Want a system that can not only rock the latest game but also rip through your media? Then combining a 4th gen Intel Core processor in the LGA1150 socket with the latest Intel 8 Series Z chipset will get you the results you want. The built-in visuals of the 4th gen Intel Core processors deliver everything you need to enjoy a stunning and seamless graphic experience when viewing and interacting with pictures and media on your PC without the need for a discrete graphics card, thanks to Intel HD Graphics 4600—the new baseline for all 4th gen Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processors.
Unlocked Intel Core processors enable system tuning for the processor cores, memory, and power. Adjusting these settings provides extra performance and fexibility for more complex multimedia applications and immersive gaming. Whether you are a novice overclocker or a seasoned veteran, these processors will have you singing their praises in no time.
The Intel Core processor family delivers a great PC experience. Whether you are looking for improved performance, greater adaptability, or differentiated visual features, Intel has the processor to ft your needs. If you are using your PC for creativity, playing games, or everyday tasks such as homework and e-mail, these new processors make it easier to design, render, edit, play, and share.
Processor Number – i5-4670K
Nm Technology – 22
Core Frequency – 3.4GHz
Turbo Frequency – 3.8GHz
Cores – 4
Threads – 4
Turbo – Yes
Cache – 6M
Current Stepping – C0
Intel Core i5-4670K BX80646I54670K reviews collected by
Value for money
Scores 9.3 out of 10based on 77 reviews
10 out of 10
Fast Cool, even when slightly overclocked Better value than the Haswell i7
None known - though with Intel you do pay more for the power It is stupid to ask me to comment on reliability, when I've only just installed it, but previous Intel cpus never have given any trouble - nor have AMDs.
I got a pretty golden chip which runs at 4.8GHz normal/5.2GHz boost quite happily with a Corsair H100i cooling it. Even before overclocking the chip is impressively fast and the onboard graphics are capable of running many games (Eve Online, Guild Wars 2 and many others) at a playable quality on a 27" 1080p monitor.
A massive step up from my old 655k.
It does throw out a lot of heat so you'll need a very strong cooler for any serious overclocking.