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Intel Core i5 4570 Quad Core 3.2GHZ Processor LGA1150 Haswell 6MB Cache Retail
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Rating: 9.2/10
With 10 User Reviews
CanadianBacon05@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/25/14
Cons: None thus far

Pros: Great performance for priceNon-k version, so no overclocking. I had no intention of doing so, allows me to keep stock cooler without extra expense. No need for aftermarket cooler, stays at a great temperature range.
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Paired this with Asus Z87m-Plus board, GTX750ti, 8gb 1866 CL9, and 128gb SSD. System runs amazing. Nice and quiet, stock cooler runs fine, don't bother with aftermarket. Highly recommend.
bien_a@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/07/14
Cons: crappy oem heatsink, non-K, no-HT

Pros: fast enough, runs cool, better performance
Comment:
Currently in the middle of a SFF/m-ITX gaming build. I held off buying the processor until the price reaches sub-CAN$200. The i5-4440 and i5-4430 would have been decent contenders except I got the i5-4570 cheaper than the other two. The lower clock speed of the two other i5's meant a compromise in single-threaded apps where even an i3-4340 i 3.6GHz might fare better and cost another $50 less.I am sure a lot of people would argue that more cores is better but realistically, 2 (or roughly 2-1/2 cores with HT) is usually sufficient for most games with the brunt of the lifting assigned to the GPU. I'm neither a AMD or Intel fanboy. I simply purchase stuff based on price, performance and availability. I've got a few systems at the house (low and mid-end builds) that are all purpose-built (I have a 1090T and a 3770K desktop, GF has a FX-4100 and FX-8350 and a mediaPC running/file and print server running an A6-5400). However, all these are ATX and MATX builds. I wanted to see how far the m-ITX platform has progressed since the day of the embedded Atoms. I have the 4570 running on an Asus board on top of my desk. Currently just an open testbench will all of the parts connected together while I finish my scratchbuild case. With the stock cooler, OCCT (www.ocbase.com) fails between 2-5 mniutes with at least one core reporting 75C. With a Hyper212 plus passive, it wont even break 55C. A single low speed fan lowers the temp even further.No plans on overclocking for this build
stanley_l@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/13/14
Cons: Garbage heatsinkLacking compared to 4670/k

Pros: PriceRuns fast
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I bought this to save the extra money to use elsewhere in my build, instead of going with the 4670. Note that this is non k and doesnt have ht
SpookyNeo@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/31/14
Cons: No HyperthreadingFan is noisy past 1300rpm

Pros: Good performances for the priceIntel technologies
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It is my first Intel build. I've been building AMD builds for the past 10 years, but I decided to switch to Intel. AMD unfortunately have more drivers issues and I got sick of this. I am not disapointed after I made the switch. Everything works, including great Intel technologies such as RapidStart and QuickSync.Unfortunately, there is no hyperthreading on this CPU and it is a non-K version, which is not overclockable. But I knew that before buying it and I knew I didn't need a more powerful processor for my needs. I find, however, Intel processors a bit expensive and I would have prefer HT included, but it's still very good for my needs.I'm probably going to change the stock cooler soon. I can hear it everytime it higher than 1300rpm and it is not a very pleasant noise. It is a high pitch noise. I'm thinking about dropping a Noctua U12S.Overall, great buy for people who don't want to overclock. It should be good for gamers as well, just get a decent graphic card.
MafiaHack@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/17/14
Cons: No HT, 4 cores only.

Pros: Fast, runs fairly cool, good price
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I bought this thinking it had HT...sadly it does not. Which is fine. It runs great and all. No issues what-so-ever. Beware if you're looking for a HT i5.
Ayuko_T@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/02/13
Cons: None at all

Pros: Fast, good integrated graphics, quad core, turbo boost
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Very good Intel CPU for people building their first PC. Does not overclock, but it does have turbo boost 2.0. The integrated graphics can handle most games at lower resolutions and settings. I highly recommend this i5 for people looking for good quad core performance but aren't overclocking.
Jonathan_R@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/27/13
Cons: None

Pros: Great Low Power Fast CPU
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Fast, not much faster that previous generations.4 cores, no HT. Its more than enough for severe multitasking.
MegaMech@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/03/13
Cons: The intel sticker is kinda crappy. The stickers copyright sucks. It "entitles" you to stick it in the 'front bezel of your case I put the sticker inside my case on the harddrive cage. easy to see but not in your face! Intel I "entitle" you to stick your sticker along with your stupid copyright up your ...Anyway the manual if I remember correctly didn't have much in it. It's like 6 pages of how to install and that's it.

Pros: Anyone who wants to cheap out a little bit and not buy a full blown K series cpu, but not get complete crap should consider this cpu.
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For my own custom build I just couldn't find the cpu that I needed. I couldn't use AMD (theorized bottleneck, no matx mobos that support sata3 usb3 etc.)Intel's cpu's all start at 200 dollars, there's no inbetween. You either get Crap for 150 i3's, amd, etc. Or you get the best for 250 dollars. (exaggeration, more like 220 dollars)I found this haswell cpu, non-k and Heyo! It's 200 dollars. It can almost compete with the 3570k! I'm using it for gaming and it runs super! It seems to turbo boost to 3.4 a lot. Using stock cooler. (except idling at desktop sticks with below 3.2)It's basically the perfect cpu for me. I'm not spending an extra 50 bucks to get a cpu cooler, so no overclocking which isn't really worth while anyway (nor is it needed). I jammed it in an H87m-Plus along with powercolors 7970 and 8GB of ram. All inside a Corsair 350DSo far this cpu runs well. No problems, no over heating. No freezing. It's speedy and my pc starts up reasonably fast. (I don't have an SSD (yet) but if it did it you could probably call my PC lightning)Overall i'm satisfied with the performance of my cpu
Geoffrey_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 09/28/13
Cons: - no hyperthreading (still limited to i7 line now)

Pros: - quad core- "low power" compared to previous Core i-generation processors- very cool even when under full load- new iGPU 4600 is actually pretty good for basic gaming if necessary
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No complaints about this processor. Previous reviewer complained that it doesn't allow overclocking, but if they did some research they would have found that the "K" model allows overclocking. The non-K models have options for virtualisation for users who require it to work with virtual machines and the like.The only issue I have is that it doesn't have hyperthreading, but it seems that Intel is still limiting this handy feature for the i7 line. This is especially useful for users like myself who deal with virtual machines all the time and want to offload some of the CPU time to background threads.
Dillon_M@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/08/13
Cons: - Gets hot at times

Pros: - Fast- Runs perfectly under load
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Amazing CPU for really any needs and its cheap for its class. You can't overclock this sadly but it does have Turbo boost 2.0 which allows the CPU to increase its rates when it is needed.
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Quad Core CPU

Intel Core i5-4570 Processor (6M Cache,3.20 GHz)
The Intel Core i5-4570 Processor (6M Cache,3.20 GHz) offers incredible performance and stunning visuals with a range of Intel® technologies that will thrill you. You can power up your Desktop with this processor which comes with LGA1150 Interface that ensures stable integration to your motherboard. With a speed of 3.2GHz it offers a continuous and unlimited computing experience. The higher-level 6M L3 cache enhances the speed and computing productivity. It is also advanced with Intel HD Graphics 4600 that runs at a speed of 1150 MHZ and delivers a seamless graphic experience when you're viewing and manipulating pictures or media on your PC. Included with 84 Watt Fan, it ensures silent and cool operations. Buy the Intel Core i5-4570 Processor (6M Cache,3.20 GHz) today!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • LGA1150 Interface; ensures stable integration to your motherboard
  • 3.2GHz speed; offers a continuous and unlimited computing experience
  • 6M L3 cache; enhances the speed and computing productivity
  • Intel HD Graphics 4600 with 1150 MHZ speed; delivers a seamless graphic experience while viewing pictures or media on your PC
  • 84 Watt Fan; ensures silent and cool operations

Product Specifications

Model
BrandIntel
SeriesCore i5
ModelBX80646I54570
CPU Socket Type
CPU Socket TypeLGA 1150
Tech Spec
CoreHaswell
Multi-CoreQuad-Core
NameCore i5-4570
Operating Frequency3.2GHz
L3 Cache6MB
Manufacturing Tech22 nm
64 bit SupportYes
Integrated Memory Controller SpeedDDR3
Virtualization Technology SupportYes
Integrated GraphicsIntel HD Graphics
Thermal Design Power84W
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