Upgrade your CPU Processor for under $250

It’s The Holiday season again, are you looking to upgrade cpu for your Desktop Computer? Upgrade to Intel’s new 4th Generation Core i5 CPU

 

About The new 4th Generation i5 CPU

upgrade cpuIntel’s new 4th Generation CPUs is codenamed Haswell and is the successor to the Ivy Bridge architecture. It is designed to optimize the power savings and performance, and it uses the 22nm process. 

Intel Core i5-4670K Quad-Core Desktop Processor 3.4 GHZ 6 MB Cache – BX80646I54670K

Key Features:

  • 22 nm Haswell 84W
  • 6MB L3 Cache
  • Intel HD Graphics

 

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Benefits of 4th Gen Processors.

1. Added boost of speed  when you need it,

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with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, your PC will automatically provide more performance when you need it.

2. Great visual performance,

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You will enjoy and experience everything in rich, lifelike HD detail. 

3. Excellent Power Efficiency

With sleek, attractive and slim system designs and cooler, quieter-running systems that consume less energy while offering exceptional performance. 

4. Built-in security

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This will help keep data safe and Protected 24/7. Both for business and home.  Provides protection from some of the most common types of malware attacks with features that help protect data and the pc itself

 

Key Features

  • Energy-efficient performance for data-intensive business applications
  • Enable users to optimize and scale computing environments that maximize server utilization to workload
  • Workstation users can design, model, create, and visualize faster on innovation platforms powered by Intel Xeon processors
  • Quad-Core
  • Intel Wireless Display, 3 Year Limited Warranty

 

 

 

Final Thoughts

Overall Intel’s new Haswell Processors are great for gamers or computer enthusiast  who need extra performance boost.  Ensure that you have a good CPU cooler and that you have installed the stock CPU Cooler correctly, as some people have complained that it runs a little hotter then previous generation processors, but if you perform those simple steps you should be fine.

What have your experiences been with Intel Processors? I’d like to hear from you.  Leave your comments and I will try to respond within 24hrs

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Technology Enthusiast, blogger and Microsoft Certified Professional

Anthony Rousek
Technology Enthusiast, blogger and Microsoft Certified Professional