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Difference between Intel Core i3,Core i5,Core i7?

Difference between Intel Core i3,Core i5,Core i7?

Want to know which processor  is perfect for your CPU.According to your needs.

Here we will show you the difference between the three processors of Intel

Every Year Intel launches a new core which is faster in performance compare to past cores.

So first of all you should know about the architecture of the processor. The Intel Core microarchitecture (previously known as the Next-Generation Micro-Architecture) . The first processors that used this architecture were code named Merom, Conroe and  Woodcrest Usually  Core i3/i5/i7 do not actually use the Core microarchitecture and are based on the Enhanced Pentium M and newer Nehalem,Sandy Bridge,Haswell,Skylake microarchitectures, respectively.


Model Core i3 Core i5 Core i7
K model No Yes Yes
Hyper-threading Yes No Yes
Number of cores 2 4 4
Turbo boost No Yes Yes




You can use BIOS settings to up the clock speed of the chip, over clocking it yourself.K means that it the CPU unlocked.




Intel uses this technology to create dual cores logically in each physical core.It means your Core has double number of cores than it really does.Hyper threading uses to have a multiple cores for multi tasking.It doesn’t look fast as fast as the original core but it improves a little bit performance.


Number of Cores


Every intel Core processors have multiple cores It means that each core has individual working function so that multitasking can be done easily.More cores useful for multi tasking.Core i3 processor has two cores,Core i5 processor has 4 cores,Core i7 models also have four.  Some Core i7 Extreme processors have six or eight cores.


Turbo boost


Turbo Boost is Intel’s technology for automatically overclocking a processor, boosting its clock speed higher than the default setting.

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