Core i5-3350P 3.1GHz
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Core i5-3350P 3.1GHz Review
The Intel i5-3350P is a recent addition to the Ivy Bridge family of desktop processors. It is a quad core, just ike all i5 processors, with 6MB of L3 cache, clocked at 3.1GHz, with Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz. It is enough to run any current game with maximum settings, and should be capable in most systems that don't feature more than two graphics cards. Its low power consumption and relatively low price make it an attractive offering for those looking for a fast processor to use with a budget computer build.
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3.1 GHz
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xifinx
15:56 Mar-03-2014
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Would gtx 770 windforce 3x oc work well with my cpu? Im thinking of upgrading in the future.

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untio1
17:44 Dec-22-2013
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will the nvidia gtx 650 ti boost go well with this CPU?

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ProBook4430s
11:00 Dec-30-2013

Yes, but better u choose GTX 660 Ti/670, … :D

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untio1
19:31 May-05-2014
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Thanks, got the GTX 660 for a while now and I love it!

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ProBook4430s
05:31 May-06-2014

Yeah, nice for u, but dont forget to verify that RIG. :D

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Pepezone
13:42 Nov-17-2013
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Will this bottleneck 670?

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Generalissimo
13:39 Nov-20-2013
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no, very nice combo

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samuelorr1234
07:34 Oct-25-2013
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Will this be good for future games?( Battlefield 4, watchdogs etc.)

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Generalissimo
13:41 Nov-20-2013
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4 cores are not considered ultra-futureproof, but there are 4 strong ivy bridge cores, so it's quite futureproof. it can last for more than years in my opinion, although 3 years from now it won't be as awesome as it is now

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patraulea1991
11:13 Oct-22-2013
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is this cpu good ? i will buy it this week. I need it just for games, rez 1920x1080.. you will recomand me this on or amd fx 6300 ?

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IRONBATMAN
09:41 Oct-24-2013
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They both have similar performance , but the FX 6300 has an unlocked multiplier , while the i5-3350P . You could say that the FX 6300 is more futureproof since Intel won't be using their Ivy-Bridge sockets anymore , but if you think about it , there would be better CPUs in future and maybe with a similar price.

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samuelorr1234
04:49 Oct-19-2013
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Will this bottleneck my graphics cards

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lonleondon
14:00 Nov-01-2013
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Nope. not at all.

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top025
17:18 Oct-02-2013
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To this processor fitted with 6850toxic and 8GB of ram? :)

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mylive21
16:20 Aug-27-2013
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is it better to go from i3 to this cpu and leave gpu same,or leave i3 and get 7850?

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IRONBATMAN
09:43 Oct-24-2013
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I would recommend buying the HD 7850 as the GPU is used more than the CPU in gaming but of course , you do need a good CPU. The i3 2120 isn't too bad , but can your PSU handle the HD 7850 ?

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exhampriory
18:34 Aug-19-2013
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Could this Processor handle another HD7870 OC smoothly if I wanted to drop in a second one?

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lonleondon
14:01 Nov-01-2013
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It will handle it but you will get a minor bottleneck :)

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GAMINGPC
15:57 Jul-14-2013
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Can somebody tell me why the turbo boost is not working for me :( i have enabled the turbo boost in BIOS but it still says that i have 3.10 ghz :( why is it not working?

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DrDullahan
14:40 Aug-14-2013
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It's weird no one replied to you for a entire month. It might not be working thanks to your pc deeming it is not needed or because of heating issues. There are ways to force turbo boost, however I haven't the knowledge for that.

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Generalissimo
13:43 Nov-20-2013
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perhaps in bios only the default clock is shown, and not the turbo boost, not sure

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