The Core i5 images were exposed

Core i5 images were exposed

Intel reveals more details about the Core i5 processors and shows a glimpse into the future for a smaller production process for its processors.

The Core i5 Series is the replacement of the Core 2 Duo series and the current Core 2 Quad series. The processors in the new series will use the Lynnfield core and a new 1156 pin socket, which means there will of course be no compatibility with the Core i7 processors that use 1366 pins and is intended for performance enthusiasts.

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Intel is talking about the first three models, all of which will be quadruple, and have a third-party cache size (L3) of 8. The processors will contain a built-in memory controller in the processor that supports dual-channel configuration with DDR3 memory, at 1066 MHz or 1333 MHz. The weakest model in the series will display a clock frequency of 2.66 GHz, above which are the other two models with clock frequencies of 2.8 GHz and 2.93 GHz.

The three models will support Hyper Threading technology that simulates one logical core on each physical core, bringing us to a total of 8 cores. The processors will support a relatively new technology, which we first discovered in the Nehalem architecture, the Turbo Boost technology, which will increase the core frequency (single) in models up to 3.2 GHz, 3.4 GHz and 3.6 GHz respectively .

The exposed processor
(source: techPowerUp)

The Core i5 series, which will be produced in a 45 nanometer lithograph and will benefit from a heat envelope (TDP) of 95 watts, designs To display in October (after it had previously postponed its release), when, unexpectedly, images of processors with a production process of 32 nm have the same architecture as the Core i5 and Core i7 series.

The exposed processor uses the core of Clarkdale, which presents the Nehalem architecture with a smaller, refreshing refinement: from the addition of an SSE instruction set (which offers improvement in the various multimedia applications), improved data security, and increased power consumption and heat emission.

The processor exposed on the network comes in a clock frequency of 2.4 GHz, 4 megabytes of third level cache (L3), and has a graphical core built into the processor itself. Besides this initial exposure, Programmers to display the processors only after the launch of the series - i5, which means that processors with a new production process will only be released next year.

But let's talk about the relevant to us, and this is the three models that will be unveiled towards the end of the year. Prices of the three models i5 will be about 200, 280 and 560 for the leading model.


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  1. Not understand what's going on in Intel?!?!
    Anyone who wants to replace a processor will have to replace a board every time
    What the hell do they think there is no recession in the world?

    What does the I5 give us compared to the I7?
    Is he less good?

  2. 560 dollars? Who are they working on?
    Simply exorbitant price! The horror of what goes on there, as if there is no recession, plus they are taking out a new resident… just disgust and greed.

  3. Intel
    They take advantage of the average user who wants to upgrade a processor
    Instead of persuading it to replace a processor in the future they just suppress it luckily I have core i7 they are just backwards

  4. Intel is disappointing
    Maybe those who bought Q6600 (in the past) and I7 actually didn't spend the money anyway because it would be the strongest thing for another year… ..

    On the other hand, AMD is already releasing the Phnom 2 955 BE which competes very well with the popular Q9550 today I hope they speed up…. Already tired of taking out flagships with fake FUTUREFPROOF when there is no reason to do so

  5. Between i5 and i7
    If I follow correctly, i5 is less quality than i7, at least according to the phrase "There will be no compatibility with the Core i7 processors that use 1366 pins, and are designed for performance enthusiasts among us."

  6. Maybe a headline like: Don't Run and Buy
    The i7 processor
    Because of the impending i5, it was more correct.

    We are all Intel prisoners

  7. Intel thieves
    I have a Phnom 2 710 three cores I bought it at 150 $ 100 CPU. A crazy overclock owner. It's a shame to spend so much money in slow.

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