm wishing I opted to hyperthreading, but then I saw no use for it. The only reason I'd move on from this would be for more cores and/or hyperthreading.
Pro: I've used and abused two of these for over 3 years; both of them running at 4.8 GHz by just adjusting the multiplier to 48, the 212 plus air cooler.
Zusammenfassung: I really do not see the need for upgrading to any of the newer chips. The 2500k has lasted me this long, without signs of slowing down. I use the Intel QuickSync for game recording and the performance is unbelievable.
Pro: My i5 2500k has been running OC'd at 4.49GHz since November of 2011. It's still going strong.
Zusammenfassung: I have been running my trusty 2500K for three years now with no signs of slowing down. I had upgraded from an E8400 and to me this is the E8400 just made even better. When I did my 2500K build I constructed it with the thought that I will more than likely be using this computer for at least 5-6...
Zusammenfassung: What an amazing chip. It's almost 4 years since I bought this chip and thanks to its massive over clocking potential there is still little reason for me to upgrade my gaming computer. Still a winner.
Zusammenfassung: This processor lasted me 3 years so far. Every year I check if there is any reason to upgrade it and every year it proves there is nothing better and nothing faster for my tasks. We'll see how many years are ahead.
Pro: - 3 years at 4.5 GHz on air and counting - Handles any task possible - Single thread performance is on par with current Intel offers and still miles and miles ahead of anything AMD ever built