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Intel Pentium G4560 3.5GHz Dual-Core Processor

( 4.9 Average / 15 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Intel

Part #

BX80677G4560

Data Width

64-bit

Socket

LGA1151

Operating Frequency

3.5GHz

Cores

2

L1 Cache

2 x 32KB Instruction
2 x 32KB Data

L2 Cache

2 x 256KB

L3 Cache

1 x 3MB

Lithography

14 nm

Thermal Design Power

54 Watts

Includes CPU Cooler

Yes

Hyper-Threading

Yes

Maximum Supported Memory

64GB

Integrated Graphics

Intel HD Graphics 610

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Reviews

Scuttles 66 points 1 month ago
from completed build $520 Mini-ITX Kaby Lake Build

Great duel core CPU with hyperthreading. It's been running my PC just fine for the past few days.

Would recommend.

aprofile 17 points 1 month ago
from completed build My finished build

Awesome CPU for the money. Good for most 1080p gaming and only £50!

Trickster5596 13 points 1 month ago
from completed build Luka (Stock Trading PC for Dad)

Two cores and four threads. Performs within 10% of an i3-7100, but costs 50% less.

Dova-Pug 8 points 1 month ago
from completed build Pentium build for Parents

Great value cpu that can handle gaming and chews through everyday tasks

oaoleley 25 points 29 days ago
from completed build Raw Cashew Nuts

Intel disappointed PC builders yet again with their Kaby Lake generation. Their monopoly over the market stagnated CPU development while maintaining prices unjustifiably high. Intel did, however, do something incredibly weird to their Kaby Lake Pentium line up. When I watched in disbelief that Intel had a strange flash of generosity to gift budget builders a 2 core/4 thread Pentium G4560 at around $60 with virtually identical performance to i3's, I knew I had to jump on it as soon as I could.

This CPU lived up to the hype. It keeps up with every basic Windows tasks effortlessly. I've yet to install open world online multiplayer games like BF1 to see how this CPU keeps up, but Bioshock Infinite and Doom on 1080p and Ultra settings are easily running at 100+ fps.

The G4560 proves that Intel can be less greedy when it wants to. The G4560 is basically an i3 but at $50-$110 less. This CPU made not only the entire i3 line up obsolete but also made the $120 gap to the i5's difficult to justify for budget gamers. With the release of AMD's Ryzen R5 and R3 CPUs later this year, I expect the i3's and i5's to become even more obsolete if Intel doesn't do some major price cuts.

Esamenoi 9 points 27 days ago

This thing is almost a steal at this price:performance ratio. Very quick so far and runs real cool. However the actual stock cooler is really quite loud, certainly compared with the GPU, PSU and 2 case fans. ( Plus the case fans were included in the case which was only £24!!) So I might look at swapping that out. It's not actually "bad" just obviously loud. Losing a star for the fan.

zhivotnoya 7 points 24 days ago
from completed build The needed upgrade

Good Kaby Lake class processor for the money. Allowed me to get my proverbial foot in the door on an upgrade, without breaking the bank. Paired with a Z170 Pro4s from AsRock. Not only will I save on the electric bill with this processor's 54W TDP over my old Core2 Quad's 95W, but at $60, this processor allows me room to expand my system to the maximum CPU my motherboard supports--Core i7-7700K. Nice!

atadams44 17 points 22 days ago
from completed build Budget-ish Gaming Build

Excellent budget CPU. Have not run into a bottleneck yet. The included stock cooler is sufficient.

LAWISON 5 points 21 days ago
from completed build Budget PC (soon to be gaming)

Amazing for the money. I don't have a GPU yet and I can still play most games as 30fps+ Sims 4 = 1080p Low-Med preset. NFS MW = Max COD MW1 = 1080p (ish) High (mostly) WoT = 1080p Low preset DayZ = 1080p Med Minecraft = Max

Dugga411@hotmail.com 1 point 19 days ago
from completed build FTTN1 ($600 dollar budget)

Good CPU just hate that it is 2 core and not one or two more then it would be perfect.