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LGA 1155 Socket CPU equivalent to the "Intel Core-i5 6600K"

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Is there a LGA1155 Socket CPU that's a equivalent or similar in performance to the "Intel Core-i5 6600K"?

Links would be appreciated.


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probably either 2500k or 3570k.

 

2500k is 2nd generation i5 :- http://ark.intel.com...-up-to-3_70-GHz

3570k is 3rd generation i5 :- http://ark.intel.com...-up-to-3_80-GHz

 

after 3rd gen i believe they changed the socket to 1150.

 

passmark benchmark scores for 6600k, 3570k, 2500k to give you an idea on how each cpu's performance compares.

http://www.cpubenchm...3.50GHz&id=2570

http://www.cpubenchm... 3.40GHz&id=828

http://www.cpubenchm... 3.30GHz&id=804

 

first number is the generation of the cpu's and the k means they are all unlocked and can be easily overclocked.

 

:popcorn:

 

should of added the i7's too seeing how your comparing a newer socket cpu to an older socket cpu.

 

i7 2600k :- http://ark.intel.com...-up-to-3_80-GHz

i7 3770k :- http://ark.intel.com...-up-to-3_90-GHz

 

passmark scores.

http://www.cpubenchm... 3.40GHz&id=868

http://www.cpubenchm... @ 3.50GHz&id=2

 

comparison of 3770k vs 6600k :- http://cpu.userbench...600K/1317vs3503

in general the rule is newer is always faster than older generations core for core.


Edited by terry1966, 26 November 2016 - 08:17 PM.

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