Intel Core i5-3470 Price & Specs in Malaysia October, 2021

The type of socket featured on this processor is the Intel. On top that, it has 4 number of cores while having 4 number of threads. The processor supports 1600MHz of clock speed and L1 cache type.
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The type of socket featured on this processor is the Intel. On top that, it has 4 number of cores while having 4 number of threads. The processor supports 1600MHz of clock speed and L1 cache type.
From RM 375.00
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Cheapest Intel Core i5-3470 Price in Malaysia is RM 375.00

The Intel Core i5-3470 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Intel Core i5-3470 price in Malaysia is RM 375.00 from Lazada. Intel Core i5-3470 price details are updated October 2021.

Intel Core i5-3470 Specs

Technical Details
Socket Intel
Boxed Yes
Box Version Without Fan
Number of Cores 4
Number of Threads 4
Max Frequency 3.6GHz
Turbo Boost Yes
Clock Frequency 2.9GHz
Clock Speed 1600MHz
Manufacturer Intel
Bit Architecture 64bit
Cache Type L1

Reviews of Intel Core i5-3470
Reviewed on 2012-10-03
In May this year, AMD officially launched its Trinity Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) that features the next generation APU architecture. It is built on a mature 32nm SOI process technology, using a second revision of the Bulldozer architecture. At its ...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-27
Though there are still some hotly anticipated titles due in 2016, we might already have the game of the year on our hands. Overwatch has been on our radar for a while now but it recently blew up in a big way with an open beta that attracted over 9 million...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-26
Although I didn't spend much time playing Batman: Arkham Origins, I remember the game rather well after testing it on no less than 30 graphics cards and 20 CPUs. Arkham Origins appeared to take full advantage of Unreal Engine 3, it ran smoothly on afforda...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-07
Review AMD Trinity and FX Desktop Processors Klaus Hinum, Till Schönborn ( translated by Martina Osztovits), 05/07/2013 Windows Ivy Bridge Gaming Desktop roundup. Notebookcheck leaves the beaten track: We compare current PC process...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-22
Today, AMD is releasing its second-generation of FX CPUs, dubbed “Vishera.” The FX-8350 is currently the highest-end model available, running at 4 GHz and costing USD 195. Let’s see how it fares against its main competitor, the Core i5-3470 (3.2 GHz, U...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-15
At the initial Ivy Bridge launch in Q2 2012, Intel released both the Intel Core i5-3470 and Core i5-3450. The latter model suffered a 100MHz clock speed disadvantage over the Core i5-3470. Pricing was set very interestingly, both chips would retail in the...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-07
If looking at the average CPU temperature through a variety of workloads, the Core i5 3470 had an average temperature at stock speeds with the reference Intel heatsink fan of 54.7°C, a peak of 81°C, and bottomed out under idling at 31°C. The overall ...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-23
As you may know, a while back, we came to some difficult realizations about the validity of our methods for testing PC gaming performance. In my article Inside the second: A new look at game benchmarking, we explained why the widely used frames-per-second...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-26
BX80637I53470 I5-3470 3.2GHZ 6MLowest Price:$194.99High Price: $225.86View 9 sellersJust a couple of short months ago, Intel released the desktop versions of its latest CPU architecture codenamed Ivy Bridge – and officially named the Intel 3rd Gene...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-31
Good Performance, Relatively Low Power Consumption, Quick Sync 2.0, Competitive Pricing
Only Partially Unlocked, Wimpy Integrated Graphics, No Hyper-Threading
Last month, Intel unleashed its highly anticipated Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. We had been hearing about Ivy Bridge for what seemed like an eternity leading up to the launch, and although not based a totally new design, Ivy Bridge would offer a numbe...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-31
Good performance for the price. Backward compatible with Sandy Bridge motherboards.
Multiplier not fully unlocked. Few major performance increases over previous-generation counterparts
Intel inaugurated its third-generation Core (aka "Ivy Bridge") line of processors in April with the Core i7-3770K, a higher-end mainstream chip aimed at those who wanted a taste of top performance but couldn't afford (or didn't want to splurge on) a more ...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-31
Intel's first 22nm CPU, codenamed Ivy Bridge, is off to an odd start. Intel unveiled many of the quad-core desktop and mobile parts last month, but only sampled a single chip to reviewers. Dual-core mobile parts are announced today, as are their ultr...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-11
The Core i5 was the second CPU from Intel to come with an integrated memory controller (the Core i7 was the first, while the Core i3 was the third), feature present on CPUs from AMD since the Athlon 64. Core i5 CPUs are based on the Core architecture, ...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-31
Our experience with the absolute high end of Intel's Ivy Bridge processor refresh has been great. Intel has done what it does best, tweaking its manufacturing technique to deliver small but noticeable gains upon the previous generation of processor.But to...
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