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Written by Mathew Williams   
Tuesday, 08 September 2009
Table of Contents: Page Index
Intel Core i5-750 Processor BX80605I5750
Features and Specifications
Closer Look: Core i5-750
Testing and Results
Lavalys EVEREST
Passmark PerformanceTest
PCMark05 Benchmark Suite
Crysis Gaming Tests
Devil May Cry 4 Gaming Tests
SPECperfview 10 CATIA
MAXON CINEBENCH R10
Performance Features and Overclocking
Power Consumption
Intel Lynnfield Final Thoughts
Core i5-750 Conclusion

EVEREST Benchmark Tests

EVEREST Ultimate Edition is an industry leading system diagnostics and benchmarking solution for enthusiasts PC users, based on the award-winning EVEREST Technology. During system optimizations and tweaking it provides essential system and overclock information, advanced hardware monitoring and diagnostics capabilities to check the effects of the applied settings. CPU, FPU and memory benchmarks are available to measure the actual system performance and compare it to previous states or other systems. Furthermore, complete software, operating system and security information makes EVEREST Ultimate Edition a comprehensive system diagnostics tool that offers a total of 100 pages of information about your PC.

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The results of EVEREST's memory tests are a bit unexpected. Despite being reduced to dual channel memory, it appears that the new Lynnfield processors can still keep up with the i7-920. In fact, the i5-750 even pulls ahead in memory read and write bandwidth. It's only in the copy test that the 920 appears to have an advantage. Compared to the AMD Phenom II X4 965 and the Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450, the Core i7-750 has a commanding lead. Keep in mind, though, that the tests were run at DDR3-1066. Higher bandwidth memory may results in different performance dynamics.

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Moving on to integer tests, the rankings are much closer together, with the Core i5-750 coming in just behind the X4 965. The Core i7-870, on the other hand, actually manages to take the lead over the i7-920 in the Queen and AES benchmarks.

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In the floating point benchmarks, the situation changes a bit. The Core i7-870 takes the lead, the i5-750 comes in second, and the AMD X4 965 and Intel Q9450 battle it out for last place.



 

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# Why is the i7-920 suddenly out of the mix on page?Fred Ubercake 2010-02-17 09:30
Why not continue to include the i7-920 in the benchmark graphs? I don't get it.
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# How can you say...Fred Ubercake 2010-02-17 09:35
..."in many tests, it even matched the Core i7-920" when the charts suddenly don't include it from the PCMark page on???
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# Why Windows XP and not Win 7Julian 2010-10-11 12:54
Why are you using Windows XP and not the Win 7 64. I believe Windows 7 can achieve better results aspecialy 64 bit
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# Windows 7 hadn't been released yetOlin Coles 2010-10-11 12:57
If I had to guess, it's because Microsoft Windows 7 didn't arrive until about two months after this article was published.
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