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Intel HD Graphics 530
Maximum Supported Memory
Includes CPU Cooler
- 4 x 32 kB Instruction
- 4 x 32 kB Data
4 x 256 kB
1 x 8 MB
- 39 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build i7 workstation. It's green, but also white.
I wanted an i7 for the hyperthreading. I do a lot of photography and light video editing, coming from an AMD platform, I would probably do heavier video editing now with the i7. Didn't feel like spending the extra $100+ for the 6700k, plus this was on sale and is rated at a lower wattage. Trying to be green here. I'm not interested in squeezing every last GHz out of my processor anyway. But I do want reliability, silence, and low power. My mobo detected the processor accurately and it works great so far. Runs around 20C with the AIO watercooler.
- 38 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Gurren Lagann
I got it cheap second hand on ebay and it overclocked like a champ... has been running steadily at 4.5GHZ. I haven't tried to go any higher, it's not really needed.
- 27 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build My Crysis 3 Killer
Works like a charm. Didn't go with the k version to save some money and mostly just wanted the cheapest skylake with hyperthreading and turboboost.
- 26 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build Black Diamond, First completed build!
Didn't really want to stress and overclock my cpu as I hoped to have something fast running for a couple years. As far as I can tell overclocking would be more for pushing system capabilities, oftentimes solely for the sake of cranking out high numbers or for minimal performance upgrades. Am I wrong on this? Personally, I was fine doing without the unlocked i7, and settled with the latest (at the time of purchase) i7-6700. It has been awesome so far, the performance is prime and had had only negligible hiccups as the 3.4 -4.0 ghz speed has been more than enough to handle any workload I throw at it.
- 24 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Shimada - $540 Gaming PC [First Build]
It's fast and runs cool. Needless to say it was an amazing deal for $100.
- 23 points
- 50 months ago
from completed build Our new family PC
Does the job, if you're not interested in spending time overclocking the last ounce of performance out of the CPU.
- 23 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build Black/Red Phanteks Evolv ATX Build
Great CPU for gaming and video editing/rendering. Perfect match for H170 motherboards.
- 21 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Build #2017-001: The Little White Elephant
Top-tier locked Core CPU from the Skylake family. Really nice performance and retrospectively it has aged well enough to have a favourable performance delta compared to Haswell Refresh. The cooler is a puny piece of crap with no copper slug, so any aftermarket cooler is welcome.
- 17 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Arctic Frost (First gaming PC)
Good for what I needed (I already had this inside a store bought pc)