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Old 19th October 2009, 11:23   #1
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Default Intel Core i5 750

Code name for Core i5 is Lynnfield and it is made in 45nm manufacturing process. Core i5 does not support Hyper Threading, which means that Task Manager in Windows will show real number of cores present in CPU. Most users won’t notice any significant difference in performance levels compared to similar CPUs with Hyper Threading. Good news is that this CPU has integrated memory and PCIe controller, which will provide great performance levels…


Lack of support for Intel Hyper Threading didn’t have significant impact of performance levels, except in synthetic benchmarks. Compared to Core i7 920, which has HT and one memory channel more, only real difference can be seen in rendering applications.

http://www.insidehw.com/Reviews/CPU/...re-i5-750.html
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