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Intel Core i3-4370 Haswell Dual-Core 3.8GHz LGA 1150 54W BX80646I34370 Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 4600

  • 22nm Haswell 54W
  • 4MB L3 Cache
  • 2 x 256KB L2 Cache
  • Intel HD Graphics 4600
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/14/2015 11:44:42 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExtreme dual core

Pros: This CPU is incredible. I never thought a dual core could throw down like this thing can! I am primarily gaming with this build, at 1080. I have it on a basic Asus mobo, with 8GB of Corsair Vengeance. I paired it with a Sapphire 7770 Vapor-X, and I put the CPU on a water cooler. excessive, I know. but this system can rip at full throttle, pushing 70 fps or higher at full HD, and doing so about silently. CPU never goes about 55 Celsius, even at 100 percent burn, GPU never goes about 45. I have it with an ssd, so this thing absolutely rips!

Cons: none

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  • Luis K.
  • 2/16/2015 6:50:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLittle Gaming Monster

Pros: Can game as well as an i5
54W tdp

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I bought this and paired it with an MSI GTX 960. The system is fast as can be and it tuns all my games maxed out very well at 1080p. You dont need an i5 to game, anyone who tells you this clearly hasnt gamed on an i3 like this one. Im running Evolve with maxed out graphics at 1080p puling an average of 55 fps. This little processor can game!

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  • Alan R.
  • 12/12/2014 11:06:19 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBudget mid range gaming PC King

Pros: Haswell goodness in a very affordable range
socket support still strong

Cons: whiny stock cooler fan.(might just be bad luck on my unit)
cools just fine, but annoying noise

underrated by the ignorant because only 2 physical cores

Other Thoughts: I've always been a budget conscious game PC builder and never felt like the extra money my friends would often spend on builds added that much more to the gaming experience.
Because of that I have bought AMD chips exclusively since 2004. However I am now an Intel convert. This CPU seems tailor made for my needs.

It's very underrated in gaming PC circles.
I replaced a gamer favorite AMD FX-6300 with this little guy and I have seen only improvements in almost everything I do on my PC. Especially older DX9 games and less optimized indie/early access games. I was getting so fed up with so few applications using all the cores on the FX.

I would encourage the enthusiast gamers on a budget who aren't concerned with overclocking seriously give this guy a look over the FX chips. For the price this CPU is hard to beat.

For the record, very few FX chips rate higher on CPU Boss than even the i3-4360 as they don't even list the 4370 yet.

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  • Mike M.
  • 12/9/2014 9:38:16 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsFAST dual core - but HOT!

Pros: Fastest dual core CPU money can buy. 2nd Fastest stock clock speed of any Intel Chip (besides the 4790k)

Great price per performance ratio and performance per watt ratio for those on a budget

Great CPU for highly intensive, single threaded tasks
(e.g Emulation)

Cons: HEAT!!! - (which is a known problem with Haswell CPUs at this point). This thing was putting out enough heat to boil water at full load before I replaced the puny stock heatsink with an aftermarket cooler. Since replacing the heatsink - it still runs hot but never goes over 80*C at full load now.

Other Thoughts: Man - for a 55w CPU this thing sure does run hot. I had to replace the stock cooler with an aftermarket cooler to get the thing down to reasonable temps under load (even though they are still quite high). For comparison - my 2600K at 4.5 GHz runs at 75*c at full load. This CPU at 3.8 GHz was running at 100*c before I stopped the stress test.

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  • John Y.
  • 11/25/2014 12:33:26 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFast and Efficient

Pros: This processor with its stock cooling fan runs quiet, cool, and fast. Its overkill for everyday tasks, but has exceeded my expectations in games. BF4 gameplay quality has increased significantly coming from an i3 2100 @ 3.1 GHZ.

Cons: When you consider a 4-core intel processor is only a few more dollars, one might argue the price is a little high.

Other Thoughts: I bought this dual-core cpu because I was happy with the performance of my sandy bridge i3, but needed to replace my motherboard. I was torn between a lower end i5 and this, because Im a gamer. I am thrilled with the gaming performance of this cpu and am glad I didn't spend any more money than I needed.

System specs:
i3 4370
msi h97 guard-pro
8 gigs ram @1600mhz
r9 270x 4gb
1TB hdd sata 3 7200rpm

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  • Valerie L.
  • 9/7/2014 10:29:05 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFlawless for everyday tasks, but an odd duck.

Pros: As of this writing, the 4370 is the highest performance i3 available. This chip performs absolutely flawlessly and instantaneously for everyday tasks, oftentimes with better response times than some i5 chips. As someone who browses the web, watches HD video and listens to music, the i3-4370 is more than powerful for my needs. The fourth thread is often idling at 0%, meaning there's plenty of power left over if I needed it. I can't imagine noticing an improvement in these tasks with an i5 or i7.

The stock CPU cooler is excellent. Initially I was wary of a stock cooler on a 3.8GHz chip. Depending on conditions outside the case, it idles anywhere from 79-90 degrees Fahrenheit. Even when benchmarking, I don't think I've seen it exceed 145 degrees Fahrenheit, and only momentarily.

Cons: None that I can think of, other than the peculiar placement of the i3 among Intel's product line. For "just" thirty dollars more, you could buy an i5 with four cores. It'd be a more powerful chip, but probably not as zippy.

Also, it's a shame Intel doesn't sell a "K" variant of this chip, with an unlocked multiplier. Based on what I've seen from the stock CPU cooler, this chip could easily maintain a high overclock with little modifications. That'd be fun.

Other Thoughts: 1) I'm not so sure why the i3 line exists. Most people who buy a CPU like this for a strict HTPC or for "grandma" or "the parents" could get by spending roughly half as much for a Pentium, with likely no noticeable difference in performance of basic tasks. People who need more performance would go quad-core anyway, placing them in the market for a pricier i5 or i7. Don't get me wrong--the i3-4370 is an excellent, fast-as-hell chip for everyday tasks, but man, is it a middle child.

2) Someone here suggested disabling cores or whatever to maximize energy efficiency. I can't imagine that being based on good science. This is a maximum 54W TDP chip at nearly $160. If you want to save power, buy a "T" variant of the i3-4130/4330, or a Celeron or something. Those run at 35W tops, cost a fraction of the price of this chip, and you get to keep the performance benefits of both cores. Lobotomizing this chip will just make the other core work harder, increasing power consumption anyway.

3) While single-threaded performance is comparable to even the high-end i7 chips, this is no replacement for someone who truly needs more than two cores and four threads. In general Windows environments, web browsing, and stuff like that, even this chip is total overkill. For intense gaming, video compression, basically anything serious, look at the i5/i7 lines.

4) If you're a casual computer user looking for a boost in performance, don't buy a new CPU unless you already own an SSD as the boot volume. It's incredible how SSDs impact performance. An i3 with an SSD will be faster for general Windows tasks than an i7 with a disk drive.

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  • Russell M.
  • 8/31/2014 2:03:35 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: It's a "good enough processor".
The stock cooler is very quiet. I returned the after market silent cooler I anticipated using.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I purchased this to use in an UnRAID server. I do not intend to use it to do on the fly video transcoding. I have never reached 100% CPU utilization on a single core while using UnRAID.

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  • Walter C.
  • 8/29/2014 3:41:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsHighest frequency speed available for Core i3...

Pros: Highest frequency speed available by Intel after the Core i7-4790K. Best Intel processor available if you need to disable one core and cut power consumption by up to 50%. 3.8 GHz plus hyper-threading in one solo-core has identical performance speed with the Celeron G1820 2.7GHz dual-core from my benchmark test, but the Celeron G1820 uses double-amount of electricity than the Core i3-4370 with one-core disabled..

Cons: Price. Intel should release a new lineup called Core i1 with one core disabled from the Core i3.

Other Thoughts: This one was part of the Haswell Refresh Part 2, and this will be the highest frequency available for the Core i3 until Broadwell is released. I don't use it for dual-core or anything fancy, but only use it as a low-power solo-core processor that never gets over 27W TDP. Excellent performance speed even with one core disabled. Great for bit-coin mining, 24/7 use, schools, and etc.

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