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|Series||Core i3 2nd Gen|
|Core Name||Sandy Bridge|
|Integrated Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 2000|
|CPU Clock Rate||3100 MHz|
|CPU Turbo Clock Rate||-|
|CPU Cooler included|
|Manufacturing Process||32 nm|
|Cache L3||3 MB|
Despite the lack of Turbo Boost, the i3-2100 was able to hold its own in many of our benchmarks, giving CPUs such as the LGA1366 Core i7-950 and quad-core Core i5-2400 something to think about. Most inspiring of all was its speed in games and image...
A brand-new core design enables the chips to do more at a given clock speed than their predecessors. The humble Core i3-2120 runs at a slightly slower 3.3GHz frequency than the mid-range i5-660 from Intel's older 1156 platform, but it achieved higher...
All Pages Page 1 of 15Intel started 2011 off with the official introduction to their highly anticipated Sandy Bridge processors. We had the chance to take a look at their mid-range i5-2500k and we loved it. The i5-2500k isn’t perfect for everyone,...