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Intel plans new Core i3, i5 and i7 processors

Written by IT News on 8:07 AM

i7 processorsIntel is preparing the launch of the new mainstream processors, most of which are based on the holding of the next generation of Lynnfield core. The new CPU models are designed for the company LGA 1156 socket, which means that motherboard makers have been busy for them, trying to increase its market share to new signs. In this respect, it seems that we now more complete picture of what has come from Santa Clara, California-based chip maker.

According to a recent news article on space on the site HKEPC, chip maker in the first round of the LGA 1156-compatible processors include three models, quad-core Core i5 750, Core i7 860 and Core i7 870. Core i7 models are designed for high-end systems and boasts speeds of 2.8GHz and 2.93GHz respectively, and an integrated dual-channel DDR3-1333 memory controller, 8 MB L3 cache and a TDP of 95W. Core i7 models support Hyper-Threading technology (ie, support for multi-threaded applications), while the smaller and cheaper Core i5 is the clock at 2.66 and will not Hyper-Threading function.

Later, during the first quarter of 2010, the company has claimed to promote energy-efficient models (at 82W TDP) of the above i5 Core 750 and Core i7 860, with prices said to begin at U.S. $259 and U.S. $337, respectively.

If the company 32nm layout, Intel seems to be the first 32nm LGA 1156-based processors in Q1 2010, making them available in six variants, all of which will be dual-core processors with DirectX 10 integrated graphics processor, DDR3 - 1333 memory controller and TDP on 73W. The six are part of the i3 Core and Core i5 series with two models in the Core i3 family, three in Core i5 series and one in the Pentium family.

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