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Intel Core i5-2310


$177.00 Released May, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Intel HD Graphics 2000 offer integrated 3D playback support--ideal for modern HTPC builds. Intel Turbo Boost technology ensures smoother performance, automatically overclocks as needed. Relatively low power draw--32nm 95W max TDP.

The Cons:Locked multiplier really limits overclocking performance.

The Intel Core i5-2310 is a quad core processor from Intel's Sandy Bridge second generation Core i series processors. It has a stock clock speed of 2.9GHz; the Intel Turbo Boost function can push the clock speed up to 3.2GHz temporarily.

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Other specifications include a 6MB smart cache, 95W max TDP, and on-die integrated graphics. The Intel HD Graphics 2000 chip is capable of handling media contents such as 3D videos, full HD videos, and dual display. The i5-2310 features virtualization technology, idle states low power feature, Intel speedstep, fast memory access, and AES instructions. The Intel Core i5-2310 quad core processor is a good option for buyers looking for a high performance processor with integrated graphics.  

Features / Specifications

  • Quad core
  • LGA1155 Socket
  • 2.9GHz Stock Frequency
  • 3.2GHz Turbo boost 
  • 6MB smart cache
  • 32nm
  • 95W max TDP
  • Intel HD Graphics 2000
  • Intel Virtualization Technology
  • Idle States
  • Enhanced Speedstep

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    Intel HD Graphics 2000 offer integrated 3D playback support--ideal for modern HTPC builds.

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    Intel Turbo Boost technology ensures smoother performance, automatically overclocks as needed.

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    relatively low power draw--32nm 95W max TDP.

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    Noticeable efficiency and performance improvements as compared to an equivalent 45nm chip.

  • 1

    Intel Virtualization Technology offers decent professional use as well as home.

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    Very well priced for the performance and features.

Cons
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    Locked multiplier really limits overclocking performance.

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