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Old 21st December, 2010, 08:40 PM
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Intel Core i5 Processor Series

From IXBT Labs:

Our previous review was dedicated to the Core i7-800 LGA1156 series. The conclusion was that those solutions, as well as the Core i7-900 LGA1366 series, can offer enough computing power for most tasks you may need accomplished. At least four cores and eight threads, clock rates over 3GHz in most cases, at least 8MB of L3 cache — everything the industry has to offer to the mainstream segment. But there was also a downside: the price of about $300 and more.

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Old 22nd December, 2010, 11:47 PM
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Thanks Gizmo, most interesting!
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I run the i7 and I must say, they are awesome CPUs! I've got a ton of ram though (12Gb).
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