Test für Intel Core i5-2500K Processor (6M Cache, 3.30 GHz) Box (BX80623I52500K)
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Running strong for about 4 years
Elliott C., Newegg
12 April 2015
Pro: I've purchased this cpu online 11/17/2011 for $199.99 because one of my friends had told me that this cpu is a great i5 to overclock for the price. Also my friend had told me how great Sandybridge type cpus are so I thought "why not". Another friend of mine had told me how to adjust the voltages ...
Zusammenfassung: I've had this processor in my system for 3 years. Overclocked it to a stable 4.4 GHz and have been using it at this speed the whole time (Hyper 212+ heatsink). No issues 3 years later.
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.