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Intel i5 Vs i7 for gaming and video editing

In this feature you will learn a bit more about the Intel i5 Vs i7 processor options for gaming. We have received a few requests for insight and news on what processor is best, especially from Product Reviews readers looking to purchase for their video editing software use or playing certain games.

To help offer a little insight to these consumers, we have a couple of videos that will offer the information you need. In terms of gaming, you can watch a video showcasing Crysis 3 within a Devil’s Canyon frame-rate test. The hardware running the game is a Core i7 4790K and Core i5 4670K compared with overclocking as well, although the video only lasts for around 5 minutes, you’ll certainly understand how both processors compare in this situation.


In a second video, you can get some tech analysis for Core i5 4670K Vs Core i7 again but this time with Battlefield 4. This video is a little shorter, but gives the same setup for frame-rate differences when using the different hardware.

You can see both of these video reviews below this article, also a third video that spends around 20 minutes trying to answer the question – I3 VS I5 VS I7 for gaming, which CPU is right for You? It has many more likes than dislikes, so this could help some of you wanting to learn more about the processors when it comes to gaming.

Finally, we have featured another video looking at the CPU’s for video editing and motion graphics. This particular video aims to explain the differences with the I3 included once again for apps such as Adobe Premiere and After Effects, which also includes results after a CPU comparison. If you had to pick, would you choose Intel’s i5 or i7 for PC gaming and video editing? Take a look at the video insight and leave a comment with your opinion.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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