Test für Intel Core i5-2500K Processor (6M Cache, 3.30 GHz) Box (BX80623I52500K)
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Still going strong
Brian D., Newegg
21 Februar 2016
Zusammenfassung: Overclocking capability has always been there for those wanting to do it, but I never had to do it, as everything performed excellently at the stock speed of 3.3 GHz, so I never bothered with overclocking.
Pro: Have had this processor in my machine for nearly 4 years and never even overclocked it & it still performs like a champ. The i5-2500K still remains to this day one of the best CPU's ever marketed that provided the best bang for the buck. Glad that I had purchased two of these along with two compa...
but if you can get a good deal on an i5 2500k it will not let ...
nicholas P brandon, Amazon
30 Januar 2016
Zusammenfassung: I have been running this CPU overclocked to 4.0 ghz since the day I bought it, 5 years ago, on stock cooling with no issues whatsoever. This thing is just a beast. There are definitely faster CPUs out there these days, but if you can get a good deal on an i5 2500k it will not let you down.
Zusammenfassung: I don't do any special modifications to my processor, so I keep the stock fan. All I wanted to say is that the fan is almost completely silent and I haven't had any issue with overheating.
Zusammenfassung: It's a cheap old CPU. Shipped from like 20 minutes away and got to me in 2 days. It's an older gaming CPU that's still pretty capable for what I use it for. It went into a $450 gaming PC G Skill 8gB, R9 380, i5 2400. Runs most games 1080@60fps Maxed out
Great even for 2016 after using it for more that 4 years!!
Eduardo Sanchez, Amazon
9 Januar 2016
Zusammenfassung: I write this because I just built a new gaming righ with a Xeon E3-1246 V3 (cheaper than i7) and to be honest the new machine is faster but not what you would spect after 4 years of new processors.