For the rest, the two are the same: still low energy consumption and still with Turbo mode. To recap, Turbo mode allows you to increase the clock when not all of the processor's cores are being used, rather than putting other cores to the task. On the 760, the maximum clock is 3.33 GHz (3.20 GHz on the 750). This increase in clock is automatic and with no resetting or driver required.
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For a more detailed analysis of the Core i5 700 four-core series, we refer you to the detailed test of the Core i5 750. Lastly, don't forget you can compare processor performances at a glance performance index table.
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- Low energy consumption, especially in idle
- Very good gaming performance
- Four cores: practical for heavy applications
- Interesting Turbo feature
- No Hyper-threading
An excellent processor for gamers or those who want to step up to a four-core without overspending.