What is The Main Difference Between Core i3, Core i5 And Core i7

Today there are three laptops that are mostly used, Corei3, Corei5 And Corei7. The terms are different from each other, today I’m going to tell you about this very important information. You already know that the Intel is a world famous company that makes all kinds of processors for desktop computers and laptops.Intel Core i3, Core i5 And Core i7

Core i3

intel 13

1- This is an Entry level processor.
2- There are two to four Cores in this.
3- For increasing its speed Hyper- Threading is used.
4- Three to four MB Cache is used.
5- Very rare of low energy and heat for silicon 32 nanometers is used.

Core i5intel 15

1- This is a Mid Range processor.
2- There are two to four Cores in this.
3- Turbo Mode is used in this processor.
4- For increasing its speed Hyper- Threading is used.
5- Three to eight MB Cache is used.
6- Very rare of low energy and heat for silicon 32 to 45 nanometers is used.

Core i7intel 17

1- This is a High End processor.
2- There are two to four Cores in this.
3- Turbo Mode is used in this processor.
4- For increasing its speed Hyper- Threading is used.
5- Four to eight MB Cache is used.
6- Very rare of low energy and heat for silicon 32 to 45 nano meters is used.

Muhammad Farooq

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2 Responses

  1. Tariq Mahmood says:

    Sir,
    Thank you so much for informative article. I would really appreciate if you could let us know the major difference between Core i3 4th gen and Core i5 4th gen desktops. Which one should buy? The following software and application will be run on the desktops:

    1. Intranet Web based applications
    2. MS Office
    3. IBM Notes for communication

    Kind Regards.

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