Intel Core i5-2405S Review

CineBench and Crysis

Intel Core i5-2405S Review

CineBench

CineBench is in the odd position of highlighting both the good and bad sides of the i5-2405S. In the CPU test it's not quick. At all. When it comes to the OpenGL test it's not quite as bad, but clearly there is only so much that the GPU can overcome.

Crysis Warhead

Nicely following our 3D Mark testing, Crysis Warhead shows that the Core i5-2405S can power our GTX570 along with enough oomph to maintain a perfectly good frame-rate. 60 FPS is more than plenty for anyone's needs. 

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31-08-2011, 06:02:33

tinytomlogan
The latest in a long line of SandyBridge processors is the low power Core i5-2405S. We put it to the test.



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31-08-2011, 06:17:02

SieB
Seems pretty pointless to release this when it offers nothing but a lower TDP and who would buy this when you can get the 2500k for the same money which you can also overclock

Even if you don't go for the 2500k the non K 2500 is still cheaper and faster than the 2405S.Quote

31-08-2011, 07:24:06

sheroo
There's also the i5 2500T as well which is only 45W, but that's even more expensive than the 2500K.Quote
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