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Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3.0GHz LGA 775 95W Quad-Core Desktop Processor
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Rating: 9.54/10
With 13 User Reviews
MP40@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/27/10
Cons: NONE

Pros: Very fast CPU, lots of power run cold.
Comment:
Bought this CPU to replace my Q9450. I know it is a LGA775, and everybody are screaming ICore blabla etc.. Honestly why I should spend 1K+ to get a new ICore mobo etc.. My configuration its fast enough, specs are.CPU -- Q9650MOBO -- Gigabyte P45RAM -- 8GB Kingston 1066 Dual channelHD -- 2TB - WB Caviar Black on RAID0GPU -- ATI Radeon ROG MATRIX HD5870 2GBCASE -- Thernaltake Armor Black Full TowerMONITOR -- Novita Hybrid + TV Tuner 26Inch LCDEverything on custom WC.OC No need at all cause the CPu and the rest are capable to manage everything smooth and easy.CheersMarco
Adrian_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/31/10
Cons: A little bit expensive though i u could get it at 300 flat or less, than it becomes great value.

Pros: Fast, low temp, Overclockable, decent value, great upgrade, and a piece of mind for the future.
Comment:
I got this puppy a few days ago, and right off the bat in HD Max/Maya rendering it more than doubled the performance of my dual core which wasn't a slouch at 3600mhz. But at over 4Ghz its is just mesmerizing. Make sure you have good ram to sink up with the FSB, and your gonna see some major lying :P. Previous owner maybe have been to hasty, as there is nothing wrong with his CPU, but rather with his mobo support, can't blame the Cpu for that. Make sure you do your research guys! Good ast ram, good PSU! and Water cooling if OC-ing, u will enjoy it much more. I got mine to 4050Mhz on second attempt (3600 first) and 4250 on third, on my 780i sli, gonna try for the darker side of 4500 it on my 790 Ultra nextLucked out on its manufacture as it was made this year in January, so it has a lot of head room to play.Most gamers wont see a big improvement in FPS, if that's what ure hoping to be your saving grace. Nope, but Pro and multi-threaded apps will love it. For Gaming get a better GPU thats where its at, just built a i7-930 system or my friend and in Crysis/Dirt2/or whatever and most other games there's only about a 2-5 fps difference between the two, give it some gtx470/480 loving for best results :)Intel has done a great job with its recent chips, ans this is no exception. All that get this chip will get a silly grin on their face in their pro apps. Enjoy!!!
Andrew_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/04/10
Cons: Paired with the P35 chipset, these newer 45nm CPU's are not the easiest to work with. You cannot obtain as high of a fsb bus as you would with a 65nm Quad Core CPU. Much less CPU VTT is to be used if you do not wish to permanently destroy your CPU where as 65nm CPU's could handle much higher levels of CPU VTT.Price compared to what you can get from a new i7 system.

Pros: Much less power needed to run when compared to previous generation Quad Core CPU's.Much higher clocks easily obtained on lower voltages than previous generation Quad Core CPU's.Additional 4mb of Cache over previous generation Quad Core CPU's.SSE4 instruction set added which previous generation Quad Core CPU's did not contain.
Comment:
Be sure to check for 100% compatibility with your current motherboard and be sure you are on the absolute latest bios as well, especially if on a P35 based chipset. My board cannot handle this cpu with as high of a fsb as my Q6600 was able to handle. My board (DFI P35 UT T2R) also has a real bastard of a time posting unless I cold boot it with the PSU being off for awhile. My Q6600 never had an issue. Upon powering up all fans will go to 100% speed and my screen will remain black. A real pain in the ass. Once the system is successfully posted however it does run just fine if you have your bios setup properly. All in all for the price I payed, I kinda wish I had stayed with my Q6600 for the ease of booting and non finicky tweaking of the bios to get the 45nm chip to run properly. Not a knock on the CPU of any kind, but one must know a P45 based chipset is best for these newer CPU's which I was not aware of until after I had ordered it of course. I was able to gain 200mhz on my cpu, gained the additional 4mb of cache and the SSE4 instructions and knocked 20w+ off my load by going to this cpu but I was hoping for more. I lost 25mhz on my FSB which also means I am stuck with lower memory speeds too. Pretty much a trade off in speed from what I had for $350 spent.
daniel_d@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/10/10
Cons: supposedly i5s and i7's outbenchmark it.

Pros: fit right into my dual core mobo
Comment:
This thing is super fast in everything i can thow at it for photoshop, complex rendering etc. Haven't tried any games on it yet but it's incredible all bencharks show that.
jim_f@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/09/09
Cons: none that I know of, completely satisfied

Pros: overclocks wellfastgood temps
Comment:
This is great chip overclocks easy with right board. Got mine up to 4500mhz on water but running it 24/7 at 4275mhz with 37c idle 44c load
HellsRelentless@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/09/09
Cons: I have not found anything wrong with this processor yet and will last me for a few years. Untill I9 comes out

Pros: Very powerful cpu. Very worth the extra $ if you have it.
Comment:
Runs cooler then my Q6600, and is as fast as my Q6600 OC to 3.2Ghz. Now upgrading from a Q6600, very pleased with this processor and look forward to using it at 4Ghz.
JonZ@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/15/09
Cons: price

Pros: good overclocker
Comment:
Bought to replace my e5600. Great performances, very good for games like ArmA II. Great overclocker too. It a tad pricey but get yourself a Dark Knight cooler and clock this baby to 4ghz and it would be worth it.
NArkshaRK@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/06/09
Cons: price (even with PM)

Pros: performance, good pricematch
Comment:
Got this for a client that wanted a PC that would be top notch for a long time. He's really happy with it, and was able to OC it very easily.
cwrea@NCIX
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Review Date: 06/09/09
Cons: This runs hotter than I expected.

Pros: Large cache, 4 cores, and fast!
Comment:
I installed this fast CPU in my primary system, and while it runs well, I don't find the included stock heat sink and fan to be sufficient. You may need to use an aftermarket HSF instead of the stock Intel HSF.
TurkeyPineapple@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/04/09
Cons: reasonably priced yet still not cheap

Pros: very fast,easy overclock to 4 GHz
Comment:
Bought this looking for an overclock to to 4 GHz. It did it easily at 1.26 volts...just barely over stock voltage. Needless to say it runs cool and is very fast.
steve_h@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/20/08
Cons: none

Pros: runs way cooler then the 65 nm quadsgreat overclocking
Comment:
i upgraded from a qx6700 , it was way worth the upgrade !at stock speeds it is noticeably faster then the qx6700 with 100 % load (other apps open way faster !)i can run this cpu at 3.7 with everything a stock voltages !!!!(1.25)my qx6700 required uping the voltage to 1.45 . i should be able to reach at least 4.0 with very little effort , i'm hoping for 4.2-4.3i highly recommend this chip
Brook_D@NCIX
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Review Date: 10/18/08
Cons: Cant overvolt too high. Dont go over 1.4v on core unless u want an early death!Expensive

Pros: Good overclockerRuns coolFAST!
Comment:
Wicked chip! Expensive but when u can overclock a quad to 4.0 Ghz and get her stable with good temps and low voltage i thinks its worth it!
Dean_M@NCIX
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Review Date: 10/04/08
Cons: None, I mean, come on, it's a quad core

Pros: Very clockable!Screams even on stock options
Comment:
Infinitely more clockable than my last chip, I am having a lot of fun with it, getting it up to 3.8 and will try 4.0 and beyond soon!
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Product Specifications

Model
BrandIntel
Processors TypeDesktop
SeriesCore 2 Quad
ModelBX80569Q9650
CPU Socket Type
CPU Socket TypeLGA 775
Tech Spec
Multi-CoreQuad-Core
NameCore 2 Quad Q9650
Operating Frequency3.0GHz
FSB1333MHz
L2 Cache12MB
Manufacturing Tech45 nm
64 bit SupportYes
Virtualization Technology SupportYes
Voltage0.85V – 1.3625V
Thermal Power95W
Cooling DeviceHeatsink and Fan included
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts3 years limited
Labor3 years limited

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