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Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor

( 4.7 Average / 72 Ratings )





Core i5-4460

Part #


Data Width




Operating Frequency


Max Turbo Frequency




L1 Cache

4 x 32KB Instruction
4 x 32KB Data

L2 Cache

4 x 256KB

L3 Cache

1 x 6MB


22 nm

Thermal Design Power

84 Watts

Includes CPU Cooler




Integrated Graphics

Intel HD Graphics 4600

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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build Upgraded Dell Inspiron i3847

Great bang for the buck. Nothing I do really taxes the processor and intel Quick Sync is great. I wish I'd had the money for an i7 or unlocked i5, but at $265 for the whole system, I'm not complaining.

from completed build Black ITX Gaming Build

Overall very happy with this CPU and am glad I saved the $70CAD over the 4670K. Games like a boss.

from completed build First Intel Build

Good. Cheap and powerfull.

from completed build First personal build

Pros: Good 4 the price, awesome performance, low power consumption, 4 cores are excellent 4 multitasking, cute sticker (:3)

Cons: Non OC-able, no hyperthreading

from completed build Project Hexahedron

Straight forward installation combined with great bang for your buck. IMO, you do not need a fancy-schmancy K-series processor for over-clocking when stock clocks will handle anything you throw at it with respectable/decent frame-rates. Temperatures under stress testes (with stock heatsink/fan) maxed out at 74 degrees Celsius (in a cramped mini-ITX case with a spaghetti noodle job on cable management).

from completed build Redstone 1.0 - First Build

A solid quad-core CPU without overclocking.


I needed i5 for the games I wanted to play, so I choose this. The main reason I picked the i5-4460 is because of the 0.2 GHz over the i5-4430 for just $10 more.

Wanted an intel processor, and this one does the trick. Didn't hurt my wallet either.

from completed build Ace - my first build ever.

Serves me well.

Cheapest i5 CPU I could find at the time. Not ran any high spec games yet, but it certainly does everything else without breaking a sweat so far. Couldn't ask for any more.