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Intel Core i3-4130 3.4 3 FCLGA 1150 Processor BX80646I34130

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  • LGA 1150, 3.4GHz
  • Core i3-4130, Dual-Core
  • Power: 54W
  • Heatsink and Fan included
  • Cache: 3MB

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Reliable CPU and Adequate for Build Computer Build (Apps: Web browser, e-mail client, office productivity)OS: Windows 7 Home PremiumMOBO: ASUS H81M-E ATX DDR3 1333 LGA 1150CPU: Intel Core i3-4130 3.4 3 FCLGA 1150 CPUSDRAM: Kingston Technology HyperX 8 GB KHX1600C9D3K2/8GXCASE: Silverstone Black PS08BPS: Corsair CX Series 500 Watt, CX500MHDD: WD Blue 1 TB, WD10EZEXDVD: Lite-On DVD+/-RW, IHAS124-141. Install DVD, HDD, and PS in CASE2. Install CPU and SDRAM on MOBO3. Install completed MOBO in CASE4. Make cable connectionsI only use Intel CPUs for my builds. The i3 is more than adequate for the build. 5Power for the price I am using this in conjunction with an ASROCK Z87E-ITX - LGA1150 Intel Z87 Chipset DDR3 SATA3 USB3.0 WiFi Mini-ITX Motherboard and the performance is great. This processor is literally at the low end of i3 processors listed as compatible for that board, but this gives me far more power than I need for the HTPC I'm using it in.Back when Windows 7 was in beta, I bought a new MB with advanced features that weren't supported in older versions of Windows. So I needed a new processor at the time and went with a Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 Processor, which was far from low end. It was 75% more expensive than what this one costs now and this one outperforms it. While this is still a lower end processor, the fact that it can outperform a processor from a few years ago, with power to spare and better graphics capability, means that you can have something that's far more than an entry level PC with it. It used to be that a lower end Intel processor meant saving money by compromising. But depending on your needs, it might give you as much as you can throw at it. For real world applications in daily use, I get more performance out of the PC with this processor than I get out of my laptop with an i7. You need to go by your system as a whole.If you run the types of applications that truly need more power, you will know what they are and wouldn't be looking at this one. If you aren't sure that an i3 can meet your needs, for a typical user who runs multimedia applications, common gaming applications, web, email and office type applications, you probably won't see an advantage with a faster processor unless you use software to measure the difference. The throughput that you will get with any SSD will be the maximum, so there's no limitation in that respect. And if you don't find the graphics more than good enough for your purposes, you would probably be buying a separate video card anyway. 4Great, Affordable Processor for NAS Server When I was drawing up the blueprints on building my DIY NAS, the i3-4130 processor was one of the ones recommended by FreeNAS. The processor itself is much cheaper than the higher end CPUs recommended for a FreeNAS build (Xeon E3-1200), but packs enough punch to make sure you never have CPU issues.This processor also supports ECC RAM, which experts say is absolutely necessary when building a NAS server based on the ZFS file system. The Core i3 is one of the few non-Xeon processors that will support ECC.My build consists of:Intel Core i3 4130Crucial 8GBx2 (16GB Kit) ECC 1.35V DDR3 1600MHzSuperMicro X10SLM+-F-O Motherboard4x WD Red WD30EFRX 3TB in RAIDZ2SeaSonic G Series SSR-550RM 550W PSUExtremely happy with this processor. 5Best Price Performance CPU without sacrifice of Power If you plan to buy a Haswell Chipset motherboard....this is the dream DO EVERYTHING CPU. It has a low price point without sacrificing performance. As a professional IT person of 20 years.. here are my reasons. (1)- Most people recall the famous introduction of the i3, i5 and i7 CPUs in 2010. And many still seek out these older (used) first gen systems of this CPU for way too much money. DON'T DO THAT!.. because... (2) the i3-4130 dual core CPU (4th gen) is more powerful than earlier quad core of the same speed. It is also $ 80 cheaper and... (3)- new Haswell CPUs uses half the watts, giving off less heat (why give $40 a year to the power company?)... and... (4) - the i3-4130 CPU runs my design and rendering programs like a champion... better than my old i5.. and... (5) the warranty is 3 years (as are most new motherboards).. and... (6) if you pair this CPU with a great SSD your 64 bit operating system will boot in 6 seconds.. with mind-numbing speed on your programs. 5Nice, cheap processor I needed to put together a cheap secondary machine for software development, light gaming, and Office when my primary machine went out of commission (still troubleshooting it). Using it with an MSI Z87 motherboard and I'm very happy with the build. It's a shame that the Z87 platform is unlikely to be compatible with the upcoming "Broadwell" processor, but if I get the upgrade itch for this secondary machine, an i7-4771 and a good dGPU could turn this into a real screamer. 5This is an excellent processor for the money - especially if gotten on ... This is an excellent processor for the money - especially if gotten on sale like I did (for about $120). I bought this to go with an MSI Z87-G43 board and it was an excellent upgrade for the money from an old AMD X3 processor and board (especially for about $250 bucks all together). I have this paired with 8 GB of Corsair Vengeance 1600 RAM and a WD Black 1TB hard drive and this processor is very zippy. It seems to multi-task very well - especially for a dual core. This does have hyper-threading, basically each core acts kind of as 2 cores and can run 2 sets of instructions at once. If I have multiple windows open, everything runs smoothly and things load fast with it. Often I have Pandora internet radio open while I do other things and it just flies. It's not a K series I-5 or I-7 but it definitely holds its own and is more than fast enough for me- especially for what I use it for. I am not an extreme gamer and I mostly just listen to music and surf the web, or watch movies like from Amazon prime or Netflix. I don't use the onboard graphics- I do have a 7770 graphics card, so I can't judge the graphics on it. 5It's better than many of AMD"s offerings - even those with ... This Core i3 processor has respectable performance. It's better than many of AMD"s offerings - even those with many more cores. Power usage is quite low on this processor, which is part of why I purchased it. This very 4130 proudly serves my home file server/a spare "Steam Box" just fine, while sipping power.In terms of performance, I'd encourage you to read some benchmarks, but basically - if you're using this processor in place a high end Core i5/i7, such as a 4690/4790, this processor will literally cut your gaming performance in half. That's not to say this isn't quite capable, but it's definitely the weakest link in a higher-end system.Pros:Relatively cheapLow power consumptionThe robot that Intel uses on their product packaging is quite handsome.People will hear you own an Intel Core i3 processor and feel sorry for you, offering perhaps to pick up the next dinner or bar tab, so that you can some day better yourself with upgrading to a Core i5Cons:Not the fastest processor on the planet. This, in fact, is a fact. 5It does it all! I had my reservations on buying this processor over an i5 or an i7. However, I decided to give this new Haswell chip a chance. I must say that I am very pleased with its performance so far.I was able to install this CPU without any issues in an Asus Z87 Pro motherboard. I did install an aftermarket cooler, since my experience with OEM coolers has never been pleasant. We keep our home at around 70 degrees (21 celsius) and the CPU with the cooler idles at 82-86 degrees (28-30 celsius). I haven't yet measured the temps under load.My doubts with this i3 revolved around how well it would be for gaming. So, I installed Skyrim and modded it with some moderate graphical improvements, set it at Ultra at 1080p and loaded the game. All I can say is it is smooth! No stuttering, No lag, it plays wonderfully. I couldn't be happier.Netflix, Hulu+, Amazon Instant Video, etc all play without a hiccup. Compression software, Web browsers, Productivity apps are all snappy and smooth.If you are looking for a good mid range processor...This is it! Get it! You won't be disappointed.System Build:Intel i3 4130Asus Z87 ProEVGA GTX 760 SC 2gbCM Hyper 212 CPU cooler8gb Corsair Vengeance RAMCorsair CX600 PSUCM Elite 430 CaseWindows 8 5Great CPU for the price! Performs well in about every task! In 2003, my family bought a gaming PC with an Intel CPU. It was fast for the time but quickly became obsolete. It was VERY loud with its stock Intel fan and would put out enough heat to make a room many degrees above ambient even when just doing medium load work.In 2011, I got a laptop for college. With an Intel Core i5-2410m, it was alright for the time and could play most games up to 2007 (with quality adjustments for some). Though it still wasn't great for gaming; the integrated graphics just wasn't powerful enough to have any good experience.In 2014, I finally build my own computer. I had been planning it for ages but I finally did it in a spur of the moment type deal using PCPartpicker. Thus, it was pretty unplanned and I would have gotten different components and even waited so I could have used more money. But I am happy with this Intel Core i3-4130 3.4 GHz. It gives off next to no heat compared to my laptop and especially compared to my old desktop.Integrated graphics were VERY good and I was debating whether to just stay with integrated or buy a GPU. I eventually went with a GPU because it still couldn't run certain games. I put my old Nvidia GTS 250 in it and it was insane (goes to show you I've only used crappy computers through my life).Also, I had nightmares about fan noise (that's how loud my first desktop was). I played flying games on my old desktop and the stock cooler fan sounded like a jet engine so I always had to have my headphones with music or games playing to drown it out. Because of this, I was going to buy an after market fan but once I started it up, it was very quiet. I was surprised! Not only that, but the temperatures are very acceptable too.To finish, it's a great CPU even for moderate gamers! Just get a video card and you'll be set. 5Great price for the performance! All I can say is Wow! I am very impressed with this little processor, lower power consumption, low heat production, strong performance! I purchased this for a small HTPC Build that I could some casual gaming on, and I was little concerned about the performance of this, but I can actually play games like farcry3, max payne3, battlefield, etc. on med/high settings. So here is the rundown on the box:intel core i3 haswellNvidia geforce 650TI8 Gigs RamCorsair cx500 PSU128 gig samsung pro SSD for boot256 Gig Crucial c300 SSD for dataBlu-ray driveThe processor and the system in-general exceeded my expectations in terms of gaming performance, so if you are a budget gamer, or looking for a low-power, high-performance chip look no further. 5
Intel Core i3-4130 3.4 3 FCLGA 1150 Processor BX80646I34130

Intel Core i3-4130 3.4 3 FCLGA 1150 Processor BX80646I34130

4.5
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