Intel Core i5-2310
Released May, 2011
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
- 95W max TDP
- Intel HD Graphics 2000
- Intel Virtualization Technology
- Idle States
- Enhanced Speedstep
User Reviews (4)
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.
Noticeable efficiency and performance improvements as compared to an equivalent 45nm chip.
Intel Virtualization Technology offers decent professional use as well as home.
Very well priced for the performance and features.
Locked multiplier really limits overclocking performance.
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