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Difference between Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7
By  Super Admin  | Published  01/16/2010 | Hardware | Rating:
Difference between Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7

Intel will stop selling Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad in 2010. Core is the new range of Intel processors.

Core i3:
* Entry level processor.
* 2-4 Cores
* 4 Threads
* Hyper-Threading (efficient use of processor resources)
* 3-4 MB Catche
* 32 nm Silicon (less heat and energy)

Core i5:
* Mid range processor.
* 2-4 Cores
* 4 Threads
* Turbo Mode (turn off core if not used)
* Hyper-Threading (efficient use of processor resources)
* 3-8 MB Catche
* 32-45 nm Silicon (less heat and energy)


Core i7:
* High end processor.
* 4 Cores
* 8 Threads
* Turbo Mode (turn off core if not used)
* Hyper-Threading (efficient use of processor resources)
* 4-8 MB Catche
* 32-45 nm Silicon (less heat and energy)

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    easy to understand and better to read.
     
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    good. Easy to understand
     
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    good
     
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    graphical comparison would be better
     
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    cheers
     
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    weldone
     
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    brief, but concise.
     
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    good
     
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    Simple To Understand
     
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    simple and to the point
     
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    in intell DL55 mother board is not good. iam faceing problem in 3 monthes
     
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    this article doesnt explain anything especially to the every day computer user who may not know all these technical terms.
     
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    so what is exactly the difference??!
     
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    Excelent work done
     
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    good
     
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    to the point and down to earth for the average person. Well done
     
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    Good & may include used product like laptop desktop and server
     
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    Nice and easy to understand.
     
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    I was unable to understand from other site the real difference. This article gives a simpler version of difference and better understanding.
     
  • Comment #22 (Posted by Venkatesan)
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    Excellent answer..
     
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    need more info
     
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    ya nice description....!!!!!!!!
     
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    easy to read difficult to understand
     
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    Doesn't really mention buss speed, memory options (DDR-2, DDR-3) or cpu choices and what applications best used for.
     
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    Not enough technical information found.
     
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    excellent
     
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    great:)
     
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    best man very easily explained every thing.
     
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    just spewing off a few specs hardly counts as an article. Would be nice to have a little explanation of the pros / cons of each processor.
     
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    Thanks...
     
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    best for gaming
     
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    simple to understand.
     
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    Great Job
     
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    Good article.. It solves issues in a simple way..
     
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    No more information
     
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    not very informative. mention more about the relative speeds of the processors
     
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    well said
     
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    SIMPLE TO UNDERSTAND. THANKS FOR THE INFORMATION
     
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    good comparision
     
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    good job
     
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    good comparision
     
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    ok
     
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    i think it is good answer.BUT i don"t know technical words.what is your advise?how can i learn?ELIBEY ELILI.BAKU.AZERBAIJAN
     
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    but i think it is too short
     
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    Good
     
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    easy to understan
     
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    super
     
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    they are just born i got i5 inspiron for every thing go to dell it takes time to weight on phone .
     
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    the info. is some what wrong , i3 dose't supports turbo boost ( http://www.intel.com/consumer/products/processors/corei3-specs.htm ) you need to explain that i3 is having integration of graphics on single die this is not to hurt you, but to spread right info. to everyone
     
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    Very Clear
     
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    i think its a good answer core i5 is the best
     
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    yes it is give imp diff
     
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    it's ok
     
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    super
     
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    Thank you. Finally someone who just posts the specs instead of trying to sell us a particular kind.
     
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    ok,its well organised gives good information but for people who are daily computer users it does not make any sence
     
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    I have rated this this article 5 because it specify us the difference of core i3,5,7 in a very simple and understanding language. so this helps a person to sellect the product according to their need and capabality to buy. Thank you, Roshan vakil
     
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    Thank You very much for such simple and nice explenation
     
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    just what I needed!
     
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    short and to te point
     
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    nice )
     
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    good thx
     
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    A brief,complete and accurate answer to my question
     
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    thanks
     
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    simple and to the point
     
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    Tersely written and to the point.
     
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    because of bad presentation
     
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    it would be better if given with further information
     
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    does'nt tell anything
     
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    did not explain what each of these words mean - cores? threads?
     
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    usefull
     
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    Good informtation, graphical comparison, good that its all grouped, what about clock rates?
     
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    Like the way u tell the difference...very easy to understand.
     
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    Informative.
     
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    not technical
     
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    clear difference,.
     
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    i m satisfy this answer........
     
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    got an idea of Core (i3,i5)
     
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    Nice description as compaired to other sites...
     
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    details and information are given that are satisfied enough for the researcher,,
     
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    extremely simple and best way to explain the difference !! not much of writing !!
     
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    simple and understanding language EXCELLENT
     
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    good to C the diff, but i need more details
     
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    Good , but not explained very well.
     
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    sipmply the best...
     
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    Easy to understand, but you could write a little more.
     
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    Simple, direct and valuable information.
     
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    this is not full information that i want
     
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