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Intel Core i7

Constantly complaining about your computer being slow? It doesn't start up or open applications fast enough? You need the top of the line CPU (computer processing unit) with all of the bells and whistles that makes a computer a high-performance computer – you need an Intel Core i7 processor. Read more below!

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Intel Core i7 Singapore - True Ultimate Power

Intel Core i7 processors are the flagship processors, they are top of the line for ultimate computing performance. Your computer will be lighting fast and programs will open and close almost instantaneously with nary a hitch. With clock speeds of up to 4.00 Ghz on the high-end quad-coremodel, you definitely cannot go wrong with an Intel Core i7.

Intel Core i7 Singapore - Intel Hyper-Threading Technology

Intel Hyper-Threading is a very innovative breakthrough for Intel core processors. What it does is that it helps the processor to run more efficiently, enabling multiple threads on each single core, thus increasing the overall performance of the processor. In layman's terms: It enables each core of the Intel Core processor to run several different demanding programs at the same time, while maintaining consistent responsiveness throughout the system.

If you are a person who runs several different programs and applications on your computer at the same time, you will undoubtedly see smoother performance throughout the computer's overall performance.

Intel Core i7 Singapore - Intel Iris Graphics

Most computers that run on Intel Core processors typically also have an integrated graphics processing unit (GPU) in the chipset as well. Though theolder integrated GPUs have a decent enough performance for most basic and casual graphical tasks, they are typically not powerful enough to run anything intensive.

With Intel Iris Graphics however, it is powerful enough to play a number of games on low to medium settings. The powerful Intel Iris Graphics can also output Ultra High Definition (4K) videos on three screens without any slowdowns or screen tearing. If you are a video maker, you can even edit videos with the integrated GPU! This is especially most beneficial to video producers who are constantly travelling and often use a laptop or Ultrabook for their work.

Overclocking with Unlocked Intel Core i7 processors Singapore

Intel Core i7 processors are already very powerful, but there are those who still want to go further, who want to push the limits and acquire outstanding performance. That is where unlocked Intel Core processors come in. Unlocked Core i7 processors come with Intel's own overclocking toolkit that will allow you to unleash the beast within. The processor will accelerate its clock speeds to its limit and you will experience processing speeds unlike no other that you have seen before.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-07-04
Late May we published a huge round-up of 45 desktop processors , followed by a review of Intel's fourth generation Core processors . Our readers immediately, and understandably, came with the request for a similar group test of laptop processors. It's a...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-28
On June 4 Intel is launching its next generation Core processors, also called Haswell. That means it's the perfect opportunity for us to retest all current processors and a number of older ones with a completely new test configuration. It will not only ...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-23
Benchmarking 86 CPUs takes a while. After long last, though, we have 51 models from AMD and 35 from Intel tested in our current suite. If you want to know how your processor sizes up to its competition, you'll find plenty of comparison data inside! 86 C...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Measuring electrical quantities of PC enclosure is a curious task. It's particularly interesting and informative to measure platform's consumed power and energy consumption, two different things people tend to mix up. Let's clear the definitions first:...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-20
The fastest Sandy Bridge chip available. Good for overclocking.Expensive for a mainstream processor. Integrated video capabilities are insufficient for enthusiasts. Not much faster than the Core i7-2600K
When Intel released its line of second-generation Core processors a year ago (under the “Sandy Bridge” code name), it offered consumers new opportunities in various areas of CPU performance, regardless of how much you wanted to spend. The top chip at laun...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-09
Although Intel has released some super high-end CPUs in the $1000+ range recently, not everyone is looking to spend that much on a system build. On the lower end, the Core i5 series is still offered, with the 2500K leading the way with its 3.7 GHz tur...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-29
The new LGA 2011 platform for enthusiasts didn’t really impress us that much at launch. Of course, it was not worse than the previous LGA 1366 and LGA 1155 platforms, but it still couldn’t be called a real break-through revolutionary product, to be hon...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-22
Performance with applications, Performance with games, Turbo mode and HyperThreading, Reasonable power consumption, Integrated graphics chip can improve video decoding/encoding and support 3D Bluray contentIntegrated graphics chip doesn't support DirectX 11, which would have improved the bitrate in some games.
The Intel Core i7 2700K CPU has almost identical tech sepcs to the Core i7 2600K. In fact, the only difference is the clock speed, with the 2700K boasting an extra 100 MHz. Out of the box, then, the four cores are clocked at 3.5 GHz and can be pushed u...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-01
The fastest CPU in the real world, Lots of overclocking headroomBarely any better than the old 2600K, No new features
The vanilla Sandy Bridge lineup has a new chip in the Intel Core i7 2700K . As well as populating a new socket with the Sandy Bridge E Intel Core i7 3960X, it has seen fit to give us another brilliant processor, but what makes it different to the Intel...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-01
The fastest CPU in the real world, Lots of overclocking headroomBarely any better than the old 2600K, No new features
The vanilla Sandy Bridge lineup has a new chip in the Intel Core i7 2700K . As well as populating a new socket with the Sandy Bridge E Intel Core i7 3960X, it has seen fit to give us another brilliant processor, but what makes it different to the Intel Co...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-28
We've known for a little while now, that Intel had something up their sleeves with regards to Sandybridge and now that the cat is out of the bag, we can shout out that it's the i7 2700k. Taking over as the Sandy Bridge flagship processor is quite vital in...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-27
1.5 ghz overclock on air with modest cooling, new performance leader in sub £300 sector, efficient power consumption, Unlocked, Overclockers will love it,
Intel have had a hell of a year, with little competition offered in the enthusiast sector. AMD’s Bulldozer chip looked promising, but sadly fell short of the mark, even with double the physical cores. The Core i7 2500k and 2600k have remained the en...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-24
Intel has finally launched the Intel Core i7 2700K Sandy Bridge processor! It wasn't a well kept secret that Intel was going to be releasing the Core i7-2700K processor this fall. The Intel Core i7 2700K first popped up on our radar last month when ...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-31
Let's show the basic specs of all Core i7 processors released to date in a series of quick-reference tables. The Core i7 was the first Intel processor to bring an integrated memory controller, feature available on AMD processors since the Athlon 64. In...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
We will be running each through a selection of real world tests to establish how they compare to the latest offerings from AMD, and finding out how well they overclock using the unlocked multiplier.
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Processor family

Intel Core i7-2xxx

Processor frequency

3.5 GHz

Processor cores


Processor socket

Socket H2 (LGA 1155)

Component for


Processor lithography

32 nm

Processor model


Processor threads


System bus rate

5 GT/s

Processor operating modes


Processor cache

8 MB

Processor cache type




CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)


Processor boost frequency

3.9 GHz


Maximum internal memory supported by processor

32 GB

Memory clock speeds supported by processor

1066,1333 MHz

Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)

21 GB/s

Memory channels supported by processor


ECC supported by processor


Thermal Design Power (TDP)

95 W

Processor ARK ID