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Intel Core i7-5775C Price in Malaysia

Compare Prices of Intel Core i7-5775C

Best price for Intel Core i7-5775C in Malaysia is RM 2,975.32

You can buy the Intel Core i7-5775C at the lowest price of RM 2,975.32 from Lazada.
Alternatively, the Intel Core i7-5775C is also sold in Philippines at Lazada with the price of RM 2,847.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of RM 3,020.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of RM 4,015.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for Intel Core i7-5775C

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 2,975.32 MYR 2,975.00
Philippines PHP 38,038.00 MYR 2,847.00
Singapore SGD 1,019.20 MYR 3,020.00
Thailand THB 32,772 MYR 4,015.00

Specs of Intel Core i7-5775C

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelIntel® Core™ i7-5775C Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.70 GHz)
DateJun 2015
Processor family5th gen Intel® Core™ i7
Processor frequency3.3 GHz
Processor cores4
Processor socketLGA 1150 (Socket H3)
Component forPC
Processor lithography14 nm
Processor modeli7-5775C
Processor threads8
System bus rate6.4 GT/s
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Core i7-5700 Desktop series
Processor cache6 MB
Processor cache typeL3
Processor boost frequency3.7 GHz
Bus typeDMI2
Processor codenameBroadwell
Memory channels supported by processorDual
Maximum internal memory supported by processor32 GB
Memory types supported by processorDDR3L-SDRAM
Memory clock speeds supported by processor1333,1600 MHz
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)25.6 GB/s
ECC supported by processor
On-board graphics adapter
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 6200
Embedded DRAM (eDRAM) memory128 MB
Maximum on-board graphics adapter memory1.7 GB
On-board graphics adapter base frequency300 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)1150 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)3
On-board graphics adapter DirectX version11.2/12
On-board graphics adapter OpenGL version4.3
On-board graphics adapter maximum resolution (DisplayPort)4096 x 2304 pixels
On-board graphics adapter maximum resolution (HDMI)2560 x 1600 pixels
Number of execution units48
Thermal Design Power (TDP)65 W
Execute Disable Bit
Idle States
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Integrated 4G WiMAX
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes16
PCI Express slots version3.0
PCI Express configurations1x16,2x8,1x8+2x4
Supported instruction setsAVX 2.0,SSE4.1,SSE4.2
Processor package size37.5
CPU configuration (max)1
Embedded options available
Graphics & IMC lithography14 nm
Thermal solution specificationPCG 2013D
On-board graphics adapter ID1622
Processor ARK ID88040

Reviews of Intel Core i7-5775C
Reviewed on 2016-01-20
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Reviewed on 2017-10-05
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
This summer I wrote about some issues I had with the Core i7 5775C on Linux where under Ubuntu 15.04 the experience was unstable but this socketed Broadwell was running great on Fedora 22. Fortunately, the Ubuntu experience for the i7-5775C with Iris Grap...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-28
We tested the new high-end CPU from the fifth generation Core i processor family: the Core i7-5775C, which has four physical cores (more four logical cores thanks to the Hyper-Threading technology) running at 3.3 GHz with turbo clock up to 3.7 GHz, is man...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-20
Though obviously overshadowed by Skylake, these processors are more interesting for reasons beyond Intel's poor timing. Broadwell was never intended for the desktop so they exhibit qualities of mobile chips. To hit the lower power envelope, clock speeds a...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-06
In our first part of our Broadwell coverage , we rushed to test both the i7-5775C and the i5-5765C in our new benchmarking suite against the previous generation of Haswell processors as well as AMDs Kaveri lineup. In Part 2, we have spent more time with t...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-05
Good performance, overclocks well, Z170 platform offers new features.
Not much faster than Haswell, still quadcore, no heatsink included, needs new motherboard and RAM
In an unprecedented move, Intel has launched two desktop processor updates in as many months. June gave us the Broadwell for Desktop update , aka fifth-generation Intel Core Processors, and now here we are with the sixth-generation Intel Core Processors...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-02
Excellent Power to Performance Ratio, Capable Overclocker, Iris Pro HD6200 IGP Handles Most General Tasks
Power consumption was measured at the wall and temps monitored with Easy Tune. The system ran a full burn in benchmark for 30 minutes which is plenty of time given the warm ambient temps around here as of late.
The (5th Gen) Broadwell Core i7-5775C has a 14nm core while the (4th Gen) Devil's Canyon Core i7-4790K (reviewed here) has a 22nm process. The goal of this reduction in size is to reduce power consumption, manage thermal output and improve performance. In...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-24
Iris Pro 6200 Graphics, Decent Performance, Large eDRAM Cache
Not As Fast As Higher-Clocked Intel Processors, Pricey
We have covered Intel's Broadwell microarchitecture extensively over the last few months. The relatively high-performance and low-power characteristics of Broadwell make it a good fit for a wide range of devices and systems. And as such, Broadwell has fou...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-21
For the past few weeks I've been testing out the Core i7 5775C on Linux as mentioned in a few posts up to this point. While there were some initial headaches on getting this socketed Broadwell CPU playing nicely under Linux, once working around those prob...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-20
Intel Iris Graphics, Good Temperatures, Low Power Consumption, 1080p Gaming On Low settings With No Discrete GPU, L4 Cache, 14nm
Very Short LifeSpan, Anything Greater than 1st or 2nd Generation Core should wait for "Skylake"
We also have the argument of refresh or rebrand when we talk video cards, what I would consider a rebrand you may consider a refresh when we should actually consider it a speed bump. By simply increasing the frequency and decreasing power consumption by 5...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-20
Integrated graphics have come a long way since their earliest incarnations. Once upon a time they were so poor they were really only useful for displaying your desktop, and anything more demanding was too much for them to cope with. Since then we've seen...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-18
Earlier this week I posted some interesting Linux graphics benchmarks comparing the open-source Mesa/Gallium3D drivers for the Iris Pro 6200 Graphics on the Intel Core i7-5775C "Broadwell" CPU compared to several discrete graphics cards. Those results wer...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-18
For those of you following what Intel has been up to, they officially announced their Broadwell based CPUs at Computex this year. Last year we did see a Broadwell based Core-M CPU come out for some ultrbooks but beyond that everyone has been waiting to se...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-17
While it is important to recognize one's strengths and leverage it as an asset, accepting shortcomings and working on them is equally as important for the whole is greater than the sum of its parts . For others, it is hard to admit weakness in a certain a...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-15
Intel Core i7 5775C Broadwell-H Impressive - but not quite there yet ?Today we review the all new Intel Core i7 5775C processor, a CPU fabbed at a 14nm manufacturing node making these processors are a notch more energy friendly. Join us as we look at the...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-15
Improved power
Limited availability, likely the result of 14nm node's immaturity. Unimpressive performance and poor overclocking potential. For raw power (sans integrated graphics), the 4790K is cheaper and faster.
Last month, we got our first peek at Intel's new ‘Braswell' system-on-chip solutions in the form of the Pentium N3700 and Celeron N3050B. These new SoCs used the 14nm process and featured Intel's new Airmont CPU cores. When compared to the company's 22nm...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-09
Keeping with their Tick-Tock model, Intel's latest “Tick” CPU comes in the form of the i7 5775C. As is the case with “Tick” releases, we have a new manufacturing process that advances the Haswell 22nm manufacturing process to Broadwell's 14nm. The Broadwe...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-09
Last month we got our first look at Intel's new ‘Braswell' system-on-chip solutions in the form of the Pentium N3700 and Celeron N3050B. These new SoCs used the 14nm process and featured Intel's new Airmont CPU cores.When compared to the company's 22nm Si...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-08
Best integrated graphics performance we've seen from any socketed CPU to date, Compatible with most existing Z97 motherboards (after a BIOS update), Moderate 65-watt TDP, Tops the Core i7-4790K in some traditionally CPU-centric tests
CPU performance doesn't break new ground overall, AMD APUs offer integrated graphics that are good enough for gaming, while costing hundreds less
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