Intel’s new Pentium G3560 , affordable solution for users who want a upgrade soon.

We have seen a fresh new lineup of Intel’s new KabyLake processors recently at the CES 2017 costing more than a 100 dollars which is for me atleast a bit ridiculous to what they actually offer compared to their predecessor SkyLake .We have also got to see a new variant  , the Intel Pentium G4560 which we consider minding as they are less 100 dollars and offer great performance within their reign which will be defined as the post goes .

Going through the specifications.

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It is a dual core chip with four threads and Intel has implemented the Hyper-Threading technology for the first time in the series of Pentiums , clocked at 3.50 Ghz with no boost or turbo clocks , this chip is having a L3 cache of 3MB and consumes 54W of power.The G4560 also has the latest HD Graphics 610 clocked at 1150Mhz and will cost you around 64USD.

The G4560 is accompanied by other twp CPUs in their range , the G4600 and the G4620 which are slightly faster than the G4560 in terms of clocks and have HD Graphics 630 chips costing around 75USD for G4600 and 86USD for G4620 , performance wise these processors are close to each other but the G4560 has a performance which you’d really like to see:

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Intels 7th Gen KabyLake lineup:

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 Intel Pentium G4560’s performance benchmarks compared to FX 6300 , i3-6100 Skylake and i5-2500k SandyBridge:

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Summary :

Application wise performance (Windows):

  1. 16% faster than $89 FX 6300
  2. 21% faster than $60 Pentium G4400
  3. 23% faster than $149 A10-7890K.

Gaming performance (1080p):

  1. 16%  faster than $89 FX 6300
  2. 26% faster than $60 Pentium G4400
  3. 26% faster than $149 A10-7890K.

 G4560’s Multi-GPU and MultiTasking performance:

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G4560’s power consumption and temperatures :

Power:

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Temperatures:

Conclusion:

Intel’s Pentium G4560 is definitely a budget killer chip targeted for budget builder who want to harness performance keeping their pocket tight.

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